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For Sale XTAR DS1 Dive Light - Specially Designed for Spearfishing

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XTAR Dive Light

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Jan 20, 2021
Based on the suggestions from many experienced spearos around the world, this DS1 dive light is specially designed for spearfishing. And the features below make it a highly recommended dive light:

Powered by a 21700 battery, it can reach 2.5 hours run time under the max output 1000 lumens. A magnetic slide switch turns on the light and selects the brightness level immediately, and this kind of switch makes no fear for water pressure. The high-quality Cree XP-L2 LED with 7°spot beam angle emits a high effective light even in poorest underwater condition. And the tiny body (15.6cm long and 177g weight) makes spearfishing more flexible, also easy for storage.

And the professional Spanish spearo @PabloSánchez Bokeron just made the review for DS1. Please view more here:
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