Sea Dragon Dive lights can be used a primary source of light or as a back-up light. SeaLife offers several choices ranging from a narrow concentrated light beam to a wide-beam, or a dual beam that offers both wide and narrow beam settings. As a primary light, Sea Dragon lights offer exceptional brightness and a generous amount of run time. There are a number of ways you can hold or carry your Sea Dragon Dive light, check out the options available for each light.
Featuring 900 lumens, the compact Sea Dragon Mini 900 dive light offers users tremendous brightness and a long-range spot beam. All light functions are easily accessible with one handed operation to cycle through five light modes: full power, half power, quarter power; one-second flash signal and emergency SOS signal, both at full power.
The Sea Dragon Mini 900 Power Kit pairs the Mini 900 Dive Light with both a 2600mAh rechargeable Lithium-ion 18650 battery and a compact USB battery charger, so you have everything you need to power the Sea Dragon 900 and light up your dive.
The handheld Sea Dragon Mini 650 Spot has a concentrated 15-degree beam (11.25-degree underwater) that is ideal for pointing out sea creatures and covering long distances to illuminate your dive. The light features single button operation and is powered by two CR123 batteries (included) or an optional rechargeable lithium ion battery delivering up to 130 minutes of burn time at full power.
Not only does the versatile Sea Dragon 2100 Dual Beam provide 2100 lumens across a wide 100-degree beam (75-degree underwater), but it instantly transforms into an 800 lumen 15-degree (11.25-degree underwater) spot with just the push of a button.
The variable-power flood beam is ideal for illuminating your photo or video subject, while the more focused beam of the spot light can reach a greater distance.