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Lampe frontale Storm

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Couleur: Aluminum | Taille: Unique
Descriptif technique
MarqueBlack Diamond
Poids de l'article91 g
Dimensions du produit (L x l x h)5,1 x 5,1 x 5,1 cm
Piles :4 AAA - incluse(s)
Référence BD620626
Poids 90 grammes
Couleur Aluminum
Batterie(s) / Pile(s) incluse(s) Oui
Batterie(s) / Pile(s) requise(s) Oui
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Moyenne des commentaires client 4.5 étoiles sur 5 2 commentaires client
Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon 15.256 en Luminaires et Eclairage (Voir les 100 premiers)
Date de mise en ligne sur Amazon.fr2 mai 2016
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• Catégorie: lampes de poche • Alimentation: pile Équipement • Support: bandeau • Nombre LED: 8 Dimensions • Poids: 110 g Lampe • Type: lampe frontale • Application: sport de montagne • Source d'énergie: piles Fonctions • Ampoule: 6 • Autonomie: 20 h - 150 h • Eclairage: 80 m • Eclairage: 250 lm

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Complètement satisfait du produit, une puissance parfaite pour de la rando nocturne, s'adapte facilement à la luminosité ambiante. La livraison s'est bien déroulé, dans les temps indiqués.
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Le produit il est très complet.
Il réponds à mes attentes.
Pour l'instant je n'ai pas eu l'opportunité de l'utiliser pour une longue période pour voir la consommation des batteries.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Fantastic Lamp!! 15 mai 2016
Par Michael K - Publié sur
Taille: UniqueCouleur: octane
Absolutely Love this light! Quick background on myself, I work on diesel engines and heavy trucks for a living and use a headlamp every single day at work. I would be lost without one. I previously had the BD Storm 160 lumen and Loved it. Used and abused it and man it kept on going. Unfortunately I had to warranty it out at a local store, which is where I found the newest version of the Storm- the 250 lumen. Still takes 4 AAA batteries like the Storm 160 and same great orange color. I also love the pad they added to cushion the light against your head, seems to work well. One part that I am really excited about is the latch/door hinge mechanism for changing out the batteries. Very easy to flip the latch and swing the back panel open to expose the batteries. When you close this latch shut, you can feel it clamping down on the seal and has a very solid feel. No removing a screw or trying to pry the two halves apart. I find this small detail genius in my book considering I change out batteries on a frequent basis. When wearing the lamp, it has a light feel to it. Light enough to where most folks with a smaller frame would be comfortable wearing it for extended periods of time.

As far as battery life, I can't comment on it at this time. I use the best rechargeables I can get and always have a set ready to go. If I notice something worth noting as far as battery life I will update this review as needed.

As far as areas of improvement, I hope that Black Diamond would consider looking at the headband. I use and abuse my tools and equipment more than most. The last two BD lamps that I've had, the headband would get stretched and worn due to grease, oil and sweat as well as constant on and off throughout the day. I tried purchasing replacement headbands but was not able to find them and had to purchase new lamps.

Overall, I'm amazed at this lamp. It's amazing, when you start using one, especially like this, the number of uses you'll find for it. I've included a few pics. I highly recommend.
63 internautes sur 66 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Overall: Just a "good" Headlamp. Frustrating buttons/operation, mild discomfort, and annoying strap prevent it from being great. 25 juin 2016
Par Steve - Publié sur
Taille: UniqueCouleur: Matte Black Achat vérifié
The first few drafts of this review that I wrote were very negative. It was going to be a two star review. I had some serious complaints about the way the Black Diamond Storm was designed, and I wrote extensively about it.

But I have had a change of heart. Not a total change, but a big enough of a shift to go from a two star review to a four star review, and for me to throw out the old drafts out and start a new review. This will be a lengthy write up, but here is my TL;DR:

Overall, this headlamp is good. Better than "okay" but not "great" or "amazing."

Pros: It is very, very bright. It gets good battery life, especially on lower settings. It has a million different settings. It is waterproof, and it is easy to change batteries.

Cons: It might have a lot of features, but it is complicated to navigate to a lot of them using only the one button and the annoying touch surface. The headlamp can be uncomfortable to wear for long periods of time (in my experience), and the strap adjustments tend to come loose after long periods of use.

A run down of all the photos I have attached to this review is included at the bottom of this review.

Now, on with the long write up:------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

I had my previous headlamp for about ten years before it broke. It was expensive, about $130 ten years ago, but it lasted me a long time, and it did everything I wanted. Functionally, it was perfect. That lamp gave up the ghost after ten years of almost daily use at work. I am a theatrical electrician and rigger, I work in theaters, in the dark, at height. My old headlamp I would wear for 8-10 hours a day, five to 6 days a week. Even though it was ten years old, I would buy another one today if I could get a new one. I tried extensively to repair my old headlamp before looking at new options.

