Princeton Tec EOS Bike Light
The Princeton Tec EOS BIKE takes self-contained battery lighting to the next level. The combination of a Maxbright Rebel LED and a Princeton Tec-designed collimator maximizes the beam by balancing long-throw with localized lighting. The self-contained unit feels virtually weightless on your helmet and makes the ultimate backup light for your 24-hour race. The EOS BIKE is light enough to throw into your jersey pocket for a late afternoon ride ensuring youll have enough light to get home. It is drop proof and its use of high-grade materials ensures durability and strong resistance to water/weather/environmental conditions.
- POWER 50 Lumens
- LAMP 1 Maxbright LED
- BURN TIME 121 Hours
- BATTERIES 3 AAA Alkaline or Lithium
- WEIGHT 105g
Purchase the Princeton Tec EOS Bike Light from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- July 31 2011
Multi purpose lamp
I was pretty excited to find a multi-purpose light source for biking, camping, hiking and use around the house. We bought two and immediately used them on a camping trip. They are great around the campsite and for reading in the tent. And this week, I installed them on our bikes. We ride after work and sometimes we're out at dusk - in traffic, on bike lanes and city streets and we needed a good light for this. The set up and transfer from headlamp to bike is easy, the lamp clips onto brackets on each item. The bike clamp includes three rubber shims of different sizes, so getting a good fit was easy. Batteries have seemed to last and are easy to access. Two very minor items: it is heavier on the head than my son's lightweight headlamp, but that's not a big deal on the bike. And it'd be nice to have a red (lamp) function for night vision and reading in the tent. All in all, a very nice product at a good price.
- December 5 2009
Decent light for a non-rechargeable
This light shines a good beam, fits nicely on a helmet and is light weight. However the flashing mode has a few issues. It only flashes in it's most powerful setting, which is somewhat of a distraction to me looking at the road ahead which is already lit up by another light, and I'm sure to drivers coming my way... they don't need to be blinded, just to notice me. IN addition, the flashing mode is way to slow; I think it would catch more attention if it was more rapid. I also had a driver almost drive into me, who probably thought the slow flash was a 'go ahead' signal from me.