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Old 06-07-2009, 05:34 PM   #1
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Default Dive Light

I needed a small light to look under ledges and in crevices for bugs and looked at several lights available locally. I finally decided on the Pelican Nemo 2410 light. I purchased the light at a dive shop in Pensacola. Here are the specs:



Whether you are a diver, rescue professional, hard core outdoor fan or the person who just likes the best, the Pelican Nemo 2410 Flashlight with LED Recoil Technology is for you.
<UL><LI>Recoil LED Technology produces a white collimated beam that's as bright as an incandescent light and provides 10,000 hours of lamp life and extended battery burn time.<LI>The rugged, light weight ABS resin body is submersible to 500 feet and the thumb switch is easy to use.<LI>With 4 AA Alkaline batteries (included) this light weighs 7.3 oz. and produces 32 Lumens.</LI><LI>Material:ABS resin body </LI><LI>Waterproof:Submersible to 500 ft</LI><LI>Size:7" in (17.8 cm) </LI><LI>Bulb:1 Watt LED </LI><LI>Weight:7.3 oz (with batteries)</LI><LI>Batteries:4 AA Alkaline </LI><LI>Burn time:32 hrs</LI>[/list]<P style="PADDING-LEFT: 10px; BACKGROUND-IMAGE: url(/images/prod/bullet_square_gray.gif); BACKGROUND-REPEAT: no-repeat">Personally, I like the the switch and the beam pattern. I used it yesterday during a day dive and it worked great, What surprised me the most is its performance when I tried it later that night at home. I was amazed how it illuminated the woods 100' away. I just couldn't believe the amount of light produced by a 1 watt LED bulb. It's now a permanent part of my everyday dive gear. I also have an Ikelite Mini C and an Ikelite RCD, which are great for night dives bur are a bit too large for everyday daylight divng. The light is approximately 7" long and 1 3/4" diameter at the lens. The handle is rectangular and measures approximately 1 3/3" width x 3/4" height. It comes complete with 4 AA alkaline batteries and a lanyard. I attached it to my BC shoulder strap. The one handed operation makes it ideal for spearfishing and hunting for bugs. Notice the extremely long burn time. I compared it to 4 and 5 watt LED bulbs and could not tell the difference. This is truly something that has to be seen to be appreciated.<DIV style="CLEAR: both"></DIV>
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Old 06-07-2009, 05:36 PM   #2
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I use one about the same size by UK.
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