1400Lm CREE LED Waterproof Diving Flashlight
Website - http://cgi.ebay.com.sg/1400Lm-CREE-LED-Waterproof-Diving-Flashlight-Torch-SET-/190550747605?pt=US_Flashlights&hash=item2c5db5a9d5Detail
* Size - 205mm (Length) x 46mm (Front) x 34mm (Rear)
* Weight (with batteries) - 520g
* Battery Type - 2x 18650
* Switch Type - Twisty
Important Note... Yet to be Tested Underwater
Distance between Light and Curtain - 7.2m
Width of livingroom (wall to wall) - 3.3m
Distance between Light to Wall - 2.2m
Masking Tape - Black line to black line (1m)Camera Setting
* Camera - Canon Powershot A650IS
* Mode - Manual Mode
* Aperture - f4
* Shutter - 1/2 SecPersonal Info
Note... haven't got the chance to test this light underwater yet. No way I could tell will it drown or not on the very 1st dive. Found this light selling on ebay one fine afternoon... The internet company selling this light is from HK... which meant that this is most likely a CHINA MADE and DESIGNED light. Soild like a rock... heavy too. If you need a hammer to crack open chili crab at the Dive Centre/Resort... I think you could use this light. Not sure how it compares with the SOLA 600... but as you can see, my whole livingroom has been lited up.
Since I only got this light yesterday (as of time of writing)... don't have time to do a good check (will update here when I can). But the O-Ring isn't the kind I'm used too... and their silicon grease is 'brown' in color...
Might replace all those colored O-Ring if and when I could....
Bad news.... brought along this divelight for my Manado trip this Sept and tested it to a depth of 30m. I load in the 2x 18650 batteries and kept the whole divelight inside my BCD pocket. And I didn't bring it out till after the dive.... my thinking was "If it floods, it floods... nothing can be done"... but something else happens.
As you can see... some part of the Aluminium body had chipped off... reason unknown. The end cap had suffer from what we believed to be electrolysis... paint and metal 'burned' off. But surpisingly....
... the divelight still works after battery replacement. We believe that maybe there is a battery leak and that electrolysis occurs with the metal and the saltwater... causing the metal to peel/melt off. We know this because the fully charge batteries was greatly weaken after the dive.
Due to the weakening of the metal body... I strong doubt
this divelight is safe to be use again underwater...