Seac Sub 1574N Lampe torche R5 Noir
- 5 LED nouvelle génération pour un éclairage intense
- Double joint torique
- Durée d'éclairage : 10h dont 4 à intensité maximale
- Étanche jusqu'à 200 m
- Fonctionne avec 8 piles alcalines AA LR6 1,5 V
Description du produit
Type of batteries: 8 stilo AA /LR6 1,5 V alkaline batteries;Autonomy: 10 hours, 4 of which at maximum power;Maximum depth: 200 meters;Diameter/length: ÃƒÂ˜ 77 mm/length 210 mm;Weight: 666 g with batteries;On-off switch: relay assisted electro-magnetic system;Seal: double O-Ring radial seal;Glass: tempered optical glass, thickness 6 mm and ÃƒÂ˜ 70 mm.
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Only two things i didn't like. Opening and closing of the battery compartment (threaded) was very stiff and difficult by hand. I had to really really grit at it. I also could not lineup the locking pin & grove when closing because it just wont turn that smigget more. However this does not hinder operation and if you want to use the locking pin you can still turn the on/off ring to get it in place.
Second and biggest issue is some kind of problem with the on/off switch internally. Sometimes when i twist the ring to turn on the light it doesn't turn on. So you know, the on/off ring does not free float, it has both a on and off position that you can feel and hear click in place when you twist so you know when you have turned it enough. So far it has happened about 5 times, when ive twisted and clicked it into the on position, that it hasn't turned on. If i smack the head of the light against my palm then it comes on.
I dont know if this is a loose wire or switch. I don't know if my light has a manufacturing defect or if it is an over all design flaw. But when this does happen ive always been able to get it to turn on by smacking it and it has never just turned off at random once it is on.