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Princeton Tec Miniwave L.E.D. Light TEC-4LR-NY 026243

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Princeton Tec Miniwave L.E.D. Light

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  • Free $20 Scuba Reward towards your next order
  • Completely new & redesigned 390 Lumens version
    Not like most other sites that sell the discontinued old 150
    Lumens version
  • Free 4 C-Cell Batteries Included!
  • Free Lanyard Included!
  • High Intensity White L.E.D. light travels farther underwater for maximum visibility and truer colors
  • 300 TIMES Longer Bulb Life - 10,000+ Hours!
  • State of the art ultra bright L.E.D. (Light Emitting Diode Technology)
  • Shock and Impact Resistant L.E.D. Bulb
  • Power saving switch allows for high or low lamp setting
  • BATTERY LIFE: 4 Watts/10+ hours - 8 Watts/4+ hours
  • BULB: 3 Maxbright LEDs
  • BATTERY:4 C-Cell
  • POWER: 8 Watts / 390 Lumens
  • DEPTH: 330 feet
  • COLORS: Blue, Black, Pink, or Neon Yellow 
  • FULL MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY
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Rating: Great light
Reviewer: Steven P.,  - View all my reviews
Just got back from a dive vacation in the BVI and finally got a chance to try this light out. What a great light. Big light performance in a compact form. I love it. FYI, I attached this to my BC with the XS Scuba camera/flashlight retractor. Perfect combination.

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8 out of 14 people found this review helpful.




Rating: Princeton Tek Dive light
Reviewer: richard brewer,  - View all my reviews
Light works fantastic. The smaller size makes it easier to clip and go. Half the size of a standard Princeton Tek, its lighter for my wife to use. We love the broader beam which makes nite diving even better!!

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9 out of 16 people found this review helpful.




Rating: Princeton tec mini wave and shock wave
Reviewer: Ron S.,
These are hands down the best dive lights for the price/size. I prefer the 8 c shockwave light just because it lasts longer for trips. They are extremely bright. A little to bright actually for hunting lobsters which is what i use it for. I have a head lamp that I use to catch them after I spot them with this baby!!

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3 out of 6 people found this review helpful.




Rating: Princeton Tek Dive light
Reviewer: richard brewer,  - View all my reviews
Light works fantastic. The smaller size makes it easier to clip and go. Half the size of a standard Princeton Tek, its lighter for my wife to use. We love the broader beam which makes nite diving even better!!

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8 out of 15 people found this review helpful.




Rating: Princeton Tec Miniwave LED Dive Light
Reviewer: Darcy Jabs,  - View all my reviews
Just had a chance to dive with this product and loved it.Small easy to handle but gave me great light looking in coral creviss.Poor visiablilty it worked great and for its size clip easily on my BCD. Bang for your buck worth the addition to my diving equipment

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32 out of 59 people found this review helpful.




Rating: Brightest Light Ive Ever Owned
Reviewer: William A.,
Havent used in underwater yet, but judging by the way it work "dry," it should be awesome. Yes, the switch is a little clumsy, but I figure Ill turn it on before I dive and leave it on the entire time Im submerged. The claimed battery life is so good that I a one-tank dive wont put much of a dent in a set of batteries. Why do people still buy incandescent/halogen/xenon? Beats me. Would probably give it five stars if I had actually dived with it.

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17 out of 32 people found this review helpful.




Rating: So far so good
Reviewer: Eric W.,  - View all my reviews
Havent gone on vacation yet but this light is very bright and well built. As some have mentioned the switch is a little tricky but not overly burdensome. Looking forward to using it in a little more than a month.

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76 out of 150 people found this review helpful.




Rating: light on
Reviewer: Corey M.,
I have never used a gun shaped dive light before,but boy was I surprised at how nice it fit in my hand and how much light it put out.I really like this light. Corey

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1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.




Rating: Deep Dive
Reviewer: Michael Hopkins,
Excellent light...used it on a deep dive 114f on the St. Lawrence Seaway...Very bright and penetrating light. Only small issue is the on/low/bright switch, its a little trick to move it, but once you get use to it - no issues.

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135 out of 270 people found this review helpful.




Rating: Nice Flashlight
Reviewer: Linda M.,  - View all my reviews
Small but bright

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15 out of 30 people found this review helpful.




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