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ICOM

5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

  • 3.00

  • 230

  • 12°

SKU: ICOM Category: Tag:

Product Description

This light has been redesigned and replaced with the ICOM II

The Compact (or better known as the ICOM) is one of our most popular, rugged, and economical lights in our line. Divers world wide have praised this light for its continued reliability.

 

Features

 

  • Multi function magnetic tail switch
  • 3 power settings – full • 30% • Strobe
  • Concentrated 12° beam
  • Accepts 3 x AAA batteries (not included)
  • Annodized aluminum construction
  • Double O-ring protection (NOTE: to maintain waterproof seal,be sure to clean and remove debris from O-rings and lightly apply silicone grease before use)
  • Lanyard included
  • Supported with a full one year warranty

Specifications

Compact Torch ICOM
Light Output (lumens) 230
Beam Angle 12°
Depth rating 328ft / 100m
Weight 6.5 oz./ 184g
Switch Magnetic Tail switch
Dimensions 5.5 x 1.4″
Battery Type 3x AAA (not included)
Lamp Type 1 CREE XPG
Burn Time 3 hours
Use Great for all recreational diving – Night diving primary or back up light
Color Temperature 6500-7500K

2 reviews for ICOM

  1. 5 out of 5

    :

    Orignially bought it as a backup but using it as a primary. Great power for its small size, and sits good in the hand. Somewhat tricky to change the light setting whilst using it as the tap switch is on the back, however it makes it harder to turn it off accidentally

  2. 5 out of 5

    :

    This is one fine, workhorse, light. Small and compact. It will work as a backup light but this has been a primary light for almost two years for me. I especially like the very focused beam. Another big seller for me is that it runs on 3 AAA batteries. I’m in Mexico and that is a battery that is easy to come by. Recently, since the light gets a lot of use, I have invested in a good charger and some AAA rechargeable batteries. I like the light switch. No way to easily have the light come on. I use this light on dive tours as it is a great way to highlight critters without touching them. From small tube blennies to big lobster back in a crevice. I use it as a primary for night diving. I just got one of the ST-2000 lights and like that one too. I alternate between this one, the Compact or ICOM, and the ST2000. The light gets used regularly and is still going strong. You just can’t go wrong with this light.

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