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ULTRA-WIDE BEAM, AND RECHARGEABLE
This compact rechargeable light throws a powerful, super-wide beam that's guaranteed to light up the night.
The new NOVALIGHT 720R WIDE delivers the same outstanding performance and offers the same features as the standard Novalight 720R. What sets it apart is its much wider 80-degree beam, making it an ideal compact, primary dive light.
The NOVALIGHT 720R WIDE uses simple twist-on/twist off activation backed by double-O-ring seals. Strategically placed knurling (raised-up diamond-shaped indentations in the metal) improves grip and makes the twist activation that much easier. Shock-proof rubber protection on the end of the light head safeguards the electronics and provides an additional no-slip surface.
The NOVALIGHT 720R WIDE measures only 5in/127mm in length and is powered by a single 18650 Lithium-ion battery that provides up to 2.5 hours of burn time. Rated to a maximum depth of 1000ft/300m, the NOVALIGHT 720R WIDE is equipped with an overpressure valve on the end cap, an important safety feature not normally found on torches in the NOVALIGHT 720R WIDE's price range.
Any diver who likes a durable, compact light that throws a super-wide beam, and that stows easily in a BC pocket, and that recharges quickly and easily, is sure to be a big fan of the NOVALIGHT 720R WIDE.
When it comes to evaluating a dive light's brightness, measuring lumens is the easiest and most useful comparison method. A lumen is the intensity of light as it is perceived by a human eye. In other words, a lumen indicates brightness, opposed to a watt which measures power output.
When it comes to cranking out brightness, the NOVALIGHT 720R WIDE runs well ahead of the pack. Producing higher lumens than most primary dive lights -- including many large pistol-grip styles -- and out-pacing virtually all secondary dive lights, the NOVALIGHT 720R WIDE leads the market in sheer light intensity.
On a fully charged lithium-ion battery, the NOVA 700R WIDEmaintains its maximum light intensity well through its charge, delivering a maximum burn time of approximately 2.5 hours.