Princeton Tec Attitude LED Flashlight - 30 Lumens
About Princeton Tec Attitude LED Flashlight - 30 Lumens
Closeouts. The Princeton Tec Attitude LED flashlight features three Ultrabright LED bulbs for a strong directional beam and 150 hours of burn time.
Specs about Princeton Tec Attitude LED Flashlight - 30 Lumens
- Type: Hand Held
- Illumination type: LED
- Light output: 30 lumens
- Run time (High): 150 hours
- Max distance: 65'
- Light modes: High
- Batteries: 4 AAA
- Batteries included: Yes
- Weight: 3 oz.
- Dimensions (LxDia) 4-5/8x1-1/4"
- Material: Composite
- Made in United States of America (components imported)
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Twist on/twist off.
Great small lightVerified Buyer Reviewed by Just a guy from New York on Friday, November 24, 2017This Princeton Tec light is great as a neck light or back-up light. Construction is simple and appears to be water proof. There is a single o-ring to seal the removable screw-on head (battery access and twist on/off). It is very bright. Just a great pocketable flashlight.
Simple small flashlight but dimReviewed by Car Camper from Detroit Area on Wednesday, August 9, 2017I have owned an Attitude flashlight for over 10 years. The Attitude is a relatively old model, from the days when LED flashlights were cutting edge. The light excels in many ways. But I think there are more versatile flashlights now that LED technology has advanced. The good points: The flashlight is sturdy. The batteries seem to last forever, seriously. The light is small and fits into pockets. The light is submersible. The switch is simple, just on and off, no annoying strobe function. The twist switch will not accidentally turn on while packed. The common AAA batteries are the same as those used in most headlamps. The light beam is even and wide. Princeton Tec offers a lifetime warranty. Now the bad points: The light is relatively dim. The light illuminates only the immediate area. The light beam is blue in color. The light beam does not penetrate light fog. My flashlight has not been especially durable. In summary: The light is comprised of three bluish dim LED bulbs. Together they make a nice wide beam for about 10 feet. The beam does not have distance. So it is only suited for well defined trails. It is not the type of light that will help you find the outhouse 75 feet away. The wide beam is excellent for illuminating the inside of a tent, getting a beer from the cooler, etc. It seems that most flashlights have now moved to designs using a single brighter whiter LED. This newer design creates a beam with more distance. I think a beam with distance is better for walking around. But an even wide beam is better at the campsite. As I mentioned, my Attitude flashlight is over 10 years old. It still functions but shows a little wear. I must completely tighten the twist switch to turn the light on. The lens cover is beginning to crack, just slightly.
Nice FlashlightVerified Buyer Reviewed by Lee from Florida on Tuesday, April 28, 2015Lightweight and bright. Turns off and on by twisting the cap.
niceVerified Buyer Reviewed by Alpinemtngoat from Alpine Utah on Tuesday, March 31, 2015nice
rugged little flashlightVerified Buyer Reviewed by Anonymous from WI on Thursday, March 19, 2015Not very bright, but Princeton Tec makes rugged flashlights. This is great to toss in a suitcase - just the right size and weighs next to nothing.
Small but MightyVerified Buyer Reviewed by K. Leaning Boxers from Oklahoma on Monday, February 23, 2015This is a small but very bright flashlight. It is much smaller than I had though from the advertising. Also, at first impression it seems to be flimsy. With those two strikes against it, I put the batteries in and screwed on the cap. When it lit up I realized, it wasn't small, it was compact and it was flimsy, it just didn't weigh much. The beam is brilliant for such a small sized flashlight. The only drawback though is the screw cap to turn it on and off.
lightVerified Buyer Reviewed by Franklin7x57 from va on Tuesday, February 10, 2015nice little flashlight, nothing fancy. seems solid
No power switch, turn on by twisting bulb sectionReviewed by Devon from Virginia on Monday, January 12, 2015A two handed flashlight is just not useful. Really inconvenient for walking the dog, operating in the cold, not to mention you're twisting the bulb area, which is where the waterproofing is. My lack of faith in the design means I won't be using it. It'll sit in my toolbox waiting for the batteries to die.
Great little light!Verified Buyer Reviewed by OkieFord from Oklahoma on Friday, December 12, 2014Very simple but effective design. Light and very handy to have around the house, keep in the car glove box, or throw into a backpack for just in case use. I bought two of these at the very attractive price.
A good light, not great.Verified Buyer Reviewed by Mountain Rover from any mountain on Monday, November 10, 2014A good light. The turn on method is to twist the front section, but this is a tight twist requiring two hands, or, if you have strong teeth, holding it in your mouth and twisting with one hand. Not optimal, but it won't accidentally turn on in your pack.
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