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For Sale Test XTAR D26 2500 on Iceland

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XTAR Dive Light

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Jan 20, 2021
Recently, @ants_stern shared some great photos about his cave diving on Iceland. “I have done many dives over there, but never had proper equipment and dive team with me to see if that little narrow potential entry will lead anywhere. This time, we had a French cave diver and dry suit snorkeler@thomasjmg with us and he showed us the way to a little hidden cavern. Dive site so unique got even more special.”

He also tested our
D26 2500 dive light during this trip. “XTAR customer service has been excellent, so far I have been using several of their products and I can’t see a reason why I should not have them in my dive bag - great products and nice performance! What is the most important, they match with my fins and mask (black and blue color) :)

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