Dive lights make night dives possible, and they can really ratchet up the fun quotient of a day dive by allowing you to probe darker recesses in the reefs. Whether you prefer a mini light that lives in a BC pocket (until you need it), a powerful primary light that can lay down some serious illumination on a tropical night dive, or a compact canister light that you wear on your wrist, there are myriad models to choose from ranging in size, burn time*, power and price.
›› 10-degree beam angle offers a concentrated burst of light
›› Constructed of high-grade aluminum, anodized for superior corrosion protection
›› Depth rated to 300 feet to satisfy all recreational-diving needs
The Gamma’s slim body is easy to hold and is sized to fit virtually any BC pocket. Its 220-lumen beam is bright from center to periphery, and can be accessorized with diffusers and filters for photo uses.