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About Pelican Nemo 4300 Submersible Flashlight

The Nemo 4300 is the ultimate dive light. The 4300 has an unbreakable ABS body with thermoplastic over-molded accents and polycarbonate lens. It uses a clever magnetic switch that operates outside of the body to prevent leaking. The switch can be easily removed for washing off sand and dirt. Pelican's unique battery compartment design allows for optimal space utilization and negative buoyancy. A spare Xenon lamp is included and stored underneath the reflector. The 4300 is a 12-Volt light, submersible to 330' (100 meters) and powered by 8 C alkaline cells (not included).

The Nemo 4300's Hi-Intensity Xenon Lamp produces 175 Lumens of Brightness with a Burn Time of 6 Hours on a new set of batteries. The Light has a Pistol Grip Handle with a Rubber Sleeved Adjustable Wrist Lanyard. Light is Depth Rated to 500' (150 meters), measures 7.5" (19 cm) long and weighs 36.64 oz (1.04 kg) with batteries. Light is available in 3 color choices, and comes with an Instruction Sheet.

The Pelican Nemo 4300 Submersible Flashlight is commonly used for Close-Up Viewing, Night Diving, Recreational and more. The Pelican Nemo 4300 Submersible Flashlight is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Advanced Diver, Divemaster, Recreational Diver among others. The Pelican Nemo 4300 Submersible Flashlight is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Pelican Nemo 4300 Submersible Flashlight: Compact, High Intensity, Long Bulb Life, Reliable, Well-Focused.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited lifetime warranty.

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Pelican Nemo 4300 Submersible Flashlight Features

  • Pelican Nemo 4300 Submersible Flashlight
  • Nemo 4300 is the Ultimate Dive Light
  • Unbreakable ABS Body with Thermoplastic Over-Molded Accents
  • Polycarbonate Lens
  • Clever Magnetic Switch
  • Easy Maintenance Switch Design
  • Negatively Buoyant Battery Compartment Design
  • Includes Spare Xenon Lamp
  • 12-Volt Light powered by 8 "C"-Cell Batteries (not included)
  • Hi-Intensity Xenon Lamp
  • Lumens: 175
  • Burn Time: 6 Hours
  • Depth Rating: 500' (150 meters)
  • Pistol Grip Handle with Adjustable Wrist Lanyard
  • Dimensions: 7.5" (19 cm) Long
  • Weight: 36.64 oz (1.04 kg)
  • 3 Color Choices
  • Instruction Sheet

Pelican Nemo 4300 Submersible Flashlight Specifications

Lumens
175
Volts
12 Volt
Burn Time (Hours)
6 Hours
Lamp
Xenon
Batteries
8 X C-Cells (Not Included)
Handle
Pistol Grip With Wrist Lanyard
Depth Rating
500' (150 Meters)
Weight
36.64 Oz (1.04 Kg) With Batteries
Dimensions
7.5" (19 Cm) Long
Material
Abs Resin
Available in the Following Colors:
Black, Blue, Yellow
Weight [with packaging]
1.45 lb

Nemo 4300 Submersible Flashlight Customer Reviews

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Pelican Nemo 4300 Submersible Flashlight
 
3.8

(based on 24 reviews)

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83%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Reliable (16)
  • High intensity (15)
  • Compact (13)
  • Well-focused (9)
  • Long bulb life (5)

Cons

  • Heavy (6)

Best Uses

  • Recreational (19)
  • Night diving (8)
  • Close-up viewing (4)
  • Safety backup (3)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Advanced diver (8), Recreational diver (5), Divemaster (4), Advanced (3)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (4)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Powerful and compact dive light

I find the size, weight and shape to be perfect. It really is the smallest 8C light out there! I prefer the intuitive rocking switch compared to the switches of competing brands. The...Read complete review

I find the size, weight and shape to be perfect. It really is the smallest 8C light out there! I prefer the intuitive rocking switch compared to the switches of competing brands. The switch lock is also easier to toggle. The lamp disassembles quickly for access to batteries and bulb. Though it comes with a lanyard, I purchased a retractor to go along with it for easier handling. The light output is not as white, but plenty bright for both night dives and daytime use. The xenon bulb will get quite hot, so use out of water is not recommended. If you don’t mind extra size, weight, and cost (plus the hefty bulb price) the UK Cannon 100 would be a better choice for you – however, I’m sticking to this Nemo.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

nemo 8C

This light pretty much just lives up to expectations. I currently own 8 of them. I am an instructor and technical diver. The light is pretty much a work horse for night diving...Read complete review

