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Ikelite Gamma Dive Light Review

Written by Dive Gear Reviews Editor. Comments Off on Ikelite Gamma Dive Light Review Posted in: Between $101-$250, Dive Lights

At 5.6″ long, the Ikelite Gamma isn’t quite a pocket dive light, but at a super light 4 oz (113 g) it’s not a regular flashlight-style item either. That makes it compact, but something of an odd duck. Still, with a 220-lumen, 10-degree beam angle beam, the Gamma has what it takes to qualify as a dive light for most casual divers who aren’t serious night- or cave-goers. The aluminum shell is rated for 400 feet (120 meters), sports a stylish wasp-waisted design, and comes in three colors (black, metal, and red). Power is provided by two CR123 rechargeable lithium batteries, which provide 10 hours of burn time at full charge.

Sea Focus and Scuba Diving both gave the Ikelite Gamma high marks, with the latter handing it a 2014 Best Buy.

Average Price: $100