after a year or a liitle bit longer
My hospital bought KLS Martin headlight and after half of year of using them lot of people say - it`s not what we were hoping for
The light is too "blue" - when I see something with natural light and head-mirror it is far more superior
and the picture is much more natural. Everything is "too-blue"
Factory sheets say that KLS headlight operates on 5000 K temperature.
Secondly, with head-mirror I can close to my patient much more than with the headlight. With headlight I have to be at least one meter (40 inch) away to even see anything in nose, for example. With my head-mirror I can see details on half of the aformentioned distance.
I have to say that I am little bit confused - where is that headlight superiority?