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About Princeton Tec, 150 Lumens Miniwave LED Dive Light

The Miniwave LED is a compact version of the popular Shockwave LED. The little brother of the Shockwave, the Miniwave is nothing to scoff at. Princeton Tec packed 150 Lumens into the smaller body style, so you really can have your cake and eat it, too. The smaller body style is ideal for those who want to be streamlined and lighter. With the flick of the switch you can toggle between low and high power settings and the locking mechanism ensures that the Miniwave LED will remain off when you have it in your bags. Miniwave LED is the perfect light for a wide range of diving.

Light has 3 Princeton Tec Max-Bright 3-Watt LED's with a life of 10,000 Hours and Multiple Power Modes for a Burn Time of 10 Hours on Low Power and 4 Hours on High. The Light is powered by 4 C-Cell Alkaline Batteries (included), has a Focused Wide Beam, and is Depth Rated to 330' (100 meters). Light weighs 22.93 oz (650 g) with batteries, has a Pistol Grip Handle with an Adjustable Rubber Shrouded Wrist Lanyard. Light is available in 2 color choices.

The Princeton Tec, 150 Lumens Miniwave LED Dive Light is commonly used for Close-Up Viewing, Night Diving, Professional, Recreational, Safety Backup and more. The Princeton Tec, 150 Lumens Miniwave LED Dive Light is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Advanced Diver, Recreational Diver among others. The Princeton Tec, 150 Lumens Miniwave LED Dive Light is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Princeton Tec, 150 Lumens Miniwave LED Dive Light: Compact, High Intensity, Long Bulb Life, Reliable, Well-Focused.

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Princeton Tec, 150 Lumens Miniwave LED Dive Light Features

  • Princeton Tec, 150 Lumens Miniwave LED Dive Light
  • Compact Design
  • 150 Lumens of Brightness
  • 3 Max-Bright 3-Watt LED's
  • LED Life: 10,000 Hours
  • Multiple Power Modes
  • 10 Hour Burn Time on Low
  • 4 Hour Burn Time on High
  • 4 C Cell Batteries (included)
  • Focused Wide Beam
  • Pistol Grip Handle
  • Wrist Lanyard
  • 2 Color Choices
  • Weight: 22.93 oz (650 g) with Batteries
  • Depth Rated: 330' (100 meters)

Princeton Tec, 150 Lumens Miniwave LED Dive Light Specifications

Lumens
150
Burn Time (Hours)
Low Power Mode: 10 Hours, High Power Mode: 4 Hours
Lamp
3 Max-Bright 3-Watt Led'S
Batteries
4 C-Cell Alkaline (Included)
Handle
Pistol Grip With Lanyard
Depth Rating
330' (100 Meters)
Available in the Following Colors:
Black, Blue, Neon Yellow, Purple
Weight
22.93 Oz (650 G) With Batteries
Mfr #
SKU
PTCMWL

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Princeton Tec, 150 Lumens Miniwave LED Dive Light
 
4.1

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86%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • High intensity (30)
  • Compact (29)
  • Long bulb life (21)
  • Reliable (21)
  • Well-focused (20)

Cons

  • Not durable (4)
  • Heavy (3)

Best Uses

  • Recreational (25)
  • Close-up viewing (19)
  • Night diving (8)
  • Professional (4)
  • Safety backup (4)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Advanced diver (16), Recreational diver (13), Advanced (3)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (4)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

THE WORLDS BEST DIVELIGHT!

I don’t work for any of these guys I would never have written this if this wasn't so outrageous.

On December 31st 2007 around noon while diving at Octopus Hol...Read complete review

I don’t work for any of these guys I would never have written this if this wasn't so outrageous.

On December 31st 2007 around noon while diving at Octopus Hole in Hood Canal(Hoodsport,Washington) I lost my divelight while I was adjusting my camera.
I went back to look for it but was running LOW on air and had to give up, we looked a while.. ugh I hate losing stuff.

I had a DAN gear tag on it and figured someone would ultimately find it but I wasn't sure if they'd bother to call me.

On January 6th 2008 back in Cleveland,Oh. I received a phone call from a woman who said her husband had just found my light.
She was wondering when I lost it.
I told her a week ago.
There was a long long pause, I could hear other people talking.
She said her husband found my light.. he found it because the light was still on.

The water temp. was 43 degrees. and this light was still ON 6 days later!!!
I would normally use a lot of language here they wont let me use.

