PRINCETON TEC AQUA STROBE LED
The Aqua Strobe LED promises to grab attention when activated, wherever you are.
A single AA battery fuels the strobe. A simple twist operation turns the Aqua Strobe LED on and also helps to prevent accidental activation and produces 60 flashes per minute. A buoyant cone keeps the light pointed up whether found underwater or at the surface.
The Aqua Strobe LED can attach to your BC, tank, or anchor line, as well as a PFD or pack and comes with both a Velcro strap and lanyard.
- Power: 100 Lumens
- Lamp: 1 White Maxbright LED (flashing)
- Lights in this category are visible 1 mile away… which you probably figured out from the text on the icon. But just in case, here it is again.
- Burn Time: 12 hours
- Batteries: 1 AA Alkaline
- Weight: 96g / 3.3oz
- Water Resistant: IPX8
- Diveable lights that provide waterproof integrity for continual submersion in water at depths down to 100 meters. If Atlantis had flashlights, they would be IPX8.
- This light is designed for area illumination, and disperses light in a 360 degree pattern to light up a campsite or other area.
- The highest quality LED available. Princeton Tec’s Maxbright LED is extremely bright and efficient. This single LED emits a smooth, powerful, white light useful for a wide range of tasks. Princeton Tec uses collimators or reflectors with the Maxbright LED depending upon the application. Must yell “MAXBRIGHT” when saying term out loud.
- Difficult jobs in dangerous locations that don’t give you much control over your environment. Products in this category are durable and dependable, making one less thing for you to worry about – leaving you to focus on the important task at hand.
- There are countless ways to spend time on the water. Keep lights on hand to help you see when your plans take you into the night (or your original plans changed), in case of an emergency or to be seen on the water by other folks out there.
- Light is an integral part of survival – whether you’re headed off the grid or experience a loss of power – having your own source of light at hand helps to keep you safe.
- Does your job require work in less than ideal environments? Sometimes you need a little extra light, sometimes you need a primary light – and sometimes, that light needs to not only be bright, but be rated to work safely in hazardous conditions.
- Scuba Diving/Free Diving:
- Do your expeditions take you under water? Whether you’re exploring wrecks, basking in the wonder of coral reefs or checking cervices for grouper to bring home for dinner – a good light, like the ones in this category, will help you make the most of your time below.
- Jobs that start before the sun rises, end after it sets – or are in dark spaces, large or small. You need a light that is going to work as hard as you do, in whatever conditions are thrown your way.