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Old 02-25-2015, 12:14 PM
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I need a recommendation on underwater dock lights. I know there are several threads on this topic already, however, I am trying to get the most up to date information possible as my neighbors and I are about to purchase a dozen of these. I have been "volunteered" to do the homework on this and due to the fact that other people will be relying on me I want to try to make the best decision possible. I am looking to purchase the brightest and least maintenance lights available. Cost is really not an issue, I just want to purchase the best. I greatly appreciate any information and recommendations. Thank you in advance.
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these guys are great

[url]www.underwaterfishlight.com
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These are by far the best! They have some huge commercial projects going in around downtown Tampa.

http://aquadocklights.com







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Don't buy these!!!! I have had nothing but issues and they are just over a year old. Customer service is poor and product does not live up to their claims.

www.incredibleunderwaterlights.com
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Originally Posted by OffshoreApparel.com View Post
These are by far the best! They have some huge commercial projects going in around downtown Tampa.

http://aquadocklights.com

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yes, +1 on these lights. I have one. You just keep them plugged in all the time. No timers needed. They are LED and the heat they generate (believe me, they get hot) keeps the growth off.
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Here's the one I have (http://www.greenglowdocklight.com), but it's brand new so I can't comment on long-term reliability, although it does have some features that make it seem better than some of the others (anti-fouling coating and self-cleaning HID bulb).
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Originally Posted by SteveH View Post
these guys are great

[url]www.underwaterfishlight.com
My next door neighbor just put one in, There's a few on our canal now. Lots of snook and jacks hitting at the moment. Reminds, me, I need to toss some shrimp out there...
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Thank you for the responses. Greatly appreciate it. Any thoughts on Deep Glow Lights?
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Check out Aqualuma, they have great product for dock lighting.

http://www.aqualuma.com/dock-light.html
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Originally Posted by amparke4 View Post
Check out Aqualuma, they have great product for dock lighting.

http://www.aqualuma.com/dock-light.html
Thanks, but I checked the website and it states they require cleaning every 4 to 6 weeks. That is way too often for me.
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http://underwaterfishlight.com/

Have these under my boat at the Marina, work great not one issue. Another guy a few boat down has them to, really light up the dock.
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We are using these:
http://www.yachtlights.com/item--Und...-Light--AA-UWL

They have been in the water for 6 months & so far they have been great.
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I used loomisled. I am happy with them and have not had to clean for 3 months. Although they required a patio stone to weigh it down. I was going to use deepglow.com but loomis was much cheaper
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I have had the Deep Glow for over a year now and am very happy with all aspects of the light. I am considering purchasing another to widen my area of illumination. Great value for the money in my experience thus far.

http://www.deepglow.com/
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deepglow I did 6 for a project and they are awesome!
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These appear to be the same lights, 2 votes for good, and 1 vote for nothing but problems?

http://incredibleunderwaterlights.com/shop/

http://aquadocklights.com/shop/

Seen them at boat shows and was looking into them, I wanted more customer experience/reviews before I bought one.
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Subscribed going to be looking for some from my house .
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Be sure to consider cost and ease of bulb replacement. I know the Deep Glow is inexpensive and user changeable, although I've not had to do it yet.
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Two friends have these seem to be working excellent for quite a few years now . http://NYUNDERWATERLIGHTING.com

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