The most important part of owning a dive light is making sure that you maintain it so that it can serve you for an extended period of time. Unfortunately, very few people ever take this precaution and make sure their dive lights are in a good state. If you are one of them, listen up! Here’s a crash course on using and maintaining the Ikelite Gamma dive light. Always make sure that you rinse your Ikelite Gamma dive light with fresh water after every dive. This washes away any contaminants present in your light, like salt or sand, which...Read More
Author: Cavediver Aaron
The UK Sunlight C8 eLED has been used for years by divers around the world due to its amazing features, including its ability to run for up to 6 hours on high and 20 hours on low, the rechargeable battery, its anti-corrosive and ultra-tough rubber construction, and the 400 to 1200 lumens of brightness delivered by the dive light. Here are some great tips for using and maintaining the UK Sunlight C8 eLED. Tips to increase the functionality of the UK Sunlight C8 eLED Remove and wipe the O-ring often. This is done by passing it between your fingers...Read More
The Bigblue TL3100P provides 3100 lumens of light on full power. It is built from quality aluminum alloy making it resistant to corrosion. Three LEDs are fixed behind an optical tempered glass system. Here are some hacks to using and maintaining the Bigblue TL3100P. Tips for Usage The user turns this lighting device on using a conveniently-placed single push button. Once it is on, the diver can choose between blue, red, or green LEDs. The same button has an option for SOS. For hands-free use, the Goodman glove supplied with the light is used. The conventional method of handling...Read More
As a diver, it goes without saying that one of the most important tools is your light. This applies whether you are a professional diver exploring sea depths for wrecks or a recreational diver on an adventurous expedition through underwater caves. What is by far one of the most commonly used diving lights is the UK Aqualite Pro 20. Below are a few tips and guidelines that should make it easier for you to get the most out of the model. Operating The Light This model features 4 power settings with different light colors and intensities to choose from....Read More
Tovatec offers a wide range of relatively affordable, highly dependable dive lights. Here are the top 3 Tovatec dive lights on the market today. Tovatec Fusion 530 As the name suggests, this light source has a 530-lumen output. Its beam angle is flexible and ranges between 12 and 100 degrees. The Fusion 530 is useful in video shooting because of its powerful beam. It has a provision where one can fix a camera to the light to make shooting underwater easier. Though a small gadget, this model has a depth rating of 100 meters/328 feet. The design uses...Read More
Welcome to DiveLight! We’re Scott, Dave, and Aaron, and our lives pretty much revolve around diving – what started as a thrilling hobby has turned into our full-time jobs, and we thought we’d throw a blog into the mix to help other diving enthusiasts delve into the surprisingly rich world of dive lights.
All three of us are certified master scuba divers working as PADI instructors and commercial divers in the United States. In our spare time, we love reviewing the latest and greatest dive lights and giving novice divers and professionals alike tips and tricks for utilizing this fantastic piece of equipment.
When we’re not teaching, working, or jumping into the water at night (our favorite time to enjoy some recreational diving), we’re updating the blog. Stick around and stay up to date on the latest dive lights on the market!