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Old 07-12-2013, 01:15 PM
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They may not be as bright. I don't have a pic of them when they are on "both", however. I have some on my other boat that are five years older. The newer Lumitechs are significantly brighter. I think the LED industry is making huge progress on an almost daily basis it seems.
That's my gut feeling as well. I also have a fear of drilling holes in my transom. For both those reasons I wound up buying a 4' Alumiglo light stick about a year and a half ago and have been pleased.
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Im gonna be in the market for some lights in the near future, have any of you guys tried the lights made by Chris at coastal night lights? Ive heard nothing but great things about him and his lights, and they only require a tiny hole to be drilled as well....
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Im gonna be in the market for some lights in the near future, have any of you guys tried the lights made by Chris at coastal night lights? Ive heard nothing but great things about him and his lights, and they only require a tiny hole to be drilled as well....

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These only need a tiny hole too. I've heard nothing but good things about his lights, but 3000 lumens in a colored fixture is unheard of. 6k as a pair and its really bright 400.00-500.00 can't be beat for this set up from Loomis. I was in the murky azz St. John's tonight and I will say that I was a little discourage until I got to decent water. Underway the lights were great but at idle they were weak looking due to the muddy water. Then I went out to the Jetties and idled and it looked sweet and within minutes there were glass minnows all over with a illuminated halo twenty feet around the whole boat
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okay so the strobe maybe is not such a good idea....looks like FWC....
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Hi All, Just wanted to share some new leds underwater lights that i make. I get "NO Growth" on the lens of all my lights. The algae and barnicles do not grow in the intense single wavelength of the lights. I get these messages from all my customers. I make the worlds most powerful lights right now. Boats, docks and drop lights-gigging lights, pool lights. None of my lights cost over 250. Any voltage you want-120ac or 12vdc. 24 3watt leds in a lot of my lights. They will blow you away-dangerously bright and torture tested for weeks in 100f saltwater. Nothing and I mean nothing compares to the lights I make. Visit my website or call me for more information. You will get thousands of lumens with my lights-guaranteed!! I have tried all the others and these blow them away. I have 30 products that are unique and not available anywhere. I promise you will not be in anyway dissappointed in the illumination or the area illuminated. My lights are practically indestructable. I will have youtube video shortly of my Expedition running over a 24 led drop light to prove this point. Call me-Andy 508 524 0296
Again-there is nothing that even compares!!! I challenge you to find a better design and light output. My 24 led dock light compares to a 250watt mercury vapor but much greener and fish attracting-and NO GROWTH on the lens-just the body or housing.
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Hi All, Just wanted to share some new leds underwater lights that i make. I get "NO Growth" on the lens of all my lights. The algae and barnicles do not grow in the intense single wavelength of the lights. I get these messages from all my customers. I make the worlds most powerful lights right now. Boats, docks and drop lights-gigging lights, pool lights. None of my lights cost over 250. Any voltage you want-120ac or 12vdc. 24 3watt leds in a lot of my lights. They will blow you away-dangerously bright and torture tested for weeks in 100f saltwater. Nothing and I mean nothing compares to the lights I make. Visit my website or call me for more information. You will get thousands of lumens with my lights-guaranteed!! I have tried all the others and these blow them away. I have 30 products that are unique and not available anywhere. I promise you will not be in anyway dissappointed in the illumination or the area illuminated. My lights are practically indestructable. I will have youtube video shortly of my Expedition running over a 24 led drop light to prove this point. Call me-Andy 508 524 0296
Again-there is nothing that even compares!!! I challenge you to find a better design and light output. My 24 led dock light compares to a 250watt mercury vapor but much greener and fish attracting-and NO GROWTH on the lens-just the body or housing.
So do you have a website? Can you put up some pictures?
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So do you have a website? Can you put up some pictures?


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Website is Loomisled.com. There is no one that I know of that makes a 72watt green led transom light. Well maybe oceanled for 1800.00 vs my 200!! I dare anyone to compare my lights and these are insanely bright. Pictures do not do them justice. One 24led light will light up over half and acre at night. My new 6 cree xml light is 6000 lumens with aluminum reflectors for gigging and lobstering. I have been an engineer at MIT for 25 years and now build the worlds most powerful underwater lights for a fraction of any other manufacture. You can reach me 7 days a week and I return all calls promptly. Call me and I will be happy to educate you on led technology and my lights-there is nothing out there like them. Crazy powerful!-Andy 508 524 0296
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So I think one of the pros to these lights are that the beam widths are wide. The others that I've seen seem to be more directional instead of an overall illumination. I fished last week at night and boy what a crazy night of flying fish squid and some other uso's....soon cool
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Hope to do some Mangrove hunting soon....
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Andy its that time again!!!I excited to get me some new lights for the 31'. Should I go same set up as last time, or do you offer any other latest and greatest inventions???
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I'd like to hear some reviews and see some pics from people who purchased. Any issue with growth on lens? any issues with lights? I have friends who have purchased some but another who bought SeablazeX and side by side the SeablazeX is brighter. Pics would be great so I can see for my self.
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Me too, I am looking into dock lights but am leaning towards Deep Glow as I want something that does not have a hi maintenance schedule. For a Boat I would 100% go LED cause of power draw and the fact that my boat will not being sitting in water for weeks on end.

Has anybody used Andy's lights on a dock and can they report back on growth?

Andy, I am also looking for some lights to go above water (under the ledge) of the dock. Do you have something that you would recommend. There is likely to be a few high tides now and then which could submerse them. But primarily they would be above water shinning down. I am looking for Green to complement the look of the green in water light.

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If you haven't looked here yet. Chris is a member here with great reviews on product and service
www.coastalnightlights.com.
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If you haven't looked here yet. Chris is a member here with great reviews on product and service
www.coastalnightlights.com.
Lumens are very low on these stated above. Does anyone know what type of LED the Loomisled uses? It states around 1800 Lumens for the Blue, but much more for the others.
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Digging up the past I Guess. This is over a year old and the guy does not appear to have joined THT as member. Must not be much to his product.
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Digging up the past I Guess. This is over a year old and the guy does not appear to have joined THT as member. Must not be much to his product.
If your talking about angrymullet, Look again. He only has 221 posts and a anchor. I would beg to guess he has joined at some time.
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Hey guys sorry I've been not around for a while. I had these Loomis lights on my last yellowfin as depicted above and I plan to put them on my new one soon. He has a web site and answers the phone every time... All kidding aside this is by far the brightest light for the money.....with no close second in my opinion
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Hey guys sorry I've been not around for a while. I had these Loomis lights on my last yellowfin as depicted above and I plan to put them on my new one soon. He has a web site and answers the phone every time... All kidding aside this is by far the brightest light for the money.....with no close second in my opinion
Does his light come with a transformer or driver? Or is it just 2 wires coming out the back? Would you have any pictures of the back of them?
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