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UK C4 eLED L2 (575 lm) lykt m/Pistol Grip og batterier

Produktnummer: 51905X

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UK C4 eLED (L2) Dykkerlykt inkl batterier

Anbefalt som hovedlykt, dette er en oppgradert kraftigere utgave av C4 lykt

The C4 eLED L2 is a major update to one of the world’s favorite dive lights. Combining a significant increase in lumen output with all the qualities you loved about the classic original C4, you’ll enjoy the L2 for any type of diving. A versatile and durable primary dive light, it produces a powerful, penetrating beam in a lightweight, compact case. The C4 eLED L2 produces 575 lumens on high and 200 lumens on low with a maximum runtime of 19 hours. Upgrading to the rechargeable version will increase your maximum lumens to an amazing 1000! 


  • Modell: C4 eLED - L2
  • Dimensjon (L W H): 17.27 cm x 14.22 cm x 8.13 cm
  • Batteri Type: Alkaline utskiftbare / Oppladbare, 4 x C Alkaline / LR14
  • Pære Type: eLED
  • Lys styrke (Alkaline): 575 lm (full effekt) / 200 lm (lav effekt)
  • Brennetid (Alkaline): 5 timer (full effekt) / 19 timer (lav effekt)
  • Vekt: 0,7 kg
  • Maks dybde: 150 m
  • Lykt kategori: Vanntett
  • Lykt formål: Hoved dykkelykt


  • Ergonomic pistol grip for a comfortable holdWill not corrode - Tough composite body, HYDRALUM, and engineering polymer components will hold up for 20 years in seawater
  • Dual power - locking switch toggles between high and low power
  • Safety switch - light will not turn on accidentally underwater
  • Alkaline or rechargeable - Available for 4 C-cells, or a long-life rechargeable battery that will last 10 years with proper care
  • New bezel - tough rubber bezel protects against impact
  • High intensity twin LED module with proprietary convective cooling element
  • Unique optical design unites two high intensity LEDs into one beam with twice the intensity
  • Light from LED is close to sunlight in color and travels farther in water for maximum visibility

UK's innovative optics system now concentrates 89% of the total lumens of the light into the center of the beam, reducing backscatter and greatly improving beam brightness. Typical lights only focus about 40% of their lumens in the center beam, meaning much of the lumen output is lost as stray light.