About Big Blue CF600 LED Lumens Light

The CF600 continues the success of Big Blue's popular CF 250, this big-brother" version of the smaller focusable light pumps out a stunning 600 Lumens, with a simple twist of the bezel you can achieve a 3.5X changeable focus from 8- to 28- and at the narrowest beam angle, the concentration of light can make many high power HIDs look weak. The Big Blue CF600 provides any diver with the ability to choose their beam angle, while being confident that their light is efficient, durable, and flood-resistant.

The Big Blue CF600 Lumens LED Light has a Durable Anodized Aluminum Corrosion Resistant Alloy Body, Double O-Ring Seal, Magnetic Swivel Switch System and a Front Glass made from Tempered Optical Glass with a convex lens. The Single CREE LED Lamp has a Color Temperature of 6500K. The Torch is powered by 3 x AA Alkaline 1.5V Batteries with a Burn Time of 2.5 Hours at full lumen output. Light is Depth Rated to 330' (100 meters), measures 2.32" x 7.5" (59 x 190.5 mm), weighs 19.9 oz (564 g) on land with batteries and underwater has negative buoyancy of 9.95 oz (282 g).

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.


Big Blue CF600 LED Lumens Light Features

  • Big Blue CF600 LED Lumens Light
  • Focusable Light
  • 600 Lumens Single CREE LED Lamp
  • Focus from 8° to 28° Beam Angle with Twist of the Bezel
  • Durable Anodized Aluminum Corrosion Resistant Alloy Body
  • Double O-Ring Seal
  • Magnetic Swivel Switch System
  • Front Glass: Tempered Optical Glass with Convex Lens
  • Power: 3 x AA Alkaline 1.5V Batteries
  • Burn Time: 2.5 Hours
  • Color Temperature: 6500K
  • Depth Rating: 330' (100 meters)
  • Dimensions: 2.32" x 7.5" (59 x 190.5 mm)
  • Weight: 19.9 oz (564 g) on Land with Batteries
  • Buoyancy: Negative 9.95 oz (282 g)

Big Blue CF600 LED Lumens Light Specifications

Lumens
600
Burn Time (Hours)
2.5 Hours
Lamp
Single Cree Led
Batteries
3 X Aa, Alkaline 1.5V Or Nimh 1.2V
Handle
Light Body
Depth Rating
330' (100 Meters)
Weight
19.9 Oz (564 G) With Batteries (On Land), 9.95 Oz (282 G) With Batteris (Underwater)
Dimensions
2.32" X 7.5" (59 X 190.5 Mm)
Available in the Following Colors:
Black, Blue, Silver
Material
Case: Anodized Aluminum, Front Glass: Tempered Optical Glass

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5.0

Great product!!!

By Daniel

from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Pros

  • High Intensity
  • Reliable
  • Well-Focused

Cons

  • Heavy

Best Uses

  • Cave Diving
  • Night Diving

Comments about Big Blue CF600 LED Lumens Light:

I was impressed with the power of this flashlight. Far above my expectations.
I found a little heavy in the water. But it's not a big problem.
I think it could come with a protective cover to be stored.

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Shopper  It this item blue or black?
Steve S  This light is black in color.
Shopper  I have read reviews that say you can't twist the head to focus more than about 50' deep. Have you found that true?
MICHAEL T  no, I've been down to 150ft and twist it. It's a large light at 190*59mm, so I don't like it anymore. This runs on 3*AA's. I recommend lights that run on Li-ion batteries since they can supply higher current for brighter lights. LED tech has greatly improved recently.
Shopper  Is there a spot to attach a lanyard?
MARK M  Yes. I recently purchased the CF600. There is a hole bored in the base where I have placed a moderately sized split ring. I will attach a clip on the split ring to clip to my BC. You could also attach a lanyard in this way. You could conceivably put a small lanyard cord through the bored hole, but it would have to be a very small sized line, which might break.
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