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|$14.19 - $18.95
|$14.99 - $18.95
Black Diamond Wiz Headlamp.
Let your kids experience the great outdoors with the Black Diamond Wiz Headlamp. The Black Diamond Wiz Headlamp provides sufficient lighting for your kids during camping trips at night. The Wiz headlamp is CPSIA certified and features child-safe screw closure and breakaway elastic safety strap that are safe and super easy to use. Moreover, it has two SinglePower LEDs that can sufficiently light up a trail or camping area. The headlamp's ultra-compact, batteries-in-the-front design also utilizes two AAA batteries that can last for hours. Even if your child fell asleep with the lights on, this headlamp automatically shuts off after two hours to prevent accidental battery drain. It also comes with settings that include full strength, dimming, and strobe. Designed to withstand any water splash or spray from any angle, the Wiz headlamp makes sure that your kid will have fun in and out of the house. It even sports a playful design that simply spells heaps of fun. Get the Black Diamond Wiz Headlamp right away!
This product can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.
This product has a limited warranty of 36 months.
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The Black Diamond Wiz Headlamps is a powerful and compact Black Diamond headlamp designed for kids. This Black Diamond headlamp features a child-safe screw closure and breakaway elastic safety strap, a simple on/off switch with dimming to control brightness levels, and an automatic shut down after two hours to avoid accidental battery drain. The Wiz headlamp meets all expectations of Black Diamond gear so children and young adventurers can enjoy the same performance and safety of the old farts they accompany on expeditions. I wrote farts.
Do your kids a favor and light up their path to adventure with the Black Diamond Wiz kids' headlamp. It's sized for smaller heads and easy for little fingers to adjust on the go.
Offering grown-up performance in kid-friendly sizes, colors and patterns, the Black Diamond Wiz caters to young adventurers. The Wiz's two LED bulbs cast light more than 65.6 feet and its two AAA Alkaline batteries provide up to 120 hours of burn time.
Don't leave out the kids! The 2010 Black Diamond Wiz headlamp lets youngsters enjoy hands-free lighting, just like the adults!
|Additional Info:||IPX Rating : 4|
|Available Color(s):||Classic Green, Fuchsia, True Blue, Electric Blue, Electric Pink|
|Average run time:||High: 35 / low: 50 hours|
|Batteries:||Two AAA Alkaline (included)|
|Battery:||2 AAA (included)|
|Battery Life:||120 Hours|
|Battery Type:||2 x AAA (included)|
|Beam distance:||High: 12 / low: 5 meters|
|Brightness levels:||1 + dimmer|
|Bulb:||16 Lumens, 2 SinglePower LEDs|
|Bulb detail:||2 LEDs|
|Bulbs:||2 SinglePower LEDs|
|Burn Time:||120 H, Powers off after 2 hours to avoid accidental battery drain|
|Burntime on High:||120 hours|
|Burntime on Low:||Not Provided|
|Case Pack Quantity:||10|
|Dimensions:||2.25 x 1.25 x 1.2 inches|
|Distance:||20 m (66 ft)|
|Distance on High:||66 ft / 20 m|
|Item Weight:||2.0 oz w/o batteries|
|LED Type:||2 SinglePower|
|Light Output:||16 lumens|
|Lumen Range:||0-49 Lumens|
|Max Burn Time:||120 hours|
|Max Burn Time on Lowest Setting:||120 hours|
|Max Burntime(S) ON Highest Setting:||20H|
|Max Burntime(S) ON Lowest Setting:||120m|
|Max Distance on Max Setting:||20 m|
|Max Distance(S) ON Highest Setting:||20m|
|Max Distance(S) ON Lowest Setting:||5m|
|Max Distances:||20 meters|
|Max Lumen Output:||16 Lumens|
|Max beam distance (m):||12 meters|
|Max light output (lumens):||16 lumens|
|Maximum Burn Time:||120 Hours|
|Modes:||Settings include full strength, dimming and strobe|
|Recommended Use:||Backpacking, Camping and General Use|
|Red light mode:||No|
|Retail Package Dimension:||4.1 x 4.5 x 1.7" / 10.5 x 11.5 x 4.2 cm|
|Weight:||Weight With Batteries : 56 g (2 oz)|
|Weight With Batteries:||32 g (1.1 oz)|
|Weight Without Batteries:||32 grams, 1.1 oz|
|Black Diamond Wiz Headlamp - - 2011 Blemished||$12.73|
|Black Diamond Wiz||$18.95 - $44.95|
I bought this kids headlamp for my 7 year old who is going on her first backpacking trip soon. Getting those 2 AAA batteries in this thing was like a crazy puzzle. Because it's marketed for a child who (apparently) is prone to removing the batteries and eating them, I guess? It comes with a tiny screw driver to loosen a tiny screw to open and close the battery compartment. Who's going to take this little screw driver with them everywhere this headlamp goes?! Why didn't they make it a flat head screw so you can use your leatherman tool or maybe a dime to open and close it?! Anyway, the screw was the first thing we removed and threw away. It works fine without it. Otherwise, easy to use the power button. It's just on/ off and the strap adjusts easily too.
