Nuts and bolts regarding dive lights

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Spg01

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If I ever go dive jackson blue, I would definitely stop by.

No need to wait to go to them. I had them send a demo unit out to me to try for about a week. Ask them about it (Cave Adventurers).
 

Bobby

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To my knowledge, in the US, stocking dealers with demo units
Cave Adventurers, Dive Right in Scuba, North East Scuba Supply, Scuba Tiger, and I'm sure there are a handful of others. Not convenient to all obviously, but convenient to those where these lights are intended to be used. Cave Country, Great Lakes, etc. One of the nice things in the tech community at least is that most of us are quite willing to let guys try gear out. It is a rare occurrence that I get to a dive site and someone isn't asking about some sort of gear that I have and they take it for a test spin

We have stocking dealers with demo units in Europe and Australia as well.
 
https://www.shearwater.com/products/teric/

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