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PostPosted: 20 Dec 2015, 22:41 
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I love free diving for crays or more correctly southern rock lobster. Any cray diver will tell you that a small torch with a tight spot beam is a great help. I search of the ideal light I now have 4 small bright dive torches but none have as tight a beam as the Saberlight (which I think was also sold by Tusa under the name of Hylight) I owned years ago. Unfortunately the Saberlight had a design fault that meant the switch usually leaked after a few dives.
Can anyone recommend a small dive torch with a very tight beam like the old Saberlight or Tusa Hylight? If it takes a lithium 18650 battery that's a bonus.


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POP-Lite F6 has been serving me well. Aussie supplier, got mine for $50

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