Light Monkey HiDs
Welcome to Light Monkey's new range of primary lights. Light Monkey boasts a comprehensive range of dive lights encompassing the full spectrum of diving applications. The company is owned and operated by active cave divers with years of experience in producing dive lights.
In the Light Monkey HiD range solid 'banana connectors' have replaced the wired Anderson connectors. Some users reported that the wires on the Anderson connectors could become caught in the canister lid which occasionally led to flooding of the torch. Also because the battery was not fixed in the canister it was not possible to tell from the orientation of the canister lid whether or not the battery was connected. Now with the solid connectors there are no wires to trap and the orientation on the lid will inform the diver whether or not the battery is connected to the ballast.
Fixed or Focused Beam?
Fixed Focus: Small compact heads, more even beam spread, suited to solo diving where team signalling is not a priority.
Variable Focus: More focused beam for greater light projection and improved team signalling and tracking. Ideal for scootering in a team.
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Full range of Light Monkey Primary Lights available. Please visit the shop for full details.
Agir Brokk Lugh
Agir Brokk equipment oozes quality and these LED Primary lights are no exception. These lights are well suited to divers seeking an even fixed focus beam and long burn times. All Lugh 9 lights sold by Deep Ideas come with the optional Goodman handle pre-installed.
LED Vs HiD
LED: High efficiency at low and medium power outputs resulting in long burn time durations relative to their physical size and weight. No bulbs to replace. Popular with cave divers and those subjected to airline weight restrictions.
HiD: More efficient at higher outputs that result in powerful beams that can be projected over longer distances. Suited to team diving, tracking, signalling and scootering.
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In the event of a primary light failure it is important to have bright and reliable backup lights to hand. The specific environment in which you are diving will dictate the number and the size of the backups lights required.