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Princeton Tec Sync LED Headlamp
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- 2015 Backpacker Magazine Editors' Choice Winner
- 150 Lumens Max Output
- 5 Modes of Output
- 150 Hour Burn Time
- 2 Maxbright LEDs and 1 Ultra bright Red LED
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|Light Source Type||LED|
|Package Height||3 x 4.25 x 8.25 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.25 pounds|
|Sport Type||Camping & Hiking|
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FEATURES of the Princeton Tec Sync Headlamp Focused Narrow Beams Focused Wide Beams Maxbright LED Multiple Beams Multiple Modes Ultrabright LED SPECIFICATIONS of the Princeton Tec Sync Headlamp Power : 90 Lumens Lamp : Dual Beam, Spot, High Flood, Low Flood, Red Burn Time : 200 Hours Batteries : 3 AAA Weight : 83 Grams
Top Customer Reviews
Having a combination of Extremely_Bright_White and Red LEDs can be really useful when camping, hiking and kayaking in the dark. The RED LED does not affect night vision and also seems to not attract bugs the way a White LED does. The White LEDs here are very bright and versatile, wide beam for general use, narrow focused beam for distance and both for tremendous light. I also use the headlamps all the time when searching for stuff in closets and working on mechanical projects or repairs.
Operating on 3 AAA batteries provides great battery options. I usually use Eneloop rechargeable which last as long as alkaline batteries. Since this can also operate on Lithium AAA batteries, its good for extreme temps (-40 F).
I find the new dial selector switch to be simpler to use than the push button switch on the Princeton Tec Viz headlamp. I don't need to practice before using it to remember how many times to push and hold the button for different modes.
Prior to this I purchased some of the high end Petzl headlamps. While the Petzl's are great lamps their interface is much more confusing (especially when you don't use those lights on a regular basis) than this Princeton's.
The Princeton sacrifices lumens to the Petzl's I have, but takes standard aaa batteries (or rechargeable aaa's) versus the Petzl's proprietary rechargeable batteries. And of course with the Petzl's I have two different models so that means I have to have two different charging cables. Unless I specifically need a powerful headlamp I find myself grabbing this lamp first.