Dive Lights

It’s obvious that a dive light is necessary to scuba dive at night to help you navigate, see your gauges, and observe interesting aquatic life. But it’s also a good idea to carry a light during the day to peer inside wrecks, see under ledges and light up caverns. You’ll use it on all your scuba diving adventures to look into the cracks and crevices where shy creatures hide.

Standard Light Features
Optional and Desirable Light Features
Dive Light Styles

Primary lights are generally large models with powerful, wide beams, however, you can also find very bright small lights.

Backup lights are usually smaller with narrower beams – something you might carry on every dive and definitely on night dives so you don’t end up without a light if your primary light fails.

How to Choose Your Dive Light

With the wide variety of masks available today, it will be more difficult to decide which one you like best, rather than finding one that fits and is comfortable. Here are some tips from the Diving Locker Pro's

How to Care for Your Dive Light

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