THIS IS AN AWESOME DIVELIGHT!

You would never believe how bright it was when I got it back. Check out the photo.


Marty

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

I wish I left them on the shelf

I bought two Miniwave LED's for a deep dive and before actually using the lights, one of the lights "stop lever," which keeps the light from being accidently turned on brok...Read complete review

I bought two Miniwave LED's for a deep dive and before actually using the lights, one of the lights "stop lever," which keeps the light from being accidently turned on broke in half. The other light malfunctioned from the inside at the screw which connects the lever that toggles the off, dim, and bright switch. Called Pricetion Tec and the service rep was so rude. I had to argue with him to take the lights back and replace them because of poor construction. As of now, Im still waiting for my new lights to arrive.

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1.0

Make it in America

By dolphin

from east coast usa

About Me Advanced

Pros

  • Compact
  • High Intensity

Cons

  • Not Waterproof

Best Uses

  • Recreational
  • Safety Backup

Comments about Princeton Tec, 150 Lumens Miniwave LED Dive Light:

Bought this turned it on for first dive nice and bright. Second dive down on bottom was full of water.Will see if they back the product [$] bucks is alot for 20 minutes with a flashlight not happy

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5.0

Miniwave LED 150

By Donald

from Washington, DC

About Me Advanced

Pros

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

Cons

  • Breaks Easily

Best Uses

  • Cave Diving
  • Close-Up Viewing
  • Night Diving
  • Professional
  • Recreational

Comments about Princeton Tec, 150 Lumens Miniwave LED Dive Light:

I am very happy with the Princeton Tec 150. I use it for daytime diving to look under ledges. Great at night.

Switch was broken during transit and Princeton replaced light-head without any hassle.

If I had to replace the light, I would get the 337 Lumens

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4.0

Strong medium spread light

By LWNY

from New York, NY

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • High Intensity

Cons

  • Drains Batteries

Best Uses

  • Night Diving

Comments about Princeton Tec, 150 Lumens Miniwave LED Dive Light:

Bright light, and in a beam pattern that is a little wider than the usual narrow beam of halogen lights I have.

Lock on switch had a tendency go into lock position when I switch from off to low, requiring a further unlock. Probably due to finger sliding the locking mechanism forward as I flip the on/off switch.

Not as fancy as the UK in LED cooling or current regulation. I used eneloop batteries in C adapters and by the 2nd night dive, it became unusably weak.

If cover not installed properly with all switches in alignment, light would not turn on.

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2.0

Should have paid attention to reviews

By Greatwhitepoke

from Kingfisher, OK

About Me Advanced

Pros

  • High Intensity

Cons

  • Breaks Easily

Best Uses

  • Night Diving

Comments about Princeton Tec, 150 Lumens Miniwave LED Dive Light:

After reading the reviews I still bought 2 of these lights but we were carefull with the switch. However the design is very poor and we soon broke the safety lock on both and the internal toggle that operates the light on 1 also. Have not sent in for repair but it doesn't sound like I'll have much luck getting positive results. I think I'd take my chances elsewhere.

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1.0

This was a mistake!

By BW

from Durango, CO

About Me Recreational Diver

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Pros

  • Compact
  • High Intensity
  • Well-Focused

Cons

  • Not Waterproof

Best Uses

    Comments about Princeton Tec, 150 Lumens Miniwave LED Dive Light:

    Bought this because it was $10 cheaper than my UK C4LED, which I dropped on the bottom in 200' of water in Indonesia. I put some new rechargeable batteries in it to cycle them a few times, turned it on, and put it in a bowl of water in my kitchen so it wouldn't overheat as the batteries ran down. Four hours later, I opened it up and dumped out two tablespoons of water! NEVER had a leaky light before. Combined with the bogus lock on the switch, this light is a definite FAIL.

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    Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
    KEN S  This light ROCKS!!!! It was like diving a different site compared to my old haligen. Colors really pop out.
    Shopper  is it bright in a pond ?
    FRED A  This light is phenomonal. With other lights on any dive it will be embarassing to use as the brightness is awesome. However be careful installing the batteries as there is a swivel switch inside the battery compartment which can break if batteries are installed and the black light head installation doesn't match up correctly with the internal slide switch. The light puts fun into night diving.
    Shopper  This light have the option for high and low light
    Abdul M  Dear Sir, please let me know final price up to the Maldives male'
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