“PUSH” It Real Good
New Self-Contained 100 Lumen Bike Light Provides Maximum Visibility and Versatility with 260-Degrees of Brightness
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BORDENTOWN, NJ â€“ The Push. It’s Princeton Tec’s bright new bike light. And it needs a good home â€“ preferably your bike.
Whether you’re commuting to work by bike, enjoying a weekend ride or taking in the diverse landscape along a remote backcountry road, it’s necessary to stay visible.
Built with a sleek, easy-to-use design, the Princeton Tec Push bike light not only pumps out 100 lumens of light with a single Maxbright LED, but also ensures 260-degrees of visibility while riding. By utilizing independent lighting pipes that emit flashing red light through side windows, the Push creates a sphere of light around you that alerts traffic both in front and beside you.
The Push boasts 63 hours of burntime and is able to work on road and mountain bikes. To use off-road, simply hold the conveniently large push button to disable the side flash so you can focus on the bumps and berms that lie ahead.
Offering versatility for every rider, the Push can be mounted to any size handle bars by quickly securing the race-proven bracket system for super-stable attachment. With a quick release tab feature on the bottom of the Push, the light can be removed from the mounted bracket, enabling it to be used on a messenger bag or wherever else you want to fasten it.
Complete with high, low and flash modes, the tough and robust Push wants to ride with you NOW.
For more please visit: www.princetontec.com.
About Princeton Tec:
Since 1975, New Jersey-based Princeton Tec’s goal has been to support the outdoor community by building lighting products for the people who need superior illumination for any situation. 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/commuter biking. For more information on Princeton Tec, visit www.princetontec.com or contact Keith Cozzens at Verde PR, firstname.lastname@example.org or 970.259.3555 X2.