£40.00

 £40.00

 £40.00

Product Code: AC210102

Colour:
  • Lt Green

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The Spot Headlamp powers through the darkness, whether you're trail finding during an alpine start or hunting for rap anchors at midnight.

Incredibly adaptable and super bright with 90 lumens at max setting, this compact powerhouse has a mode customizable to any fast-paced activity, from distance to dimming to strobe. Red SinglePower LEDs provide proximity lighting without cycling through the white mode, so you won't accidentally compromise night vision. A lock mode prevents accidental battery drain in your pack or while stored, and a 3-level power meter means you'll never be caught with a dead headlamp hours from camp.


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Product Features

  • 1 TriplePower LED, 2 SinglePower white LEDs and 2 SinglePower red LEDs emit 90 lumens (max setting)
  • Sleek, low profile design uses 3 AAA batteries (included)
  • Settings include full strength in proximity and distance modes, dimming, strobe, red night vision and lock mode
  • Red night vision mode has proximity and strobe settings
  • Three level power meter shows remaining battery life for 3 seconds after switching headlamp on
  • Protected against splashing or sprayed water from any angle

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1 There is 1 review of this product

 
Can't wait to use it!
Reviewed By Rick, 03 Jan 2014

I have been looking at various replacements for my head torch that broke at the end of the last D of E season. I saw this Black Diamond torch in the Cotswold Christmas goodies brochure and after much comparison decided that this looked like the right combination of price and performance. I purchased it from the Webbs Cotswold store yesterday and have had a play with it having wrestled it from the packaging. It really does seem to be excellent and I now can't wait to use it out 'on the hill'. Looking for lost D of E teams in the dusk (or later) can be a challenge as can patrolling the campsite on the first night of the practice expedition.

Rick Solly, D of E Coordinator, Waseley Hills High School.