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Princeton Tec EOS II
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Boasting 50 Lumens Of Light, The Intrinsically Safe EOS II Headlamp Is A Must Have

Princeton Tec Press Release - 10/28/2008
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Princeton Tec EOS II Headlamp

Princeton Tec EOS II Headlamp

TRENTON, N.J. - Princeton Tec, leading manufacturer of headlamps, handheld lights and industrial lights is all about safety when it comes to producing the best light for any job. The intrinsically safe, UL CL1 DIV1 EOS II headlamp is one of the toughest lights available and can stand up to most beatings.

With the industry standard for lights becoming more geared towards the availability of intrinsically safe equipment, Princeton Tec's EOS II is touted as the highest quality, small headlamp to meet this criteria.

Boasting a bright 50 lumens of light, the EOS II consists of one Maxbright Rebel LED, runs on 3AAA batteries (which are included) and has a burntime of 60 hours. The sturdy headlamp produces constant output, is waterproof, has high and low settings and includes an easy-to-use rubber strap (with industrial Velcro and nylon strap) for hard hat use.

Built with tough tasks in mind the EOS II's body housing is constructed of durable Xylex® for maximum chemical resistance. It also is constructed with an easy-to-find on/off switch design that is simple to locate and adjust with gloves. The headlamp retails for $54.99.

For more information on the EOS II and Princeton Tec's industrial grade headlamps check

About Princeton Tec

Since 1975, Princeton Tec's goal has been to support the outdoor community by building lighting products for the people who use them. Our products are designed to enhance all outdoor activities, crossing the boundaries from scuba and water sports; to camping and backpacking; to snow sports; alpine sports and road biking. For more information on Princeton Tec, visit or contact Keith Cozzens at Base Camp Communications, or 307-734-7575.

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