Princeton Tec Snap Solo
DIMMABLE LEDs - Obtain the precise output needed for a given task, and help conserve battery power for maximum efficiency. Sometimes we use the word dimmability, which isn't exactly a word yet, but we're very fond of it and have faith that it will become one.
FOCUSED WIDE BEAM - This beam pattern is an excellent choice for multipurpose activities. At close range, wide beams simulate normal daylight conditions and allow you to take advantage of your peripheral vision.
IPX4 - These lights are designed for water resistance to splashing and quick dunkings. If a light with an IPX4 rating is accidentally submerged for a longer period of time, the batteries should be removed and the cabinets should be carefully inspected for signs of battery leakage. If water has entered the housing, the light should be dried and the batteries replaced.
MAXBRIGHT LED - The highest quality LED available. Princeton Tec’s Maxbright LED is extremely bright and efficient. This single LED emits a smooth, powerful, white light useful for a wide range of tasks. Princeton Tec uses collimators or reflectors with the Maxbright LED depending upon the application. Must yell "MAXBRIGHT" when saying term out loud.
MULTIPLE BEAM - This beam pattern combines focused narrow and wide beams to allow for the most versatility. At close range, the wide beams simulate normal daylight conditions so you can take advantage of your peripheral vision, while focused narrow beams provide distance illumination.
MULTIPLE MODE - Multiple settings on many of our products give you the flexibility to adjust your light’s brightness to illuminate greater distances or to conserve battery power, depending on your needs.
Snap Solo’s unique design features a magnetic head unit that can be easily detached from its base, empowering it to become the ultimate multi-use light. Snap Solo can be worn as a traditional headlamp, used as a handheld flashlight, or attached to any magnetic surface to brighten the area around you or your workspace. Snap Solo features 300 lumens, a 155-hour runtime, and one simple switch that is used for activation and switching between high and low spot beams, as well as a flash mode.