Princeton Tec, 390 Lumens Miniwave LED Dive Light Neon Yellow

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About Princeton Tec, 390 Lumens Miniwave LED Dive Light

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Miniwave LED
The Miniwave LED is a compact version of our popular Shockwave LED. Designed for the diver who wants to streamline their gear, the Miniwave LED is the perfect light for a wide range of diving. Princeton Tec packed 390 Lumens into the smaller body style, so you really can have your cake and eat it, too. 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.

Light has 3 Max-Bright 3-Watt LED's that give 4 Hours of Burn Time on the High Power Setting and 10 Hours on Low. Light is equipped with LED Optical Collimator. A collimator gathers all available light from an LED in the form of scattered rays and re-emits the light as parallel rays, making it more optically efficient than a standard reflector. Princeton Tec calibrates each collimator to the type of LED and application of each light. With proprietary optimized collimator / lens systems, Princeton Tec continues to advance LED technology.

Princeton Tec has developed proprietary ultra-light heat-sinks to protect LED products from overheating. Even though LEDs operate at much lower temperatures than traditional incandescent bulbs, they still generate heat. If this heat is not dissipated, the LED will suffer irreversible damage. By using heat-sinks, Princeton Tec lights can burn at extreme brightness levels for long periods of time. The heat-sink may be incorporated internally or externally depending on the product and its application.

Powered by 4 C-Cell Alkaline Batteries (included), LED Life of 10,000 Hours, Depth Rated to 330' (100 meters) and weighing 22.93 oz (650 g) with batteries, all make this one great compact travel light. Light is equipped with a Pistol Grip Handle with an Adjustable Rubber Shrouded Wrist Lanyard.

The Princeton Tec, 390 Lumens Miniwave LED Dive Light is commonly used for Cave Diving, Close-Up Viewing, Night Diving, Recreational, Safety Backup and more. The Princeton Tec, 390 Lumens Miniwave LED Dive Light is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Advanced, Casual/ Recreational among others. The Princeton Tec, 390 Lumens Miniwave LED Dive Light is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Princeton Tec, 390 Lumens Miniwave LED Dive Light: Compact, High Intensity, Long Bulb Life, Reliable, Well-Focused.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited lifetime warranty.

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Princeton Tec, 390 Lumens Miniwave LED Dive Light Features

  • Princeton Tec's, New 390 Lumens Miniwave LED Dive Light
  • Compact Version of Shockwave LED Dive Light
  • 390 Lumens of Brightness
  • 3 Max-Bright 3-Watt LED's
  • Power: 4 C-Cell Alkaline Batteries (included)
  • LED Life: 10,000 Hours
  • Depth Rating: 330' (100 meters)
  • Weight: 22.93 oz (650 g) with Batteries
  • Multiple Power Mode Switch
  • Burn Time: 10 Hours Low Power, 4 Hours High Power
  • Heat-Sink Technology
  • LED Optic Collimator
  • Focused Wide Beam
  • Handle: Pistol Grip
  • Adjustable Rubber Shrouded Wrist Lanyard
  • 3 Color Choices

Princeton Tec, 390 Lumens Miniwave LED Dive Light Specifications

Lumens
390
Burn Time (Hours)
10 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)
Weight
22.93 Oz (650 G) With Batteries
Available in the Following Colors:
Black, Blue, Neon Yellow
Weight [with packaging]
1.75 lb

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Princeton Tec, 390 Lumens Miniwave LED Dive Light
 
4.2

(based on 32 reviews)

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87%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • High intensity (27)
  • Compact (24)
  • Well-focused (17)
  • Reliable (13)
  • Long bulb life (10)

Cons

  • Heavy (4)
  • Not durable (4)

Best Uses

  • Night diving (25)
  • Recreational (19)
  • Cave diving (5)
  • Close-up viewing (5)
  • Safety backup (5)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Advanced (12), Casual/ recreational (9), Advanced diver (3)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (20)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

amazing light

This light is just amazing. as bright as the Wave LED. but half the size and weight. However the swicth is still the same as the Wave LED (WHICH both me and me...Read complete review

This light is just amazing. as bright as the Wave LED. but half the size and weight. However the swicth is still the same as the Wave LED (WHICH both me and me broke ours swicth!!)

