Product Highlights:

  • Red tail light strobe
  • 1 DoublePower LED (75 lumens)
  • Settings: full strength/ dimming/ strobe
  • Lithium polymer battery
  • IPX rating: 7

About Black Diamond Sprinter Headlamp - Titanium

Black Diamond Sprinter Headlamp - Titanium
The Black Diamond Sprinter Headlamp - Titanium has got to be on your accessory list, if you are a keen on enjoying after dark outdoor activities. One DoublePower LED bulb lights the path ahead, in one of the three settings of your convenience - full strength, dimming and strobe. You are guaranteed constant illumination on all these brightness specifications. Capable of being used in any weather condition, the lamp is water-resistant up to 3.3 ft. for 30 minutes, justifying its IPX rating of 7. This means that you can take a quick dip in a beautiful stream or lake without any worries. Powering the lamp is a lithium polymer battery that can be fully recharged, via the USB port in a matter of five hours. Buy the Black Diamond Sprinter Headlamp today!

This product can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.

Black Diamond Sprinter Headlamp - Titanium Features

  • Red taillight strobe with on/off switch for visibility in urban areas
  • 1 DoublePower LED with 75 lumens (max setting) projects a strong, oval beam
  • Settings include full strength, dimming and strobe
  • Regulated for constant illumination on all brightness settings
  • Protected against water immersion down to 1 m (3.3 ft) for 30 minutes (IPX 7)
  • Powered by a lithium polymer rechargeable battery (5-hour USB charge time)
  • IPX Rating : 7

Black Diamond Sprinter Headlamp - Titanium Specifications

Length
Lamp:2", Battery Pack:3"
Width
Lamp: 1.25", Battery Pack: 1.75"
Height
Lamp:0.75", Battery Pack:0.9"
Weight
3.7 oz (with Batteries)
Max Burn Time
High: 6 H,Low: 42 H
LED Type
1 DoublePower
IPX Rating
7
Battery Type
Rechargeable Lithium Polymer
Max Distances
High: 147.63' ; Low: 22.96'
Lumens
75 lm
Bulb type
LED
Bulb detail
High-output LED and Red LED Taillight
Beam type
Flood
Rechargeable
Yes
Regulated Output
Yes
Strobes
1
Brightness Level
1 + dimmer
Weight [with packaging]
0.55 lb

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Black Diamond Sprinter Headlamp - Titanium
 
5.0

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5.0

just what I needed

By jbeste

from Wilmington, NC

About Me Casual/ Recreational

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Pros

  • Bright
  • Lightweight
  • Long battery life

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Black Diamond Sprinter Headlamp - Titanium:

      This has made my early morning runs so much more effective. It lights up a good distance in front of me and makes me so much more visible. It is comfortable and doesn't bounce around when I run. I use it several times a week in the early morning and it has charged well when needed.

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      5.0

      Keeps me safe running while road running

      By TNnomad

      from Cookeville, TN

      About Me Casual/ Recreational

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Adjustable Beam
      • Bright
      • Durable
      • Lightweight
      • Long battery life
      • Waterproof

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Backpacking
        • Hiking
        • Night Running

        Comments about Black Diamond Sprinter Headlamp - Titanium:

        I'm an amateur runner, and run about 3 miles three times a week. It's just easier for me to run in the mornings before the roads get busy and the family wakes up. Outside of the summer months, that means running before dawn.

        The rear red strobe is what sold me on this unit, but other features that I really like are that it is light-weight (I'm running, remember), has a rechargable battery, and it's waterproof (I do run in the rain).

        My only criticism is that it needs to be set in its own special dock to charge. I could see that getting lost easily. It would be better if the cable plugged straight into the battery pack. That would probably add to the weight though, so I guess it's a trade off.

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