Win a Light Monkey Lighting System worth £1,370

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Win a Light Monkey Lighting System worth £1,370

October 04, 2018 - 09:46
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EUROTEK - the European advanced diving conference - has partnered with Light Monkey to offer you a chance to win a superb lighting system.

"Light Monkey has been a big supporter of EUROTEK for many years" stated Rosemary E Lunn, EUROTEK founder. "We are therefore delighted that they have generously donated a lighting system as a ticket prize."

To have a chance of winning this, all you need to do is purchase a 'Lead', 'Silver', 'Gold', or 'Platinum' ticket for EUROTEK.2018.

EUROTEK.2018

This two-day diving conference is being held on Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 December 2018 at The Rep, Birmingham, England. During the weekend, will be given covering all aspects of advanced diving.

Topics include cardiac issues in diving, HMS Hampshire & Vanguard, the latest research on rebreather temp sticks and exploring New Zealand’s Pearse Resurgence.

The keynote talk will be delivered by the major diving members of the . This will be the first time that the team has been reunited since the audacious rescue in July 2018.

Light Monkey

Light Monkey is based in Lake City, Florida for one very good reason. The two founders - Corey and Joel - love cave diving, and some of the world's most spectacular underwater cave systems are on their doorstep.

This means that their specialist underwater electronics and cave diving accessories are road tested in the environment they were designed for. Hence, Light Monkey lights are tough, easy to use, deliver high-quality light with great burn times at extreme depth.

Their lights are used by serious divers including Becky Kagan Schott, Brian Kakuk, Phil Short and Cristina Zenato.

The Prize

Light Monkey is giving the winner of the Light Monkey / EUROTEK draw a . This is a 32 watt, variable focusable LED light. It has five Lumen settings, a burn time of 285 minutes on the brightest setting and is worth £1,370.

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