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Tovatec Wide Angle Torch, 220 Lumens

by Intova
42 customer reviews

About the Product

  • Wide-angle, waterproof flashlight--suitable for diving, camping, safety, and video
  • 220-lumen CREE LED casts a 43-degree beam
  • Anodized aluminum housing; magnetic slide switch
  • Operates for up to ten hours on two CR123 batteries (included)
  • Waterproof to 400 feet; double O-ring sealed; one year limited warranty

Product Description

Product Description

Tovatec Wide Angle Flashlight Torch with LED illumination. Modern LED technology means no costly bulbs to break or replace. With 100,000 hours of operational time, these LED-Feet s are good for a lifetime. Thoroughly tested, waterproof designs allow for use in nearly any environment.

Designed for diving and other outdoor uses, this Intova Torch offers a wide angled 43-degree beam to cover more territory. The compact, yet powerful torch offers 220 lumens of bright light with a CREE LED that provides a usable lifespan of 100,000 hours. Waterproof to 400 feet and constructed with a double O-ring sealed anodized aluminum housing, the torch can be used on deep sea dives with confidence. A magnetic slide switch is designed for easy operation. The Wide Angle Torch carries a one year limited warranty from Intova and comes ready to use with batteries included.

The compact Intova torch provides a wide 43-degree beam angle.
Features and Specifications:
  • Light Source: one CREE LED
  • LED lifetime: 100,000 hours
  • Lumens: 220
  • Beam Angle: 43 degrees
  • Anodized aluminum housing
  • Magnetic slide switch
  • Waterproof to 400 feet (122 meters)
  • Double O-ring protection
  • Batteries: two CR123 batteries (included)
  • 10 hour burn time
  • Dimensions: 5.8 by 1.4 inches (Length by Diameter)
  • Weight: 7.2 ounces (with batteries)
  • Color temp: 5000~6000K

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 5 x 1.7 inches ; 7.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B00186QNP6
  • Item model number: IFL WA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #420,226 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By W. David McGuinn Jr. on April 20, 2010
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I met another diver with one of these lights and was amazed at how superior it was to the plastic UK lights I was carrying. I had reasoned that the UK lights must be good because that is what my dive shop (a most reputable and reliable place) offered. Lesson learned.

The beam is bright and uniform. The color spectrum is obviously close to natural sunlight, i.e. white. And the light fits easily in my BC pocket where I carry it on all my day dives to peer into overhangs or crevasses, perfect for critter spotting. It was all I needed on a recent wreck dive to explore the holds and the cabin during a morning dive while the sun was still a bit low. I thought about buying the more expensive Intova Nova, but both lights have an LED output of 130 lumens and 4.7 watts. They both use CR123A batteries. The only difference appears to be the lens; this light is called a wide angle torch and the other is advertised as having a "concentrated power beam." I am not sure what advantage that is but the other light is much more expensive. An adjustable beam would be a nice refinement in any event.

One of the best things about this light is that it is very easy to handle. It comes with a durable padded wrist strap and a carrying case. Unlike the UK lights that one must turn on by twisting the bulb housing in to tighten it down on the battery contact, a most worrisome arrangement, one turns on the Intova by pushing a large conveniently located switch. The body of the light is aluminum painted black. The batteries are protected by two O-rings and are accessed from the base. That means that the LED is totally sealed, and as far as I can tell inaccessible, assuring that it will not be flooded inadvertently.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Jeff K on March 21, 2010
I've been diving since '93 and have had a fair number of lights over the years. I still love my big old UK1200 but it's a monster with 8 D Cells and I wanted a really good small backup light that could be kept with me all the time.

So I bought one of these and was astonished at how good it is. And so immediately bought a 2nd. We just got back from 8 days in Bonaire and I kept one with me during day dives, where it came in very handy for looking under ledges below about 40-50'. And I used both of them, one in each hand, for night dives.

Other lights have a "hot spot", and then a "halo" around that. This Intova Wide Angle has a single very wide hot spot. There is no discernible difference between the center and edges - it is simply one BIG hot spot. Quite bright and clear. If you have 2 of them, then you can pan them back and forth and bathe a very impressive swath of reef. If you want "more light" then simply overlap the two beams and VOILA - you get nearly double the output. So for $110 - get two of these and you will be very happy indeed.

The batteries last a good long time. Intova claims something like 8 hours or more. I'd say from my experience that you can get a good 5-6 hours, and they get dimmer after that.

Replacement batteries do not need to be all that expensive - just do a search on any major engine for CR-123 or CR-123a and you'll find these for about $1 per battery (2 needed) - so get a bunch and you're set - they are lithium and should really last.

Everything that you want to see from 1-15 feet - these are ideal.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By AvidOutdoorsman on January 17, 2011
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I used this flashlight recently on a deep dive to see how it would perform. I was around 100 feet with good viz. I turned it on to see what was under a wreck. It illuminated the area perfectly. I wanted to give it 3.5 stars, but reduced it to 3 because of two reasons:

First, the switch was not easy to turn on with the thick dry gloves I was wearing. I had to look at the casing and work the switch. It wasn't too difficult, but I prefer being able to turn a light on without looking. I am having second thoughts as having this as a backup light for night dives.

Second, the battery it uses is not the standard C or D cell. I haven't looked for this battery, so I don't know how easy it is to replace yet. It would have been nice to have a common battery type.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Marty Overson on December 20, 2008
This is the best light I have purchased for a night dive. It is half the price and puts out just as much as the big lights. Be careful where and how much you pay for the batteries. Intova batteries are the best if you can get them around 5.00 a pair. The batteries will last at least 5 night dives. The narrow beam Intove light is the best for day dive, batteries will last 8 dives. These lights are taking the diving world by storm and at dive shops, they want double the price. I love these lights, the are small, good on batteries and put out the best light, ambiant I think it;s called. Anyway, you won't be disappointed.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Gini B on December 28, 2009
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I bought this as a backup light for diving. I took it on a three-week dive trip to Bonaire and ended up using it as my primary light on every night dive. It has a nice wide beam, which I prefer over a sharp, narrow one as it doesn't seem to startle the sealife as much as it sweeps over them. Plus, obviously, with a wider beam, you see more. It is very small, easy to pack and carry and takes "normal" batteries. My only complaint is that the on-off switch could be bigger and easier to flip...I had to pad my fingers with my wetsuit to get enough traction under water to turn it on and off. Not a big deal, but not the best design I've seen either. Great light for the money!
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