I have now used the Blackburn 2’fer for a little over 4 months and it has turned out to be one of my favorite pieces of gear. I wanted to wait until I had a chance to use the light while camping, or more specifically, in my hammock before submitting my last update. Which is exactly what I did this past weekend while attending a recumbent rally in Townsend Tn. I did use it as a bike light but I was really impressed while using the light in my hammock. To read the rest of the review please click here.
I am happy to report that the Blackburn 2’fer is working just as advertised so far. It does have some limitations as a bike headlight, mainly due to its small size, but it certainly does put out a lot of light for such a small light. But to find out the rest of the story you will have to read here.
Image courtesy of Blackburn
I don’t normally ride a lot at night in the winter, mainly because I prefer to get my ride in in the afternoon while it is still warm. However, I have often been on a ride and found myself pushing to get home before dark. Enter the Blackburn 2’fer. Click here to read the review.
Reviewed by Coy Starnes
Light supplied for review purposes by Princeton Tec
Briefly, the Princeton Tec Push features a single Maxbright LED in a very compact unit that weighs in at only 115 grams (4.06 oz). The light output seems very bright, and according to Princeton Tec it is rated at 100 lumens. It is powered by 3 AAA batteries (supplied) and boast a burn time of 63 hours, but this is while using the flash setting (more on this later). Mounting is accomplished with a very sturdy looking clamp that will make installing the light a breeze and also make swapping the light from one bike to another very easy to do. To read the rest of the review please click here.