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Orca D 550

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ORCATORCH D550 is a small and light weight tail magnetic switch diving light

The ORCATORCH D550 is equipped with a totally sealed magnetic controlled tail switch which offers high waterproofness and easy operation underwater. Using the latest USA CREE XM-L2(U2) LED, max 720 lumens output and over 4 hours 30 minutes runtime, this portable diving light offers high and low two modes and one strobe mode for different diving environment use. Plus robust water pressure resistant construction, high portability and easy operation, D550 would be qualified for both recreational diving as a primary light and deep diving as a backup light.

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Aussie Divers Phuket is a PADI 5 Star IDC Dive Centre and the home to Phuket's most professional scuba diving education. With a great range of PADI courses, fantastic instructors, we are simply the best place to book a scuba diving day trip or Similan Island liveaboard adventure whilst on holiday here in Phuket. We specialize extensively in first time dive experiences with the PADI Discover Scuba Diving & PADI Open Water Diver course, all the way through to the professional levels with our PADI Go Pro courses which include the PADI IDC Instructor & Divemaster Courses. Here at Aussie Divers we pride ourselves on a reputation for quality and professional education. Our goal is to make sure you recieve the best dive training available whilst at the same time having a fun, safe, enjoyable and memorable experience here in Thailand.

We also understand that your time is important to you whilst you are on holiday and we offer flexible course structures and day trips that will best suit your schedule. We can be as flexible as you need so that your holiday is as enjoyable as you planned it. Aussie Divers select only the best of Phuket's instructors, those who are inspirational, highly trained in a vast range of PADI courses and have an extensive knowledge of the all the local dive sites and marine life. That way we can ensure that you, your family and friends have an awesome day scuba diving Phuket!

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