Orcatorch - ADM Product Review
  Technical diving places great demands on our dive equipment, with the possibility of failure as not acceptable or, at a minimum, manageable.

Underwater dive lights play a major role in all fields of technical, recreational and commercial diving. Increased depths accompanied with poor visibility or overhead environments often leave us in pitch blackness, where you will quickly find your trusty dive light as a best friend.

Over the decades, underwater dive lights have evolved from large Plexiglas style tubes with heavy battery packs strapped to the divers sides with very limited burn times and insufficient brightness to today’s small robust handheld or mini canister style lights with amazing brightness and incredible burn times.

The Orcatorch D630 V2.0 is just such an example of today’s miniature canister style dive lights with a goodman style handheld lighthead. The diver can easily attach the small canister in any position, from the waist strap to across the back of the harness. Its small canister size virtually makes it unnoticeable while the heavy-duty cord easily routes to the divers’ hand or, if desired, helmet. The three position brightness option switch provides continuous light from 5 to 23 hours on a single charge with 4000 to 460 lumen output.


Advanced Diver Magazine tested the Orcatorch D630 V2.0 for several months through a variety of technical dive conditions and locations and found it highly durable and extremely reliable. Its size, burn times, and light output options make it a brilliant choice for even the most experienced recreational diver or technical explorer.

I'd gave it 5 stars out of 5.

Curt Bowen

Explorer and Publisher Advanced Diver Magazine


If you dive with an Orcatorch D630 V2.0 and would like to provide a 1 to 5 star rating and overview, contact ADM.



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I purchased the Orcatorch D630 V2.0 to start my cave training because it was the most economical canister light with the burn time and brightness settings I wanted. But don’t let the price fool you, this is a robust and well performing light. I used it for my Intro to Cave and Full Cave training in North Florida for 12 days and then took it to Mexico to dive Cenotes for a week. It has and continues to work flawlessly after eight months and fifty or so dives. I’ve run it over 4 hours in a day on various settings on one charge. The adjustable cable makes it easy to route for any configuration I dive. Kevin Sondey
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