Black Diamond - Apollo (Spring 2015)
Technical specifications & features
|Weight||220 g / 7.8 oz. (without batteries)|
|Lumens||80 lumens max|
|Other Features||DoublePower LED with 80 lumens (max setting) is enclosed in a frosted globe to provide bright, ambient light
Dual reflector system captures and maximizes light output
Power meter displays charge status or battery level for NRG Rechargeable Battery Kit (sold separately) or 4 AA alkalines
Unique dimming switch provides adjustable brightness
Distinctive fold-down legs increase lantern height to 24.1 centimeters (9.5 in), maximizing light dispersion
Collapsible, double-hook hang loop
- Just enough light on high to light up your campsite (too bright to sleep next to on high), and lasts forever on low with lithium batteries. One set of batteries lasted my entire 5 day kayak camping trip. Got it home and left it on low to see how long it would go... took three full days to kill what was left of the batteries
- Good product
- I bought one for my parents as an anniversary gift (they're rafters), and after hearing how much they love it I bought one for myself. It completely replaced my little canister lantern and has gotten way more use than I anticipated. It's nice to be able to leave it on low and have a beacon in camp to come back to. I just wish it had rechargeable batteries out of the box and a built in USB port so I can just plug it in (like their ReVolt headlamp).
Generally it's always hanging from my gear loft inside my tent but the tripod makes it awesome to sit on the tent floor or outside when playing cards or games...
The dimmer is an awesome feature when you need the light on while your camp partner is sleeping. Tends to chug alot of battery life but it's not a bad trade off carrying extra batteries for light in the middle of the woods :)
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