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For Sale Small and Lightweight Tail Magnetic Switch Diving Light Underwater Test

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Feb 7, 2023
OrcaTorch D550 is a small and lightweight diving light that comes with a tail magnetic switch. It is specially designed for underwater activities and provides a bright and long-lasting beam. The light is made of durable materials and is waterproof up to 150 meters. The tail magnetic switch allows for easy operation with one hand, making it a convenient tool for divers. The OrcaTorch D550 is also equipped with a battery indicator, which lets users know when the battery is low. Overall, this diving light is a reliable and practical choice for anyone who enjoys exploring the underwater world.

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