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About Scuba Pro Nova 200 Light

A torch worth carrying, powerful pocket light can transform a color-starved underwater scene into a whole new diving experience. Any time you giant-stride into a prime diving locale and you don't have a dive light clipped to a D-ring or stashed in your BC pocket, you're just cheating yourself. This will never happen with the Nova 200. This lightweight aluminum LED dive light sports an ergonomic shape that's easy to grip. It also features a robust LED that pumps out 200 lumens of high intensity illumination, just what you need to light up any underwater scene, day or night. The Nova 200 fits into virtually any BC pocket, and it comes with an adjustable wrist lanyard to make sure you don't drop it. The aluminum casing is super-rugged, and the light head is recessed to protect it from damage. Powered by three AAA alkaline batteries (not included), the Nova 200 delivers 3.5 hours of brilliant light to restore all those wonderful colors that are lost at depth. Enjoy diving with a whole new perspective. As a backup light, a travel light, or an all-purpose daytime light, nothing shines like the Nova 200.

This state of the art CREE XP-G ultra-bright LED with a color temperature of 5500°K has an expected lifespan of 10,000+ hours, so you won't be changing lamps very often. High intensity white L.E.D. light travels farther underwater for maximum visibility and truer colors. The robust aluminum body provides corrosion resistance and reliability. Light has a simple push button switch and comes with a wrist lanyard with sliding barrel lock for security. The light measures (L x Dia.) 5.3" x 1.69" (135 mm x 43 mm), weighs 4.4 oz. (130 g) and is depth rated to 393' (120 meters). Light comes with an owner's manual.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.

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Scuba Pro Nova 200 Light Features

  • Scuba Pro Nova 200 Light
  • Compact, Lightweight
  • Easily Fits in BCD Pocket
  • Ideal as Backup or Travel-Light
  • Powerful CREE XP-G LED Lamp
  • Color Temperature: 5500°K
  • 200 Lumens of Brightness
  • Power: 3 AAA Alkaline Batteries (not included)
  • 3.5-Hours of Burn Time
  • High Intensity Light
  • Impact Resistant LED
  • State-of-the-Art Ultra-Bright LED
  • LED Lifespan of 10,000+ Hours
  • LED Light Travels-Farther Underwater for Maximum Visibility and Truer-Colors
  • Robust Aluminum Body: Corrosion Resistance and Reliability
  • Simple Push-Button Switch
  • Dimensions: (L x Dia.) 5.3" x 1.69" (135 mm x 43 mm)
  • Weight: 4.4 oz. (130 g)
  • Depth Rating: 393' (120 meters)
  • Wrist Lanyard with Sliding Barrel Lock for Security
  • Owner's Manual

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5.0

great for everything

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from Tampa, FL, US

I'm a SCUBA instructor. I've had 2 of these lights for about 5 years now. I take one on every dive with me. Great as back up for night dives too. Very bright but bit of a narrow beam for primary. Very dependable, durable. Won't dive without it.

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Noel B  What is the beam angle of the Nova 200?
katy g  I'm assuming by angle you're referring the width of the beam? It's not real wide, I'm going to estimate about 5 feet wide, however, this is an amazing light. I've purchased 4 of them because I love having them for land and sea. It reaches probably about 30 to 40 feet depending on how dark, and it's a nice even brightness. I'd recommend this light as a secondary and back up for cave diving to any diver.
KEITH B  I don't know the beam angle, but I am very happy with this light I use it on my bc for looking in holes and such. I also use it as a back up for night diving. Very good lite with good battery life
(unknown) (  The primary spot is tight, 10 degrees. Secondary spot is a bit wider, more like 60 degrees, but very faint, only visible in very low light so I don't really consider it. I have two of these, a good backup light, small and bright.
Alexander J  How many lumens does this light have?
Kasia W  This is a 200 lumens light.
KEITH B  I don't remember but it would be in the specs thou. The itself as a 20+ year diver I am very happy with this lamp durable lightweight housing with supreme light' I and my wife both ware one on our bc's
Shopper  What is the beam angle of the Nova 200?
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