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About Princeton Tec Remix Headlamp

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 & 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 ina compact, water resistant, and self-contained package.

Princeton Tec Remix Headlamp Specifications

Burn Time (Hours)
1 Maxbright LED <br> 3 Ultrabright LED
3 AAA (included)
Depth Rating
Flash Cycle
83g With Batteries

Remix Headlamp Customer Reviews

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Okay for the price

By Average guy

from VA

Verified Buyer


  • Bright light
  • Comes with batteries


  • Complicated Button
  • Green Light On First

Best Uses

  • Camping
  • Hands Free Uses
  • Traffic Signal

I purchased this product for my wife so she could use it for some things without having to hold a flashlight. It works for that. However, the button is not intuitive. The button is complicated and was more so than I anticipated (or given a clue to in the description).

In order to use the white light you have to press the button and hold it so the green light comes on first and then cycles through to the white light. I would have thought the green light was a supplemental light and not the primary light. Once you have the dim white light on you have to quickly press the button again (you have 1.6 seconds according to the instructions) to get the bright white light. If you wait any longer and press it the light will turn off. If you keep pressing the button only the green light will come on. First the low green light will come on, then the bright green light, then it will turn off. Like I said, it's not intuitive.

As for the claim of use for the green light for at night use, it only works if you want to pretend you're using night vision. Otherwise, it has no value that I would see, whereas a red light will provide a shorter wavelength and be more usable at night.

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