Princeton Tec Remix LED Headlamp (300 Lumens, Tan w/Red LEDs)

June 8, 2019 - Comment
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(as of June 15, 2019 10:24 GMT+0200 - Details)

The remix is equipped with an asymmetrical single arm bracket, easily accessible battery door enclosure, and large push button switch. Combine these features with a simple and lightweight design and you have a headlamp built to perform in any environment. Whether your requirements call for long distance spotting, or close range area light, the remix is up to the task with a combination of a single maxbright LED and 3 ultrabright LEDs. The end result; true versatility in a compact, water resistant, and self-contained package. Users who prefer Cr123 batteries should consider the remix Pro.

Product Features

  • A headlamp built to perform in any environment with a single Maxbright LED and 3 Ultrabright leds
  • 300 lumens power
  • 150 hour burn time
  • Equipped with asymmetrical single arm bracket, easily accessible Batter door enclosure and water resistant
  • 3 AAA Alkaline batteries included


Anonymous says:

Overall good but fragile The battery door hinge is fragile. Overall, it rides well on my head, tolerates a variety of hats, is bright, is easy to operate with gloves, and is reasonably priced.The beam is not focused which is a liability if you want light thrown well front of you, as on a bicycle, but which is an asset at a walking pace.

Anonymous says:

awesome light! absolutely the best headlamp i’ve ever owned. somebody really thought through the design. First, it defaults to RED lens and you have to hold it down for white. I am in the army, and when out in the field you can’t have a white light. i used to have to cover up my old one with my hands first to cycle through white to get to red. next, the red light has 2 settings, both in spotlight but has a little flood. awesome for working in red light. also, the white light has 2 settings, both quite bright…

Anonymous says:

Good Light, but dont drop it on a hard floor. I’m about to order my third light, I use for working in attics, underneath houses, or any application I need more light as an HVAC technician. The only problem I’ve encountered with this light is it’s very susceptible to damage if you drop it. Dropped mine in a carport today and the cap that’s opposite of the battery door broke off. This is the second time this has happened to me. Yep the fault is mine, just wish it was a little more forgiving in this department.The light…

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