Black Diamond Storm 375 Headlamp

Item No. 793661-620640


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Product Description

PowerTap™ Technology allows instant transitioning between full, 375-lumen light and dimmed power
Brightness Memory allows you to turn the light on and off at a chosen brightness without reverting back to full power
Regulated for constant light output
Compact, low-profile design uses 4 AAA batteries
Settings include full strength in proximity and distance modes, dimming, strobe, red, green and blue night-vision and lock mode
IP67-rated to be waterproof and dustproof; the sealed housing withstands immersion over 1 m for 30 min.

Customer Reviews

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Love the locking feature so it won’t turn on in my pack.
November 29, 2019
1 month ago
five star
Very great headlamp, with lots of features including RGB night vision, power tap, etc., although it is heavy, it is still very good.
October 26, 2019
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Five Star
Very great headlamp with tons of features, although the storm headlamp is not the award winning headlamp, still very good
October 26, 2019
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Great torch - but Powertap no longer works..
Got the previous Storm with 500 lumens late last year for my ultra paddle board race. 220km and the torch did its thing perfectly for the night slog in rain and morning fog. But just last week when I took it out of the bag to take it camping, I noticed that the Powertap sensor on the side no longer works. I use it sparingly, usually at its dimmest and only Powertap it when I need it on demand. But that's no longer working. Now I'm forced to use the dimmer mode with the cycle loop from the main top button and not getting much response even after mailing support with the problem I got. I hope warranty is as good as it says.. Barely a year.
October 23, 2019
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Bright light!
Got this lamp for work. It’s great! I like the max brightness setting on the side. It makes it easy to save battery when not needing the extra light and then have max by a tap of the button. It also works great with gloves on.
October 5, 2019
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storm 375 headlamp
I bought this headlamp to increase the light levels when biking and trail running in recreation time through the winter months but primarily for work.I spend a lot of time in remote parts of the country in all weathers. All the good points around good design, construction don't really matter as I find the headlamp utterly useless. I've used it twice with good quality batteries and within 30-40 minutes on full beam it goes dim as the batteries have been drained of power. Its not cold at this time of year so its not that.
The lamp just cant stay on full power for long using alkaline batteries. Its a big thumbs down from me and not something I can work around. It just doesnt work to a level I need it to.
September 2, 2019
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Has a mind of its own!
Can't believe this headlamp :-( ! I turn it on, it's dim then I hold down the button and it goes to Max brightness, stays there for a second and then goes dim again. Powertap doesn't work. Now it won't even switch off!! I have to remove batteries! Very disappointed and will be returning it. "Instructions' that came with it are next to useless!
August 11, 2019
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Great light but need good batteries
I'v done some measurements:

@6V, Power full here are the current measurements:
Spot: 470mA
Flood: 189mA
Red: 79mA
Green/Blue: 94mA
Full power (both white leds: 680mA

@6V, lowest power:
Spot: 5,4mA
Flood: 17mA
Red: 21mA
Green/Blue: 18mA

Power reserve activates under 3,1V

All the measurements are done with a bench power supply so that the results are not affected by the quality of some batteries.

Reading the numbers means that an 800mAh NiMh rechargeable set will drain after 1h at full power. If the quality of the batteries are low then they will have a higher voltage drop for a higher current, resulting in activating the power saving mode.

Recomendation is to use the highest quality of batteries (rechargeables) available. If quality is low avoid full power!

This is the downside of using high power leds. (All other high power headlight use LiIon rechargeable batteries with high capacity >2000mAh)
August 8, 2019
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Very Bright Headlamp!
So glad I had this for a 1:00am start at Mount Rainier... I could see everything in front of me!
July 28, 2019
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The lamp doesn’t work properly and the light dims after a few seconds (even with brand new batteries going back to the store for a refund.
July 18, 2019
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