Underwater lights have become very important pieces of equipment, especially if you are a scuba diver. When a scuba diving flashlight is used by a diver, the light travels a short distance to the object and then back to the eye of the diver. This means that you can enjoy clear colors wherever the light is pointed.

Scuba dive lights come outfitted with various types of bulbs: conventional (Xenon or Halogen), LED (Light Emitting Diode), or HID (High-Intensity Discharge). Conventional lights are whiter, use the most energy, and burn hotter. HID lights are a blue color, take a while to reach full brightness when switched on, and use a blast system. On the other hand, LED lights are also blue but use diodes instead of filaments. They also burn cooler, use less energy and are the most durable.

Here are a few examples of the best scuba diving lights:

Bigblue TL3100P

This scuba diving light emits over 3000 lumens in a 10-degree beam. It features a push button switch that has four power levels. It burns for twenty hours on the lowest level and 2 hours on the highest. It also comes with a handle, mount, and a rechargeable, removable Li-ion battery.

Scubapro Nova 2100 SF

This dive light has dual beams, including a 2100 lumen, 65-degree wide beam, and an 800 lumen, 15-degree spot beam. It also features 5 light modes and an emergency signal. It is powered by a 25W Lithium-ion rechargeable battery that provides enough power to keep the light going strong for hours.

These two scuba diving lights will greatly enhance your dive experience and they are also important for your safety. They also ensure that you enjoy the full spectrum of color underwater for a memorable dive.