Seeing Into the Deep Blue

Scuba diving enthusiasts around the world enjoy pristine natural beauty while exploring undersea. With proper scuba diving lights, the undersea world can be savored at any time of day or night and at any reachable depth. Several different types of scuba diving lights are available to suit the needs of any diver. Novice and expert divers alike can choose from a myriad of lights designed to suit requirements of anything from nighttime exploring to investigating shipwrecks. Models are also available for the sole purpose of underwater photography and videography. Many reputable companies manufacture reliable quality lights. Dive Rite lights, Pelican dive lights and Big Blue dive lights are produced by respectable companies that deliver high quality state-of-the art equipment.

Dive Rite lights are trusted by many divers. The RX2 slimline LED is the most advanced lighting system available in the line. The system utilizes an intelligent microprocessor control unit that enables the light to function at a level of maximum efficiency at 880 lumens and has a system designed to keep the unit from overheating. The RX2 sidemount LED features a longer cord that is placed at a 70 degree angle at the top of the canister. This allows the diver to tank or butt mount, which provides extra flexibility when using the light in either hand or scootering. It also has a light output of 880 lumens. Both models are outfitted with battery state-of-charge monitoring, low battery indication at turn on, temperature monitoring for device protection and OFF-HIGH-LOW selection via rotary switch.

Pelican dive lights come in seven different models. The lights produced by this manufacturer are more compact and resemble a common flashlight. All Pelican dive lights are approved for extreme sport dives. The Nemo 1900 features a Xenon light source, has an output of 11 lumens and has a run time of 1.5 hours. The Nemo 1960 LED puts out 24 lumens for up to 3 hours. An output of 53 lumens is achieved by the…

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