New Hollis Canister Light Touted as the Last Primary Divers Will Ever Need


Hollis has expanded its line with the dependable LED1200 Canister Light that provides consumers with the ultimate primary light for cave, wreck or ocean dives. The light head is made from the same 6061 T6-grade aluminum used on commercial aircrafts and provides fast dissipation of the LED components. Redundant seals in the light head and battery ensure no flooding will ever occur, and two canister lid options are available for standard or sidemount configuration.

We’ve constructed the LED1200 Canister Light using only the best quality components, and we’re excited for consumers to experience how reliable this primary light is,” said Brand Manger Nick Hollis. “Mark our words, it’s the most dependable primary light Hollis has ever produced.


 Heavy-Duty Light Head

  • Machined aircraft-grade aluminum housing and handle
  • High performance LED OSRAM Emitter with high performance, superior robustness and long lifetime
  • 1200 Lumens output @ 6,000 Kelvin and 6-degree MR11 reflector for a tight beam when signaling
  • Choice of elastic goodman handle (standard) or hard goodman grip (sold as accessory)

Secure Battery Canister

  • Powered by a 5.2aH (57.5wH) Li-Ion battery pack
  • Runtime of 300 minutes and charge time of 3 hours from full discharge
  • Machined solid Delrin canister with external locking Nielsen latches
  • Protective toggle switch with durable rubber boot and redundant sealing
  • Charging ports keeps battery sealed from environment during charging and terminals sealed from water during dives

Convenient Standard / Sidemount Options

  • Choice of either standard or sidemount cable routing
  • Standard top cable length 48”
  • Sidemount cable length 52”
  • Both options compatible with the same battery
  • Purchase a spare light head to switch between either configuration

LED1200 Canister Light comes with a Hollis 3-year warranty that covers materials and manufacturing defects.

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