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Old 10-06-2009, 03:30 PM
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I am in the market for a set of Underwater LED lights for my 38' TG. Any ideas??

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Since I have started a quest to find a set for my 47' Post I guess you could say that I've seen them all. We ended up going with the "Shadow Caster" line. Simply put, the brightest UW lights on the market... almost 3000 lumens. We installed 3 of the bimini blue lights and they are awesome. We were docked next to "Trader Hill," a 88' Hatteras out of Panama City with a set of $ 2400 Ocean LED's and we were BY FAR brighter and saturated the water better.

They are flat mount with a rear mount wire in the center. They are wired for a strobe option although the company that makes them hasnt released the strobe controller yet... but when they do, all you will have to do is hook up the extra wires.

They get $ 679 each.

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Tank just put some on his TG
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Ocean LED Lights are very bright, we were parked next to boats (a few times) and our Ocean LED lights were much brighter than our neighbors.
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OceanLED.....they are the industry leader.
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Do they come in red?
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I don't want to step on any toes and break any rules but a good friend of mine is a the mechanical design guy associated with Shadowcasters and the engineering is top notch.
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Thanks guys. I just purchased 2 of the Shadow Casters in blue from Blue Outfitters and because I'm an OSO member they gave me free shipping.

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I like the Baylight LED - 450 lumens and does not require a regulator box. You can find them for around $280 ea.
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I like the Baylight LED - 450 lumens and does not require a regulator box. You can find them for around $280 ea.
Ive not heard of that one. Shadow Casters are 3000 lumens and are $679
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