(My old headlamp was a Petzl Myo XP, for those curious)

I did some extensive research, my biggest complaint about my old headlamp was that it was heavy. It was comfortable, but heavy. I was impressed with all the advances in headlamp tech that had taken place over the past ten years. I decided to give the Black Diamond Storm a shot because:

-It was about half the weight of my old headlamp
-It was about half the cost of my old lamp
-It is about 25% brighter than my old lamp
-It is reviewed well by sites like Amazon and The Wirecutter.
-It comes from a company with a good reputation. My old Headlamp was a Petzel, and all of my safety harness gear for work is also made by Petzel, but Black Diamond has been around for the long time and I am not a brand loyalist to that extent.

The reason why I originally went negative with the review was out of frustration. This was a good, bright headlamp ruined because of a couple questionable design choices/sacrifices. Before getting in to what made me change my mind, I will discuss what I still think are the two or three flaws:

-The operation of this light is unnecessarily complicated. I have never used an illumination device (headlamp or flashlight) that has made using it so difficult. I understand that it has a lot of different modes, but even with the charts provided, figuring them all out is unbelievably difficult. On the first day I brought this to work, I got it stuck in red and green mode, and it took myself and another coworker five minutes of messing around with it to get it back to white mode, even while looking at the charts in the manual. Even then, neither of us knew what we had done to get it out of red/green mode, it just happened by accident. I understand that this headlamp has a lot of modes that need to be reached, but the way they do it is really complicated and confusing. I'd rather just cycle through the modes, as annoying as it is.

-The second "button" is also a pain. It's not really a button, it's just a touch surface. I can't use it when I'm wearing work gloves (which is frequently), but even if I'm not wearing gloves it is hit or miss (about 50/50) whether the "press" on the "button" is registered on the first attempt. Why can't they just make it have two regular buttons? I don't know.

Additionally, I was frustrated by the strap and just general comfort of the lamp. The strap would always come loose while I was wearing it which would result in the lamp sliding down my face, not ideal while working. Additionally, while I was first using it, the weight of the headlamp and poor strap/pad design made some pressure points on my forehead.

SO, what made me change my mind, and this review? ---------------------------------------------------------------------

First of all, after a couple days of begrudging use at work (I had no other option) I got used to the basic use of the controls of the headlamp. If you asked me if I could make the lamp strobe in red, I would shrug, I have no idea what combination of presses and holds would do that, but the basic operation (on/off and dimming) are all done with the single top button. I'm content to pretend that the other modes and the horrid side touch target just don't exist. (I attempted to cover the touch target with some tape to prevent it from being accidentally triggered, but it works even with tape covering it, but oddly enough doesn't work when I am wearing work gloves).

Comfort: Again, I had to use this at work because I had no other option, and although the first two or so days of wear were downright painful, I eventually discovered that this headlamp is much more comfortable when worn further up my forehead. What I mean by this: I wore my old headlamp only about 3/4 of an inch above my eyebrows, pretty low down on my forehead, but that was what I was used to. Eventually I discovered that the comfort of this lamp is improved dramatically if you wear it further up your forehead, in my case about 2.5 inches above my eyebrows. I have a Peyton Manning sized forehead so I have lots of space to play around there. Higher up, the pad that rests on your forehead makes much more even contact, and doesn't just sit on two pressure points like it does when lower down.

The fact that the pad sits evenly on my forehead also made the strap stay tight a little better, but it would still come loose eventually. For now, I have remedied this with a paperclip, but it is a hack. I would say that Black Diamond needs to do some rethinking on the strap/clasp/forehead pad part of this product. It is the main weak point of the product.

Full Disclosure, by a strange turn of events, I ended up with a second identical one of these (see photo 16). Having two is convenient because now I can keep one in each of my two different tool kits. I did not intentionally purchase a second one, REI sent me one because of some strange recall on a totally unrelated product to this review.

These are some other positives about this product that I have come across since giving it a second chance: ------------------------------------------

Battery life is much improved from my ten year old headlamp. Water is wet, Right? Well, battery life is just good in general compared to other modern headlamps. I use 4 rechargeable IKEA LADDA 900 Mili-Amp/Hour batteries in both of these lamps/ (see photo 7). I put four freshly charged batteries in, and the batteries lasted 3 work days without a significant drop in brightness. My old lamp which took 3 AA batteries would be starting to dim after a long single day of work.

While talking about batteries, this lamp does come with four conventional Duracell non rechargeable AAA batteries. I have stopped using non-rechargeable batteries in my house and in my gear, but I taped the four batteries from each lamp together and tossed one set of four in to each of my tool kits so that I would have some sort of spare if I really needed it.

