Orca

Orca D520 Dive Underwater Light

Black

£83.95

Item code: 309951

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Orca

Orca D520 Dive Underwater Light

Black

£83.95

Information

The Orca D520 Dive Torch is a compact but powerful torch made from an aircraft grade anodised aluminium to make it tough and lightweight. The CREE LED produces up to 1000 Lumens of white light for up to 2 hours with a 18650 battery.

 

CREE XM-L2(U4) LED produces clean white light in a tight 12° beam with a 72° halo around it making it good for signalling and focusing on one item while still illuminating the area around the hot spot.

Features

*Cree XM-L2(U4) LED, max 1000 lumens output
*Uses 1*18650/2*CR123A/2*16340 battery
*Mechanically head rotary switch offers high reliability underwater
*Water pressure resistant construction ,depth rated to 150 meters
*Reverse polarity protection, to protect from improper battery installation
*Over-discharge protection function
*Aircraft-grade high strength aluminum material
*The latest diamond grade hard-anodized seawater-corrosion-resistance finish
*Alloy aluminum reflector with professional optical analysis
*Two sides coated toughened glass with high water pressure resistance under deep water

Specifications

Output : 1000 Lumens

Runtime : 2h

Beam distance, on land : 250m

Intensity : 14300cd

Impact Resistance : 1m

Waterproof : 150m

Working Voltage : 3 - 8.4V

Dimension 134.5 x 30mm

Net Weight : 113.5g, excluding battery

Included : 18650 battery, O-Ring & Lanyard

Product ratings

2 September 2017

I have not used it in a cave yet but so far very impressed.

10 December 2017

The torch is sensibly bright and compact and cheerfully colourful. Fits comfortably on a wrist mount, but the twist head has a lot of resistance, so turning it on/off one-handed is not possible. That's a little inconvenient but probably good for water-tightness. It had it's virgin dive yesterday in very dark conditions. It's a spotlight, so it will overexpose any photo if you put it too close to your subject. Given the small size of the head the field of view is narrower than my bigger spotlight torch but it's still adequate. I think it makes a decent backup light and it will probably replace my current much bulkier second torch on normal dives.