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Big Blue FF3x5 500 Lumen L.E.D. Aluminum Torch and Video Dive Light

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  • Free Lanyard included
  • Free Camera Ball Mounting Bracket included
  • Aluminum body
  • State of the art ultra bright L.E.D (Light Emitting Diode Technology)
  • Shock and impact resistant L.E.D. bulb
  • Twist actuator (Twist-on bezel) prevents accidental powering on/off
  • Magnetic ON/OFF switch is insulated from all internal parts eliminating risk of leakage
  • Safety lock on switch keeps light from being accidentally switched on during transportation
  • 500 Lumens of power
  • High Intensity White L.E.D. light travels farther underwater for maximum visibility and truer colors
  • Available with Auto Flash Off (AFO) - shuts off light for 1 second preventing spot light
    from accidentally ruining your picture - (see below to order)
  • 300 TIMES Longer Lamp Life - 10,000 hours!
  • COLOR: Sapphire Blue, Gold, Black, Green, or Ruby Red 
  • BATTERY: 8 AA Alkaline Batteries (not included - see below to order)
  • DEPTH: 330 feet
  • LIGHT OUTPUT: 500 lumens
Sapphire Blue


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Customer Reviews for Big Blue FF3x5 500 Lumen L.E.D. Aluminum Torch and Video Dive Light:

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Average Customer Review: based on 2 reviews.

Rating: a lot of light
Reviewer: James Moore,  - View all my reviews
500 lumens is plenty of light in a fairly wide and uniform beam. I loaded 8 2650 mah (milliamp-hours) nickel metal hydride AA batteries and get over two hours of bright light on the high setting. I think it would go rather longer but I dont want to over-discharge the cells. This light with three five-watt LEDs is disproportionately brighter than the three three-watt LEDs in my somewhat older Princeton Tec Miniwave LED. LED technology is advancing rapidly and it seems the Big Blue is using newer ones. I believe the current efficiency winner is from Cree at over 100 lumens per watt.

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Rating: Wow what a great light!
Reviewer: Brent P.,  - View all my reviews
The light exceeded my expectations. It offers a true "white" light that is very intense for the size. I love the LED and will not be going to back.

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