As the brightest light in the Professional Series, the Princeton Tec Apex Headlamp packs 550 lumens of total output for brilliant illumination of pitch-black trails, dark alpine environments, and nighttime crags. The center Maxbright LED casts an impressively concentrated beam when you're wayfinding through the wilderness at night. Ultrabright LEDs along the sides illuminate a much wider area, mimicking normal daylight conditions for setting up camp or sorting through your pack at night. Heatsink technology promotes longer burn time and brighter illumination, so you're never stuck with an ill-performing light in crucial situations. And to withstand challenging conditions, IPX-7 waterproof standards mean it'll hold up to heavy showers, raging snowstorms, and submersion up to one meter.
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