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Scubapro Fuego Dive Light Review

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

Scubapro’s Fuego is a compact dive light at 6.5 inches long, roughly 3 inches wide and weighing in at 15 ounces. An underwater flashlight, the Fuego uses a box-like body tube with rubberized grips, making it handy and easy to keep a hold of in slippery conditions. Light comes from a 5-watt LED bulb, powered by four C-batteries. Scubapro did not provide an Lumen rating for the LED bulb used in the Fuego, but most bulbs of that type produce between 160 and 180 Lumens worth of light. The power supply is sufficient to produce four hours of light at maximum power, and then continues at a diminished output for roughly 20 more hours. The Fuego is a fine back-up dive light for any diver, and a sound primary for divers need only occasional use of a dive light. However, divers who are fond of murky water, caves, shipwrecks, night dives and other dark conditions will find the Scubapro Fuego underpowered for use as their primary light source.

Average Price: $80