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Princeton Tec Aurora 3 LED Headlamp (Blue Body)


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  • Burn Time: 50 - 160 Hours
  • Waterproof: 33 Ft.
  • Weight: 2.7 Oz.
  • Warranty: Lifetime

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AURORA Weighing less than three ounces, the Aurora headlamp is lightweight and compact. The adjustable pivoting head allows you to shine light where you need it, and the durable ultra-light head strap provides plenty of adjustment for the perfect fit. The electronically controlled switch system provides easy switching between three levels of light output offering burn times from 50-160 hours, as well as two blinking emergency signaling modes. With its extreme versatility and contemporary design innovations, the Aurora is the perfect choice for camp set-up, trekking, climbing, adventure racing and emergency signaling situations.

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  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000BIXS8W
  • Item model number: aur-3-bl
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,206,048 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Excellent service and great company.
Tony Metze
My wife thinks I'm a nut and she's probably right but I'm still using it.
Steve Taylor
Like the other guy, for reading in bed.
Smaug

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Steve Taylor TOP 500 REVIEWER on December 14, 2006
Color Name: BlueSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
I have a couple of good Princeton lights I've used for caving but this one I bought for reading in bed. No kidding. The book lights stink and always get in the way but this small headlamp fits comfortably on my head, tilts in any direction and has three brightness levels. (I use the lowest one to read). The light is smooth and doesn't put all those shadows on the page like incandescent bulbs do. My wife thinks I'm a nut and she's probably right but I'm still using it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Smaug on December 10, 2008
If you're used to handheld flashlights, you don't know what you're missing. I don't know about you, but most of the time I need a flashlight, I also need my hands. I found myself trying to do the task with one hand, simply because the other hand holds the light. That, or trying to put the light in my mouth. Not any more!

This baby has 5 modes. I scroll through them by pressing the single button again and again. If you don't press the button for a few seconds, the next press of the button turns the light off.

1st press - Turns light to high intensity
2nd press - Goes to medium intensity
3rd press - Goes to low intensity
4th press - goes to fast strobe, about 2 per second
5th press - goes to slow strobe, about 1 per 2 seconds
6th press- turns it off.

I use it 90% of the time on low intesity. Like the other guy, for reading in bed. Sometimes, I use it for working on cars or motorcycles. Other times, on my forehead when I'm biking at night. (to warn other drivers, it doesn't have enough throw for a bike headlight) Last week, I brought it with my hunting, in case I needed to dress a deer in the dark or do a lot of blood tracking.

The batteries are a little tricky to change the first time, but after that, no biggie.

I like that it doesn't have the top strap; that makes them uncomfortable. The separate battery compartment is super fruity; I'm glad this one doesn't have it.

I also have a Streamlight luxeon LED headlamp. AAAs are not strong enough for Luxeon LEDs. They don't last long at all. Maybe if I had that separate fruity power pack, hehehe.

This is the one to get. I looked at all of them. There are smaller ones with fewer LEDs or fewer modes, but they don't have the run time of this one. The bigger ones get clunky in a hurry with the extra strap and separate power packs. This one is just right. If I could only have one LED flashlight, this one be it.
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Color Name: BlueSize Name: One Size
This is a GREAT headlamp. I have used this on my last 5 multi-day hikes and this headlamp has been there with me the whole time. I have never changed the batteries, and it gets a lot of use and abuse. The LED's are super bright and I use it on it's lowest setting. The highest setting blinds everyone around you. Great product, will never use another headlamp.
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Color Name: BlueSize Name: One Size
PROS: long battery life, excellent illumination, superb customer service
CONS: batteries difficult to change, only water resistant

I have had this Princeton Tec Aurora light (in headband form) since 2003. It served me extremely well in ordinary use -- hiking, camping, fishing -- until July 2009, when it inexplicably would not turn off. Despite fiddling with the battery connections, the problem persisted. (Opening the battery cover, by the way, required sturdy use of a coin to pry it off and a brief visit to the internet for advice, as this was not an intuitive process.)

When I contacted Princeton Tec, they responded to me promptly, sent me an RMA#, and within a few weeks after sending them the misbehaving unit, they sent me back a new Aurora. (Now THAT'S standing behind your product!) I was pleasantly surprised. The six years of service for the original device was impressive enough, but their warranty support proved to be even better.

I highly recommend this Aurora light and the customer service of Princeton Tec.
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PROS: long battery life, excellent illumination, superb customer service
CONS: batteries difficult to change, only water resistant

I have had this Princeton Tec Aurora light (in headband form) since 2003. It served me extremely well in ordinary use -- hiking, camping, fishing -- until July 2009, when it inexplicably would not turn off. Despite fiddling with the battery connections, the problem persisted. (Opening the battery cover, by the way, required sturdy use of a coin to pry it off and a brief visit to the internet for advice, as this was not an intuitive process.)

When I contacted Princeton Tec, they responded to me promptly, sent me an RMA#, and within a few weeks after sending them the misbehaving unit, they sent me back a new Aurora. (Now THAT'S standing behind your product!) I was pleasantly surprised. The six years of service for the original device was impressive enough, but their warranty support proved to be even better.

I highly recommend this Aurora light and the customer service of Princeton Tec.
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