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Old 02-23-2010, 10:03 AM
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Anyone have them? Pics? Recommendations. Thanks Chris
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Saw these on Saturday night...pretty cool
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You saw more than that Saturday night... but then again!!!
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I am a distributor for Ocean LED lighting.. we have installed them at several South Florida homes. LED is the way to go , bright never haveto change the bulbs and costs nothing to run.. others are 400- 500 watss and cost a small fortune in electric and then you have to swim to change bulbs.
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talk to me..any pics? We need ideas. 2 45' docks
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I'm with Tanner...go LED...if you don't make sure you don't hard mount them to the dock because you won't like changing the bulbs underwater. LED's would be completely sealed and last 10's of thousands of hours.
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I am a distributor for Ocean LED lighting.. we have installed them at several South Florida homes. LED is the way to go , bright never haveto change the bulbs and costs nothing to run.. others are 400- 500 watss and cost a small fortune in electric and then you have to swim to change bulbs.
Agreed. Our boat was just used as the project boat for an upcomging issue/project for Powerboat magazine. Two A12 Amphibian Ocean LED's were installed by Teague. Easy install, low cost, aweseome result. A lot of bang for the buck. Article will be in the next issue of PBM.
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I will be back in town in Sunday and will get you some pictures and ideas . Water must be fairly clean to work good, the cleaner the water the better the light travels
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This is our dock...water is pretty clean
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Wow! More pics of the WOODY!
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