I have recently received the new OrcaTorch D530 and the D570GL dive lights to review. While the D530 is the focus of this video, I will be making a separate video featuring the D570GL very soon.
The D530 is an impressive dive light that packs enough power, over 1000 lumens, to be a primary dive light, yet compact enough to be a great backup light. The 5 degree beam is very impressive as is the battery power and overall build. This light is sure to follow me on many underwater adventures.
Here are some specifications from the manufacturer as well as a link to their website:
ORCATORCH D530 is a must-have primary dive light for divers. Its 1050 lumen output and 5 degree super focus beam angle provides a concentrated long beam shot. The light uses a titanium alloy side switch that offers 2 lighting modes, the high mode 1050 lumen and the low mode 220 lumen, which allows for easy operation underwater. The LED indicator light located on the switch button also lets you know the battery’s remaining charge.
* Uses CREE LED, max 1050 lumens
* Uses 1*18650 Li-ion rechargeable battery
* 5° super focus beam angle
* Easy operation with side titanium alloy button switch
* Battery indicator
* Safe lock function, prevents mis-operation
* Intelligent Over-Heat protection
* Water pressure resistant construction ,depth rated to 150 meters
* Reverse polarity protection, to protect from improper battery installation
* Over-discharge protection function
* Aircraft-grade high strength aluminum material
* Alloy aluminum reflector with professional optical analysis, etc.
OrcaTorch D500 similar to the new D530:
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