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We've all been there—you finish setting up camp just before sundown and then turn on your headlamp to see it flicker its last bit of light as soon as you turn it on. Normally, you're out of luck if you didn't bring spare batteries; not so with the Black Diamond ReVolt Headlamp. It features AAA batteries that are rechargeable via USB, so you can charge it through your car output, solar panel, or laptop. You can even toss in some regular AAA batteries in a pinch.
Dial in the right amount and type of light for the task at hand with proximity, distance, strobe, red night-vision, and dimmer settings. An adjustable headband allows for hands-free illumination, and a tilt function gets you the right angle for seeing what's coming at you. The three-level power meter takes the guesswork out of how much juice you have left.
- Compact headlamp that's rechargeable via USB
- Includes 3 rechargeable AAA batteries
- Multiple modes handle a wide variety of tasks
- Three-level power meter shows battery life for three seconds
- IPX8 waterproof rating submersion up to 1 meter
- Night-vision mode activates without cycling through white light
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- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I bought this because I've had other Black Diamond headlamps but wanted something a little brighter than what i had. This is great! I like having the variable brightness so easily accessible when I don't need such a bright light. I'd recommend this product.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Overall, I love this headlamp. The rechargeable batteries and the ability to put in AAA batteries should you be in the situation where charging can't happen is a HUGE plus for me. I really hate wasting a lot of batteries so being able to easily recharge this little guy via USB charger is perfect. As far as the light goes, I love the many different brightness options / red light, works perfectly for running in the dead of night or setting up camp and trying not to blind your buddies. I will say, as far as a running headlamp, this one is a little on the heavier side. I've done some night runs with it because I dig the brightness it offers but the actually body of the headlamp is pretty heavier and bounces around a lot even when tightened way down to my head. Other than that, no complaints as all, this headlamp is my new go-to!
Great little bright light
Love that it is rechargeable using in our trailer as a bedside light also
Great bedside light in our little trailer.
Why even have a charging port?
I've used this headlamp for a couple months now every night for at least an hour and it hasn't shown any decrease in brightness. I'm starting to wonder if BD somehow discovered cold fusion and snuck the technology onto my forehead lamp before the soviets could find it.
10/10 would buy again
Light up the Darkness
Plain and simple, this is a light that will get you through the dark times. The rechargeable USB is so valuable since I don't even know where to buy batteries anymore. Different modes and adjustability make this a do-it-all headlamp that will show you the way.
The tech specs on this headlamp lists a high lumens of 300. Black Diamond also lists a high lumens of 300 but other websites show a high of only 130 lumens. Which is correct?
Hey Wing - The ReVolt Headlamp has a high lumens of 300. I own this headlamp and would highly recommend it. If you do run it at 300 lumens the battery will not last as long. Feel free to contact me directly with any additional questions.
- Kyle L. - Expert Gearhead - email@example.com - 801-736-4337
Does this have the power tap function?