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For Sale XTAR D26 1600S with powerful spot beam

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XTAR Dive Light

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Jan 20, 2021
XTAR D26 1600S uses high quality OSRAM CSLPM1.TG LED, max output 1600lm, 5°spot beam angle, max throw of 538 meters. This light is characterized by good penetration, and far throw, suitable for cave/wreck diving, signaling underwater, also spearfishing under muddy water.

Our professional diver @maxime_underwater tested this D26 1600S recently. He told “I was quite skeptical about the light... until we turned the light on underwater. That thing is amazing! Small but powerful, concentrated beam makes it perfect for exploration in cave and wrecks. I’ll definitely continue using it on the daily dives!” There are some great shots below.

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