The Scubapro Nova 2100 is a spot/flood dive light with multiple functionalities. Professional and recreational divers will definitely find this little powerhouse handy. The following is a brief guide showing how using and maintaining the Scubapro Nova 2100 couldn’t be any simpler!

The battery

The Scubapro Nova 2100 comes with a 25 Wh Li-ion removable battery. You can twist open the bottom part of the light with the overpressure valve to insert the battery in place. Tightly secure the lid to make sure that the battery hits the light’s contact points.

The single-button controls

Once the battery is inserted, you can have a look to identify the features of the LED light itself and its functions. The big, noticeable soft button controls the 5 different modes of the light, including the emergency signals like one-blink and Morse code. With every press of the button, the mode and intensity of the light changes. To turn it off, just press and hold the button. The three illuminated indicators right underneath that button will tell you how much battery life the spot/flood light has left.

The Goodman handles and the pistol grip

The light has a universal tripod screw mount on the side that can help you attach the light to other equipment and accessories. The mount is also where you attach the Goodman handle. The mount is also used to attach the pistol grip for better handling of the light.


The build quality of the Scubapro Nova 2100 is strong enough to keep it safe during diving. However, you should try keeping it organized in the case it comes in after every use. The box also includes different detachable charging plugs for different outlets. Use the right one with the base cord to ensure the longevity of the original battery.

And last but not the least, it always helps if you take some time and go through the user manual itself.