Tips To Choose Dive Lights For Technical Diving

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When you choose dive lights, you must consider your diving needs and environmental factors. To help you make a suitable choice, let's outline three tips to choose technical dive lights and introduce suitable lights to you.

Some thing about technical diving.

Technical diving is different from scuba diving. It will lead divers beyond the limits of scuba diving. Therefore, it has strict requirements on the physical and psychological qualities of divers, it is not like recreational diving, which is suitable for most people. As a result, technical diving is more dangerous than other diving.

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3 tips to choose technical dive flashlights

Night divers and technical divers are advised to have primary light and backup light for safety. 3 basic tips to help you make the right choice.

1. Lumens

Primary light is bigger, brighter, and extends burn time. For backup light, it is relatively small and portable. When you choose the primary light, the light can be as bright as it can be equipped with batteries. So generally speaking, the number of batteries determines the brightness of the dive torch.

2. Beam angle

Focus beam angle - 7~12degrees, which is very suitable for technical diving, such as cave diving, wreck diving, limited visibility diving, etc.

3.Burn time

The battery capacity of the dive torch determines the burn time of the underwater flashlight. A powerful light with sufficient burn time can help you dive underwater for a long time. So when you buy the technical dive light, choose the lights with powerful battery capacity.  

primary dive light

As a primary dive light, canister light is very popular for technical divers. Because of its powerful batteries, strong light, and focus beam angle to help you inspect the environment around you when going technical diving. OrcaTorch D630 is such a canister light. The light delivers up to 4000 lumens for 5 hours, and its angle adjustable cable allows both 90°& 180°, which is perfectly suitable for both side mount and back mount diving.