Looking for a small backup/poke into holes light, to carry all the time clipped onto my BC. This sounds like a near ideal fit - 4 AAA's must mean it is quite small...
How long is it and how wide is the head?
And is it a spot beam, or a wider angle one?
it is small and batteries last a long time. But it is not bright enough for using during daytime diving. we use it for night time camera picture taking. it turns off when the camera flash fires so there is no interference. It is an okay backup night dive torch too. But rather worthless during the day! it never leaked either.
This light is quite small and probably perfect for what you are looking for. It is Diameter- 1.4" (36mm), Length- 5.3" (133mm).
Nice little light. More of a spot beam. I carry mine all the time and use it as a little backup light for poking around. The head is 2" or less and the length is about 6"
It's easy to carry on, the head is about 1,56 inch diameter, but if I could turn back time I wouldn't buy it. Besides, the sensor for use with the camera as a flashlight didn't worked for me. It's not a spot beam.
It's about 6 inches overall. The head is less than 2 inches in diameter. The light is quite bright and a set of batteries lasts at least 6 hours. I use rechargeable Eneloop batteries. I use mine mainly as modeling light for my camera, but also use it as a dive light for doing what you want. It comes with a lanyard. I would say it fits you needs to a T.
Hello, I'm not at home to measure mine but this may not be the best light for your task. It's quite small, but it turns on and off by twisting the head. It's tight too, so it would not be great to be turning on and off frequently. It's best feature is that it cycles off for pictures. BTW i'm guessing 5 inches long with a 1.5 inch wide head.
This is a good little light, but i want one so bright that it will start fires under water. i just returned from Roatan and some of my fellow divers had very bright lights that worked well under over hangs at 50 feet, and that's what i am saving my money for.