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For Sale Test XTAR D26 1600S in the black sea

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XTAR Dive Light

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Jan 20, 2021
Professional diving instructor @delphel has actively tested xtar D26 1600S in the past two months. His team dive with this light in the harsh diving conditions of Ural quarries, black sea and the transparent galleries of the Orda cave. After several diving tests, this D26 still works well.

“We use this light by screwing it onto the Goodman handle, and it’s compatible and convenient. The light works good underwater, with a very bright, powerful beam. It’s clearly visible even in the muddy Ural quarries. And the operating time in turbo mode is enough for two full dives of 60-80 minutes each time.” There are also some photos from @delphel.

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