They need to sell the switch as spare parts or make it more realiable.

If the switch can be fixed, this would be a PERFECT dive light.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Bright, but poorly made.

Nice and lightweight. Easy to handle. The switch looks like it could snap in a year or so. After about 10 secs of use, switch would not go into low range. I...Read complete review

Nice and lightweight. Easy to handle. The switch looks like it could snap in a year or so. After about 10 secs of use, switch would not go into low range. I left it in the middle range for about 2 minutes wondering if it just wasn't making contact or if the circuit was bad. I smelled something burning and opened it up. The outer layer of the batteries were melting. I'll try to exchange it and hope the next one will be worth giving high reviews for. It is bright though!

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4.0

Excellent Light for the Money!

By Denise

from North Carolina

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Pros

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Night Diving
      • Recreational

      Comments about Princeton Tec, 390 Lumens Miniwave LED Dive Light:

      I purchased this light to replace my old (non-LED) Princeton Tec. It was the same size and color, so I was use to weight of it. I love the LED version, it was nice and bright. I haven't used it enough to comment of battery life or bulb life.

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      5.0

      Great Light

      By Jeff

      from Georgetown,TX

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      Pros

      • Compact
      • High Intensity
      • Reliable

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Home
        • Night Diving
        • Recreational

        Comments about Princeton Tec, 390 Lumens Miniwave LED Dive Light:

        I've seen some complaints about the switch. Admittedly the first time I used it, I was thrown off. By looks you'd think it a trigger style switch but its a side to side click on and off. Once you get past that the light works like a charm with plenty of illumination. Comes in handy at home to for a very bright light to check the yard at night.

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        5.0

        Great light!

        By Juan

        from San Juan, PR

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        Pros

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

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Night Diving
          • Recreational

          Comments about Princeton Tec, 390 Lumens Miniwave LED Dive Light:

          Used for night diving. Very bright and no too bulky.

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          5.0

          Excellent light

          By Juan

          from San Juan, PR

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          Pros

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

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Close-Up Viewing
            • Night Diving
            • Recreational

            Comments about Princeton Tec, 390 Lumens Miniwave LED Dive Light:

            Used for a night dive, it was an excellent light. Very bright, loved the two settings.

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            1.0

            not recommended

            By Birth Servant

            from Woodstock, GA

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            Pros

              Cons

              • Breaks Easily

              Best Uses

                Comments about Princeton Tec, 390 Lumens Miniwave LED Dive Light:

                I bought this with hope to use in approximately 2 feet of water for those wanting water birth in my home birth midwife practice. Had a heck of a time getting it to turn on, then it would NOT turn off. The first call to Customer Service I got disconnected, the second they tried to help, but what can you do but assume the Customer can't read basic instructions and is an idiot? With a huge effort I got it to turn off while on phone w/them, but then could not get it to turn on again. This did not bode well for ease of use, so I returned it.

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                Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
                LUKAS S  Have used this light before---best bang for the buck
                Shopper  Hi, Is there a battery pac for this flashlight. Like the one the UK C4 has?
                DUSTIN M  There is no battery pack within this light it is just 4 C sized batteries. It's a very good light and even with a lot of usage the batteries last a long time. The light is light but very bright and well worth the money I've had mine on nearly 100 dives and not had any issues what so ever!
                Shopper  What is the angle beam?
                Brett H  The mfg does not list a specific beam angle, they state this: FOCUSED WIDE BEAMS This beam pattern is an excellent choice for multipurpose activities. At close range, focused wide beams simulate normal daylight conditions and allow you to take advantage of your peripheral vision.
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