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  • Princeton Tec Remix Headlamp - 150 lumens White/Green/White LED
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  • Princeton Tec Remix Headlamp - 150 lumens White/Green/White LED
  • Princeton Tec Remix Headlamp - 150 lumens Black/Red LED
  • Princeton Tec Remix Headlamp - 150 lumens Black/Green LED
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Princeton Tec Remix Headlamp - 150 lumens

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    For every nocturnal need.

    With two different types of LED bulb and four intensity modes, the Princeton Tec Remix Headlamp offers the versatility to effectively light the way on any nighttime excursion. The Maxbright LED can send a concentrated beam over 70 meters into the darkness when you just need to know whether that's Bigfoot or a squirrel rustling around in those yonder bushes. The other mode, an Ultrabright LED, emits a wide-angled beam that's perfect for setting up a tent or cookin' some squirrel. The Remix's single arm bracket securely holds the headlamp at any desired angle, even when you're sprinting away from Big Foot down a rough trail.

    • Three LED bulbs
    • One Maxbright LED bulb
    • Adjustable angle
    • 70 meter range
    • Four modes of intensity
    • Item #PRT000A

    Tech Specs

    Bulbs
    3 LEDs, 1 Maxbright LED
    Power Source
    3 AAA alkaline
    Batteries Included
    yes
    Lumens
    125
    Burn Time
    200 hours
    Waterproof
    IPX-4 water resistant
    Claimed Weight
    2.9 oz
    Recommended Use
    hiking & camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Great Torch!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I absolutely love this headlamp! Yes it is not the lightest, and yes it is not the brightest, but the features it has make it worth the price!

    I have the red light version of this. This is essential to me when it comes to headlamps. I do a lot of night fly fishing stripping streamers for brown trout. The red light helps me preserve my night vision. In the past my eyes would adjust to the dark, but once I turned my headlamp on with a bright white light it would be messed up and I would have to re-adjust all over again. With the red light you save your night vision when you turn it on.

    When I am around camp and people are sleeping I can use the red lights to not wake anyone up by shining my light around the tent looking for things.

    When you need a bright torch it has a maxbright LED which does a great job at reaching out and illuminating things. The band on the Remix is a typical elastic band that is found on most headlamps. It is very comfortable to wear.

    Again.....my favorite grab and go headlamp for any and all adventures!

    I got one of these for Christmas, it looks exactly he same but I'm not sure if it is the same version. Mine has red, blue and white light but I can't figure out how to work it. I've read what little material there is about operating it but still can't get any of the lights to go to the high mode. One press = small red, press again and I get blue, press again and it turns off. If I hold it when off I get the small white light, another quick press turns it off. If either the red or blue is on and I hold it then the big light comes on but another press just turns it off. Any ideas?

    Sounds like you have a PRO version of the Princeton Tec Remix headlamp that was made for military use. Small blue LED and small red LED for reading maps in the dark and preserving your night vision. The third may appear to be"off" but is probably infrared LED, which you can only see with night vision goggles (NVGs). Small white or big white LED controlled by how you press the switch.