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- Super-compact with (3-AAAs included) batteries located in the front housing
- Contains one TriplePower LED and four SinglePower LEDs, offering a powerful blend of long-range and close-range lighting for photographers, cyclists, climbers, ultrarunners, alpinists and skiers.
- 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.
- Three brightness settings for each type of lighting including a strobe setting
- Parabolic reflector provides good distance lighting with the one-watt LED
- Tiltable housing
- Titanium color ONLY (w/ red & black headband)
- Attaches to bike helmet with Y301 strap (see above)
- Use NiMH or Alkaline batteries only (do NOT use Lithiums)
I have used both the Black Diamond Spot and the Princeton Tec EOS headlamps (they both use a self contained AAA battery compartment and are similar in weight). I prefer the EOS for cycling because it less modes to cycle through (no pun intended) and is a little more directional. For general purpose camping or backpacking, I prefer the Spot as it has a two LED sources — the low output 3-LEDs burns forever and is nice and diffused for work around camp or for coiling up ropes at the end of a long day climbing.
Burn time: 50 hours on TriplePower LED; 200 hours on SinglePower LEDs
Weight Without Batteries (cliamed): 54 g (1.9 oz)