Generate easy hands-free light for your work or camp site using the Black Diamond Cosmo LED Headlamp, which features 6 lighting modes, including red night vision, and can create up to 160 lumens of light. The push-button switch offers simple operation, while the tiltable housing is rated for IPX4 water resistance, allowing use in harsh weather.
Features and Benefits
1 DoublePower and 2 SinglePower LEDs can create up to 160 lumens of light
Provides illumination for up to 200 hours on DoublePower and 250 hours on SinglePower with 3 AAA batteries (included)
Rated for IPX4 water resistance, allowing use in rain and sleet
6 lighting modes
Push-button switch provides simple use
Manufacturer warranty - general:
3 years limited
Up to 160 lumens
Up to 200 hours on DoublePower, up to 250 hours on SinglePower
Product weight (oz.):
Number of Batteries:
What's in the Box
Black Diamond Cosmo LED Headlamp
3 AAA batteries
Rated 5 out of
Bicycle Mike from
Great Value!I have to admit I bought this for a work light as I am often sticking my head in cabinets to work or cleaning up at the end of a long installation and need some light to load up. The single switch is quite intuitive but you will get better with practice.The light itself is very bright and can dim if you need it to. The strap is simple and strong and of course adjustable.The tilt works fine and comes in very handy.I am sure to end up buying another light soon from BD for my ski gear. These are lightweight, very bright and totally adjustable.
Date published: 2017-07-06
Rated 5 out of
Best headlamp hands down!!!I run a lot at night I have been using a much older head lamp. The headlamp blows it away. Super bright, easy control buttons to use while running. Very comfortable on my head that I forget it is there. best of all, the light is so bright that I now run with a bit more confidence knowing cars can see me from far away.
Date published: 2017-04-17
Rated 4 out of
Must have survivability tool.Another wonderful product from Black Diamond. This is a great headlamp for practicing climbing rescue in real conditions.