OrcaTorch D800 Dive Light Review

OrcaTorch D800 Dive Light Review

Here is our review of the OrcaTorch D800 Dive Light.

★HIGH BRIGHTNESS: Utilize 3 USA CREE XML2 LED, it can reach an amazing 2100 lumens output.
★LONG RUNTIME: Powered by two 26650 li-ion batteries, its runtime is nearly 3 hours 20 min.
★EASY TO OPERATION: It’s mechanically tail rotary switch, only single mode, you can tighten the tail switch to turn on light before going into water, and do not unscrew the tali switch until go out of water, so it offers high reliability and safety when you diving.
★MULTIPLE USES: Its high water resistance rate allow you to use it for cave diving, wreck diving, fishing, boating, rafting, kayaking, etc.
★WHAT YOU GET: 1×D800 dive light, 2×26650 batteries, 1×charger, 3×O-rings, 1×lanyard, durable tool case packaged is a good choice for you as a gift. We offer worry-free 24-month warranty and friendly customer service, so you can rest assured to purchase.

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Small Xie says:

How does the wrecked bus buried under the sea ?

VashBlaster says:

Hi Bryan, how are you guys today? Hope all are well.
Love your hands on review, that’s really a powerful beam. I only have a small beam light, yet to be tested on water, and a wide angle splash light that I use for video and photos, that one reallyyy illuminates everything, once in a small cave with other 2 people, they where using beam lights and I was using my splash one I even made the test to turn mine off and the cave went completely dark, we only saw their 2 flash light dots, mine iluminated allot, the only downside is that uses 18650 batteries and that only lasts about 1 dive and a half in full power.

But since it’s white light and spread the fishes don’t run away from it, and the other beam lights the fish have a tendency to run away.

I have a question, if you will, regarding another thing, I don’t know if you ever made a video of it or not. To dive with nitrox I know we must use equipment that was clean with O2 and O2 ready, correct? So regarding that, to dive with nitrox, we should have a set (1st, 2nd stage and octopus) nitrox ready, correct? Cause if we use our normal set, it might get corroded in time cause of the o2, right?

Thank you soo much for all your tips and guidance, you’re amazing and make really amazing videos.

Have a fantastic day,

Will says:

I wish you would also include the price. Also when you do your dive computers could you also include the price as well please.

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