Black Diamond Sprinter 275 Headlamp
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The Black Diamond Sprinter 275 Headlamp Sprinter 275 is purpose-built for longer distance pre-dawn/post-sunset runs that require the reassurance of longer battery life and you can easily track battery life with a six-setting, three-LED batter meter.
- Emits 275 lumens on max setting
- Perforated elastic headband purpose-built for running with excellent front/back balance
- Red taillight strobe with on/off programmability for visibility in urban areas
- Modular design uses new BD 1800 Rechargeable mAh battery or standard AAA alkaline battery
- Six-setting 3 LED battery meter
- PowerTap Technology allows instant transitioning between full and dimmed power
- Brightness Memory allows to turn light on/off at same brightness without revert back to full power
- Multifaceted optical lens design
- Maximum flexibility to utilize either the lithium ion BD 1800 battery or Alkaline cells.
- 1 year manufacturer warranty against defects in material and workmanship
|Weight With Batteries||116 g|
|Batteries||3 x AAA or BD 1800|
- AAnonymousI recommend this productRated 5 stars2 years agoOne headlamp quiver
This headlamp is terrific. It is super versatile and very lightweight for the illumination that you get. This headlamp is very bright but also has less bright options that greatly stretch the battery life. It is well weighted with a rear battery pack for slow and fast movement in the backcountry. The ability to use rechargeable or disposable batteries is clutch for multi-day outings where charging might be difficult. This headlamp will replace all of my other headlamps.Was this helpful?
- AAnonymousI recommend this productRated 5 stars2 years agoMy all-around headlamp
This thing is exactly what I want in an all-around headlamp. The rear battery pack gives it a nice balance for running, skiing, or climbing. It's compact enough to bring along when you think you might need something, and it's bright enough to ski in a pinch. I really like the power tap option for quick route-finding checks, and I even found the main button to be OK to use with gloves on. Which, to be honest, really surprised me.Was this helpful?