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Monthly Archives: September, 2010

Let me get a Byte?

If you’ve been checking out anything that PTec has been doing in the past three months, then you’ve definitely heard of The Byte – “The Family’s” new, strong-like-bull little guy. It’s a tight light – bright, rugged, and affordable. WANNA WIN A FREE ONE?

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Every day next week (Oct. 4-8) – you will have the [...]

Interbike was good.

Interbike has come and gone, but one thing that will remain in our memory is our trade show booth. Hard to believe, I know, but this was all about craft time. We decided to build the booth on site and properly wild post it (combine wheat paste and water in a big bucket and brush [...]

Somethings, like the PUSH, are simply too awesome

 
Day or night, lights can enhance your sense of freedom on the bike – a feeling we’re constantly searching for and what inspired us to create the PUSH – a self contained, 100 lumen, vessel of visibility. As a result of this inspiration, The Push is not your ordinary bike light.  The power of the [...]

A few words with Gary Robbins.

After successfully breaking trail records on Canada’s West Coast Trail and East Coast Trail, Princeton Tec athlete and friend Gary Robbins has solidified himself as one of the best Adventure Athletes in North America. I was fortunate enough to speak on the phone with Gary the other night. In addition to being a tremendous athlete, [...]

It’s not flying… it’s falling, with style.

The sun was out, the piers were packed with people, and the Delaware River was filled with boats. All so people could catch a glimpse of some people “flying.” In actuality, the Redbull Flugtag is a culmination of homemade flying machines, which fall more than they fly, much to the amusement of the masses.
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I couldn’t [...]

P-Tec Quad is washing machine safe

The videos of Chris washing a Princeton Tec Quad headlamp have been moved to FB… check it if you can:

Are PTEC headlamps washing machine safe?

It’s funny, but over the past three weeks we have received several emails about people washing their Princeton Tec headlamps. And yes, I mean putting said headlamp into the washing machine and pressing START.
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Submerged in soapy water and getting banged around amongst grime covered clothes isn’t exactly where we’d like to see our prized gems [...]

Hitting the road. That’s what this is all about.

 

Life at PT sure is interesting, but it’s what happens when we saddle up and head out of Bordentown that fuels our passion and provides inspiration. Our travels present the opportunity to explore new places, see old friends, meet strangers that grow into old friends, and share our enthusiasm for the outdoors. www.livingonthedash.com is our outlet to share these experiences.

 

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