Big Blue VTL3500P Dive Light Review

From Big Blue’s website:

The VTL3500P offers BOTH a flood beam at 120° AND a narrow beam at 10°! The light is controlled by a reliable push-button on/off switching system with 4 levels of brightness for the wide beam, 1 level for the narrow beam, and 1 for the red beam. The light also has a built-in battery indicator, it comes with a sturdy Goodman-style glove for hands-free operation, a standard 1″ ball joint for easy camera set-up, a removable yellow filter, a Lithium ion battery and charger.

Light Source:7 x XML LED + 2 XPE Red LED
Light Output:350 Lm (Level I), 875 Lm (Level II), 1750 Lm (Level III), 3500 Lm (Level IV)
Casing Material:Aluminum alloy, anti-corrosive anodized
Power Source:Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery 32650
Safety Designs:Double o-ring sealed
Angle Of Light Beam:120 degree wide beam & 10 degree narrow
Color Temperature:6500K
Available Colors:Black
Burn Time:1.5 hrs (Level IV), 3 hrs (Level III), 6 hrs (Level II), 15 hrs (Level I)
Maximum Depth:100 Meters Tested
Video Filters:Removable Yellow Filter
Size:Dia. 55.5 x L.140.6mm
Weight:432g (Including Battery)
Buoyancy: -205 g (Including Battery)
Switching System:Push-button with battery indicator
Front Glass:Tempered optical glass


Hoang Tran says:

Thanks for the review. I’m on the market for a new dive light and I’m debating between that one, the VL4000P and the Sola Dive 1200. They are all in the same price range. Any thoughts and how you made your decision? Thanks!

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