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The AquaLitz™ by Alpena® QuadFire™ is a compact but powerful LED pod light featuring precision optics that provide an intense spot beam output.
Designed to be mounted on marine exteriors in a variety of boats and other uses. Rated for 1500 lumens, the QuadFire™ uses the Cree™ LED for a higher lumen-per-watt output. A shockproof and waterproof alloy housing provides longevity and durability.
- Four (4) pre-cut LensArmor™ films protect the lens and change light color
- Can be used as a docking light, spot light, utility light or reverse light for trailering
- Installs on any 12-24V DC system
- Brightness: 1500 lumens
- Bulb Type: Cree™ LED
- Waterproof Rating: IP-65
- Bulb Lifetime: 50,000 hours
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