Low-profile design keeps it out of the way, but it has plenty of power with its 18" bulbs. The black light on one side of the unit illuminates your fluorescent line and a general-purpose bulb on the other side means no more flipping a light around to see in your boat. Frosted lens cover on the white general-purpose bulb to reduce glare. Operates on a 12V electrical system with cigarette lighter plug. Four-way on/off switch.
Rated 1 out of 5 by twiggertoo Wish I hadn't
First year I have had a boat. Bought this light to be able to fish at night. Had problems even getting it to burn. Ended up cutting the plug off and wiring it stright to my battery. The plug is cheep and hard to make contact. On and off switch is hard to use. Hard to get it to move. The first time reflector in back of light has any moisture to get in the cover it wraps around the bulbs and sticks to them. And as far as being able to see your line at night it's good up to about three feet. Don't waste you time or money. Go ahead and get one of the better name lights. That is what I have had to do. And out the price of the light to boot. If I had added another $40.00 any way it wouldn't have cost me a total of about $150.00
July 1, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 by Bdws Bad
Bought this light to bass fish at night and i am very displeased with it, it shines maybe 15ft from the boat, it's a waste of money don't buy!
June 14, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 by dw9106 trash
fish 3 nights a week from May to Oct . Light only works 10 to 20 feet from boat. do not buy.
February 9, 2009
Rated 3 out of 5 by Joe475 Good light
I bought this light on sale. I am happy with my purchase and beleive I received a good value. But, I was a little disappointed how much light it put out.
November 7, 2007