This light pretty much just lives up to expectations. I currently own 8 of them. I am an instructor and technical diver. The light is pretty much a work horse for night diving class. It is not the best or brightest but is a solid light for the money. This is a great light for the average recreational diver who is only gonna make a few night dives a year in relatively clear water. I have had a few floods and bad bulbs over the years but the light is solid and a good value. I do recommend this lights to students and have had good feedback on it.

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5.0

Powerful Light!

By Greg

from Cincinnati, OH

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • High Intensity
  • Well-Focused

Cons

  • Heavy

Best Uses

  • Night Diving
  • Recreational

Comments about Pelican Nemo 4300 Submersible Flashlight:

Pelican Nemo 4300 8C seems to be a great dive light. With 8 "c" batteries, it really gives off light. Seems a bit heavy, on land, but should be lighter underwater. Haven't used it yet underwater.

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  • No

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5.0

Great primary light

By Uriah

from Peterstown, WV

About Me Advanced

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Compact
  • High Intensity
  • Reliable
  • Small Enough To Handle
  • Well-Focused

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Night Diving
    • Recreational

    Comments about Pelican Nemo 4300 Submersible Flashlight:

    Quick delivery though I had to wait for one in yellow.

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    • No

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    1.0

    Junk

    By J

    from Coastal N.H.

    About Me Advanced

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          Comments about Pelican Nemo 4300 Submersible Flashlight:

          By reading the other reviews I believed this to be a decent light at a reasonable price but I was wrong! The first light I received did not work right out of the box, Leisure Pro replaced this light right away with no troubles and I chalked it up to one of those things. The new replacement I received worked great topside but would not work at all in the water on my first dive with it, got back to shore, works fine-what? Took it on a boat dive, it was hit or miss topside worked, didn't, worked, didn't, finally got it to stay on got in the water-nothing. TOTALLY UNRELIABLE. It did not flood, the bulb is fine, brand new batteries, it was not over/under tightened yet nobody else could figure it out either, just a lot of shoulder shrugs and " thats really weird" statements. It is just junk!!!

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          4.0

          High-quality dive light

          By Underwater Man

          from Los Angeles, CA

          About Me Beginner

          See all my reviews

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • High Intensity
          • Perfect size
          • Powerful Beam
          • Reliable
          • Well-Focused

          Cons

          • Takes 8 batteries

          Best Uses

          • Close-Up Viewing
          • Night Diving

          Comments about Pelican Nemo 4300 Submersible Flashlight:

          Great dive light!

          • Was this a gift?:
          • Yes

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          4.0

          Very Good light for the money

          By Joe

          from Syracuse, New York

          About Me Advanced

          Pros

          • Compact
          • High Intensity
          • Reliable

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Cave Diving
            • Night Diving
            • Recreational
            • Safety Backup

            Comments about Pelican Nemo 4300 Submersible Flashlight:

            Great light for the money. I own two of these. Have used it for several years very dependable. Bought one for my wife once she became certified.

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            Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
            Terry K  I had a King Pelican for many years but due to an injury (not dive related) I had to stop diving. I failed to remove the batteries from my light and they corroded ruining the light. This is my preferred replacement as the King Pelican is no longer available (?).
            Shopper  how do you get 8 c batteries in this?
            MICHAEL Z  Lens cover of the housing unscrews. It has a well designed battery holder that allows batteries to be stacked and held in place. Good lumens, but drawback is size of unit. If size is not an issue (i.e. Tech Diving), it's a good light.
            MATTHEW T  I have purchased one of these and they are great! my question is where can I get an "O-ring" for the lens cover?
            TUAN P  Replacement part according to the manual is: 4301 Lens O-ring I could not find an easy place that sells this part. I would contact Pelican directly. Usually for an o-ring they may consider this a warranty item. Never hurts to ask! www|pelican|com|support|contact.php Let us know how it turns out.
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