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Old 05-08-2008, 12:02 PM
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Those pictures look re-touched. I'm not saying they don't look good in real life, but the pics seem very enhanced to me.
that is how they look in person too... they are very cool.
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that will explain alot of UFO sightings.
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Thanks for the link... In the vids you can see the weird contrast with the camera issue and can see the real look in most of the shots.

Nice stuff!
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I'm definetly sold on them ,

I have been talking with a rep at Ocean Led (Zack ) and he has been extremely helpful.

I'm gonna eventually put them under the dock as well.
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Here are mine i just installed havent used them yet hopefully next week.

Got them from http://www.abysslite.com/


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Old 05-09-2008, 07:34 PM
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Cool, get sum night picts interested to see em.
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Being in the business of selling and installing LED lights, I will share this with you. Most of the junk you see on the market is offshore (no punk intended) is just that, junk. Vast claims of performance and design are cheap imitations of US products. The company we are distributors for design, engineer and produce their own products. Example of quality: NASCAR track safety lighting (the racetrack to the vehicles on the track) are all Whelen products. We should know, we build all of the Ford Motorsports pace vehicles, yes all with Whelen products.

Pic shown is my current boat project with a series 400 white LED product for the transom light. 71 led diodes emits a fair amount of light at a very low amp draw. Flush mount with only holes for the mounting bolts/screws and a wire entrance hole. Available in colors too. Can be programmed to flash or steady burn. PM for pricing. All of the Whelen product available at discount to all OSO members. The best for the best.
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Hey guys
Its just a tad premature but I am in the process of testing led light strips which are .5 meter long
available in red/ blue/ white/ green/ amber
I will be bringing them to market within the next 30 days or so.
Have some installed under a swim platform/ gunwales/ and back seat as well as inside side vents/ really cool and expect to be very competitive with the pricing.
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I just found one that screws into the drain plug. I will get more details soon.
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I just found one that screws into the drain plug. I will get more details soon.

any word on this yet?
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