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Recently, my family and I were able to take a short trip to South Padre Island. We are not able to go to the coast very often, so it was nice to be able to get away. Once we arrived, it was just as we expected; plenty of sun, beach, waves and food. And other than simply playing in the ocean and making sand castles, we enjoy chasing sand crabs once the sun goes down. This typically works best with bright headlights to watch them crawl across the sand.
Tools to Catch Sand Crabs
Normally, our tools to catch sand crabs include a bucket, plastic beach shovel, and either a flashlight or cellphone (for light). This year, we were able to step up our game with an Energizer Headlight. These beam headlights are great for hands free action on the go. When you walk the beach at night, you can find some pretty interesting things in the sand. The Energizer night headlight allowed me to have more light than a normal flashlight, and it gave me the ability to use both hands.
I found the Energizer Headlight in the flashlight section at my neighborhood Walmart. I liked the Energizer Trailfinder LED Headlight because it provided a compact design. This was perfect for catching sand crabs. Plus, it offered a great, versatile light to wear on my head. The night headlight has one LED spot light, but also supplies me with 2 bright Nichia LED’s in the flood light mode.
The spot light mode on the headlights have about 11 hours of run time. When using the flood light mode you can actually get more from the Energizer charging lithium batteries. In fact, it has about 50 hours of run time. The Energizer Trailfinder Headlight runs on 3 AAA, long-lasting, Energizer Max alkaline batteries. These lithium batteries offer the max performance for the bright headlights.
No one was injured in this sand crab adventure. They may have been a little scared but no one was got hurt. The Energizer headlights were able to #lightmyway and we all avoided any mishaps… even the crabs.