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Black Diamond Astro 150 Lumens Headlamp

SKU# BDI_11124

The compact yet powerful Astro is an ideal headlight to bring as a backup or emergency light on any outdoor adventure. It withstands rain from any angle, has dimming and strobe modes to suit all sorts of situations, and turns on at the last setting you used without reverting back to full power. Three AAA batteries on minimum settings cast 8m of light and last for an estimated 100 hours.

Availability: In stock

$49.99
  • Aluminium
  • Black
  • Denim
  • Octane

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Features

  • One TriplePower LED emits 150 lumens
  • Sleek, low-profile design uses three AAA batteries (included)
  • Settings include full strength, dimming and strobe
  • Brightness Memory allows you to turn the light on and off at a chosen brightness without reverting back to full power
  • Stormproof: withstands rain and sleet from any angle (IPX 4)

Specifications

Light Source 1 x DoublePower LED
Maximum Output 100 lumens
Beam Range With fresh batteries:
40m on max, 8m on min
Burn Time With fresh batteries (estimated):
100 hours on min, 40 hours on max
Water Resistance (IPX Rating) 4
Weight with Batteries 80g
Batteries 3 x AAA (included)

Care

Ensure that your headlamp is clean and dry before and after each use and before storage. DO NOT STORE A WET HEADLAMP. To dry it, turn your headlamp off and open the battery door. Remove the batteries and allow the housing to air dry thoroughly before closing it.

  • Do not artificially heat your headlamp to dry it
  • If your headlamp has been exposed to salt water, it must be rinsed with fresh water then dried and assembled to prevent corrosion
  • Use a mild soap and freshwater rinse to clean the elastic strap
  • Do not clean in washing machine, dishwasher or with a high-pressure hose
  • Do not scrub with abrasive substances or surfaces
  • If the battery contacts are corroded, remove the corrosion by sanding lightly with a fine-grain emery cloth

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