Illuminate the underwater world at depths as great as 328' with the silver ICOM II Compact LED Dive Light from Tovatec. Its single CREE XPG LED outputs 85 or 285 lumens, and you can toggle between these settings via the magnetic side switch. Additionally, you can select a strobe mode for emergency signaling. The light runs on 3 user-supplied AAA batteries, which provide an operating time of 3 hours.
The ICOM II's narrow 9° angle of coverage works well for focusing in photo and video applications and exploring small spaces, such as the nooks and crannies in coral reefs or caves. Such a tight beam spread also makes the ICOM an effective general backup dive light. At 6500-7500K, the light's color temperature is daylight-balanced to help you restore hues that get absorbed by water--so you can ensure that the colors you see, and those that appear in any images you capture with your camera, are accurate and vivid. Built for durability, especially resistance to corrosion, the head and body are constructed from an anodized aluminum alloy. The light also features a double O-ring seal for reliable waterproofing.
- Light source: 1 CREE XPG LED
- Two outputs: 85 and 285 lumens
- Strobe mode for signaling in emergency situations
- Run time: 3 hours with 3 user-supplied AAA batteries
- Narrow, concentrated 9° angle of coverage makes the light great for focusing, exploring tight spaces, and examining sea life up close
- Tight beam angle also makes the ICOM II an effective backup dive light
- Daylight-balanced 6500-7500K color temperature helps restore hues that get absorbed by water, ensuring that colors you see, and those that appear in images you capture with your camera, are accurate and vivid
- Magnetic side switch for turning power on/off and switching between output levels
- Depth rating: 328'
- Light body and head are made of anodized aluminum alloy to resist corrosion
- Double O-ring seal for reliable waterproofing
Additional Supplied Accessories
- Lanyard keeps light securely attached to wrist to prevent loss if it slips out of your grasp