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Mfg Part #: TUL-300S
Retail:
 $89.00  
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$78.99
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  • Free 2 CR123A Lithium Batteries included
  • Free Lanyard included
  • High Intensity White L.E.D. light travels farther underwater for maximum visibility and truer colors
  • Magnetic on/off switch
  • 4.8W High Power L.E.D. bulb
  • Shock and Impact resistant L.E.D. bulb - will not break when dropped
  • State of the art ultra bright L.E.D. (Light Emitting Diode Technology)
  • DIMENSIONS: 6" x 1.5"
  • BURN TIME: Approximately 3 hours
  • BULB LIFE: 1,000 Hours
  • DEPTH: 400 feet

Customer Reviews for TUSA TUL-300 L.E.D. Light:

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Average Customer Review: based on 21 reviews.

Rating: TUSA TUL-300 L.E.D. Light Review - $78.99 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews
Reviewer: Anton L.
This gets 5 stars because it does exactly what the description stated. If I wanted a brighter/duller light, with more/less EV and larger /smaller beam diameter, then I would have gotten a different light. Very, very bright light which is more than I expected. Water seal is very good. It has some heft to it out of the water, solid construction, possible self defense weapon (=P). Be sure to keep it tethered to you using the supplied lanyard. Might put on some neon or reflective tape for easier UW viz in case it was to drop. A great light for signaling buddies, poking into crevices, wrecks, etc., and has sufficient length to keep you from using your hands when almost bouncing into things with the current (rather than using your pole mounted GoPro for example), yet compact to keep on you in any location. Works as my primary. Thinking about mounting it to my GOBUDi pole using a rifle scope mount or maybe a picatinny rail (=P). Seven dives already with the same batteries with intermittent dive use and constant use by 5yo kid. The on/off switch can be bumped into the ON position when its in your BCD pocket and you are digging around in there, or putting it in or taking it out, or in a location where the switch brushes against something with enough force to flip the switch. Can be moved to the OFF position the same way. However, in your hand, as intended, easy to turn on or off when you want it while wearing gloves (any thickness). Therefore, when not using the light, be sure to check that its off. Remove batteries for storage. Pick up some rechargeables for night diving.

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3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Great value in a compact form
Reviewer: Stefan Trohonel
Excellent quality, light yet durable, bright light. Bought this one to replace the one the got stolen recently.The batteries seems to last long. Had it for 2 years, used it for over 16 dives and the light seemed as bright as when I bought it.

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8 out of 14 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Tusa 300 LED light
Reviewer: Martin Clarke
Main benefit of this dive light is its compact size which easily stores in a BCD pocket for when you need it. The beam is a constant, even 42 degree wide diameter with no separate bright spot. Two small but expensive CR123A batteries power the light with a rated burn time of 3 hrs. We recently used this light on a liveaboard trip in Belize and it was useful as a primary night light as well as for checking out dark recesses in the reefs. Housing is aluminum so very durable.

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12 out of 22 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Compact and Bright
Reviewer: B J Ogden  -  View all my reviews
This is a great little light. I think it will work good for night diving. It is bright for its size and is LED so it should be good. We are going diving again in about a week so we will find out. The only down side is that you cant focus the beam of light at all. It seems to cover a medium sized area. Works great for the middle of the night in the desert as well.

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20 out of 36 people found this review helpful.

Rating: TUSA LED Light
Reviewer: Robert Brown  -  View all my reviews
very nice, hand held led light, fits into bc pocket. i recently dove with it for the first time in bermuda and the light was so much better than other in use. bright and with wide coverage easy to turn on and off easy in and out of bc and made of metal not plastic! very glad of my purchase.

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13 out of 24 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Great all around light
Reviewer: Ron D.  -  View all my reviews
Ive only used this torch for one trip to the Caribbean but found his is a wonderful general purpose torch to carry in your BCD. Its small enough to easily fit into a BC pocket when not in use. The light beam is bright and has a nice consistent width. I found it useful for swim throughs, looking under coral heads and in holes for critters on day dives. During my one night dive I was impressed with how much light it put out. Id have no problem using this as my primary torch on a night dive.

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31 out of 62 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Good product
Reviewer: LEUNG YUN SUM
very light... I was impressed with the power of this flashlight. Far above my expectations. I found a little heavy in the water. But its not a big problem. I think it could come with a protective cover to be stored.

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18 out of 33 people found this review helpful.

