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For Sale XTAR D20 1000 & D20B 1000 Dive Lights

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XTAR Dive Light

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Jan 20, 2021
Do you like mini dive light for spearfishing? Feel free to check out these compact torches below.

D20 1000: https://www.xtar.cc/product/XTAR-D20-1000-Diving-Flashlight-143.html
D20B 1000:

With 10.6cm length, 52g net weight, it’s easy to be carried everywhere. Powered by one 18650 battery, this mini dive light can support burn time with 4 hours in 1000 lumens, 7 hours in 590 lumens.

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And the professional diver Ants Stern tested the D20B 1000 dive light in ice cold 2'C water at Iceland. He said "Light is super small and 1000 lumens lit up all the dark corners in Silfra! Small size, and long battery life (4hours), makes it a good piece of equipment to own - fits any pocket!" Fantastic video here:
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