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LUMITEC LIGHTINGSeaBlaze3 Underwater LED Lights

LUMITEC LIGHTING

SeaBlaze3 Underwater LED Lights

Lumitec again raises the bar in terms of features, performance, and price in underwater lighting. Boasting light output equal to that of competitors costing 3 to 5 times more, SeaBlaze3 is available in 4 output options, including 2 color. Surface mount for fast easy installation.

  • Voltage: 10 to 30VDC   
  • Current: 2.5A @ 12VDC, 0.95A @ 24VDC

Datasheet
Mounting Instructions

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Product Models
Description WM Model # MFG Part # Availability Price Quantity  
SeaBlaze3 Underwater LED Light, White 11242526 101055
Ships when available.

$299.99

SeaBlaze3 Underwater LED Light, Blue 11242534 101056
Ships when available.

$299.99

SeaBlaze3 Underwater LED Light, Green 11242542 101057
In stock online.

$299.99

SeaBlaze3 Underwater LED Light, Blue/White 11242559 101058
In stock online.

$299.99

Product Description

Lumitec again raises the bar in terms of features, performance, and price in underwater lighting. Boasting light output equal to that of competitors costing 3 to 5 times more, SeaBlaze3 is available in 4 output options, including 2 color. Surface mount for fast easy installation.

  • Voltage: 10 to 30VDC   
  • Current: 2.5A @ 12VDC, 0.95A @ 24VDC

Datasheet
Mounting Instructions

Specs

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Lumitec LightingSeaBlaze3 Underwater LED Lights
 
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        4.0

        Good light

        By Mad Hatter

        from Long Beach

        About Me Advanced

        Pros

        • Durable
        • Easy To Install
        • Reliable
        • Waterproof

        Cons

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            Comments about SeaBlaze3 Underwater LED Lights:

            I put two of these on my 36 powerboat. I bought the ones with the changing color. The only color that really looks good is blue. The other colors are okay. The water in SoCal is kind of greenish so the white light looks greeny. The green in the water actually tones down the blue a bit and it looks cool. Two is okay on my 14ft beam but three would have been better. I am glad I did not go with the less expensive ones. These are strong enough to really light up the back area. Fish love them!

            (5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Best Underwater Light for the Money

            By Chris

            from Niantic, CT

            About Me Advanced

            Pros

            • Durable
            • Easy To Install
            • Reliable
            • Waterproof

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Large Boats
              • Small Boats

              Comments about SeaBlaze3 Underwater LED Lights:

              A good fishing friend recently installed two of the white/blue set on his twin diesel express and they looked so good I bought three for my outboard express. I went with one solid color green and I know there is a lot of debate about whether green or blue is a better fishing color. For the northeast canyons I believe you can't go wrong either way. I went with green because green lure are hot for canyon fishing in my area and they seem to penetrate the water further than blue lights. I have see both lights attract fish. I personally stayed away from the white/blue model. The internal switch does work as advertised however, half of the LED's are white and half blue. LED's cannot change color so you do give up some light power for multiple colors. For under $900 I was able to get three lights that will rival those costing thousands.

              (13 of 16 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              Self contained, blue and white LED

              By Ron

              from St. Paul, Minnesota

              About Me Advanced

              Pros

              • LED low power consumption
              • No external electronics

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Transom below water

                Comments about SeaBlaze3 Underwater LED Lights:

                Finally LED underwater lights are reasonably priced and a do-it-your-selfer can install. Being able to turn lights on/off/on to switch from white only to blue only to all on is bonus. Tip: replace the included surface mount stainless screws with shorter ones so they don't penetrate your hull, only the small center hole has to be through-hull. Certainly bright enough to create nice effect, but not as penetrating as the $1,000+ designs. I installed 3 on my 14' transom.

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