Princeton Tec Apex Lights
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Product DescriptionThe Apex is the pinnacle of waterproof LED headlamp design, boasting up to 130 lumens of output. With its 4 light levels, safety flash mode, and impact-resistant design, the Apex is an ideal headlamp for any hardcore adventure. The Apex combines a regulated Maxbright LED with 4 regulated Ultrabright LEDs, for constant brightness on all modes. Switching modes has never been easier – the dual switch system allows you to independently control the intense, smooth, long-range lighting from the Maxbright LED, and the wide-angle, close-range lighting from the 4 Ultrabright LEDs.
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You may have read an invitation from me a week ago inviting you to come out and help us get Apex open before another winter goes by with our beloved trail closed. We've had awesome success and a lot of folks join the fray, including several employees from Yeti, WRC and all around. [B]An update ... Read More »
This was posted in the PnS/ Poonification thread, but I thought I'd post it separately, and see if we can cast the net a little further. What GL1 posted about trails that need repair is awesome as well- we can start addressing some of this stuff. Here's how: Summary: Help us help JCOS keep/ imp ... Read More »
Hi, planning to purchase a Renthal Apex 50 or 60mm stem, and I already own a K-Edge adjustable Garmin mount. Did anyone already try this combo? I wonder if the K-Edge will fit on the stem, if no spacer is present between stem and K-Edge (stem at upper position). Thanks, AndreaRead More »
I am looking to get a new (to me) steel and can't decide between this rockhopper and this diamondback apex. They both look to be my size and I believe both are tange which will be a nice change since I already have a TT OXII. I think they have similarly spec components with deore DX but I am not sur ... Read More »