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OrcaTorch D560, 630 Lumen Light

4.3
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SKU: BLROD560

Regular: $49.95

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  • Compact design, Fits easily in BCD pocket
  • Aircraft grade type 3 military aluminum body
  • Hard anodized corrosion resistant finish
  • Mechanical head rotary switch
  • Impact resistant

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OrcaTorch D560, 630 Lumen Light Customer Reviews

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4.3

(based on 6 reviews)

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Good value for a day light

Small and easy to use, bright enough to look in holes and cracks during the day. Good value for the money. Have not used it at night.

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Upstate Snorkeler

By Richard B.

from Ballston Lake, NY, US

 -  Originally posted on Leisure Pro

Used this torch in Grand Cayman and found it to work very well! While snorkeling at night on seven mile beach observed a variety of fish! Recommend this product!

 

Probably going to love it

By Robin G.

from Russellville, AR, US

 -  Originally posted on Leisure Pro

I haven't had the opportunity to dive with it yet, but out of the box I think I am going to really like it. It is light [runs on 1 AA battery] but puts out quite a beam of light. It seems sturdy, so if it holds up under water the way it is advertised I will know I got a real bargain on this one.

 

Good backup light

By Robert B.

from Rockport, TX, US

 -  Originally posted on Leisure Pro

This light is VERY bright for such a small package. DO NOT look directly at it!

 

Good value for a day light

By KING B.

from Phoenix, AZ, US

 -  Originally posted on Leisure Pro

Small and easy to use, bright enough to look in holes and cracks during the day. Good value for the money. Have not used it at night.

 

Must use 14500 battery to love this lite.

By Martinez N.

from lake orion, MI, US

 -  Originally posted on Leisure Pro

I've bought three so far. Off&on is done by twisting head. The most important thing to know is if you use regular battery you'll be disappointed. Order the 14500ah rechargeable they specify. The lumins increase greatly (4×). It will get a bit warm if used out of water.

 

Orca torch

By steve M.

from Ruther Glen, VA, US

 -  Originally posted on Leisure Pro

Bought it as a backup. It won’t illuminate much during the day time if you’re using it to look under ledges, coral etc... But it will work fine at night as a backup to get you back to your exit, or to just to have it on so fellow divers know your position. Single alkaline AA battery last about an hour, the rechargeable lithium-ion last even less. It is brighter with the Li, but that’s the trade-off. But being water proof, I’m using it for most everything around the house in any weather condition, just keep replacing the battery. Gave it a 4 star because it is well built and small enough to carry along. Just not the best for conditions outside of a night backup.

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These work great as a back up light for recreational dives. They also work great to attach to the nose of a scooter for scooter dives. Light, bright, and small
Cyborg on Aug 11, 2019 at Leisure Pro
These work great as a back up light for recreational dives. They also work great to attach to the nose of a scooter for scooter dives. Light, bright, and small
Cyborg on Aug 11, 2019 at Leisure Pro
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