Princeton Tec Bot

By Ian Reece & Matthew Reece, Editor/Publisher

Princeton Tec Bot

Why should grown ups be the only ones having fun once it gets dark outside?

The Princeton Tec Bot is a headlamp designed for kids. The Bot comes in four different playful color schemes and is sized to comfortably fit kids up to about 11 or 12. The Bot has one large single button to operate the three modes, high, low, and flash. The two Ultrabright LEDs provides 15 lumens, which is plenty of light to keep pace with most kids.

Don’t let the small size or playful colors foul you, the Bot is made with the same quality construction as all other Princeton Tec headlamps. The body is constructed of durable plastic and the battery compartment is secured with small screws to ensure no accidents with the batteries. The Bot headlamp will hold up to the elements and stand up to the toughest of little ones.

The best part of the Princeton Tec Bot is the fun you can have running around the backyard at night with the kids or bringing them with you training. Plus the Bot is great for indoor adventures the next time the lights go out or a table fort is made. Headlamps are also useful for everyday tasks like finding the lego that went under the sofa. Check out more on the Bot at

Matthew Reece Matthew Reeceis a thinker, doer, creator, always looking to push things forward. Matt has been involved in cycling, running, and triathlon for years as a participant, industry professional, event producer, and corner sweeper. Seeing the need to fill the void where he left off as former publisher of Liberty Sports Magazine and producer of the Endurance Sports Expo, Matt launched Movement Sports to bring the stories and information to the endurance audience. In addition to Movement Sports, Matt is also the Creative Principal behind Pushworks Creative,