Wednesday, May 26, 2010

DentLight Nano Undergoing Clinical Testing

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For the next few weeks, I'll be using and evaluating the DentLight Nano LED light. It is a high powered LED that can be mounted to your operating telescopes or to a headband.

For regular readers, you know how passionate I am about LED's in general. It is a light emitting diode world and they are only getting better and more plentiful. The time will come in the not too distant future when the incandescent bulb goes the way of the 8-Track tape.

The Nano is incredibly light and incredibly bright. That's a combination that makes it intriguing to say the least. It also comes with 2 battery packs that are slim and light, but can power the light for an entire day.

While not as bright as my Orascoptic Zeon Discovery, I'm looking forward to putting it through it's paces and see how it works for me. The stats for the device are listed below.

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1 comment:

  1. I was about to purchase the Discovery today when i came upon your blog. I was wondering if you could let me know what your impressions are of the nano even though you haven't finished testing it yet. Is it a light that i should perhaps consider buying instead of the discovery?

    thank you,