All in one dive light + rattle
Lifetime warranty – If for any reason your gear is defective, we’ll repair or replace it for as long as you own the product.
Lasts a long time – Running on only 2 C cells has an amazing 20+ hours of burn time. Smart, simple, and most importantly, SAFE!!!
Watch and listen to it in action:
Here’s where most people use our dive lights
- You’re underwater and suddenly realize “where’d my dive buddy go”?
- You just need to get attention to say, “Hey look at this fish!”
- You’re in an emergency and you need help.
- Instructor and diver masters need to get student’s attention.
- Marking dive lines (strobe lights).
- Diving low visibility ship wrecks.
Where will you be underwater when you need to get attention?
See what others are saying:
This is a tool every diver should have
- I finally got a chance to put my DCT to a test in Sarasota, Florida last week. It is the perfect companion for any dive. The DCT fit easily in my BC pocket, provided a great amount of light to see in cracks, crevices & holes in the reef and the noisemaker was
This is something every scuba diver needs
- What a great idea. A light source that’s also a signaling device? In today’s market, having streamlined tools like this is something every scuba diver needs and demands. I found the product to be very useful and convenient when I needed to get my buddy’s attention. I think you’ll be seeing a lot more of these in the future.- Scott D. Jones
Dive Newswire Networks
Outperformed the Princeton Tec 95 lumen – with a brighter, more focused beam
- I was able to make my first local dive of the year today with a few buddies…we braved the cold, dark quarry for a Sunday afternoon adventure. We each took a Moray Dive Light and tested the features, finding the performance to be exceptional! The beam outperformed the Princeton Tec 95 lumen – with a brighter, more focused beam. In low visual conditions (8-10 feet) it was easy to get separated – seeing only shadows of buddies. A quick shine of the Morays kept us all together – and we used the noisemaker several times to get attention. Overall, the guys really liked the features of the light and found the noisemaker to be a cool bonus. Each of them said it’s definitely something they would purchase. I wanted to pass along the un-biased opinions of the group because I found them to be very positive.We are diving Tuesday night again and plan to keep checking the lights in different conditions – night dives for sure, wreck dives soon, etc. I suspect they’ll come in very handy!Take Care!- Brent
Find out more about Moray Dive Lights, The all in one rattle + dive light series
-Scuba Diving Magazine