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Black Diamond - Voyager Lantern

Black Diamond Voyager Lantern

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Tech Specs

2 DoublePower LEDs
Power Source:
4 AA
Batteries Included:
lantern, flashlight, and dimming
(lantern) 75, (flashlight) 50
(lantern) 10 m, (flashlight) 11 m
Burn Time:
100 hours
IPX-4 standard (protected against splashing or sprayed water from any angle)
6.25 x 4.2 in
Claimed Weight:
(with batteries) 4.7 oz
Recommended Use:
camping, backpacking
Manufacturer Warranty:
3 years

The versatile Voyager.

Black Diamond's Voyager Lantern converts into a precise flashlight to add versatility to you camping gear. Hang the lantern over your kitchen table with the collapsible double-hook hang loop, and the lantern's DoublePower LED will brighten your camp kitchen out to 50 feet. As a flashlight, the Voyager uses another DoublePower LED to help you find food stashed in the trunk of your car.

  • Two DoublePower LEDs
  • Dual reflector system
  • Lantern, flashlight, dual reflector, and dimming modes
  • Collapsible double-hook hang loop

Great Camp light

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Great camp light. I picked one up a few years ago and lost it this past summer. Picked up another one before a 3+ week backpacking trip this winter in Utah. A few areas we were backpacking did not allow fires so having this light to put up in a tent or basecamp or tree was awesome! Super bright for the size and battery life. The top half rings make clipping to inside of the tent or tree super easy. With the sun going down so early in the winter it was great to still have a light other than headlamps to hang out and cook dinner around or read in the tent. During the winter I was able to get 25 hours or so out of a set of batteries. When it is warmer ill get a few more hours out of the batteries, im not the best about dimming the light when I can, so I could probably get a few more hours out of it if I was. Little light can take a good beating going in and out of gear bags, back packs and climbing packs. Never really that careful with it. Has fallen out of a tree a time or 2 and never have any issues with it. Keep chugging away.

Works as expected

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Purchased this to use in our camper. So far it's worked great. Puts out a good amount of light for the size and is very lightweight. I highly recommend if you're in the market for a small lantern.

Great Pint sized lantern

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

It is what it is. It's a small lantern for your tent or camp table area. Perfect for late night cards or whatever you need light for. Could be a little fragile but we haven't tested the drop test durability, yet.

This one must be last years lower lumens

    I ended up grabbing one a few days ago from REI because of the so called windstorm the Seattle area was supposed to have. Not.

    I was standing there trying to figure out which one to get. I looked at it this way... If I am climbing I am not going to bring a lantern, if I am car camping or doing a snow cave overnighter weight isn't going to be that much on my mind. That is why I went with the larger lantern. More lumens in the newest one is plenty bright. The new one has 140 lumens in the lantern at 13 hours on high and 100 hours on low. 50 lumens in the highest flashlight mode.

    How much will I use it? I will most likely use it around the house more than taking it with me.

    Why does Backcountry have the lower lumen one for the same price as the available higher lumen one that is out? Who knows? You now know this one is not the newest one, so save your money and get the brighter one elsewhere, or until they get the next generation one in stock.

    small but convenient

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    this light is little but packs a punch....... love it

    It's small!

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    But works great. I tend to have trouble expanding it to full size, but that's probably me. I am a little worried about cracking the casing on it as it does seem on the thin side.

    Quality ultra-compact lantern

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Personally I have not at all been disappointed by this lantern. Other reviewers have commented on it having a fragile feel, but I feel that I've used mine enough to say that it can stand up to a reasonable amount of abuse. I like to load mine up with rechargeable batteries. I used the flashlight feature a lot before I got a headlamp, and while it is not the brightest or best light it will certainly do in a pinch. This is a great lamp to carry with you to hang on the inside of your tent, its not incredibly bright but works well for small enclosed spaces. If you're looking for something to really illuminate a large area, maybe you're having dinner with friends after dark on a picnic table, check out a slightly larger and brighter light like the Apollo. I think this is a wonderful light that does the job it is intended to do. My light has not had any technical issues.

    Good Light Source, Fragile Feel

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This lantern is great to have along on any overnight trip. Great for the dinner table, food prep, tent, etc. Super lightweight, puts out a ton of illumination, and has decent battery life.
    However, it is super flimsy feeling. I almost felt like I was going to break it when I was converting it from lantern to flashlight and opening it up to turn it on.

    Works OK, but not what I hoped for

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Unfortunately the one I got didn't work very well in flashlight mode, meaning that the flashlight only came on about every 10th attempt to turn it on.

    Also, this SMALL lantern simply feels fragile, like it won't hold up over time and wouldn't survive a couple spills off the camp table. I don't know how else to describe it, but it is the opposite of sturdy.

    That said, it puts out a fair amount of light, is light weight and packs up very small. So if that's what you're looking for, I'm sure this is fine.