Princeton Tec Apex Rechargeable Headlamp

Princeton Tec Apex Rechargeable Headlamp
Princeton Tec Apex Rechargeable Headlamp
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Apex Rechargeable Headlamp by Princeton Tec
Casting 275 lumens of brilliant illumination, the Princeton Tec Apex Rechargeable Headlamp is a stellar choice for riding singletrack after dark, approaching crags before sun-up, and trekking along dark coastlines. Based off the popular Apex Headlamp, this particular version features a rechargeable lithium-ion battery with a 42-inch extension cord. The Maxbright LED casts a highly concentrated beam that's ideal for hiking at night. Ultrabright LEDs along the sides mimic daylight conditions for setting up camp or sorting through your pack at night. The 90-hour burn time ensures ample lighting for multi-day treks and backcountry trips where charging simply isn't an option. When it's time for charging, the included USB cable recharges the headlamp's lithium-ion battery. For those looking to ride trails after dark, the included hook-and-loop strap enables convenient mounting to your favorite helmet.

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SKU: PRT001C
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