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Black Diamond ReVolt Headlamp

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    Charge your headlamp at the office or at the trailhead.

    Recharge your Black Diamond ReVolt Headlamp from a USB charger from your car or laptop. If you're in a pinch and can't recharge (a.k.a. camping), throw some some AAA batteries in. Dial in the right amount of light with proximity and distance settings, or throw yourself a quick little camp rave with the strobe setting. An adjustable headband lets you throw it on over your helmet when you're out biking, 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.

    • LED
    • Proximity, distance, dim, strobe, and red night vision modes
    • Black diamond AAA rechargeable batteries, or standard alkaline or lithium
    • 300 hour run time (alkaline) 190 (NiMH)
    • 1 lockable button
    • Adjustable headband
    • Tilt adjustment
    • Item #BLD006L

    Tech Specs

    Bulbs
    1 TriplePower LED, 4 SinglePower LED (2 white, 2 red)
    Power Source
    3 AAA alkaline or 3 AAA NiMH
    Backup Power Source
    no
    Batteries Included
    yes, 3 AAA alkaline and 3 AAA NiMH
    Battery Location
    front housing
    Tiltable Housing
    yes
    Voltage Regulator
    yes
    Modes
    distance, proximity, red, night-vision
    Lumens
    130
    Max Distance
    70 m
    Burn Time
    [alkaline] 70 - 300 hours, [NiMH] 12 - 190 hours
    Claimed Weight
    (with batteries) 3.4 oz
    Recommended Use
    hiking & camping, climbing, ski mountaineering, travel
    Manufacturer Warranty
    3 years

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    Great Headlamp

      This headlamp has worked well so far. The feature to allow USB and battery power is very nice! It provides great light with varying modes. I've had issues with these headlamps short circuiting but so far so good. Black diamond was great at warrantying it when that did occur.

      A flashlight for your head

        This is my fourth headlamp from Black Diamond and it is definitely not because the other ones have died or given up. I simply just can’t get enough of them, i have a stockpile of them! I have one for each car and two for camping. I’ve had Petzl’s before and I can’t say that I didn’t like them but I just love the price point of BD’s lamps and the fact that I do not need to recharge them when I am in a bind all I have to do is snag some batteries from my stashes drop out the rechargeable ones and be on my way.

        Good headlamp with a weak headband

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        Bought a second recently and highly recommend it. Bright and consistent spotlight, very easy to control - also with gloved hand.
        The only con - weak headband. It starts to wear out almost instantly. BD, please make headband more solid or make it replaceable.

        Strong for how little

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        I do my share of night riding and this head lamp has made it so much easier for me to see when I decide to go into the trees just to keep getting that pow. Battery life not too bad, piece is just right and you know when you get anything Black Dimond its going to be good.

        Disappointing

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        I purchased the ReVolt while on a trip in the Eastern Sierras to replace my older generation BD Storm headlamp that died. The old Storm was great, the ReVolt is not.

        The on/off button is really hard to find with light gloves on as there is no kind of bump to feel for where to press (as the old Storm had), which is a very small spot in the middle of the rubber button.

        BD changed how it switches from the spotlight to floodlight modes. On my old storm you simply turned it on then off and on again and it would alternate between them each time. With the ReVolt now you have to rapidly press the on button twice for it to turn flood mode on. This wouldn't be a problem for me if the on button wasn't so difficult to find with gloves on, but because of that it makes it all the more finicky.

        Another thing I found bothersome, although in practice did not really cause any problems, is that the beam angle is too high . I found myself using the ReVolt with it angled almost as far down as it could go just to have a comfortable downward light angle. Again, isn't an actual problem, but to me seemed like sloppy design that I would not expect from BD.

        Finally, my biggest gripe besides the on/off button is the red light projection, which is a majorly important feature for me when I am photographing or stargazing at night as I need to maintain my natural night vision. On my old Storm light the red LEDs had a nice wide even spread, but on the ReVolt they are now narrowly focused and have a splotchy uneven beam. Just more sloppy design IMO.

        Overall I found the ReVolt to be a disappointing deviation from the typically first-class design found with Black Diamond products. I'd like to try the new generation of the Storm headlamp to see how it compares with my favored old gen, and if it suffers from the same design issues as the ReVolt. Otherwise, I hope BD can learn from feedback like this to come back with better product next time.

        Great headlamp for a great Price

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        This headlamp may not be the brightest headlamp but it will last you the longest! Plus it comes with a usb charger and rechargeable batteries that charge up super fast. If you're looking for a head lamp with rechargeable batteries or that are going to last you the whole trip with not having to charge it alot or put new batteries in, Look no further!

        My go to headlamp

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        I own multiple Black Diamond ReVolt headlamps and I could not be happier. I especially like the feature to be able to charge via USB which is useful for car applications as I will charge up the headlamp while driving to trips. The fact that the headlamp comes with both rechargeable and lithium disposable batteries is a plus. The total hours of light of up to 300 with lithium ion batteries is crazy.

        Great headlamp

          This is my second revolt and I couldn't be happier. Has a locking feature so you don't drain your batteries all day in your pack. Charges fast and come with a set of rechargeable AAAs and and set of alkaline AAAs. Way to go black diamond!

          Revolt, but not revolted.

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          Awesome! I've had mine for 2+ years now, have done easily over 75 dawn patrols, late nights getting back to the car from climbing, and alpine starts - and im still on the same batteries that came with it.

          Super bright - i've even skied in the dark with it.

          Also compatible with normal AAA batteries - just in case.

          Has a simple and no frills "keep off" function - so you accidentally don't leave it on.

          Charges off micro usb - compatible with most micro usb cords and charges in a couple of hours and stays bright for hours and hours or use.

          Great Headlamp

          • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

          This headlamp is great, it has a dimming feature which works well, there is a red light which can be turned on and I love the fact that it works with rechargeable batteries or can be charged with usb. It will be a perfect camping headlamp for the summer!

          Love the battery versatility

          • Familiarity: I've used it several times

          Overall the headlamp has a good variety of beam options (standard, close proximity flood, and red) I wish the standard beam was a bit more focused. Having the ability to adjust the brightness of each is also very Best feature, by far, is the ability to use re-chargeable or standard AAA batteries. Overall, this is certainly one of the better headlamps I have ever used, and would certainly recommend it to anyone in the market for a do-anything lamp.

          Just Purchased A Second One

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          There are only a few pieces of gear I tell my friends and family that they absolutely need - this is one of them. This headlamp is the perfect union of simple design and high-end functionality. It's very bright, but has a dimmer feature which comes in handy if you don't want to blind your campmates. The fact that you can recharge this via USB is one of the biggest selling points for me. It charges quickly and lasts for what seems like an eternity on a single charge. I finally purchased a second one because my wife kept borrowing mine and I just can't hike/camp without it.

          a campers must have

          • Familiarity: I've used it several times

          if you plan on doing any type of camping at all you need this headlight. its super bright, light weight, comfortable to wear, and looks great. I was glad to have the different setting on the lumen power levels.

          Great for night time Nordic skiing

            Great light for Nordic skiing at night - plenty bright to light up the trail far enough ahead to see where you're going, and with enough brightness up close so you can see the condition of the track. Plus it's plenty comfortable on your head so as to be basically unnoticeable, but stays put even when worn over a hat.

            Unanswered Question

            Will this headlamp work with Goal Zero batteries? I know it won't charge them, but say if I charged the batts on their own, would they work? Or is it just BD or standard single-use compatibility?