Rating: TUSA L.E.D. Dive Light:
Reviewer: Thomas M.  -  View all my reviews
This is the first dive light Ive ever owned and I bought it specifically for its bright LED beam despite its small size. I had seen another diver using a light on a day dive and realized that it really comes in handy when youre diving on a wreck and want to be able to see inside of a cabin or hold. Its also great for illuminating underneath a rock or coral head. I ended up using this light on every dive I did on my last trip. The TUSA is a great light and small enough to easily fit right inside the pocket of my BCD. The switch is easy to slide on/off. If you dont own a dive light you should get one and this is a great choice!

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236 out of 450 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Excellent dive light
Reviewer: David W.  -  View all my reviews
I just had the opportunity to use my dive light for the first time. Not only is the light super-compact, but its incredibly bright for its size. I was a bit disappointed to learn that this light is IDENTICAL to the Intova Nova Wide Angle dive light, except for Tusas 50% markup.

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223 out of 429 people found this review helpful.

Rating: I like this Tusa light.
Reviewer: Frank B.
First, it is metal. I have been finding that plastic lights have been failing me. This one is tough. It stayed in my BC pocket for a week of diving, then worked great on the two night dives we did. It is compact, yet very bright. I actually made the beam smaller by wrapping my fingers around the end so I wouldnt scare off all the fish. The cost is justified.

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103 out of 258 people found this review helpful.

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Questions and Answers for TUSA TUL-300 L.E.D. Light:


  • Steve:

    Where can I get a new rubber washer that is at the screw-on end of the light.

    Bill  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    You might want to contact the manufacturer directly. http://www.tusa.com/us-en/About_TUSA/Contact

  • James:

    First question: does this light work with rechargable batteries?

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello James, yes it does.

  • James:

    Third question: what is the burn time on fresh (non-rechargable) batteries?

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello James, it all depends on your depth, but to get the correct burn time you would need to contact the manufacture directly. You can contact them at 562-498-3708.

  • James:

    Second question: do you know the lumen output or has anyone compared the brightness with another light with a known output?

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello James, you would need to contact the manufacture directly. You can contact them at 562-498-3708.

  • wayne:

    What is the diameter of the handler part of the light? I would like to mount the light to a speargun. Thanak

    Bill  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    This light is 6" long and the handle is about 1" diameter and the light head is about 1-3/8" diameter.

  • lorri:

    I put new batteries in it but it doesnt light up. where can I get a new bulb and how do you put it in ? thank you

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello Lorri, you would need to contact the manufacture directly for repair or replacement of the LED light. You can contact them at: 562.498.3708.

TUL-300 TUSA LED Dive Light

The TUL-300 boasts a 200 Lumen LED with a 42 degree beam angle that is ideal for a daytime light or is powerful enough for a night time primary or backup. A compact and streamlined anodized aluminum body with triple o-ring screwed battery compartment and magnetic switch combine for a depth rating of 400ft/120m.


FEATURES
> LED Bulb: 200 Lumen (High Power LED)

> Beam Angle: Wide 42 degrees

> Bulb Life: 1,000 Hours

> Burn Time: Approx. 3.0 hours +

> Switch: Magnetic On/Off

> Depth Rating: 400ft/120m

> Body: Rugged Anodized Aluminum with matte black finish

> Battery Cover: Triple O-Ring, Screwed

> Accessories: Wrist Lanyard (included)

> Batteries: 2 CR123A Lithium (included)

> Optional Accessories: TUSA CR123A Replacement battery pack

Usage Cautions

CAUTION: Make sure to only use equally charged batteries-do not mix and match. Never
mix Alkaline and Lithium batteries.

SWITCH CARE: Because a magnet is used in the tail switch section, tiny naturally occurring
iron particles (iron sand) can accumulate on the switch during diving. After every dive,
wash thoroughly in fresh running water to remove any such iron sand, as well as dirt and
salt. The push button switch is designed to allow water to enter switch area. It is very
important to ush salt water from chamber. Hold switch under ow of cool fresh water.
Turn upside down and depress switch several times until no more water comes out. Repeat
process 2-3 times to ensure that all salt water is ushed from compartment. Do not drop or
place the ashlight on sand or dirt, since iron sand may stick or go into switch section.
1) Turn the switch end cap at the rear of the ashlight’s body counter-clockwise and remove it.
2) Slide out battery cradle and remove depleted batteries.
3) Install (3) fresh AAA batteries into the cradle. Follow the +/- polarity as shown.
4) Clean by removing any sand or dirt from screw threads and O-rings on switch end cap and then
apply a small amount of silicone grease on O-rings.
5) Also check and clean (if necessary) the screw threads inside ashlight body.
6) Slide the battery cradle back into the ashlight body, spring-end towards the ashlight head.
7) Once you have inserted the battery cradle, securely tighten the switch end cap back into place
by turning clockwise.

 

 

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