Black Diamond's brightest headlamp that can handle needs for both super long-range power and close quarters lighting in one unit
The brightest headlamp in the Black Diamond line, the Icon illuminates the night like no other. A professional-level headlamp for serious cavers, climbers, and explorers, this high-powered headlamp features a TriplePower LED spotlight plus 4 SinglePower LEDs that emit 100 lumens in the max setting.
Seven different settings, from spotlight to proximity lighting, and a faceted reflector that maximizes the distance of the beam, give you the best options for long- and close-range lighting. Powered by 4 AA batteries or the fully rechargeable NGR battery, the Icon has power meter indicators that let you know when you're above 50 percent power, above 20 percent power, and when you're about to run out of power and are below 20 percent. Like most Black Diamond headlamps, the Icon is protected against splashing and water spray from any angle.
- LED Type: TriplePower (3-watt), 4 SinglePower
- Lumens: 100
- Max Distances: 100 meters (TriplePower LED), 23 meters (4 SinglePower LEDs)
- Max Burn Time: 145 hours (TriplePower LED), 164 hours (4 SinglePower LEDs)
- Batteries: 4 AA included; NRG compatible (sold separately)
- Weight without batteries: 4.1 ounces
- IPX Rating: 4
About Black Diamond
At Black Diamond, it's all about climbing and skiing. The company shares the same experiences you do on rock, ice, and snow and these experiences push them to make the best gear possible for a worldwide family of climbers and skiers.
What began with a backyard anvil and a hammer has grown into a global company with offices on three continents that's not just for rock climbers, but one that stands for the spirit of the sports we live and the value of their place in society. Since 1957, Black Diamond's innovative gear designs have set the standards in numerous areas. This is partly the result of dedication, desire and diligence on the part of an incredible team of people--and the fact that they are all climbers and skiers themselves.