Black Diamond Spot 325 Headlamp, Dark Olive, One Size

January 11, 2020 - Comment
Add to Cart $38.69Amazon.com Price
(as of April 7, 2020 01:49 GMT+0200 - Details)

The award-winning Spot 325 Headlamp is back, redesigned with a lower, lighter, and even brighter profile. Black Diamond updated the user interface to include a second switch for fuss-free lens mode selection, which allows you to switch easily between proximity and distance lighting, or change to strobe or red night-vision. Peripheral lighting comes in handy for close-range activities at camp, and if you turn the headlamp off at any point, Brightness Memory keeps track of your last used setting so you don’t have to fiddle with the headlamp each time.

Product Features

  • Bulbs: LED
  • Power Source: 3 AAA
  • Batteries Included: yes
  • Modes: proximity, distance, strobe, red-light
  • Lumens: [high] 325, [medium] 160, [low] 6

Comments

Anonymous says:

Not impressed / still waiting for a better headlamp This headlight was highly rated on more than one review site. If this is the best that’s out there, there’s plenty of room for innovation remaining. I’ve gone through many headlights and have yet to find anything close to perfection.1) This one has a large button but it’s just an illusion. The active area of the button is tiny. I have to use my fingernail to turn it on. The actual push point must be microscopic. The button does not have a good tactile feel to it at all.2) The…

Anonymous says:

The King of Headlaps This is my third headlamp purchase and by far my best. It’s lightweight, it fits comfortably, and wow is it BRIGHT! Note to users: it’s not intended for full-intensity running for long stretches. it will last a while at 325 (maximum), but save that for when you need it! The lower settings and optional lamps do the trick for 80-90% of your trekking and uses far less power doing so. But that’s just common sense, right? A bit confused by reviewers assuming running at maximum power this would last…

Anonymous says:

Burn time ten times less than advertised. We’ve lived off-grid for the past two decades and have used a dozen or so different headlamps for our evenings and nights over the years. We purchased two of these last week at a local outdoor store based solely on the package (and insert) claim of a 65 hour burn time at maximum brightness (325 lumens). Interestingly, on the Black Diamond website, the burn time for the Spot325 is listed as only 4 hours on maximum. If we’d had that information, we’d never have purchased these, as we rely on them…

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