i-Torch Focus II 600 Lumens LED Light

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About i-Torch Focus II 600 Lumens LED Light

The New i-Torch Focus II is a 600 Lumens Video or Focus Light that has a 100° Degree Beam Angle with 4-Modes. The Light has 2-Modes in White Light and i-Torch has included 2-Red LED's with 2-Modes so that you can Easily-Sneak-Up on that Reef-Critter for the Perfect-Shot. The Focus II is powered by 3 x AA included Batteries with a Burn Time of 1-Hour at Full Power. The Light has an XML White and 2 XPG Red LED Lamps with a Color Temperature of 5500/6500K.

The i-Torch Focus II 600 Lumens LED Light is made from Durable and Corrosion Resistant Anodized Aluminum with a Depth Rating of 330' (100 meters). The Light comes equipped with a Battery Charger, Lanyard, YS Mount and an Owner's Manual. The Focus II is covered by a 12 month limited warranty.

i-Torch Focus II 600 Lumens LED Light Features

  • i-Torch Focus II LED Light:
  • 600 Lumens of Brightness
  • 100° Degree Beam Angle
  • 2-Modes in White Light and 2-Modes in Red Light
  • Red Mode: Easily-Sneak-Up on Reef-Critter for Perfect-Shot
  • Power: 3 x AA Batteries (included)
  • Burn Time: 1-Hour at Full Power
  • Lamps: XML White and 2 XPG Red LED's
  • Color Temperature: 5500/6500K
  • Construction: Durable and Corrosion Resistant Anodized Aluminum
  • Depth Rating: 330' (100 meters)
  • Battery Charger, Lanyard, YS Mount
  • Owner's Manual
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

i-Torch Focus II 600 Lumens LED Light Specifications

Material
Anodized Aluminum
Lamp
Xml White And 2 Xpg Red
Lumens
600
Color Temperature
5500-6500K
Beam Angle
100° Degrees
Batteries
3 X Aa (Included)
Burn Time
Full Power (100%): One-Hour
Depth Rating
330' (100 Meters)
Light Modes
4: High/Low 100\50% In 2-White Or 2-Red
Attachment Or Handle
Light Body With Lanyard, Ys Mount
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JAMES J  Pictures do not show rear of light. How is it turned on and switched to red? Are there more than one brightness level for white? For red?
Bill P  Ben, Have one without switch, need to know which way the batterys go in. BillP
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