• SeaLife Sea Dragon Mini 650S LED Spot UW Light

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SKU: SL651
Reg. Price: $199.95
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SeaLife Sea Dragon Mini 650S LED Spot UW Light

A compact, powerful and ergonomic handheld dive light.

The compact and ergonomic Sea Dragon Mini 650 Flood provides 650 lumens across a wide 120-degree beam that is ideal for brightening your photo or video subject or illuminating a large area on your dive. The light features single button operation and is powered by two CR123 batteries (included) that deliver up to 60 minutes of burn time at full power. The Sea Dragon Mini 650 is compact enough to fit comfortably in your hand, but can also easily be used for other applications. With the included GoPro camera mount, cold shoe mount, SeaLife AquaPod mount, universal Y-S adapter, and lanyard clip, you can add brightness to your dive in any situation. Measures 6.3"L x 1.6" diameter.


  • Powerful 650 lumen LED dive light using latest CREE XM-L2 LED
  • 15° spot beam for long range viewing and pointing out sea life
  • Includes Y-S mount and 3 mounts for connecting light to GoPro, AquaPod, or housing cold shoe
  • One button operation - power on/off, adjust light power, or enable emergency signal mode (1 blink per second)
  • Easily adjust between three light modes - Full power (650 lumens), half power (325 lumens), or emergency signal
  • Color battery indicator
  • Safety pressure release valve relieves internal pressure buildup caused by damaged battery
  • Depth tested to 330 feet/100 meters - Guaranteed
  • Includes two CR123 lithium batteries that deliver 60 minutes of burn time at full power
  • Anodized aluminum head and rubber-armored polycarbonate body


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