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For Sale NIB Princeton TEC Miniwave LED Light
Precious_Cargo_Diving - 12/26/2013 1:15 PM
Category: For Sale
Replies: 5

What’s in the box:
LED Light, 4 C-Cell Alkaline Batteries and Wrist Lanyard

The Miniwave LED is a compact version of the popular Shockwave LED. The little brother of the Shockwave, the Miniwave is nothing to scoff at. Princeton Tec packed 150 Lumens into the smaller body style, so you really can have your cake and eat it, too. The smaller body style is ideal for those who want to be streamlined and lighter. With the flick of the switch you can toggle between low and high power settings and the locking mechanism ensures that the Miniwave LED will remain off when you have it in your bags. Miniwave LED is the perfect light for a wide range of diving.

Light has 3 Princeton Tec Max-Bright 3-Watt LED’s with a life of 10,000 Hours and Multiple Power Modes for a Burn Time of 10 Hours on Low Power and 4 Hours on High. The Light is powered by 4 C-Cell Alkaline Batteries (included), has a Focused Wide Beam, and is Depth Rated to 330’ (100 meters). Light weighs 22.93 oz (650 g) with batteries, has a Pistol Grip Handle with an Adjustable Rubber Shrouded Wrist Lanyard.

New in box never used, downsizing product line.

$75.00 free shipping for sale only in the United States.
Greg - 12/26/2013 5:17 PM
Are these the ones that are normally about $110?
RAWalker - 12/26/2013 8:22 PM
If it’s the 150 lumen version it is old stock the new ones have been 377 lumens for closing in on 2 years.
I know I have 1 of each in my collection. Sale prices can be lower than $90 new. My 377 Lumen was purchased at the Long Beach Scuba show from Sport Chalet in June of 2012 for $69 but prices have risen since.
Precious_Cargo_Diving - 12/27/2013 9:21 AM
Yes Greg that is the one, we are phasing out our current stock of these models and going to the Aeris A3 or A4 lights which have a smaller footprint and allow for storage in a pocket or connected to the BCD via retainer.
UWnewbee - 12/28/2013 6:13 AM
no pics?
Precious_Cargo_Diving - 12/28/2013 6:08 PM
This is the same model I have for sale but mine is blue. I am unable to post actual photos.