LIGHT UP THE SEND
Black Diamond lighting products have always led the industry with the best technology available to the market. This year we have added features, changed the interface, and improved the overal experience of our line. Find out which headlamp best fits your next climb, run, or ski.
DIGITAL LOCK OUT
To ensure your headlamp doesn't turn on in your pack we have included a quick, easy-to-use 3 second digital lockout feature by holding down both switches.
BATTERY POWER METER
A detailed 3 LED solution providing the user with a more accurate, 6 setting battery life reading.
DUAL SWITCH USER INTERFACE
An easy-to-use interface designed to simplify the experience with an easy ON/OFF and a secondary switch to cycle between lenses Providing a seamless solution for matching the best light output with the desired activity
Narrow, long distance light output ideal for trail running, biking, climbing, and skiing
Red light output helps preserve one's night-vision
Even, wide light dispersion that is ideal for reading, cooking, and hiking
Black Diamond is launching a new battery life testing protocol. In 2002 we collaborated with other manufacturers to create a testing method to define 'beam distance' and 'battery runtime'. We collectively called this the "Moonlight Standard" which was based on the amount of light from a full moon on a clear night. In 2009 a new protocol was approved by ANSI (American National Standards Institute); BD was part of the creation of this standard. This new FL-1 Standard will now be adopted by BD and other outdoor-industry manufacturers and we will include battery life testing down to 10% of the original output.
From the time the product reaches 10% of original light output, we will continue to run the battery until it reaches a threshold of 0.25 lux at 4 meters. This is the amount of light we feel is usable for many activities. This new " Reserve Time" will also be represented on packaging and other marketing materials. Testing "beam distance" to the FL-1 protocol is the same as our original Moonlight Standard, again using 0.25 lux as the cutoff mark.