I am no kid, but I use it a lot. It is simple and lightweight, perfect for working around camp. It doesn't have a long range, it is useful when working with your hands. The battery lasts a lot and it is very resistant.
It is not waterproof and the headband could get loose if you use for running or a bumpy activity.
The batteries need a small screwdriver to get changed but I took / lost my screw a while back and use it without it. It doesn't fall apart and I prefer the easy access to the battery tray.
Grabbed a couple of these to have as extras for when I go camping with my nephews. They're fully functional, basic headlamps just shrunk down a bit.
They have a screw closure (so little 'uns can't open these up and try to eat the batteries), but other than that they're pretty similar to a grown up model. With the adjustable headband, an adult could probably even use it in a pinch.
My little one got one of these for Christmas and she loves it. The fact it comes in pink and her size was a big plus. She has fun playing with it all over the house and when we are camping. It is plenty bright for her needs of navigating in the dark or going on some little adventure.
One pain is changing batteries, is it requires a screw driver.
These can usually be found at a fair price. Good little lamp. My daughter loves it. As noted, the batteries must be changed using a little screwdriver. As long as you know that, the rest is great. I assume there is a reason for it, being a kids lamp and all.
Great for kids. Simple to use. Bright enough for basic night time tasks.
I would recommend to my friends.
It's a comfortable fit and I love all the colors and patterns. The light range is pretty good! I love that the light will automatically go off after 4 hours, there are many times I forget to turn it off. It's kinda a pain to change the batteries, that is my only con.
my wife and I have 20 plus years between us leading extensive wilderness trips. We have learned to trust that black diamond makes quality gear. more than once I could say that I owe my continued life to black diamond gear.
We have two young girls so when we saw your headlamp marketed to kids we were sure that it would be a home run. It is, it is simple, bright, light weight and it fits their heads.
The packaging at Christmas was immediately chucked. When attempting to install the battery we were struck hard and fast. screw access to the battery necessitating a very small screwdriver (included)?
1. are we expected to carry the thing in the field? and not lose it into a creek etc
2. Even if we never took the lights in the field are we expected to not lose it.
It seems like a colossal fail in my book. a fail in terms of product testing. Clearly the light was never put into the hands of a parent because even organized parents like us would see that the screwdriver would be lost before the first change in batteries. the screw is so small that even one of those 8 in one screwdrivers or a Swiss army knife would not be able to open it.
Bad design, Black diamond should be ashamed. If I can find the packaging they are going back to the store...
Disappointed in a trusted brand.
We will get over it
It's a headlamp. It seems to work. It's small and reasonably priced. It's very similar to my old one from BD, except it's got 2 LEDs not 3.
However, BD has added A PHILIPS SCREW to the battery compartment. There's a small screwdriver in the package. Really? Am I supposed to carry a special screwdriver at all times on trips so I can swap out batteries in a headlamp? Seems like an afterthought to fix a design screw up.
very simple headlamp. I use it as a just in case head lamp in my car glove box. It is bright but only turns on hi on low and off. Super basic.
Bought these for all of my 4 nephew's when they were heading off to camp this summer. They were a hit and helpful as well. great inexpensive option.