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About Nite-Rider Pro Diver II (7580)

The Pro Diver has the power of other hands free dive lights at an affordable price The dual beam (5w, 10w or 15w bulbs), uses 5 "D"Cell Alkaline or NiCad Batteries (not included), a 3-pin wet-connect cabling system makes it compatible with all our 6vt batteries, including the new Deep-Star Li-Ion and the Explorer batteries, neoprene Headband and Soft Hand mount now included! Nite Rider's Alkaline Light Systems offer the combination of versatile, modular components with fantastic performance for a modest price You canfind the required D cell batteries anywhere in the world If you purchase the NiCad rechargeable kit, you're good to go with our industrial grade, high capacity matched cells and overnight charger Overall, the alkaline systems offer a lot of bang for the buck Light System is versatile, compact and totally upgradeable

Warranty Information

This product has a limited lifetime warranty.
(858) 268-3850

Nite-Rider Pro Diver II (7580) Features

  • 6 volt 5w/15w dual beam system
  • Belt clip for mounting on the tank strap, weight or cummerbund
  • System weight: 1.8 lbs (Neutrally Buoyant) - Mount, light head, and battery
  • Depth certified to 300 feet

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Good but not perfect

By Rich Z

from Tacoma, WA.

About Me Advanced Diver, Naui Master Diver

Verified Buyer


  • Compact
  • High Intensity
  • Long Bulb Life
  • Well-Focused


  • not real dependable

Best Uses

  • Close-Up Viewing
  • Recreational

Comments about Nite Rider Nite-Rider Pro Diver II (7580):

I have had one for over a year. For the price it is a good deal but with some reservations. The D cell batteries are good as I use rechargables and keep an extra set always ready to go. The light head is excellent but the battery housing leaves something to be desired. Like a cheap flashlight it frequently doesn't come on until I shake the case vigorously and then it sometimes goes out while diving. I think it is a faulty cord. I would recommend it but with reservations. I would not recommend it for Tech/wreck diving or somewhere where your life depends on it.

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Shopper  How many hours of operation does it have?
LeisurePro S  Burn times of up to 10 hours at 5 watts and 3.5 hours at 15 watts with D Cell Alkalines.
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