Burn Time: 5 to 7 hours. Weight: 6.5 oz.
Weighing only 6.5 ounces even with its two 3-volt lithium batteries, this is one featherweight dive light. it’s compact too, especially for a light that packs so much punch. The RayGun delivers one of the brightest spots in its category, plus its beam, measuring 18 inches in diameter, is by far the largest in both the Pocket Light and Compact Primary Light categories. As if that weren’t enough, the halo that surrounds the beam reaches out almost two feet from the center, creating a torch compact enough to be used as a backup but as powerful as a primary. The light’s polycarbonate body is textured for easy gripping, and it uses a double O-ring sealing system and twist on/off light switch. A wrist lanyard can be attached to the eye at the end of the body.
Price: $120; www.seasoftscuba.com