The Gamma is a Tactical Aluminum Dive Light, Transformed by Pure Design.
At over 220 Lumens in a Featherweight 4 oz (113.4 g) Frame, Gamma boasts the Highest Power-to-Weight Ratio in its class. Ikelite started with Aircraft-Grade Aluminum and Precision-Machined a supremely Ergonomic, Non-Slip Contour Grip. They purposefully avoided unnecessary Grooves-and-Texturing on the Light Body to allow it to Slide In-and-Out of your Pocket without Snagging.
Military-Grade Anodizing and a Double O-Ring Seal provide Corrosion-Proof and Waterproof Operation up to 400' (120 meters). A Heavy-Duty Mechanical Tail Switch provides either Continuous or Momentary Lighting at the Touch of a Button. The Ikelite Gamma 220 Lumens Light has a 10° Beam Angle, Powered by 2 CR123 Batteries (included) with a Run Time of 10 hours on a fresh set of batteries and the Light measures 5.6" x 1.4" (14.2 x 3.6 cm). With 3 colors to choose and an included Wrist Lanyard with Cord Lock for Security this is one Lightweight and Compact Dive Light. Light is covered by a 24 month limited warranty.
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This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.
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Comments about Ikelite Gamma 220 LED Light:
Upon opening the box I was impressed with this light and how it looks quite awesome! Hint of tactical with smooth construction and very solid housing. I turned it on and the light was very bright. I'd call it a 5K look because it's a little less blue than others I've seen. It comes with a small lanyard which I will never use (I have a couple XS retractables for certain applications), and 2 CR123 batteries. For those of you that have heard that 123 batteries are expensive...they aren't so no worries there.
So I was very happy with it and it was awesome and I couldn't wait to use it on a night dive in cozumel in February...and then I set it down on the counter with the light on. Immediately the light turned off. I shook it and it turned on. That's not good. Long story short there's a SMALL spring in the twist off button cap that connects the button to the battery spring. The battery spring has to be sitting just right on that small spring or it won't make a connection. I 'fixed' it but I hope it doesn't fail on the dive. Going to rent one just in case.