For this week’s competition, we’ve teamed up with our good friends at SeaLife to give away a Sea Dragon Mini 900 Dive Light as a prize!
Featuring 900 lumens, the compact dive light offers users tremendous brightness and a narrow long-range beam. All light functions are easily accessible with one handed operation to cycle through five light modes.
The five light modes are: full power, half power, quarter power, one-second flash signal and emergency SOS signal, both at full power. The light serves as a primary dive light or as a back-up light due to its small, compact size. With a narrow beam angle of 14° (10.5° underwater) the powerful 900 Lumen light is perfect for pointing out sea creatures at a distance, viewing in dark areas or crevices, getting your buddy’s attention or navigating a night dive.
The Mini 900 light is constructed of an anodized aluminium machined body for maximum durability and corrosion resistance. The dual O-ring design ensures reliable waterproof seal down to depths of 330ft/100m.
The light runs for 8 hours on one 18650 rechargeable Li-ion 3400mAh battery at quarter power or 2 hours at full power. Two single-use CR123 may also be used with 4 hour run time at quarter power and 1 hour at full power. The battery grip features an integrated safety pressure release valve that relieves internal pressure built-up in the event the battery becomes damaged. The light is sold with or without batteries.
The compact Sea Dragon Mini 900 Dive Light will easily slip into your BCD pocket. A wrist lanyard with a BCD-clip is also included allowing divers to secure the light to their wrist or clipped on to their BCD D-ring. This clip is used to secure the light to the diver so that if they happen to lose their grip on the light or have it slip from their hands, it won’t sink to the ocean floor. The Sea Dragon Mini 900 includes a wrist lanyard with BCD-clip, two spare O-rings and O-ring lube.
To be in with a chance of winning this awesome prize, all you have to do is answer the following question:
In a recent post on Scubaverse.com (which you can read here), we launched a brand new series called Ocean Heroes, which showcases the fantastic marine conservation work done by individuals and groups around the world. In the first edition we speak toJamal A. Galves…. but by what name is Jamal also known as?
- A) Manateeman
- B) Dolphinman
- C) Turtleman
Answer, A, B or C to the question above: