Black Diamond Wiz Camping Headlamp-Blue

Priced: $18.90 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
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Black Diamond Wiz Camping Headlamp-Blue - Black Diamond Whiz Headlamp - Don't leave out the little campers! The Black Diamond kidâ??s Wiz headlamp lets youngsters enjoy head lighting just like the adults. The Wiz headlampâ??s compact sizing fits comfortably on smaller heads, and provides plenty of light for nighttime reading and walking around a dark campsite. A simple switch handles brightness levels, and the Wiz automatically turns off after two hours to save battery life. Tiltable housing lets a youngster adjust the natural direction of light to suit current needs. The Black Diamond Wiz is also thoroughly tested to stand up to kid-type abuse with a breakaway elastic strap and child-safe screw closure. With adult performance in a child-size package, the Black Diamond kidâ??s Wiz headlamp will light the way for younger adventurers.


  • CPSIA certified w/ child-safe screw closure & breakaway elastic safety strap


  • Single switch
  • 2 ounces (w/ batteries)
  • Full strength, dimming, & strobe settings
  • Uses 2 AAA batteries (included)
  • 2 LED bulbs
  • High-density plastic housing
  • Splash & spray-proof
  • Automatically powers off after 2 hours
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Black Diamond Wiz Camping Headlamp-Blue Reviews:


A rugged and durable headlamp designed for kids with fun graphics and colors. I would have liked it to have an adjustable beam and I thought it was a little too bright for kids. Perfect for kids who want both hands free to explore and play at night with the safety of a light.
Derek Roberts at on 12/09/2009
Headlamps have almost made flashlights obsolete. My tween kids take these camping with scouts. Never a problem and auto turn off pays for itself in saved batteries. Now if they just don't lose them!
R Jones at on 12/20/2009