Posted by Walt on May 10, 2012 at 18:18:56:|
In Reply to: What lights are you guys using for bug diving? posted by Eric Sedletzky on May 10, 2012 at 16:02:40:
I've been diving with a Pelican 2010 (LED, 3 C cells that seem to last forever - rated 50 hours); if it floods you get a new one - lifetime. Light weight with both lanyard and clip. Its not a 'light up the seas' type light, but has served me very well for over a hundred night dives. Also makes a great surface light as its water proof and LED doesn't heat up like most other bulbs. At teh price it can be a primary and back-up.
I also carry a Pelican MityLite (2 AAA batteries) as a second back-up and easy-to carry and use daytime light in my pouch - enough to find my way back at night, but limited for any surface signaling. Used it on a night dive in the Bahamas when my rented light died.
Not reecommended for technical diving and dive within your limits of training... (legal disclaimer I have to add)
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