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For Sale Wreck diving with XTAR D30 1600 dive light

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What's in the box of D30 1600 dive light’s package? Let’s find more from our friend @divingbiker. A small box contains all accessories you need. A dive light, charger, battery, O-rings, lanyard...

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And there is also great image about wreck diving with D30 1600 by @divingbiker. He told “This D30 1600 dive light with amazing quality of built and finish, just works fantastic while diving through these wrecks!”

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