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Multiple modes for every nighttime adventure.

With two different types of LED and four intensity modes, The Princeton Tec Remix Headlamp gives you the versatility to effectively light the way on any nighttime adventure. The Maxbright LED can send a concentrated beam over 70 meters into the darkness for when you need to see what's rustling around out in the woods, while the Ultrabright LED modes emit a wide angled beam that's perfect for setting up a tent or cooking up some grub. Plus, the single arm bracket securely holds the headlamp at any desired angle, even when you're bouncing down a rough trail.

  • One Maxbright LED and three Ultrabright LED provide up to 100 lumens
  • Maxbright High and Low modes provides 73 and 52 meter beams, respectively
  • Ultrabright High and Low modes provide 52 and 28 meter beams, respectively
  • Multiple Beam pattern provides narrow beams for distance and wide beams to simulate normal daylight conditions
  • Runs on 3 AAA batteries(included)
  • Four modes include Maxbright High 28 hour burn time, Maxbright Low 53 hour burn time, Ultrabright High 61 hour burn time, Ultrabright Low 200 hour burn time
  • Single arm bracket securely holds the lamp at any desired angle
  • Adjustable elastic headband provides a snug fit
  • Durable water-resistant casing prevents you from being stranded in the dark if you get caught in a rain shower

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Caked In Mud and Thriving!

Caked In Mud and Thriving!

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This thing can last! Great!

4 5

Solid Cave Light

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I got this light because someone left it at the cave I give guides through, and I had read about it so I kept it. I have put it through the big ringer! This light has been killer! I give cave guides so I used it a ton! Even when caked with mud it worked great! My dislike about it is the looks, I don't really like the way it looks.

Putting it to the test!

Putting it to the test!

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I don't recommend it but ended up fully submerging this thing even though its only water resistant and its going strong to this day, super solid headlamp!

5 5

REMIX

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I bought this thing at the beginning of the summer because with working at a summer camp I was told I would really need one, I went with this bad boy and I'm glad I did. I led all the high ropes course activities at the camp and we tried night ropes this year. Some people had headlamps with just one setting of a semi bright white light which got annoying trying to look at people, but needing to see and communicate made this nice having a low and high red light and a low and high white light. If I needed to see something I used the bright white but then looking at people near me I could use the low red and it wouldn't blind anyone I looked at. Also having the red light it wouldn't wake people up and also seemed to attract less bugs, I mean seriously who likes bugs all in their face when they are doing something? I even wanted to see how water resistant this thing was, I have hiked in the pouring rain on the Appalachian Trail with this and even wore into the water going under the water and standing underneath the falls on a night hike and this baby is still going strong! Just because I say that does not mean its water proof, the one time you try something like that would be the one time it breaks, be careful. Only thing that sort of sucked was that batteries seemed to get burned out pretty quick, I always used the bright white setting when I was going from place to place which used the most energy. So you can sort of conserve if you need to... or just carry extra batteries like a normal person, better off safe than sorry.

2 5

Left me in the dark

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Mine died after less than 20 uses, happened to die on a solo, which leaves a great impression. No exposure to horrible elements, and a swap of batteries didn't get it back on. For the money you can do better. I won't buy their products again.

5 5

Perfect little lamp

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Favorite head lamp I have ever had. Provides plenty of light with multiple settings. Small and doesn't take up much space. Never had a problem with it popping off my head either. Use it once a week for local night tour and ski down the local piste. Hasn't let me down.

I'd trust my life to this headlamp...

I'd trust my life to this headlamp...

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and sometimes that's what's at stake.

Super bright, super lightweight!

Super bright, super lightweight!

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Perfect for those 4 am alpine starts. The battery life is so good that I can normally do 4 or 5 climbs before needing to change the batteries.

4 5

Great little headlamp

Didn't realize that the different colored variants referred to the different colored bulbs and not the color of the headband so be aware of that when you buy. Other than that, it's held up great. Still have yet to burn the batteries completely down.

5 5

Excellent Value!

For the features you get, you are getting a very affordable headlamp. Super bright! I've used it through rain, snow, extended climbs and long treks. Always in my pocket or daypack. Just works! I scored it second hand for $4. Can't go wrong!