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For Sale Mexican Cozumel Diving @mirkodiving with D20 Light

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XTAR Dive Light

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Jan 20, 2021
Some nice photos from @mirkodiving, “This time we were visiting Palancar Caves and Yucab Reef. The first site is world famous for its massive columns, passages, and swim throughs. No limits there when it comes to depth. The second site is like being in an underwater cinema. You literally fly with the current over the reef, look at fish, relax and simply enjoy the underwater life. An awesome Day Diving!”

The compact light in photos is xtar D20. It takes one 18650 battery, can support burn time with 4 hours in 1000 lumens. You can easily store them in your pockets or clip them to your gears. It’s a reliable backup light for safety diving.

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