Lamps & Torches

Nanight Micro T2

The diver has the option of either using six nickel metal hydride rechargable batteries (Ni-MH) that generates 1,500 Lumen or upgrading to a Li-ion (lithium-ion) rechargeable battery pack that will give you 4,000 Lumen.

Nanight have indicated that there are four power settings. Depending on which battery solution the diver is using, they can expect a five to nine hour burn time on the lowest setting.

Key Features

  • Four power settings: high, medium, low, very low
  • Rechargeable six nickel metal hydride (Ni-MH) rechargable batteries (2300 mAh): generates 1,500 Lumen
  • Burn Time: 1 hour at full power followed by two hours at stepped down power, or nine hours minimal light level
  • Rechargeable lithium-ion (Li-ion) batte

Review of the OrcaTorch D570

The OrcaTorch D570 can also be used as a spot beam for underwater photography. Photo by Kate Jonker.

How many times, whilst diving, have you seen the most exciting, unusual or incredible critter and wanted to show it to your buddies? You have finally managed to grab their attention and pointed at the critter, only for them to look in the direction of your pointed finger and then stare blankly back at you.

Poseidon's new Solid State Sensor (SSS)
Poseidon's new Solid State Sensor (SSS)

Poseidon Announces "Game-changing" 'Solid State Oxygen Sensor'

In early 1968 John Kanwisher and Walter Stark met by chance. They soon learned that each man had been considering the feasibility of a mixed gas closed circuit rebreather (CCRB) using electronic sensors to control the Partial Pressure of Oxygen (ppO2). They collaborated and the result was the Electrolung.