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User Guide: Mares EOS 12RZ LED

The Mares EOS 12RZ dive light is a 1200 lumen, quality dive light designed by the incredible craftsmen at Mares, a company that understands the importance of the stability and function of equipment in an underwater environment. The light is perfect for long or short dives, as it has a water depth rating of 200 meters, and will come in handy to amateurs and professionals alike. The magnetic switch and adjustable focus make the EOS 12RZ a simple to operate and supremely useful piece of equipment. Below, we’ll take a brief look at using and maintaining the Mares EOS...

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User Guide: i-Torch Venom38

The i-Torch Venom 38 is an LED dive light used to illuminate underwater subjects during photo or video shooting. It provides 3800 lumens over a beam of 120-degrees, making it a pretty strong light for the job. It includes white, red and blue LEDs. To exploit the i-Torch Venom 38 to maximum levels, it is important that it is used and maintained properly. Here’s a guide to using and maintaining the i-Torch Venom 38 for optimum performance. Handling Attach the light to your arm system using the provided YS mount. This leaves your hands free to handle the camera...

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User Guide: Light & Motion Sola Photo 1200

If you like to use a light for filming or capturing photos underwater, the Light & Motion Sola Photo 1200 is the dive light that you should go for. Being lightweight and compact in size, it is ideal for photographers who travel. In the subsequent paragraphs, we will discuss using and maintaining the Light & Motion Sola Photo 1200. How to Operate the Sola Photo 1200 The astounding Sola Photo 1200 produces 220 lumens of red light and 1200 lumens of white light. These lamps generate fantastic power output in spite of their compact size. This is possible because...

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User Guide: IST Sports Orion 1000s

The IST Sports Orion 1000s is a great primary or backup diving light, but it has to be used and taken care of correctly for maximum effect and longevity. The Orion 1000s has a plastic body and an aluminum head. A double-O ring seal close to the head makes the light waterproof. The light has a rechargeable battery that can last up to 100 minutes on full power. It has five light modes. Usage The little light is comfortable enough to hold in hand when diving, but it can also be attached to a wrist mount. Always use the...

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Top 3 Underwater Kinetics Dive Lights

For many years, Underwater Kinetics has been recognized as the top manufacturer of the world’s most high-tech, long-lasting and reliable dive lights. Underwater Kinetics dive lights are extremely popular among professional and recreational divers. The following are the top 3 Underwater Kinetics dive lights: Underwater Kinetics SL4 eLED L1 This high intensity LED dive light is renowned due to its compact size and incredible battery life. The dive light features a narrow penetrating beam that allows the user to maneuver their way in low light marine conditions. The SL4 eLED dive light produces 400 lumens of brightness and a...

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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!