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Princeton Tec Byte LED Headlamp
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- Compact LED headlamp ideal for camping, climbing, and running
- Maxbright LED emits powerful white light for long-range tasks
- Red Ultrabright LED for close to mid-range tasks; 35 lumens of power
- Single button operation; easily accessible battery door enclosure
- Requires 2 AAA batteries; provides 80 hours of burntime
- 50 lumens, 146 hour burn time
- Red LED for preserving night vision
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|Light Source Type||LED|
|Package Height||2.8 x 4.4 x 8 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.2 pounds|
|Sport Type||Camping & Hiking|
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The brightest headlamp in Princeton-Tec's professional series, Apex has been a favorite of extreme outdoorsmen and cavers for years. The pinnacle of waterproof LED headlamp design, Apex incorporates a single Regulated Maxbright LED plus four Regulated Ultrabright LEDs. Apex is capable of a powerful spot beam or a bright flood, and two switches make changing modes intuitive. The four Ultrabright LEDs come in your choice of red, green, or white. Proprietary heatsink technology allows the LEDs to burn brighter and longer. Apex is compatible with alkaline, lithium, and rechargeable batteries.
Color: Black | Style: 50 Lumens
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I have had no difficulties or issues like the previous reviewer with either my light or my friends, so I would credit those not to deficient design, but to the fact that in these days of mass manufacturing there are always bound to be some products which come off the line not at 100%.
Good, very small piece of gear, I have no problem recommending it if you are looking for something like this. If you happen to get one with issues, either the retailer or manufacturer would probably be willing to exchange.
One gripe- Battery consumption. On more than a few occasions I have put up my headlamp for a month or so between backpacking trips and picked it up after being put away and the batteries that were left in the headlamp were dead as door nails. To avoid this I've starting storing my batteries outside of the headlamp, rubber banded to the outside, when it is being put away for more than a few days. To avoid them from dying quickly and to shave a gram or two off my weight, I've also switched to Energizer Lithium Extreme batteries. They are lighter in weight than their Alkaline counterparts and maintain a charge longer.
Otherwise- I've loved this product and it's design for years.