Finn Sub’s new dark busting light range

Finn Light 3000 offers even more output in the same package

Author: Pat
22nd April 2013
 

Technical equipment outfit Finn Sub is introducing the Finn Light 3000 collection.

The Czech wizards have taken the standard high performance Finn Light and somehow reworked it into a new and more powerful version of the impressive pro torch.

a cavern-illuminating 3,000 lumens of cool white light

Available in four derivatives, each Finn Light 3000 packs a cavern-illuminating 3,000 lumens of cool white light.

It’s versatile too. In common with other Finns, there are several settings available, capable of switching the unit between 300lm, 1,500lm and full power.

The Finn Light 3000 is depth rated to 200 metres, so should cater for even the most hardcore technical divers.

Durability is assured by the three-LED cluster head surrounded by alloy 6082, and body canister of hardened aluminium.

The range-topping DBL umbilical comes with a second port for attaching other battery-powered devices.

Finn Sub makes some of the most impressive torches around, so if you’re intent on exploring the darkest places, the Finn Light 3000 could be for you.

Model RRP
Finn Light 3000 Short £637.50
Finn Light 3000 Long £841.50
Finn Light 3000 STRONG £1,130.50
Finn Light 3000 DBL £1,202.75
 
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