Bass Pro Shops® LED High-Output Underwater Light

   

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Stainless w/White

8 Watt

6 LED 1320 lumens

  • $59.99

  • SKU: 2052087

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Stainless w/Blue

8 Watt

6 LED 840 lumens

  • $59.99

  • SKU: 2052088

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Stainless w/Green

8 Watt

6 LED 870 lumens

  • $59.99

  • SKU: 2052089

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  • Surface mount
  • Sealed and watertight
  • Stainless steel housing
  • 12 volts/8 watts
  • No burning filament
  • Pigtail wire connection
Designed for underwater use only, our LED High-Output Underwater Light is a surface-mount, 12-volt light that's sealed and watertight. Well-suited to many underwater applications, this LED Light has a corrosion-resistant stainless steel housing, a pigtail wire connection, and no burning filament.
Bass Pro Shops® LED High-Output Underwater Light 4 5 2 2
Great Light Light really surprised me. Incredibly bright and looks great behind my center console. Not as bright as the underwater lights on mega yachts but incredible on a smaller boat. Light goes back over 10'. Thermal protection is nice if lights are left on for extended periods of time. Overall great light. September 18, 2014
Cheap lights I installed 2 of these green underwater lights on my 26ft cruiser. The drill bit size for the screw holes that was recommended was too small. I ended up breaking a screw off in the hull. The lights seem like there overheating and turn off after being ON for about 30 min. They are mounted underwater just as specified. They will auto reset and turn back on 10 min later.??? I am really disappointed in the lights, especially since I drilled holes in my fiberglass hull. The overall brightness or light penetration is about 10 ft from the boat. With my swim platform, that leaves about 7-8 ft. I recommend spending the extra money and getting quality lights. On the plus side, crappie love the lights. I have lots of minnows attracted to the lights and you can see/catch lots of crappie. June 11, 2014
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Will this rust in saltwater

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My boat is mainly in saltwater will this be okay
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I run these lights on a bay boat in the saltwater. Rinsed off after every trip these lights may last forever. I've had no problems thus far.
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Per manufacturer, the lights will be fine for saltwater use.
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They are stainless steel so would be okay for saltwater.
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What color light would be best for flounder gigging? I was looking for a white light but the green or blue might be better to retain night vision.
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I installed two white lights behind my bay boat. Great illumination but not blinding, kind of takes on the color of the water you have. Murky water = Tan light. Cant say about the blue and green lights.
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The green color seems to be the most popular of underwater lighting to attract fish.
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