Sola Dive 2000 S/F
Sola Dive 2000 S/F
Sola Dive 2000 S/F
Sola Dive 2000 S/F
Sola Dive 2000 S/F
Sola Dive 2000 S/F
Sola Dive 2000 S/F

Sola Dive 2000 S/F

part no. 850-0254-B


Regular price $399.99 Save $-399.99
Quick Specs
  • Beam Angle (flood): 60°
  • Beam Angle (spot): 12°
  • Charge Time: 150 Min
  • Water Depth Rating: 100 Meters
  • Impact Resistance: 1 Meter
  • Weight: 254 grams
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Class-leading performance and reliability in a lightweight, travel-friendly design, the Dive 2000 S/F features a powerful dual beam design with 2000 lumens in a 60 degree flood and a 600 lumen 12 degree spot beam. With regulated output, reliable external charging, and included comfortable hand strap - no other light in its class can match the value of the Dive 2000 S/F.

  • 2000 lumen flood and 600 lumen spot output certified to the FL-1 Standard
  • Regulated output ensures light does not dim in use; custom firmware keeps lumens consistent
  • Easily toggle between 12° spot and 60° flood beams with one-touch switch
  • Custom optics produce a clean beam void of distracting hot spots or harsh edges
  • Colored Status LED for battery and mode indication for easy power management
  • Factory sealed body ensures flood-free performance and long-term reliability
  • External wet charge interface means recharging is quick and dependable
  • Travel-friendly design with minimal weight or bulk approved for carry-on and check-in luggage
  • Included universal hand strap mounts securely on wrist with or without gloves for hands-free mobility
  • Lumen Output & Runtime(min) Flood:  2000(55), 1000(110), 500(220)
  • Lumen Output & Runtime(min) Spot:  600(110), 300(220), 150(440)
  • Charge time: 150 Min
  • Beam Angle: 60° (flood), 12° (spot)
  • IP Rating (FL-1): 68
  • Depth Rating (FL-1): 100 meters
  • Impact Resistance (FL-1): 1 meter
  • Thermal Management: Passive Cooling
  • Fast Charge: False
  • Product Dimensions: 4" x 2.1" x 2.1"
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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Mark Van Cleave
Burned out LEDs

Beware of the 2yr limited warranty. After 2 1/2 years and over 300 dives, I have 2 out of the 6 LEDs on the outer ring that have burned out. The first one burned out prior to the 2 year point and the second one burned out just past the 2 year point. If I had it serviced prior to the 2 year point, it is possible that some of the repair costs could have been covered, but I truly don't know. As it stands, because it has been more than 2 years since purchase, the repair costs are $165 plus shipping, so most likely over $200, which is half the cost of a new light. So probably not worth getting repaired. I think a 2 year limited warranty is inadequate for a $400 light.

That being said, I have enjoyed the light. Being able to switch between spot and flood with 3 different power settings each has been very helpful for underwater photography, especially at night. A typical dive light only has spot capability, and when pointed directly at your subject, causes a complete white burnout in the center of the picture or video. The flood light is the perfect solution for this.

I've read the review from Bruce Lynn and I truly don't understand what he is talking about. Yes, the operation of the single slide switch takes a little bit of getting used to, but it really isn't that hard to figure out. The lights are pretty straight forward. My manual was more than 1 page and was adequate. I haven't had any of the problems he talked about. The only time I was confused by the lights and operation is when I accidentally put it in the travel lockout mode, which that manual helped me fix.

Outstanding Dive Light

I purchased this light to complete my Night Dive & Low Visibility training/dives. The controls are easy to operate, and it's really bright on flood or spot settings. The mount fits in my hand perfectly with or without gloves. A big step up from my UK torch. Highly recommend.

Great light

Purchased two Sola Dive2000 S/F's for our October 2021 trip to Cozumel. The light mount on our hands was perfect. allowed hands free operation and what a light! Brighter than anyone else's on the trip. Have a 1200 that I had been using for several years and it still works great. My experience with the 1200 led me to upgrade to the Sola Dive 2000 S/F.

Bruce Lynn
Bizarrely antiquated electronics causing nothing but troubles

L&M's customer service asked me to "write a review" about their product after the latest bout of support to dealing which the most frustrating piece of electronics that I have ever owned. So here goes...

Here is a catalogue of its problems:

• To “wake” the light, you tap the power chord prongs on their fittings. What? It this the 1900s where you are using sparks to make things work.
• Another way to “wake” from sleep mode is to completely and carefully disassemble the internal electronics (to detach the battery) and put them back together perfectly. ???
• If the light won’t charge, try whacking it (actually, this step worked, but didn't fill me with confidence about the technology)

The "Manual is one page the size of a post-it notes (not much help to decipher the esoteric set of "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" flashing LEDs it uses for status indicators). the L&M website is sparse at best (go to the "Manual" for the light and you get a picture of the light. That's it...a picture).

Seriously, the worst designed piece of electronics that I have ever come across. So many special dive moments lost when the light messed up during or just before a dive.


This is as close as you can get to the power of a canister light, but without the encumbrance of same. I have used this light on a couple of night dives, one to about 100' fsw, and it really is quite brilliant. My dive buddy compared it to a car headlight, and I had to be especially mindful where I pointed it during our safety stop. For a while, I needed to use it to signal to some other divers below us, and they could see it clearly from well over 100' away, horizontally. It provided a great beacon to get them back to our ascent line. In beam mode it is average, but in floodlight mode is where this light really shines. Instead of only illuminating a narrow part of the reef or wreck, it illuminates large swathes in semi-daylight vividness. This light has really increased my night-diving enjoyment.

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