Lampcraft GigLight Max

Lampcraft Giglight Max

With a creatively compact design, the Lampcraft Giglight Max is a solid performer which folds to about the size of a paperback book for transportation and storage. The arm provides a wide range of positions for the light. Its most interesting feature are the two LEDs which can be pivoted to adjust the beam from a single narrow page to three pages of music. We found that the LEDs were surprisingly well-shielded from the audience. The single clip pushed music forward slightly and was relatively stable. One switch chooses between USB power or AA batteries, while another adjusts the warning light threshold between alkaline and NiMH batteries. The red warning light, which indicates a failing battery, was easy to see in our testing. Although not a rechargeable light, the manufacturer does recommend using NiMH AA batteries with a separate charger and sells several such bundles. The light we tested did not come with an external power supply, but any off-the-shelf power supply with a USB mini connector should work.

Brightness:
808 lux
 
Bulb Type:
LED
 
Light Color:
White
 
Dimmer:
Two Level
 
Wall Power:
Optional Accessory
 
Battery Power:
Disposable
 
Number of LEDs:
2
 
Material:
Plastic
 
Hot Surface:
No
 
Shields Audience:
Yes
 
Number of Clips:
1
 
Max. Lip Thickness:
0.81 in
 
Battery Type:
AA
 
Number of Batteries:
4
 
Run Time (full brightness):
4.9 hrs
 
MSRP:
$79.99
 
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