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Princeton Tec League 100 LED Light Black

Dive Pink & Fight Breast Cancer. Includes a $5 Donation

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About Princeton Tec League 100 LED Light

Light weight and comfortable shape make Princeton Tec's brand new handheld waterproof to 330' (100 meters) dive light, the League 100, the ideal backup light in the water. The League 100 even feels good enough to become your favorite on dry land. This unobtrusive light hides out of the way until it's turned on. The sculpted shape (12 degree angle) makes it feel like an extension of your hand and it provides impressive output for its size.

The first thing you'll notice is the specially designed shape. Princeton Tec contoured the bodies to fit your hand naturally, reducing or eliminating fatigue during long dives or other extended use by minimizing the amount of effort necessary to securely grip the light. The result is one of the most comfortable, easiest to grip handhelds available. The large switch is easy to use even while wearing gloves. The lock prevents accidental turn-on and battery drain in your gear bag as well as accidental turn-off while diving in tight quarters. Pre-lubricated o-rings and 4 included AA Alkaline Batteries make the light ready to dive straight out of the box. The large strap loop makes lanyard or carabiner attachment easy.

Light gives off 150 lumens of power from 1 Max bright LED with a burn time of 10 hours on a set of batteries. Light is lightweight coming in at a mere 7 oz (203 g) with the batteries, so you'll never even know it's there. Light includes a wrist lanyard, is available in 5 color choices, comes with an Owner's Manual and is covered by a limited lifetime warranty.

DIVE PINK & FIGHT BREST CANCER! For every Pink Light sold $5 will be donated to fight breast cancer.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited lifetime warranty.

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Princeton Tec League 100 LED Light Features

  • Brand New Handheld League 100 Dive Light
  • Waterproof to 330' (100 meters)
  • Ideal Backup Light in the Water
  • Small and Lightweight Design
  • Weight: 7 oz (203 g) w/Batteries
  • Sculpted Shape with 12 Degree Angle
  • Ergonomic Design
  • Most Comfortable, Easiest to Grip Handhelds Available
  • Large Locking Switch Easy to Use with Gloved Hands
  • Pre-Lubricated O-Rings
  • 4 Included AA Alkaline Batteries
  • Ready-to-Use Out-of-Box
  • 210 Lumens of Power
  • 1 Maxbright LED
  • 10 Hours Burn Time
  • Wrist Lanyard
  • 5 Color Choices
  • Owner's Manual
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

Princeton Tec League 100 LED Light Specifications

Power (Watts)
210 Lumens
Lamp
1 Maxbright Led
Burn Time (Hours)
10
Batteries
4 Aa Alkaline (Included)
Handle
Flashlight Body
Weight
7 Oz (203 G) With Batteries
Depth Rating
330' (100 Meters)
Available in the Following Colors:
Black, Blue, Pink, White, Yellow
Weight [with packaging]
0.65 lb
Mfr #
SKU
PTCL1

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5.0

Best bang for your buck!!!

By Dustin

from North Carolina

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Pros

  • Comfortable
  • Easy To Use
  • Ergonomic
  • Functional
  • Improves Diving Experience
  • Reliable

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Night Diving
    • Spearfishing

    Comments about Princeton Tec League 100 LED Light:

    This is by far the best light I have owned for spearfishing the rock jetty's for flounder. It has a focus beam but emits enough light out the sides to see what is surrounding the beam unlike other lights I have owned. Runs on 4 AA batteries that will last forever. Definitely recommend this light to others. Best bang for you buck when it comes to dive lights.

    • Type Of Diving:
    • Warm Water Diving
    • Male/Female:
    • Male
    • Was this a gift?:
    • Yes

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    na n  How do batteries get changed? I'm having trouble inserting them.
    RICHARD V  Yup, the batteries are a tight fit. Easiest way is to insert the ones on the switch side first ( + terminal facing up), then the ones on the opposite side.
    na n  Is there a manual online, or at least a diagram which would help me?
    JAMES J  What is the approx. burn time on rechargeable batteries like the Eneloop 1,900mAh? I need a light that will last about 2 hours on a charge for long night dives.
    DAVID H  I use Tenergy NiMH 2600mAh batteries, and I haven't experimented with any others. But I just put 4 freshly charged ones into my League 100 and ran it for 2 hours in a tub of water, to keep it nice and cool. It was a bit dimmer at the end of 2 hours compared to first turn on, say 70-80%, but still seamed to be putting out plenty of usable light. This little flashlight puts out tons of light for its size, James. And battery curves are funny; your 1,900mAh cells might very well keep a higher voltage during discharge compared to my 2,600mAh cells.
    JAMES J  THANKS! I have Tenergy (and Eneloop) AA's. I thought the Tenergy were 2500 mAh, but I could be wrong. Anyway, your test will cover the longest night dive I've done and am likely to do, so thanks again for the information.
    JAMES J  What is the approx. burn time on rechargeable batteries like the Eneloop 1,900mAh? I need a light that will last about 2 hours on a charge for long night dives.
    DAVID H  I use Tenergy NiMH 2600mAh batteries, and I haven't experimented with any others. But I just put 4 freshly charged ones into my League 100 and ran it for 2 hours in a tub of water, to keep it nice and cool. It was a bit dimmer at the end of 2 hours compared to first turn on, say 70-80%, but still seamed to be putting out plenty of usable light. This little flashlight puts out tons of light for its size, James. And battery curves are funny; your 1,900mAh cells might very well keep a higher voltage during discharge compared to my 2,600mAh cells.
    JAMES J  THANKS! I have Tenergy (and Eneloop) AA's. I thought the Tenergy were 2500 mAh, but I could be wrong. Anyway, your test will cover the longest night dive I've done and am likely to do, so thanks again for the information.
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