Ocean Reef Vesper is a new model of multifunctional light, which is dedicated to full-face masks available in the manufacturer’s offer.
The new Ocean Reef Vesper multifunctional light is an interesting addition to the manufacturer’s various full-face mask models. But not only, because after the dive we can also use it on the surface as a headlamp or hand torch.
The main use of this inconspicuous and weighing just 135g torch is to illuminate what the diver sees. The illumination has the character of an integrated, additional light source. Therefore, when diving we should always have an additional torch with us, adequate to the dive we are conducting. It should be noted that the Vesper also lightly illuminates the diver’s face, which allows the diver to be identified by other divers without blinding the user.
It is certainly worth noting that the Ocean Reef Vesper, is a smaller and slightly lighter torch than the earlier Visor model. The mounting method has also changed, being much simpler and requiring no glue or screws.
The light has a slightly cold colour temperature of 5000K and its made of three LEDs with a total output of 90 lumens, which have a lifetime of over 100,000 hours. The Ocean Reef Vesper is powered by a 3.7V lithium-polymer battery with a capacity of 500 mAH. It takes approximately 3-4 hours to fully charge the battery using a USB cable.
The light should meet the needs of all divers who move within recreational limits and a significant proportion of technical divers. All because its maximum working depth has been set by the manufacturer at 60 metres.
Full face mask is an increasingly popular piece of diving equipment among recreational divers. What are its characteristics and what is worth knowing about it? You will find out more in the text we published in the 18th issue the DIVERS24 quarterly magazine! The digital version of the magazine is available free of charge, while the printed version can be purchased in our online shop.
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