Gear Review: Black Diamond QuickDraw Carbon Probe 320 MSRP: $99.95 Official Website: Black Diamond Total Weight: 342 g / 13 ounces Summary: The Black Diamond QuickDraw Carbon Probe is a well designed avalanche probe that is lightweight, strong, and quick to assemble. Plus it features depth markings to help in snowpack assessment. This is one […]
Don’t Miss The BDTV – Season 1 Trailer We’re really pumped about the first season of BDTV. Black Diamond’s new online series will look at the soul of climbing and backcountry skiing by profiling the ski mountaineers, avalanche forecasters, and the guys that just get after it. These are the people who choose skiing as a […]
Avalanches make backcountry skiing one of the most dangerous ways to get your selfies, something that Black Diamond’s Jetforce airbags promised to change cheaply and simply with an innovative design that got rave reviews. But unfortunately, the designers forgot one tiny detail, leading Black Diamond to issue a recall. Read more...
Black Diamond Inc Issues Recall For All Black Diamond, PIEPS, and POC JetForce Airbag Packs Black Diamond Inc is voluntarily recalling all JetForce avalanche airbag packs due to a required firmware update. This applies to all JetForce airbags made by Black Diamond, PIEPS, and POC. This recall was issued in July 2015. The recall is […]
Chevrolet Avalanche has never been a huge success, though GM says it won buyers with trendsetting design and unique features. To mark the end of Avalanche, Chevrolet will launch a Black Diamond Avalanche, that features body-colored bed surrounds, a unique badge on the sail panel, additional features on LS and LT models, and lower prices [...]
Posted on 04.13.2012 19:17 by Simona Filed under: Chevrolet | pickup trucks | Chevrolet Avalanche | special editions | Cars | Car Reviews | Chevrolet Chevrolet Avalanche history started back in 2001 and since then the company has sold a total of 580,000 units, while the model has received numerous major awards and recognitions. Show More Summary
What goes up, well, you know the saying. General Motors announced today it’s putting a halt to the Chevrolet Avalanche pickup truck. Originally introduced in 2001 as a 2002 model, the Chevy Avalanche was aimed at buyers who wanted all the capacity of a standard pickup but actually used one more as daily people hauler. [...]
Chevrolet is ending production of its Avalanche pickup truck after model-year 2013 and releasing one last edition to celebrate. The model's swan song is the Black Diamond Avalanche, which features body-colored bed surrounds and a unique badge on the sail...
General Motors is pulling the plug on the Chevrolet Avalanche. 2013 will mark the ugly duckling's last year in production, though the model will go out with one last special edition. The 2013 Black Diamond Avalanche will arrive with body-color trim work, special badging, and most importantly, lower prices. Show More Summary