Top 10 Scuba Torches | #top10 #scuba #torch | @ScubaDiverMagazine


Top 10 Scuba Torches for 2022 | #top10 #scuba #torch | @Scuba Diver Magazine
Ten of my favorite dive lights in 2022 for a range of scuba diving needs
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00:00 – Intro
01:15 – Nomad
03:17 – Video
04:41 – All-Rounder
05:43 – Backup
06:49 – Umbilical
08:20 – Budget
09:11 – Practical
10:37 – Something Different
11:50 – POWER!
13:02 – Beacon Strobe

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Jeffery Neu
Jeffery Neu
1 year ago

The Ikelite Mini C is low tech by today’s standards. I still like it. If it floods, a thorough cleaning will have working like new. It is also bright and very reasonable.

john bragg
john bragg
1 year ago

Love all your vids massive fan but this video felt a little pushed infavour of expensive choices

Joakim Diver
Joakim Diver
1 year ago

Divepro CL 4200. Lots of light, robust and cheap(for a primary light)👌

Marcin J. Wasiak
Marcin J. Wasiak
1 year ago

Feels like the collection of random high profit slow movers that you have been asked to sell out. Anyway, we all need to eat.

Katherine
Katherine
1 year ago

When the Mares EOS isn’t available, what’s a good adjustable beam angle (primary) dive torch? This will be used in colder water, so something usable with heavy gloves and a max lumen output of at least 1,000 will be needed. I’ve been looking at BigBlue, Tovatec and Light & Motion Sola. Any recommendations/suggestions?

William Sweet
William Sweet
1 year ago

Big Blue makes amazing lights that work well and their customer service is awesome a

Petr Krejzlik
Petr Krejzlik
1 year ago

What I am missing in this video is complete category of dive lights suitable for use with GoPro. In my case, this is Sidekick duo. Small, portable, perfectly fits gopro, and does exactly what it is supposed to do.

mariosx12
mariosx12
1 year ago

Somehow Halcyon Focus 1 & 2 didn’t make it in the list.

Ski & Scuba NE
Ski & Scuba NE
1 year ago

That strobe like most others is almost useless in lower visibility water. Recommend the S2 or Big Blue Strobe. These work very well to find a mooring or anchor line with limited viz. There are many good brands of light not mentioned that wont break the bank. The Apeks lights in the video retail for $700 and up…

roefel tester
roefel tester
1 year ago

What about the downside of factory sealed torches? If the quality of the battery goes down overtime you have no means to replace it.
That`s the reason i went for apeks mini as backup torch but for the bigblue tl-3800p as primary. I don`t want to be forced to buy an expensive new primary dive torch when my battery is not up to the task anymore.

I`m surprised this never comes up.

Sebastian Lauwers
Sebastian Lauwers
Reply to  roefel tester
1 year ago

There’s pros and cons to both. A factory sealed light has much better resistance to flooding, whereas a user-replaceable battery light will be much cheaper to change the battery out of when it fails. Every time you twist off your Big Blue battery cap, you need to remember to grease those o-rings, and you need to take care you don’t slice one or twist it off while closing the torch back up. A lithium battery will easily last 3-500 charge cycles, so that’s potentially a decade or two for the average diver.

joseph gurneck
joseph gurneck
1 year ago

👍didn’t know all that 👍

Vincent Submarinismo
Vincent Submarinismo
1 year ago

I’ve commented on this point before, I know prices vary, but it isn’t a valid review if you don’t give a R.R.P.
This is an important factor when buying anything.

Thiione
Thiione
1 year ago

Teclight 3900. It has 3 modes: spot, flood or combo. Up to 7h battery life. Can be brought on airplanes.

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