【New Product】XTAR D26 2500 Dive Light

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【New Product】XTAR D26 2500 Dive Light

Exciting news! Big Smile We released a new dive light – XTAR D26 2500.

Features:

  • Great brightness, maximum 2500 lumens output
  • 2 hours runtime, powered by 2× 26650 batteries in long type of D26 2500
  • Four levels of brightness: Turbo (2500lm), High (1400lm), Mid (700lm) and Low (30lm)
  • CREE XHP50.2 LED, color temperature 6000k, beam throw 320m
  • Magnetic press switch & lock function
  • Power indicator to show the battery status
  • Underwater 100m waterproof
  • Class III hard coat anodized finish, corrosion resistance
  • Reverse polarity protection
  • Smart temperature control

More detailed information at official website: XTAR D26 2500 diving flashlight.

What do you think of it? Comment below.

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I don’t dive, but that is a neat looking light.

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2 hours on turbo/2500lmn? Dang

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2A wrote:
I don’t dive, but that is a neat looking light.

I don’t dive either. But IMHO everybody who does caving etc. should have a dive light in their backpack. At least as some form of backup. And if you don’t need it, it is a very safe (though expensive) way of storing your spare batteries.

You are a flashaholic if you are forced to come out of the closet, to make room for more flashlights.

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I dive and use the D26 as a backup light.

I wish they would make a mid size triple XHP 70.2 light, with constant water cooling it should never overheat

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2A wrote:
I don’t dive, but that is a neat looking light.

Thanks for liking the design. Smile

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Specification for D26 2500:

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The lock feature is an interesting idea – plenty of lights have a lock-off feature, but I haven’t seen one with a lock-on before.
I guess an actual diver would have to attest to how handy that might be, though.

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I (used to) dive… until COVID. Haven’t gone down this year anyway Flat Stare

I don’t understand why higher lumen capable dive lights still use 6k or higher leds. As a recreational diver (most divers) I want better rendering (closer to 5k) with more flood than throw, and… regulated output is a must have.

But I can see where certain divers would benefit from this light so good luck!

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lionheart_2281 wrote:
I wish they would make a mid size triple XHP 70.2 light, with constant water cooling it should never overheat

I second to this idea. Actually I am searching for 1 or 2×26650 diving light with xhp70.2 emitters.

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Henk4U2 wrote:
2A wrote:
I don’t dive, but that is a neat looking light.

I don’t dive either. But IMHO everybody who does caving etc. should have a dive light in their backpack. At least as some form of backup. And if you don’t need it, it is a very safe (though expensive) way of storing your spare batteries.

Crap, fair point, guess I’ll buy myself some diving-lights in the future then Innocent

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my wife and I have 5 of these in the short version. they are great dive lights, and have performed flawlessly in 40°F water at 110 ft depth. highly recommended as a great bang for the buck option.

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Thanks for your great supports on xtar dive lights. Beer Big Smile