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Black Diamond Storm 450 Headlamp

Item No. 793661-BD620671
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Black Diamond Storm 450 Headlamp


The Black Diamond Storm 450 Headlamp is the perfect companion for all your outdoor adventures. This lightweight, waterproof headlamp provides 450 lumens of bright, white light that will illuminate your path in any weather. The Storm 450 is loaded with features to make your outdoor experience easier and safer. It offers adjustable brightness settings, allowing you to customize the light to your needs. The red night-vision mode is perfect for preserving your night vision while still providing enough light to see your way. The lock mode prevents the light from accidentally turning on in your pack or pocket. With a low-battery indicator and a battery-saving mode, you never have to worry about running out of power. Whether you're camping, hiking, or backpacking, the Black Diamond Storm 450 Headlamp is the perfect choice for all your adventures.


  • Settings include full strength in proximity and distance modes, dimming, strobe, red, green and blue night-vision, and lock mode
  • Multifaceted optical efficiency lens technology
  • PowerTap™ Technology allows instant transitioning between full and dimmed power
  • Brightness Memory allows you to turn the light on and off at a chosen brightness without reverting back to default setting
  • IP67: Waterproof-Tested to operate at least 1.0 meters underwater for 30 minutes
  • Dual-Fuel: Maximum flexibility to utilize either the rechargeable Lithium Ion BD 1500 battery or Alkaline cells (included)
  • 450 Lumen max output


  • Display Weight
  • 92 g (AAA), 86.5 g (BD1500)
  • Max Distance
  • (High) 120 m, (Medium) 60 m, (Low) 12 m
  • Weight Without Batteries
  • 59 g
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