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Old 01-23-2011, 09:09 PM
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That looks like a great idea!
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Anyone tried these??? Liquid Lite

Just replaces your drain plug... I like the idea I can take it with me from boat to boat....

The boat with the tower has the smaller cheaper version, the other two boats have the brighter model.

The basic 3 LED model is 380 lumen and the 6 LED is 810 lumen

http://drainpluglight.com/

Interesting.
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Old 01-24-2011, 06:17 AM
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Here is another drain plug blue light....

http://www.hodgesmarine.com/ProductD...19&click=39123
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That is a great idea!!
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Old 01-24-2011, 10:17 AM
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www.coastalnightlights.com

These guys are out of Ft lauderdale. They are a strong and robust designed with all the LED's encapsulated so no water can get in and bright. I have three of the "S" style blue lights.. For $99 a piece they are a far better value and better made when it comes to a "lens" all of them leak after a while.
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Shadow-caster is the best we've installed durable, supper bright, and they look awesome!
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Are these lights legal to have on while running?
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trying to do a follow up for anyone that I can find on the forum asking about underwater lights.

I went with Abyss Lite and got 4 of the 1560 RGB color changing LED lights. They are on the back of the boat, one on each side of each drive. My boat is a Formula 400ss.

I can tell you that the water here at my lake is one of the dirtiest I have ever experienced... It is FAR from clear.

The lights work AWESOME so far. VERY VERY VERY bright. So bright, that they actually shine up and OUT of the water much more than I expected. I put them as low on the boat as I could. Almost all of the colors work well. Red is probably the worst, but it still works very well in my opinion.

Granted, I have not had the luxury to see how underwater lights look out in the ocean or clear water, but I am happy with what I have here on my lake, so I can only imagie that it gets MUCH better.

I will get some pics up in the Formula section next week. Heading up to the lake tonight.
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