300 LUMENS D14 DAYLIGHT LED LENSER
- Product Features
- Prism reflector system
- Shockproof polycarbonate body and stainless steel head
- High intensity CREE LED light chip providing 400 lumen output (high) 50 lumen (low)
- The Neon colour makes torch easy to see in marine conditions
- Watertight construction with 60 metres depth rating
- Single handed operation flick switch
- Lanyard included
- Run Time Up to 15 hours
High Power LED
High-performing brightness: This LED enables your Ledlenser to achieve high luminosity.
These settings are a pure, bright delight:
- Power – high light output for every situation
- Low Power – economical light for long battery life, glare-free reading and working
Turn, press or both – how to switch these Ledlensers on:
- Front Switch – a switch on the head of the flashlight so you can use one hand
Small, light, efficient: That is the D14 Daylight. Its glove-friendly magnetic switch ensures exceptionally easy handling. It can also brighten up the underwater world in natural colors at depths of up to 60 m. An especially warm LED makes this possible, making the D14 Daylight the ideal companion for underwater photography. Not only will the fish gape – so will the divers.
This superb, professional LED Lenser dive torch is ideally suited to divers, snorkeling enthusiasts or anyone looking for a high brightness compact underwater torch. It is estimated that about 70% of flashlights failures can be attributed to corrosion damage caused by battery acid or battery gas. Many lamp manufacturers use cheap contacts, with the result that in the contacts, a large part of the energy is converted into heat (voltage drop) and doesn’t reach the illuminate. So to keep this effect to an absolute minimum, Led Lenser has hard gold plated all their conductive contacts to create quality that will last for decades.
With a long burn time and super bright LED chip and LED Lenser technology you can be sure this torch will outperform any non LED based underwater torch.
With a powerful LED chip this torch makes light work of low visibility waters.