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Nanight Micro T2

Nanight Micro T2

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Divers seeking an economical light might want to check out the Swedish manufacturer, ‘Nanight’. Their Tech 2 has been designed to be a budget canister light.

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The diver has the option of either using six nickel metal hydride rechargable batteries (Ni-MH) that generates 1,500 Lumen or upgrading to a Li-ion (lithium-ion) rechargeable battery pack that will give you 4,000 Lumen.

Nanight have indicated that there are four power settings. Depending on which battery solution the diver is using, they can expect a five to nine hour burn time on the lowest setting.

The light system weights in at 500 g / 1.1 lb without batteries and comes with a soft Goodman handle. Divers are able to upgrade to a hard carbon or aluminium Goodman handle if they wish. At the time of writing this, Nanight has not indicated a depth rating for this lighting system.

Key Features

  • Four power settings: high, medium, low, very low
  • Rechargeable six nickel metal hydride (Ni-MH) rechargable batteries (2300 mAh): generates 1,500 Lumen
  • Burn Time: 1 hour at full power followed by two hours at stepped down power, or nine hours minimal light level
  • Rechargeable lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery: generates 4,000 Lumen
  • Burn Time: 50 minutes at full power, two hours at stepped down power, or five hours minimal light level
  • 120 cm / 47' cable
  • 10° Lens
  • Soft Goodman Handle
  • Battery holder for six cells
  • Triple Cree XHP35
  • Weights 500 g / 1.1 lb without batteries
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