what is the range on this for night diving?
AMMAR A I've tried it twice during night diving. Visibility was terrible but was able to see the flashing led from approx. 6 meters away. With good viz no doubt it can be seen from a farther range.
SCOTT J Of course it depends on visibility. With 40 feet visibility, I was able to see my fellow three divers to about 20 feet.
RANDALL S That totally depends on the visibility....however this light is pretty good but not as good as some sticks....I got it because it's orange and I put three Orange (all different) lights on my 14 year old son so I can be sure to see him plenty good....took him on his first night dive in July in cozumel...visibility was good and I could see it probably from 30 to 40 feet away....not that I ever got that far away because I didn't and never would. at least no until he has many more ocean dives.
ADELCIO JUNIOR D About 15 fts
MARK A I can't say by the time I got a chance to try it it was no longer functional. The strobes they make on the other hand work great.
NICK S That all depends on your local conditions. In Fla. or very clear waters with 75 ft +viz, you'll see it 30 or 50 ft away. But I bought a larger, more powerful one for up here in New York to attach to the tie-in line when wreck diving. Up here I'll use the Fire Fly as a tank light on a night dive.