The little brother of the Shockwave, the Princeton Tec Miniwave LED Flashlight is nothing to scoff at. Packed with 337 Lumens in a smaller body style, so you really can have your cake and eat it, too. The smaller body style of the Princeton Tec Miniwave LED Flashlight is ideal for those who want to be streamlined and lighter. With the flick of the switch you can toggle between low and high power settings and the locking mechanism ensures that the Miniwave LED will remain off when you have it in your bag.
|Weight:||23 oz / 652.04 g|
|Burn Time:||10 hr low / 4 hr high|
|Submersible:||328 ft / 100 m|
Only uses 4 C batteries, which is half the number of my husband's light, the Shockwave. Great slim profile and very bright for the size. It was great while on dives in Palau and actual generated some light envy from my husband. He told me that this version must not have been available when he bought his, as he liked mine better :) Great purchase!
Great light. Small and compact with a big burst of light. The 3 LEDs make for a bright light in a compact case. For your average diver, snorkeler, or person needing a primary light... this will meet your needs. Switch was very easy to operate even with dive gloves on. 2 position switch for a low and high setting. Slide lock to prevent light turning on while in use. 4-C cell batteries. Weight in the water was unnoticable. I live in Florida, so with all the Dive Shops here you'd think pricing would be best here. Austin canoe and kayak had THE BEST PRICE of any internet or brick and morter retailer I could find. They also shipped quickly. Summary: Great light. Average user will not be disappointed. Austin C&K best prices out there.