4 XPG features powerful LED's of bin R5 as light emitter with stunning lumen output of 1600. Compared to its size and weight without doubt makes it most powerful hand held primary or back up light on the market. Very popular in both recreational and technical diving world.
Body made from anodized aluminum with laser engravings, "face" is an enforced 0.25" thick composite shield.
4 XPG LED's of bin R5 as light emitter giving 1600 lumen
light beam angle of
color / intensity of light - cold white 8300K,
Convenient rotating light head functioning as on/off switch
Powered by either: 2 x 18650 Li-Ion or 2 x 26650 Li-Ion / battery adapter from 18650 to 26650 included
No batteries included.
Burn times (approx. +/- 15%) given on 18650 type brand new rechargeable cells:
2 x 18650 3100 mAh - up to 1h
2 x 18650 2800 mAh - up to 50 min
2 x 18650 2600 mAh - up to 40 min
Manufacturer: Light For Me
Safety and Warranty:
Test in pressure chamber: 10bar / equal to 300ft depth,
Comes with 2 year full manufacturer warranty, by buying this product you accept in full warranty conditions.
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Customer and product service in US & Canada provided by TecDiveGear. Product designed and made in EU by LIGHT FOR ME - www.light-for-me.com
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Watch live performance of 4 XPG Dive Light, for more videos visit TecDiveGear You Tube / Vimeo Channel
Title : terry Comment : The 4 G light is great, I used alot of lights in my time probally because i have a fetish with lights, but the light is brite as brite as one of my primary lights.
I'm happy with my purchace, the only thing was it came with no batteries and it did say no batteries but i failed to read that part and living in Canada i had trouble getting them shipped here, but Sebastian help me out with that issue. Dive Tec Gear are great to deal with and are outstanding in customer service, no regrets. Terry St Jacques
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From Brent| 2015-06-04 05:33:24
I'm curious about the anodizing too. Most companies that utilize hard anodizing will mention it because it's a more involved process, and it's much better than standard anodizing. I have an MB-Sub dive light which isn't hard anodized. It was all scratched up in no time at all. Any luck with finding out?
hard anodizing is only used in heavy duty industrial applications like underground wire pipes etc, for this type of application two methods are used simple anodizing and the one that Light For Me uses - anodizing with clear synthetic protective coat. Regardless of the method used both will get scratched sooner or later.
From Richard| 2015-06-01 12:45:33
The website says anodized aluminum construction. There are different levels of anodizing..Type I, Type II and Type III (referred to as hard anodized). What type of anodizing is used on these lights?
We don't have that info available as of now, will inquire for details with the manufacturer.
From Brandan Sills| 2014-07-27 15:21:06
Will you ship to Australia?
We ship to any part of the world.
From Nitram| 2014-07-18 16:04:46
Can we add special batteries which last more than 1 hour ?
You can get much longer burn time using highest quality batteries like Panasonic in capacities above 3100 mAh.
From Kyle| 2013-05-03 22:18:56
What is the beam angle of the light?
Beam angle is 10 degree measuring from center to each side or 20 degree total from left to right.