View Full Version : recomendations for a couple of small dive lights.

08-26-2007, 17:39
I want to get a couple of somewhat small but powerful, and somewhat inexpensive dive lights that i can hook to retractors, just for looking under rocks, and sunken boats and stuff like that. I don't need anything special, just something that works, and can anyone give me an opinion about whether i should get a dive slate to help communicate with the misses.

08-26-2007, 17:53
I have a UK SL4 eLED...as my backup light... it works great...bright...last a pretty long time and pretty much cant break it with a few exceptions:smiley34:...but any of the UK SL lights a very bright and sounds like would work how you want them to. oHH and ST has them at a great price!

08-26-2007, 17:59
Dive slate -> http://www.scubatoys.com/store/detail.asp?PRODUCT_ID=QRBSL1
or even better
http://www.scubatoys.com/store/detail.asp?PRODUCT_ID=RetractCompass (comes with compass)

Dive light, I use duel UK SL4's

Great for peaking under stuff.. and they are small

08-26-2007, 20:33
i like the ikelite pcm very small and powerful. better than my ukc4 light and it is the size of a small cell phone.

08-27-2007, 21:21
I will ditto the UK SL4 - I am using the Halogen version because that it was I have. It has survived alot of abuse and use.

08-31-2007, 19:38
Princeton Tec makes a light called the Tec 40


or I personally have the Mini Q 40


Both would be great for looking into crevices for the critters!