Andy wrote:Ignoring the DIY options, which basically I know nothing about, the SOLUS products certainly seem to fit the bill:
ChuckyBob wrote:Andy wrote:Ignoring the DIY options, which basically I know nothing about, the SOLUS products certainly seem to fit the bill:
Looks like they are going out of business??
Pete wrote:Ok, so it sounds like a cannister light is the way to go for me as a primary... now I just need to work through features... like, I would like to think I could get three brightnesses... 1. Wreck quality, 2. Night dive primary, 3. Night dive - care of fauna
Pete wrote:I will check out some of the techier setups tomorrow night and see what they have, that way I may get clearer on where I'm going with this...
Pete wrote:.....The second thing, that I see nothing of here is there is no recommendations on the backup torches. Now I really like those small intovas (I have seen the same torch branded tusa and cheaper too), but what I dont like is the cost of batteries!!! Im talking about those small ones that take two batteries and have no handle so they can be stowed easily.
ChuckyBob wrote: Ask Bink about them. He now has 2.
ChuckyBob wrote:The question is what is it you require from a back up?
If you dive in cave systems you need one that can get you out. Same for a wreck.
The new Intova narrow beam is a good little light. I hear you can use CR123 rechargeable in it which you can get really cheap online. Infact you can get 2 cells and a charger for cheaper than what most dive shops want for a pair of non rechargeable cells.
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