Step 7: Mounting it

Picture of mounting it
you get any comfortable helmet with holes in the top, then drill corresponding position holes in the basin , and use hot glue and cable ties to mount it on.

I then glued the control box to the back of the helmet, and ran ries down the battery pack on my belt. This is because I was worried about ahving too much weight on my head.

If you were using C or AA cells though, I think you could mount them on the helmet too, and probably not sustain lasting neck damage.
chrwei7 years ago
a typical headlamp uses 4 AA batteries in a small box mounted on a headband, batteries in back, LED lamp up front. I've worn one for many hours on end with a helmet in a cave and there is really no danger of neck damage at all.