The lamp also has a battery indicator, which is cool, I guess. (See Photos 11 & 13)

These headlamps also fit perfectly in the Princeton Tech "stash" headlamp case (See Photo 15).

Other thoughts (Not necessarily positive or negative): ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------

The packaging is a little frustrating. Very densely and oddly packed. Not a huge deal, but something to be aware of. (See photos 1, 2, and 3)

The user manual is very large and complicated (See photo 17). Lots of information. The lamps also came with a little card that has all the button shortcuts laid out in an only somewhat confusing way (See photo 8) I keep these cards with the headlamps.

This lamp does get a little warmer than my old one. It vents most of the heat out through a heatsink in the battery compartment (see photo 6) but it is not enough heat to cause me any concern.

Photos: --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

I have attached a bunch of photos to this review. Since amazon no longer allows annotations of review photos, I will refer to them each by number chronologically as they appear on this review, starting with 1.

Photos 1, 2, and 3 Show different of the somewhat chaotic and interesting packaging.

Photo 4 shows the front of the light and strap.

Photo 5 shows the left side view of the lamp with the battery compartment latch partally undone.

Photo 6 shows the open rear battery compartment while empty, and the heatsink.

Photo 7 shows the battery compartment loaded with 4 AAA sized IKEA LADDA Rechargeable 900MAh batteries

Photo 8 Shows the little cheat card with all the complicated button press combos.

Photo 9 shows the top of the lamp and the one single true button on it.

Photo 10 shows the right side view and the annoying touch pad.

Photo 11 shows the bottom view, battery level indicator, and the somewhat sharp curve of the part that sits on your forehead.

Photo 12 shows the left side view with the battery compartment latch completely closed.

Photo 13 is a closeup of the front of the light.

Photo 14 is a closeup of the two clasps on the strap.

Photo 15 shows the Black Diamond Storm headlamp in the Princeton Tech Stash headlamp case.

Photo 16 shows both of my identical headlamps next to each other. The one I bought from Amazon, and the on REI gave me for free for an unrelated reason as discusses above.

Photo 17 shows the larger instruction manual that is included with the lamp.

Thank you everyone for reading this review. I will do my best to answer any questions in the comments.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 this is the headlamp to get. bar none. 28 septembre 2016
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur
Taille: UniqueCouleur: Nightshade Achat vérifié
i bought this one to replace my previous generation storm and could not be more pleased. using the same power source, they upped the lumens from 160 to 250 and added a green light amongst other things. it's comfortable and super bright. it has tons of settings and only one button (besides the power-tap thing, which is pretty convenient), but it's not to difficult to navigate if you just look at the pictured instructions once for like 30 seconds. it seems that 3 AAA headlamps (the spot, vitchelo's v800+, etc.) are better sellers than 4 AAA ones, but the battery count turns me away given i mostly use headlamps while biking/traveling and there always seems to be an extra pointless battery after the 4-pack rule of battery packaging, haha.

after receiving the new storm from amazon, on a whim i contacted black diamond in utah about my old storm's warranty. clearly i lost the receipt and realistically i probably beat the s*** out of it (used it during a x-country cycling trip, left it outside in all climates, often sat at the bottom of a backpack enduring god knows what haha) and eventually the plastic near the battery enclosure busted. all i did was send them a pic of the damage and they quickly responded no questions asked, 'here's a new one. cheers. keep the old one for parts' and it arrived in a couple days! i've never written a customer review on amazon, but my experience with black diamond has been too good not to share. i recommend going online and checking out the company's history.

oh... and they revised the battery enclosure for this 2016 model too :). the new clasp is super beefy.
11 internautes sur 11 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 But I got both in this super nice lamp from Black Diamond 13 septembre 2016
Par Vermillion - Publié sur
Taille: UniqueCouleur: octane Achat vérifié
I was looking for a powerful headlamp with long battery life,and did not think that would exist in one headlamp. But I got both in this super nice lamp from Black Diamond. Or also has red and green LED lights. The standard whir light has a dimmer switch to save on battery and for those times you don't want or need a bright light. The light tilts down to feet the light where you need it. I have no trouble with it slipping on my forehead. A great product you will use a lot because it works and works well.
6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent Light 2 septembre 2016
Par Steve - Publié sur
Taille: UniqueCouleur: dark olive Achat vérifié
This headlight is AWESOME! The white light is very bright and almost too bright in really dark conditions. The green works excellent for walking in the dark and being able to see a good distance ahead of you. The red works well for setting up a tree stand in the dark. It can be used for navigating to your favorite spot but the visibility is less than that of the green light. The controls are a bit tricky to figure out (really, its interpreting what the diagram is trying to illustrate) but once you figure it out, you can easily manipulate the settings.
Bottom line: I couldn't be happier!
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