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  • posted byAlexGa on 10/25/2010

    The lamp is very bright and works with two AA Batteries I had two of them, both were flooding. Water came in before reaching ten meter depth. First lamp was replaced by DX, but second one was also not waterproof. As the second was flooding in a lake I could use the lamp after drying. But only as a normal lamp, not for diving. don't use for diving, even ... Read more

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  • posted byjspeybro on 07/14/2010

    - cheap - easy to operate - a lot of light for the mony, certainly as a dive light - easy to mod - easy to repair if necessary I ordered 20 of these and have seen quite some issues poor built quality: very inconsistent. some come with driver, some with resistors, some are simply direct drive. the led is usually not fixed to the heat sink but that is ... Read more

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  • posted byBradleyP on 06/22/2010

    Good built and light weight. Small enough to fit onto BCD or into pocket. Works well in Irish waters. Perfect as Backup Torch in green water and in blue water good as Primary torch. Three O-Rings around neck and seal is great. Had to send two back as faulty but support from DX was great and replacement one is working perfectly. Would to have the hole ... Read more

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  • posted bygcbryan on 05/13/2010

    This is a bright and focused backup dive light. It's very robust and even over engineered with a 6 mil lens in a 30 mil diameter. There are o-rings everywhere. I've owned two and no two are alike. Some have drivers, some have driver boards with no drivers, and some have no driver boards at all. Some have 2 o-rings where you twist the head and some have ... Read more

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  • posted byKilili on 04/19/2010

    Looks like you could drive a truck over it without problems. Be a week before I get it in deep water, but seems unlikely to leak. Only one access point, and it has 3 oversize o-rings. O-ring around press-fit [?] bevel plastic lens. Two more at top of heap, but only for decoration, I checked. From brightness, lumen rating probably close to target. Screw ... Read more

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  • posted byc9ruslan on 03/09/2010

    Bright enough. Simple construction-not likely to fail. Good candidate for modification. Good grip and mountable on speargun. The beam could be wider! P4 is an old stuff - time to upgrade to Q5 at least! There are enough review s and modification to take into consideration and renew the item! Also a good flashlight for general fishing considering the ... Read more

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  • posted byChillyWilly on 03/01/2010

    This light has been great, I have it set up as a Back-up. I use it for wreck and Cavern Diving. I have built many lights and this light for the price point is outstanding. You can't get anything equivalent for this price. Its great that it uses regular AA Batteries. Easy to replace batteries before dives. None so far in the 8 months that I have owned ... Read more

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  • posted bybafulol on 02/20/2010

    -Very robust -Very Bright -Very usefful like secundary -Not too big -Can attach a landyard -Use AA betteries -Good run time In spanish: La linterna no es muy grande y la verdad que esta bastante bien, usa pilas AA (baratas) y cumple con su funcion a la perfeccion. Cuerpo de plastico y cabeza de aluminio. -Price Spanish: Se enciende por giro del cabezal ... Read more

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  • posted bygcbryan on 02/07/2010

    This is a very well made dive light. It has multiple o-rings as needed. The glass lens is press fit so the only opening is the head to body opening where you put in the batteries. This is also how you switch the light on and off. There are 3 o-rings just in this area alone. There are two more in the lens area. It has a very tight beam. There are different ... Read more

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  • posted byhyperloop on 11/23/2009

    Built like a tank, i think i could use this as a weapon on its own. Once loading the 3 AA cells in it becomes very significant in weight (which would probably not make a difference underwater). Okay here goes:- Fit and finish: superb, 3 O-rings in the head, fat and thick to ensure water sealing capabilities. Body is thick and hefty with many corrugations ... Read more

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