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Princeton Tec Push Front Bike Light - 2012 Closeout


    Princeton Tec Push Front Bike Light - 2012 Closeout

    The Princeton Tec Push front bike light is a self-contained, 100-lumen light that helps you see and be seen when you're ripping through city streets or roaming country roads.

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    • Maxbright LED is extremely bright and efficient; it emits a powerful 100-lumen white beam
    • Focused narrow beam pattern illuminates distant areas; long-throw spotlight is also well suited for night hiking and search and rescue
    • With an easy push of the oversized on/off switch, you quickly toggle through high, low, and don’t-stare-at-it-too-long flash modes
    • Princeton Tec Push light power is augmented by independent light pipes that emit through side windows ensuring over 260° of visibility
    • Proprietary optimized collimator/lens system is highly efficient; all light is gathered from the LED in the form of scattered rays and re-emitted as parallel rays
    • Mounts to handlebar using a race-proven bracket system that maintains a firm, reliable grip on the bar while riding and can be taken off and put on instantly
    • Water resistant to splashing and quick dunkings
    • 3 AAA alkaline batteries included
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    Princeton Tec Push Front Bike Light - 2012 Closeout Specs
    Best use
    100 lumens
    3 AAA
    4 hours
    14 hours
    63 hours
    115 grams
    Bulb type
    Number of bulbs
    Max light output (lumens)
    Headlight mounting
    Integrated battery
    Battery life on high
    Battery life on low
    Battery life flashing

    Princeton Tec Push Front Bike Light - 2012 Closeout

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    Rated 3.0/5 based on 9 reviews
    Rated 2out of5
    by fromBright, but not well engineered clamp It was bright, and I really liked the blinking red on the sides. However, it would not stay not he bike. It kept sliding off of the clamp. That is not good on a mountain bike. I ended up exchanging it.
    Date published: 2014-04-29
    Rated 4out of5
    by fromSo far so good! I just bought this light on clearance. I read the reviews that some people said the light fell off of their bike. It possibly was not locked properly in place and/or the screw was not tightened to the handlebar. I am confidant that this light will never fall off my handlebar. As far as the brightness at night, I have not ridden at night yet to rate that portion of this light. I will get back to everyone when I get a night ride in.
    Date published: 2014-04-20
    Rated 5out of5
    by fromLights the way Love this light. It is worth the price. Well made, easy to attach to bike. It does a nice job of lighting so I am able to see a decent distance at night.
    Date published: 2014-05-01
    Rated 1out of5
    by fromPoor quality clamp I would have enjoyed reviewing this product, but it fell off my bike within 1/2 mile of my second commute with it and fell down a storm drain. As others have noted, the physical clamp to the handlebars is OK, but the clamp for the light allows the light to fall off with a gentle touch or slight breeze. The light wasn't that impressive either on the one night commute I had the opportunity to use it for prior to involuntary storm drain disposal.
    Date published: 2013-12-15
    Rated 1out of5
    by fromJunk! As other reviewers have noted the mount is horrible. IMHO, the light is just as bad. Mount wouldn't hold the light securely so of course it fell off within 100 yards of the driveway. Then the front (lens) portion of the light broke off. There was apparently only a tiny piece of flimsy plastic holding the two parts together. I have the EOS style bike light as well as a headlamp from Princeton Tec and both are very nice so I'd say this product is an anomaly from a normally reputable company.
    Date published: 2013-12-02
    Rated 1out of5
    by fromHorrible mount. Great light. Really bright light for the price. However, the attachment mount is horrible: light constantly falls off with bumps on the road. After two three falls, the mounting clip broke off and now the light is useless as a bike light.
    Date published: 2013-09-11
    Rated 4out of5
    by fromExcellent bike light for the price! Well, within the first 10 minutes, the light fell off the mount 2x. So, my solution, zip tie the mother to the mount. It fell off after I hit a crack in the sidewalk as well as jumping off the curb while crossing traffic. The light is very bright and works well. Doesn't seem to eat the battery.
    Date published: 2013-09-16
    Rated 4out of5
    by fromNice light for bikeway illumination Compared to my previous lights intended to illuminate bikeways, this one has more light, a generally good thing. Unfortunately the optical engineer designed an axially symmetric beam. A better design is an intense spot near the top center of the beam (to project farther down the bikeway) with less intense close and lateral patterns to evenly illuminate the path of travel and adjacent areas. But with more light I will still choose this as my primary bike light (with others as secondary or backup; a backup is necessary in case of battery or other failure when miles from home). Surprisingly, the peak intensity of this light does not seem higher than my other lights even with a higher light output (lumens). Instead of a brighter beam, the beam is larger, using that extra light to increase intensity away from the peak. I like the control functions: high, low, strobe (a few dim flashes followed by one extra-bright flash). Also, the side strobe can accompany any of the white light functions or be turned off. I'm disappointed that the side strobe is red; that is the proper color for a rear light but not one in front. Instead the optical designer should have selected white, amber or selective yellow, the choices available for signaling and marking lamps on vehicles. The side strobe is also fairly dim, but choosing the proper color would increase visibility. While this light is pretty compact, with just a little more width it could be redesigned to use AA batteries instead of the AAA size. That would allow over twice the battery life, saving time, money and decreasing the chance of battery failure when underway. Overall I like this PUSH light, as it seems very well made and provides ample light for typical bike paths and roads, but I'm disappointed that with just a little more effort it could be a significantly better design.
    Date published: 2013-09-01

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