Dive lights are necessary for divers wishing to dive at night. A dive light helps you to navigate, check your gauges and see the life living under the oceans. Dive lights are also required during the day to assist in viewing caverns and wrecks. The importance of choosing the right diving light is essential, and for many divers, dive light prices are a huge factor they consider. Here are a few products that we believe are well worth their price tags.

Tovatec Fusion 530


With a light output of 530 lumens and adjustable beam angles (12 -100 degrees), this dive light has a depth rating of 328ft/100m. The weight and dimensions are 9.4 oz. and 6.3″ x 1.5”, making for exceptional maneuverability. The dive light has a switch slide and multi-function operation. The battery is a rechargeable CR 18650 Li-ion with circuit protections and a burn time of 3 hours.

This is a mid-range, powerful torch with reviews giving a 4.3 out of 5 rating.

Ikelilte Gamma II LED Dive Light


This pocket light, with an output of 350 lumens and a concentrated 10-degree beam, has a 400ft/120m depth rating. It has a color temperature of 6500K, 10 hours of running time, and compact dimensions at 5.6″ x 1.4”.

This dive light has a 5 / 5 review, with an improved light output of 60% due its use of the latest LEDs.

Dive Rite LX20 LED Handheld Primary Light


This dive light has been rated to 500ft and has a 6-degree concentrated light beam and a rotary magnetic on/off switch, yet it is still compact at only 6″x2”. This top-end dive light is powered by a lithium-ion battery. It burns for 4 hours on high power, 6 hours on low power, and 36 hours in strobe mode. The light has a 5/5 review.

Believe it or not, the most versatile light on this list is also the cheapest: the Ikelilte Gamma 11 – LED. This dive light is lightweight, made of aircraft grade aluminum, and it has been designed ergonomically to give it a non-slip grip.