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Reviewer: Andrew M.Can you see? - Well with this littly light (wit a BIG power) the answer is YES YOU CAN! Great light fits in your pocket or on your BC. How ever the best part of it is the price!!!!!!! Igot three one for BC, one for my rist and one just in case. Think about it, youre on a night dive and your budy fogot his light or just burned out. You instantly become not only a dive budy, but a hero to! YOU saved the dive! (at least his dive) Oh and lets not forget the safty issues. This allowed you to see him also.
Reviewer: Hilary R.Let there be light - Nice light, cant wait to dive with it.
Reviewer: James BennersSealife Sea Dragon Mini 600 Dive Light V 2.0 Review - Scuba Gear Reviews - I purchased this Sealife Sea Dragon Mini 600 to serve as my backup light and so far it works perfectly. I had the chance to test it out on five recent cavern dives at Blue Grotto & Devils Den in Williston Florida. On each dive it was bright enough to give me good visibility 20+ feet away, light and small enough to hold in my hand without feeling burdensome while swimming. Small enough to stow without being cumbersome. I purchased a rugged black mini flashlight holster w belt clip from Night Eyz and the Sealife fits into it perfectly snug and the materials even match my Aqualung Demensions i3 BCD so it looks great mounted! I have it mounted on the right side 2" harness strap for easy instant...View Full Review
Reviewer: Anton L.TUSA TUL-300 L.E.D. Light Review - $78.99 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews - 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...View Full Review
Reviewer: Andrew G.Little light but bright and easy to use - Bought two of these little guys for my wife and I for a trip to Maldives. We love night diving and used to not have any problem picking each other out at night but now that everyone has sola lights (we do photography and used to be the only ones with solas), it is getting harder to separate them from us. These lights are easy to clip on and automatically turn on when you hit the water. No batteries to change or o-rings to service. They are fairly bright and flash so very noticeable. Saw a similar light on in Indonesia last year but it flashed different LED colors. That was very cool but couldnt find the same anywhere. It may have been home made. To make it easier to attach, I did...View Full Review
Reviewer: Darren C.Great dive light - Bought two of these for a recent wreck dive off Key Largo with my son. Worked well at 100 feet. No problems. Easy to use switch and robust wrist strap. Nice bright and tight beam. Penetrated the darkness inside the wreck very nicely. Seems to be very well built so hope it lasts. Even comes with a nice case that can be worn on your belt when not diving or for storage in your dive bag.
Reviewer: Pete C.Trident L.E.D. Light Stick Review - Scuba Gear Reviews - Used this recently on night dives in Bonaire. Gives out a good glow. Didnt need to use it as a marker during dives but very helpful when sorting and donning gear before and after the dive.
Reviewer: Keely E. StevensonPromate Fire Glow Beacon Review - Scuba Gear Reviews - Wanted this after seeing several divers with on my first night dive. Havent tried them yet but am happy I have them
Reviewer: Justin SchumacherBig Blue AL450W L.E.D. Light Review - $65.99 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews - I am new to diving so I did a lot of research on dive lights before settling on this one. I am a "plastic is made for toys" kind of guy so I liked the fact that this is all aluminum. I know that mentality isnt the best for this sport, but I wanted a quality light. The beam is fairly wide, so if you are looking for a "spot" style light, go with the narrow beam model. The quality of this light reminds me of Surefire, Mag, and other high quality tactical lights.
Reviewer: Abelardo M.Easy Clip Lights - Very handy, can be placed on to any part of my diving gears. It gives me full sense of visibility to other divers. Color of light provides identification to my buddy or other divers too. Very affordable. A must for open water dives or on with poor visibility.
Reviewer: David M.Trident underwater laser - ho-hum - The laser works at night, and best out of water. I had some fun getting goatfish to Chase the light, but it wasnt very effective pointing out small or hidden fish such as the ghost pipefish. Green may be a better color than red.
Reviewer: Elizabeth TerryPrinceton Tec League 100 L.E.D. Light Review - Scuba Gear Reviews - This is a good light that puts out lots of light for a small light. Light weight for travel and slips in a pocket easily.
Reviewer: Joseph C.compact dive tourch - great little light
Reviewer: DarrenExcellent Light - Very impressed with this light. It is bright and feels comfortable in your hand. I was impressed with the feature to monitor battery life. Would recommend this to anyone.