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Lumitec Seablaze Quattro

Old 03-01-2018, 05:29 PM
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I posted this in the Electronics forum but didnít get much of a response. Letís try it here.

Does anyone have any real world reviews or insight into the new Seablaze Quattro? I know that in the Seablaze 3 vs Seablaze X battle the X wins hands down. Where does the Quattro fall? These are brand new as of 11/17 so I know by many people have them yet.

I have an 8.6 bean and twins. I either want to put 2 Xís in blue only or 3 Quattroís in spectrum and am having a hard time deciding. Iím leaning heavily towards the Quattros but without ever seeing them, or hearing from anyone who has them Iím hesitant. Thanks!
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I just replaced a pair of seablaze 2 with the white/blue seablaze quattro. They are extremely bright. The bronze housing is the same as the seablaze x. I found them online for under $200 each.
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Old 03-01-2018, 06:08 PM
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I just replaced a pair of seablaze 2 with the white/blue seablaze quattro. They are extremely bright. The bronze housing is the same as the seablaze x. I found them online for under $200 each.
Awesome! Any pics?
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Old 03-05-2018, 01:33 PM
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Anybody? I’d like to order this week but need the THT stamp of approval!
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Old 03-08-2018, 02:35 PM
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So nobody huh? Just snowplowed this nor’easter so I got some money to burn!
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Old 03-16-2018, 01:51 PM
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Ok so last shot. I’ve hit 3 boat shows and no one has any insight let alone a demo. Does ANYONE have anything real life to say about these??
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I just put 4 Seablaze Quattro Spectrum on my Tiara. Should get launched before next weekend.






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Boat was launched yesterday. Here are some pictures of the 4 SeaBlaze Quattro Spectrum lights. The water is our marina was pure brown for these photos....Lake Erie is extremely stirred up an muddy right now. I pretty impressed.





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They look great! I pulled the trigger on 3 quattros and should be installing next week. I’ll post pics when launched!
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Old 04-04-2018, 11:23 PM
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I put the Lumitec Spectrums on an 8'6" and honestly two would have been more than enough
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Old 04-06-2018, 10:47 AM
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Looking for some feedback also on the seablaze Quatros. Thinking about getting 2 for my 26 cc wondering if that would be enough
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Old 04-12-2018, 04:59 AM
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Trying to decide between 2 of these or 2 seablaze x spectrums on my 38 Hatteras, in Long Island. I know the xís are brighter but double the price
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My Tiara has a 14' beam. I used 4 SeaBlaze Quattro Spectrums. They are spaced approx 35" apart. Lumitec recommends the lights be about 36" apart for best coverage.

I don't think you'll get good coverage w/ 2 on a 38 Hatteras as you'll most likely have gaps in coverage.
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Thanks I was thinking of starting with two and either adding another 1 or 2 if coverage was lacking
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Installed mine today. Can’t wait to fire them up tonight!
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How'd they turn out?
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Old 04-16-2018, 06:15 AM
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I have a quick question about the seablaze X. I currently have 4 seablaze 3 blue lights and im deciding on whether I should go with single or dual colour outputsea blaze x lights

my question; is the single output light much brighter than the dual output light? should i go with two white and 2 blue, or just go with 4 white/ blue lights
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How'd they turn out?
I thought I posted this...




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Just 2 of them installed on mine.. very pleased w/results
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