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Dive in Indonesia, Jakarta divers' flashlight

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Jakarta divers, how to choose a suitable flashlight as backup/main light for common dive?
Orcatorch D520 should be suitable.
It is a palm-sized diving light, one of the most classic and popular models.

1) 7 years old withstood the test of the market.

2)palm size and very light, easy to carry

3)Switch: Mechanically head rotary switch.

4)Brightness and runtime:1000lumens, 2h runtime, suitable for common dive.

5)Battery: rechargeable li-battery, so you don't have to always buy or replace battery.

6)Usage: main as backup light, for both primary and advanced diver.

7)Quality:high reliability underwater

8)Hight re-purchase rate

Indonesia Jakarta divers could order it by clicking below
Find Orcatorch D520 in Jakarta, Indonesia
 

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