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For extreme conditions.
Princeton Tec designed its Apex Extreme Headlamp to survive in cold temperatures so you can climb, backpack, hike, or explore in extreme conditions with a dependable light source. One Maxbright LED and four Ultrabright LEDs give this headlamp 260 lumens that can shine your way as far as 393 feet, and for up to 200 hours (depending on the modes you use). These five lights offer five different modes (high and low with the Maxbright, and high, low, and flash with the Ultrabrights) to give you an ideal amount of light. You can stash eight AA batteries (included) in the separate storage compartment and drop it in your jacket to keep them warm when the temps really start to drop. An over-the-top headband keeps the lamp in place when you cycle over rocky terrain or take a whipper on your night climb.
- 1 Maxbright LED
- 4 Ultrabright LEDs
- 393 ft. distance
- 5 modes
- 8 AA batteries (included) in remote compartment
- Over the top headband
- Item #PRT000E
- Q & A
Light up the night!
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Super bright, and long lasting!
I have this light rigged to mount on the front of my mountain/touring bikes. The 275 lumens are excellent at lighting up the trails and revealing everything in my path.
It's also got a great water resistant casing so you don't have to put away the light just because of inclement weather.
And it's large buttons make it easy to use when sporting large gloves or mitts.