EDIT: OWNER REVIEW - Black Diamond Icon headlamp - Ken
- Hello Ken,
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***I have begun night hiking and long day hikes (twenty miles or
EDIT: need the metric conversion for the distance. (I too love those
long day hikes.)
EDIT: as you are reviewing this you should just say Field Conditions.
We do not want it confused with the actual tests of the BD Icon that
are about to start. Please remove the word "test" at all instances.
***Moderate temperatures: spring, summer, and from down to 30
EDIT: did you mean spring summer and "fall"?
EDIT: we are asked to round the temps to the nearest full number. (-1
***Weight (w/ batteries): 6.6 ounces / 0.19 kilograms
EDIT: you need the manufacturer's listed weights and then your
checked actual weights.
***Dimensions 2 x 1.4 x 1.25 inches / 5.08 cm x 3.56 cm x 3.17 cm
EDIT: you need to state that these are your measured dimensions.
***MSRP: $60 USD
EDIT: I see the MSRP as $59.95 according to BD
***I noticed some tents silhouetted thirty yards (27.43 m) from the
EDIT: as with the temps, when writing numbers that are not critical,
they should be rounded off. So this should be (27 m). You would do
well to change them all.
***This time I reached an elevation of roughly six thousand feet,
EDIT: need the metric conversion