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Lighting done right.
The Princeton Tec Remix Pro Headlamp features three Ultrabright LEDs and one Maxbright LED to give you multiple lighting options. A single CR123 battery keeps the Remix's weight down to just over two ounces, but still provides a solid 40-hour burn time, which is more than enough for a weekend in the woods. The Remix Pro is also water-resistant for light splashes, accidental dunkings, and the like.
- 3 Ultrabright LED lights
- 1 Maxbright LED
- 150 lumens
- 1 CR123 lithium battery included
- Item #PRT000X
- Q & A
Had to go back to Petzl
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I drifted away from my forever favorite brand (Petzl) and tried this brand and model. Did not like the angle adjustment and light brightness level or focus, IDK maybe my eyes are different. Returned and got the latest greatest Petzl light. Plz don't hate me...
So light weight I forget its there
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I use this headlamp every day when I'm out feeding the horses at 4am. It's supper light weight and bright, I love it.
Recently I've been wearing a beanie, (http://www.backcountry.com/arcteryx-bird-head-beanie) because its cold in the morning....
Anyway, shortly after I got back from feeding the horses today, I took off my beanie...and crash! my headlamp hit the tile floor (I forgot I was wearing it over my beanie). Unfortunately, it couldn't handle the impact of hitting the tile floor, and the battery cover broke off.
Bottom line though, I am buying another one. I love this headlamp and I would recommend it. It is very lightweight and comfortable, and it's way more than enough light for what I use it for. Just, try to remember you’re wearing it, and don't throw it on the floor :P
- Very light weight
- Very Bright
- Can not withstand impact with tile floor
- The battery only lasts for 4 hours on the brightest setting
Also, I think its worth mentioning here, this headlamp, the "Pro" version, uses a CR123 lithium battery, and it is significantly brighter than the one that uses 3 AAA batteries (http://www.backcountry.com/princeton-tec-remix-headlamp-5mm-led?rr=t ) . Though they both clam a 70 meter range, I have both, and the one that uses the CR123 lithium battery is much brighter.
is the 3 ultrabright leds green and the 1 maxbright led is white?