Nanight C3 Lamp


Nanight C3 Lamp

1019 Gear news nanight C3 lamp

With its 5° spot beam, Nanight reckons its C3 cannister light is perfect for low-visibility exploration.

It boasts a 4000-lumen output with multiple power settings, burntimes of up to seven hours and a reliable magnetic switch.

Nanight points out the high quality of the components it uses, including Panasonic batteries, Agro cable glands and Electro Oceanic wet connectors.

10 October 2019

The 200m-rated light includes options such as Nanight’s new external charging port, different cable lengths and a choice of handles.

Prices start from £553.



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