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News And Upcoming Events
- 2013 Product Line Released! // Tuesday, November 13, 2012
- New Products for 2013 have been released! Check out the Bigblue Products page for our new lights. We now offer your favorite Bigblue dive lights in mini sizes! Check out the new versions of the AL1X5M, AL1X5MAFO, AL250M and CF250M. For 2013, we've also designed some all-new models! Check out the AL900 and CF900. We're also offering new-and-improved versions of current models. Check out the new-and-improved VL1800M!
- Caring for your Bigblue Dive Light! // Thursday, November 01, 2012
- Whether you have one of your own, or you are considering purchasing one of our innovative dive lights, we'd like to share some of our experience and offer tips for the proper care and treatment of your Bigblue light!
Visually inspect your light. Look closely at all parts of your light, including the o-rings, battery connection points, and lenses for dirt, sand, cracks, etc. Clean and grease your light. After visual inspeciton, if cleaning is needed, do so immediately. Upon completion, grease o-rings and threads with silicone. Seal your light with care. When you're ready to tighten and seal your light (with new or charged batteries inside), you should do so with intent - watch and feel the light seal. Use your eyes, ears, and feel to understand what is going on with your light - as you tighten your light, look for signs that something may not be right:
-Gravelly or grainy sound and feeling may indicate the threads or o-ring are not cleaned fully
-if the light feels too difficult to close, that is a good indicator that you have an o-ring problem. Your o-ring may not be well greased, or it could be pinching
Rinse, transport, and store - after using your light on a dive, you should always rinse it with clean, fresh water. Ensure your light is clean, and dry it out - the whole time visually inspecting your light. Once the light is dry, transport and store in a protected manner, and store in a cool, dry place - preferably where it is not susceptible to scratches to ensure your Bigblue light continues to look and work great!