Underwater Kinetics Aqualite L.E.D. Light 12401 026998

Mfg Part #: 12401
  • Free spare rechargeable lithium ion battery included
  • State of the art ultra bright L.E.D (Light Emitting Diode Technology)
  • High Intensity White L.E.D. light travels farther underwater for maximum visibility and truer colors
  • Shock and Impact resistant L.E.D. bulbs
  • BEAM ANGLE: Wide beam (90 degrees) or Narrow beam (20 degrees) 
  • BURN TIME: Up to 8.8 hours at 115 lumens
  • BRIGHTNESS: 4 settings up to 600 lumens
  • DEPTH: 492 feet

Customer Reviews for Underwater Kinetics Aqualite L.E.D. Light:

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Average Customer Review: based on 3 reviews.

Rating: Great compact light!
Reviewer: Joseph Wargo
I used this light as a add on for doing video shots with my GoPro. I was pleasantly surprised at how well the light performed (I used 90deg lens). THe battery life was exceptional as well. I came with two batteries that are easy rechargeable using standard USB cable to my charge or laptop.

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Rating: Great Little Light
Reviewer: Alan Steele
Its quite nice when a product lives up to its write up! This small light is perfect for macro and softly highlighting a shot. It does however, fall short for anything extremely wide angle... but most do! I agree with the other photographer, who uses two (2) for his wide shots. All in all... pleased with my purchase!

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Rating: UK Aqualite Video Light
Reviewer: Bill G.  -  View all my reviews
Great when I used a pair of them - Macro and close video are well lit without hot spots night or day - they are so small and light you gotta love em - but they are small and that means they dont have big light penetration, but up close they are the best thing going for the price.

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Questions and Answers for Underwater Kinetics Aqualite L.E.D. Light:

  • Buddy:

    Do you ship to Canadian locations? Im 1 hour from Detroit MI... whats the cost the new Underwater Kinetics LED Aqua Light, with shipping. Chatham ON, Canada?

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    The best method of calculating rates would be to enter the order using our online shopping cart and use the Amazon Checkout method of checking out. Amazon will verify all billing and shipping information and display your shipping costs. Be advised these costs do not reflect any additional Duty or Tax imposed by your country due to importation of the equipment. Any extra fees over those displayed are the responsibility of the customer.

  • Buddy:

    Do I choose to buy the 90 degree... or does the light come with separate lens options?

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    You purchase the light based on the beam angle you desire for your purposes.

  • Martin:

    Anyone has experience with this product and can compare to more expensive options

    Bill  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Great light especially when used with the GoPro cameras.

  • Ove:

    Does this light come with the choice of a EU socket for the charger?

    Bill  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    These are 120 vac 60Hz

  • Fredrik:

    Is it possible to use the 65 degrees light for nightdives. Or do I need to get the 20 degrees model?

    Bill  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    The light is a fixed beam width.

  • Mohamed:

    Are there any of these lighting 60 degrees Because I have one request

    Arthur  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello, this light is only available in 20 and 90

  • Mohamed:

    There is this kind of lighting 20 degrees and 90 degrees and 60 degrees Is there a 60 degrees lamb head

    Arthur  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello, no only 20 and 90

  • Michaël:

    Hello, You said previously "These are 120 vac 60Hz " This is the spec of the charger. So can I use a custom european charger ? Is it a standard plug for the torch ? best regards

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    That would be US electrical plug and Hz. You''d need a converter.


Bring out the incredible underwater colors and intricate detail of marine life with the Aqualite. Fish and invertebrates hiding under ledges and holes often receive little ambient sunlight and require additional lighting for their colors tocome to life. Abundant light from the 20° Aqualite makes night diving even more beautiful and during the day it allows you to spot marine life hiding in the distance. When shooting video with the 65° or 90° Aqualite lighting the foreground with daylight colored Aqualite illumination while allowing the delicate blues and greens of the open water background to fade into the depths can produce prize winning videos. A pair of Aqualites set at different brightness levels will add additional dimension and beauty to an underwater subject.

The Aqualite is available in 3 models with different beam coverage. The Aqualite (90°) has the widest uniform coverage, where as the Aqualite (65°) has a narrower beam, but more intensity. The Aqualite (20°) has the narrowest and brightest beam. Use the 90° beam with fisheye type cameras like the GoPro and the 65° beam for the housed point and shoot cameras as well as integrated U/W cameras like SeaLife. The 20° beam is perfect for use as a primary dive light day or night.

Available in 3 Configurations:

90º Lamp Head: Covers the area seen by most wide angle underwater video cameras (ex. GoPro).

65º Lamp Head: Covers the area seen by most standard underwater video cameras (ex. SeaLife).
20º Lamp Head: Perfect for use as a primary dive light while combing the reef during the day or diving at night.
Variable Power: The brightness can be stepped up from 120 to 600 lumens in 4 levels (Full, 1/2, 1/3 and 1/6) using the rear power dial and is held at a color temperature of 5000° K.
Two ¼-20 threaded screw holes (1.2 inches apart) allow the Aqualite to be adapted to most underwater photo arms.
Power is supplied by a lithium ion battery which is charged from any USB power outlet or the included wall socket adapter. An additional battery is also included so that one can be on charge while the other is out diving. (DO NOT use disposable 123 lithium cells).
Low profile design keeps your setup compact and less likely to snag on other gear.
Non-magnetic switching to prevent dive compass interference.
Corrosion resistant Hydralum™ bezel acts as a heat sink for maximum performance underwater.
The robust design throughout features double o-rings on the front and back rotary seals, anodized machined aluminum power head and rotary switch, high impact ABS anti-corrosion body and stainless steel thread attachments.
Proudly made in the USA.

DIMENSIONS (L W H): 5.00 in x 1.50 in x 1.50 in 12.70 cm x 3.81 cm x 3.81 cm
BATTERY TYPE: Rechargeable
BATTERY DESCRIPTION: Rechargeable Lithium Ion (2200 mA-Hr)
BURN TIME (RECHARGEABLE): Full Power: 1.3 hrs, 1/2 Power: 2.3 hrs, 1/3 Power: 4.2 hrs, 1/6: 8.8 hrs
LIGHT OUTPUT (RECHARGEABLE): 600 lm (high) / 120 lm (low)
WEIGHT: 6.40 oz 181.44 g
DEPTH RATING: 500.00 ft 152.40 m
DIVE LIGHTS: Accessory



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