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Sprinter Rechargeable Headlamp - Past Season
Designed for everyday pre-dawn/post-sunset use, the USB-rechargeable Sprinter, now with 200 lumens of power, is ready for any trail in any weather. READ MORE
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Designed for everyday pre-dawn/post-sunset use, the USB-rechargeable Sprinter, now with 200 lumens of power, is ready for any trail in any weather. Learn More
DescriptionWith a sleek rechargeable design and excellent fore-aft balance, the 200-lumen Black Diamond Sprinter Headlamp is a versatile, all-weather light that's ideal for high-impact use on the trail or the skin track. A red taillight strobe in the rear adds visibility in urban areas but can be turned off when you’re on the trails. The lithium polymer battery recharges through a USB port in 5 hours, and a stormproof design keeps it going strong in any weather with regulation for constant illumination throughout the battery life.
- 1 TriplePower LED with 200 lumens (max setting) projects a strong, oval beam
- Red taillight strobe with on/off programmability for visibility in urban areas
- Powered by a lithium polymer rechargeable battery (5-hour USB charge time)
- Settings include full strength, dimming and strobe
- Regulated for constant illumination on all brightness settings
- IPX4: Storm proof—Tested to withstand rain and sleet from any angle.
Lumens : 200
Weight With Batteries : 105 g (3.7 oz)
Max Distances : [High] 50 m
[Low] 2 m
[Low] 2 m
Max Burn Time : [Low] 42 H
[Average] 24 H
[High] 4 H
[Average] 24 H
[High] 4 H
IPX Rating : x4
LED Type : 1 TriplePower
Batteries : Rechargeable lithium polymer
Sprinter Headlamp Brightness Memory
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Sprinter Rechargeable Headlamp - Past Season is rated out of 5 by 35.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Paul G from Great light with some missing details I've owned two of this most recent model. The first needed a warranty replacement after just one year when the battery pack swelled up and died after being stored away for a few months. The second has not had these issues, and has been a reliable, versatile light for trail running, caving, camping, etc. However, there a few details that I find to be irritating, especially for the price paid: - The buttons hardly have any tactile feedback. Especially with gloves in the winter, it is frustrating to adjust the rear red light, for example, because you can't feel the button being pressed. I often have to take it off to check that I've switched into the intended red mode, which leads to the second issue... - The main headband strap pops out from the battery pack buckle too easily. If I don't carefully slip the headlamp onto my head and stretch it too far when putting on, the strap inevitably slips out between the plastic fingers. The strap should be stiffer, or the gap for unthreading be made smaller to prevent this from happening under normal use.
Date published: 2020-02-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by Johnny V from Sprinter Rechargeable Headlamp I bought t his last month and it gets used every night. It's compact and light, throws a lot of light, is to recharge, the band is easy to adjust, and the indicator light gives plenty of warning to recharge.
Date published: 2020-01-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by FLUltraGuy from Love it, but a couple important issues... I'll start by saying I'm pretty well versed with this headlamp, having owned 3. I run exclusively in the early mornings, and probably put it through 5-7 hrs/wk. Here are the pros: Super snug and lightweight, like it's not even there. The illumination is fantastic and provides a lot of variation. The battery power is burly too. I usually charge it once every 2 weeks or so, and that's just to get ahead of any potential blackout mid-run. Cons: of the 3 I've owned, 2 shorted on me (the first Black Diamond gracefully replaced, the second just occurred). Also, the plastic holding the overhead strap is flimsy and has broken on two of the models. That strap not essential to keeping it on, however I liked having it as you don't have to tighten the main strap as tightly. I will say I live in Florida and sweat like a champ, so perhaps the product shorting is inevitable, however consistent with what another reviewer wrote, the USB port cover comes out easily and I'm assuming that's why two have failed on me. I do love it but those are the caveats that prevent me from giving it 5 stars.
Date published: 2019-11-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by 231Dave from Better than the Orginal I was a little skeptical the newer version of the Sprinter wouldn’t be as good as the original. The new Sprinter is as good if not better than the original. More adjustments on head strap Lighter and better balanced More rear light options and brighter. More front head light options. Still a good value. This time of year I use it everyday when I take the dog out.
Date published: 2019-11-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by Wannarunfaster from Best road running light out there I’ve had this light for a couple years. The light is powerful, the taillight is a bonus, it stays put and weighs almost nothing.
Date published: 2019-10-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by Mike from A good Light A good light with very good illumination and bright "tail" light. This makes for a good light for trail and road.
Date published: 2019-10-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by Anna from Great item I missed placed my original Sprinter headlamp so I purchased another one. However I did take off the over the head strap. I totally love this headlamp. Being rechargeable allows the use for many years. I also held it in my hand as a flashlight when walking my dog at night.
Date published: 2019-10-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by BobM from Best running headlamp I've used a previous generation of the sprinter for many years, and used it in a whole bunch of Ragnar races. It's extremely bright and so light that you don't even feel it. Rear blinkers add an extra element of safety. I like that it's rechargeable, so I don't need to worry about my batteries.
Date published: 2019-10-04