Black Diamond Titan Lantern

Black Diamond Titan Lantern is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 15.
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4.8 Star Rating
4.8
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Product Description Item No.   10118798

With its 250-lumen QuadPower LED, dual reflector system and a frosted globe, the Black Diamond Titan is our most powerful basecamp lantern for group cooking, gear organization and other nighttime camp tasks. The unique dimming switch adjusts the light for the situation and helps conserve batteries, while the collapsible, double-hook hang loop makes for easy overhead attachments.

FEATURES of the Black Diamond Titan Lantern

  • Quad Power LED with 250 lumens (max setting) and frosted globe produces a bright, ambient light
  • Dual reflector system captures and maximizes light output
  • Power meter displays battery level of 4 Dalkalines
  • Unique dimming switch provides adjustable brightness
  • Compactible to 200 mm (7.9") extended height is 250 mm (9.8")
  • Collapsible, double-hook hang loop

- + Product Specifications
Battery Type: AAA
Number of Bulbs: 1
Max Burn Time: 168 H
Gender: Unisex
Features: Waterproof, Multiple-modes, Rechargeable
Best Use: Expedition, Travel, Camping
Max Lumen Output: 101 - 250
Bulb Type: LED
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is one badass LED lantern. I still love my Coleman propane lanterns, of course, but they've got shortcomings: The fuel is heavy and the glass and mantles are fragile. Oh... and the hissing scared the hell out of our dog. So I figured that if I was going to buy a LED lantern it was going to be the biggest and brightest. This thing is a monster - I wouldn't want to have to backpack it around, but we mostly car-camp when we're sailing, so the size and weight aren't issues. I got exactly what I wanted - a lantern that properly lights up a large area, especially when there's a boat to be derigged in the dark. And the hook/handle is a really clever design.
Date published: 2014-05-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from If you can fit it in, take it. Best camp light I've ever had This light is a turbo charged Apollo. It throws an awesome light but it must be at the right height or you will be sitting in a shadow or blinded. However, that is what makes it so good. You can sit without any light in your eyes and have plenty to read or eat by as long as you can elevate it slightly above the table just enough to light the whole table. I love the split carry handle for slipping it over a rope or thin branch and the light output is so good that we never have to have it at full strength.,,,,It probably wouldn't suit a hiker because of it's bulk and weight (4 x D cell batteries) but for a sea kayaker with a bit more room or car camping it is awesome.
Date published: 2012-03-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from patagonia softshell First off I'm 6'1'' 200 lbs and I have exceptionally long arms and this jacket's sleeves fit. That to me is amazing, long have i been plagued with sleeves that are to short even now! as I sit in my mountain hardware LoDown jacket the sleeves ,leave my wrists bare. The description markets this as a slim fit but i don't see the slimness, I'm not complaining though, it makes it a lot easier to layer underneath. Waterproofness is top notch! holding a sleeve under the sink left my sleeve bone dry. I do think however this will deteriorate over time (as softshells do) but with proper care its easy enough to maintain.
Date published: 2010-12-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The best LED lantern out there as long as you arent trying to go lightweight! I had been looking into LED lanterns and stumbled upon the BD line and had to check em out! I didn't have weight and size constraints (mainly using on ATV and truck camping trips) so of course I went with the biggest and baddest. I love the variable output and user interface. One click goes to high or hold the button until you find the right amount of light. The beam is decent and it is cast out and downwards so it shines on the table/ground and NOT in your face. All in all I think my only complaint would be terrible battery choice!!! D-cells suck! They're heavy and alkaline's crap out in cold weather. I would've preferred something I could find in lithium... maybe a metriccrapton of AA's?
Date published: 2010-12-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Lighting Source This camp lantern provides ample light for reading and for most activities around camp. We originally bought this for car campouts and it is great in those settings. The light from the lantern is so good that we also put it in the backpack. We got spoiled with having good light I guess. The drawback comes with backpacking, this lantern is on the heavy side with 4 D batteries and it takes up a good bit of space in the pack. But, we sometimes like to read or play rummy in the tent in the evenings so we choose to pack it in as it just makes things better than just having headlights.
Date published: 2011-02-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sturdy, well designed lantern that efficiently gives lots of light where you want it Our older gas lantern bulb cracked so we started looking for a LED lantern to replace it. We looked at several models and liked this one the most because the light that came out of it was directed out and down where the others we looked at didn't seem to control the light. In fact many of the other lamps had many more LEDs but even then the light wasn't all that useful as the Black Diamond. The only problem we had is not owning two of these, one for camping and one for grilling at home. We love this lantern.
Date published: 2011-03-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Not the lightest... but by far the brightest This lantern is great for car camping. It isn't ultralight, but it is super bright. It far outshines any battery operated lantern I 've seen. It easily fills a 6 man tent with soft, easy-to-read-by light. I take this on car camping trips & on rock collecting outings, and even use it in my house when the power goes out. It is durable and well made, and adjusts from dim to bright. As long as shaving ounces is not a priority, this lantern is tops. If you want a lightweight one for hiking, I use the BD Orbit.
Date published: 2010-12-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Awesome lantern!! This thing is bright as hell and reasonably compact. With 4 D batteries, definitely not a backpacking lantern but I'd personally rather deal with batteries than fuel. The dimmer switch is super handy. It casts light downward, so you want to get it up above you if possible. Fortunately it's really easy to hook to a tree branch with the handle. Biggest downside is the price; pretty expensive at $80. I used rewards points so this wasn't a problem for me.
Date published: 2013-09-22
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