Princeton Tec Apex 350 Lumen LED Headlamp - Orange

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Apex 350 Lumen LED Headlamp - Orange

The biggest and brightest headlamp in our professional series, the Apex has
been a favorite of extreme outdoorsmen and cavers for years. Truly the
pinnacle of waterproof LED headlamp design, the Apex combines the qualities
of both the Eos and the Quad. With a single Regulated Maxbright LED
partnered with Four Regulated Ultrabright LEDs, the Apex provides either a
powerful spot beam or a bright flood, and switching between the two is
incredibly easy. Proprietary heatsink technology allows the LEDs to burn
brighter and longer. The Apex is compatible with alkaline, lithium, and
rechargeable batteries.

  • Power: 350 Lumens
  • Lamp: 4 Ultrabright LEDs, Maxbright LED
  • Overall Burn Time: up to 150 Hours
  • Batteries: 4 AA Alkaline, Lithium or NiHM Rechargeable
  • Weight: 279 Grams
  • UL Rating: APPROVED - Class I Division 2 Groups A, B, C & D Class II Division 2 Groups F & G
  • UL Temp Code: T4
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