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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: DeeAnna W.Good light for the price.... - i purchased two of these dive lights, one in pink and one in yellow. the light is reasonably compact and plenty bright for what i need. id recommend it for the casual rec diver or as a backup to a better dive light. loaded with 8 aa batteries, the light will add about 1 lb to your overall weight. i followed the advice in other reviews to add a thin coat of silicone grease to the o-rings and threads of the front cap (what you unscrew to get to the batteries). i also dismantled the power switch and lightly coated the o-ring seals with silicone grease as well. after greasing, i havent seen any leaks, but i dont have long term experience with the light either. (you can find silicone grease in a...View Full Review
Reviewer: David LeeExcellent Light - This is an excellent light. At 1000 lumens it really outshines anything of lower brightness. When I first got it, I thought it would be too big and heavy to be easily used but once I got it connected and tried out it is very comfortable. I hooked it to a "snappy" just in case. It fit into my BC zippered pocket easily for ascent and decent then I could remove it underwater for use. I didnt know what to do with the very large handle but found it made an excellent hook which I could attach the flashlight to my chest strap while not in use and it doesnt dangle so I could swim through caves and near the bottom without it being in the way but still be trivially accessible when I needed...View Full Review
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: Nick L.Sealife Sea Dragon Mini 600 Dive Light Review - $129.95 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews - Recently took this light on trip to Florida Keys. I try to use a small light like this as a focusing light as well as a primary dive light on night dives. This light was all I expected it to be. Very broad beam with lots of power for its size. If you like it bright, use the high setting, I prefer a little more stealth and used it at the 40% setting and had plenty of light. Ridiculously tiny, it will fit anywhere. If using the rechargeable batteries get two since they do take a l-o-n-g time to recharge, as in overnight.
Reviewer: Terry HarrisonTrident L.E.D. Light Stick Review - $14.95 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews - i bought two of these for an upcoming trip to roatan. the light "wand" portion is solid and puts out a good amount of light. i ordered the flashing units (i feel these are easier to see underwater) and was happy with the flash cycle (not too fast or slow). i have not used them on a dive yet and i am hoping that the unit is positively buoyant so it will float above the tank where we normally would clip on a glow stick. ill my review after the trip in dec/jan.
Reviewer: David VanderpoolTrident Water Activated L.E.D. Light Review - $9.95 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews - I purchased 2 of these water activated lights to improve the safety of my wife and I on our dive trip in Maui. I must admit that I didnt think they would work as advertised. I was plesently suprised when they worked better than advertised. It helped me keep track of my wife and she was able to keep me which was extreamely valuable when we were doing a wreck dive and some idiot disturbed the ground sediment reducing visability to next to zero but I was still able to find my wife and help her find a safe exit thanks to these little jewels. Well worth the cost and should be a required must have on every dive trip.
Reviewer: Hillary S.Great little pointer! - I did a shallow dive (6-16ft) for about an hour without any battery issues at all. It definitely works better in low-lit areas, and was a great tool to point out stuff to my dive buddy. It worked great pointing at objects and animals about 3-4 feet away, and visible to my buddy on the object about 6 ft away. Underwater in bright lighting, it was not visible at all (no surprise). It is small enough to fit in a BC pocket or keep on your wrist without getting in the way. I wound up just holding it even when the light couldnt be used.
Reviewer: Maryanne L.Small, but great for second light or emergency - Purchased for emergency second night dive light use, but now used also for day dives rather than toting bigger & heavier dive light. Have used this down to 110 feet with no problem, even though it only has one O-ring seal. Not really big enough for large caves or swim-thrus, but perfect for checking holes and cracks.
Reviewer: Benjamin DuvallScuba Mini U-Beam 5 L.E.D Light - Flashlight works great, would say use it as an alternative to more expensive light but is a nice like for looking into small areas or for a cheap DYI camera lights. Also ordered one and ended up not working but Scuba.com customer service fixed the problem.
Reviewer: Kurt K.Good Value - I bought this light looking for a replacement for my small everyday dive light. Its small compact design is perfect. It provides plenty of light for poking in cracks and small dark spots. Also use it for a backup night dive light. My only complaint is that I have it attached to a retractable lanyard and the attachment point is in the middle of the light, not the end. That makes it a little awkward to stow in a BC pocket. All in all, a good value & performance for an AA backup light.
Reviewer: Shaun BogelOutstanding day light, great backup light - This a great pocket light, not for use as your primary light!, but during the day time it all you’ll ever need, it extremely bright at close distances (under 10’) it great for looking between crevasses and it extremely durable. I would defiantly recommend this light, plus you can’t beat the price, 35 dollars please they are giving it away. I’ve got more than 25 dives on it and still extremely reliable. If your looking for a great affordable light I would buy this one
Reviewer: Mark T.Superb for Night Dives - cracking one of these to start the glow and then tucking it under my mask guard has been a great aid for my buddy to find me while in the deep dark No need for blinding me with a bright torch (flashlight) very reassuring.