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DiveRite Intova LED Dive Light Review

Written by Dive Gear Reviews Editor. Comments Off on DiveRite Intova LED Dive Light Review Posted in: Below $100, Dive Lights

DiveRite’s Intova LED is a compact underwater flashlight that could ably serve as a back-up dive light. Housed in a robust, aluminum package with triple o-rings and rated to depths of 400 feet (122 m), the Intova LED weighs in at a modest half-pound and is a mere 6.25 inches long. The flashlight’s bulb is a 4.7-watt LED, producing a pinpoint beam of light rated at 130 Lumens. The small size and high light output make this dive light an admirable back-up unit, but because the beam is fixed to a narrow band the Intova LED would serve poorly as a primary dive light. To provide the power for all that light, DiveRite chose to use CR123A lithium batteries. While an expensive choice, the batteries provide power for six to eight hours of operation. Rounding out the picture is an easy to use magnetic on-off switch. LeisurePro users gave the dive light a 4.5-Flag rating.

Average Price: $65