Offshore Angler™ Flashing LED Deep Drop Lights

   

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LED-7G
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LED-7B
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These high-quality Flashing LED Deep Drop Lights from Offshore Angler™ are watertight down to 3,000 feet and are outfitted with a super bright LED bulb that lasts up to 100,000 hours. Our Flashing LED Deep Drop Lights operate on two AA batteries (included) for an illuminating runtime of 230 hours.
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don't Bought three and checked them at the shop to see they were working. By the time I got to use them a week later, I couldn't get one to work even after changing the battery. Others stopped working after a few uses. I wish I could recommend a drop light but they all seem to self destruct. February 16, 2013
subject to quitting I purchased several of these for different purposes. The white is not clear white, the container is muted: not bright. two of the six worked out of the box. The rest required adjustments. The design is a battery pressing on a led bulb. The bulb can come loose and it requires disassembly to correct the problem. They were not designed to be taken apart Save yourself some problems and pass on this light September 21, 2012
pretty durable The light so far has been outstanding. i've been deep dropping to 1400 feet and so far there hasn't been a leak. the other lights i've been using developed cracks or leaked after a few times. I highly recommend the glow one as it seemed to attract fish better than the others. November 29, 2010
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I place mine on a clip where the mono from the reel meets the heavy mono on your hooked rig. And sometimes I add on on other deep drop lights on the weight clip.
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Hi, thank you for your inquiry. Deep Drop Lights are typically attached to the same snap swivel that connects the line on the rod to the deep drop rig. However, doing this can impede the snap swivel and keep it from spinning freely. Many of the higher quality deep drop rigs are made with a snap swivel meant just for one of these lights. This light specific snap swivel is usually located only several inches below the one that connects the line to the rig.

We could tell you more if we knew where the customer was fishing, at what depth and what type of rig they are using.

We have never heard of anyone placing the light at or near the bottom of the rig so if you put the light at the top of the rig, it will be very helpful and you will have a better chance at hooking up onto a monster.

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My light came with the bulb unscrewed inside the cap. how can i fix it?

order # 4641631-12

just ordered and this one came broken. haven't yet tried them so i hope the rest work
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remove the brass holder, it is held in with an o-ring. screw the bulb into the brass base and press back into the plastic holder with the red o-ring
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do they make noice?

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no the are silent
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No, they do not have anything to produce noise or vibration.
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