Getting ready to take your first dip after dark? Here are a few of the best night dive lights, beloved for their maneuverability, durability, and built-in features.

Scubapro Nova 203

For anyone on the market for a dive light, the Scubapro Nova 203 is a popular choice due to its well-designed reflector that ensures the light is pushed forward to where it is needed. The medium-sized LED light functions as an excellent primary light for night dives. The lamp size is 7.6 by 1.7 inches, and the torch weighs in at only 8.5 ounces without the batteries. The light can be operated at depths of up to 120 meters and uses three alkaline C batteries that power the light for 14-18 hours. The light puts out 230 lumens, as its name suggests.

LED Lenser D14

The LED Lenser D14 dive light weighs about 220 grams and is equipped with an axial collimator; as a result, the dive light can maintain an incredible strength of focus even at depths where other lights become scattered. The dive light is best for anyone who is planning on diving up to 197 feet. The unit is powered by four AA 1.5 volt batteries, which can be found at any convenience store. The light can put out 135 lumens, and the LED bulb is good for over 100,000 hours of use.


The Underwater Kinetics UK SL4 L1 dive light is a handheld flashlight that offers consistent, super bright and reliable light for up to ten hours; it has a depth rating of 500 ft and functions beautifully, especially at night. At 400 lumens, the dive light produces solid brightness and comes with a high intensity LED bulb that does not break easily even when dropped. The dive light includes four C-cell batteries that can provide up to 10 hours of burn time.