DXI 2019 Deep Extreme Indonesia #D13

The DXI 2019 will be held in Indonesia from April 4 – 7, 2019.

Welcome to DXI 2019 and visit booth #D13 and check out our new dive lights at the Show.

4-7 April 2019
Hall B, JCC (Jakarta Convention Center)
Booth : D13 (JavaScuba)


OrcaTorch Search for Atlantis Photo Contest

The Lost Continent – Atlantis

The idea of a lost, but highly advanced civilization has captured the interest of people for centuries. Perhaps the most compelling of these tales is the story of Atlantis. The story appears again and again in books, television shows and movies. Where did the story originate and is any of it true? Let’s dive and search for the lost continent of Atlantis. Join us and have fun together!

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OrcaTorch D530 Dive Light Review by Samuel Skinny

The beam is a perfect brightness in my opinion, it’s not so bright that it fades out what your illuminating but it still provides ample lighting.

After the cold has moved out I’m going to take this light diving with me and I feel very confident in this products ability to perform. It does come well designed and the oring comes greased up already which is great for ease of use. I’m also a Hugh fan of the button to turn it on or off. It feels a lot stronger than most I’ve felt.

Canister Dive Light Survey – OrcaTorch

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OrcaTorch D570-GL Powerful Dive Torch with Laser

We all know the frustration of trying to show our dive buddy something interesting during a dive but they just can’t see where we’re pointing! Well then, the OrcaTorch D570-GL will point things out you as it packs a laser. This is one serious dive torch.

As a dive torch, the D570-GL puts out an intensely bright beam. It has a longer throw to pierce through murky waters. When it’s deeper and darker, it becomes indispensable.

The ability to point and signal conveniently is now provided by the green (or optional red) laser. This is not only a scuba signalling device but a 1000 lumens dive light!