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Golight Portable RadioRay Searchlights

Golight Portable RadioRay Searchlights

Description

The Golight Portable RadioRay Searchlight is weatherproof for Land and Sea applications.

Features

  • Exclusive Cr5 Pentabeam Technology
  • Remote Controlled Operation
  • 370 Degree Rotation X 135 Degree Tilt
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$319.00
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$275.01
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Details

  • 400,000 Candle Power, 5.5 Amps 
  • UV Ray and Saltwater Resistant 
  • 3-Year Limited Warranty

    Package Includes:
  • Programmable Wireless Remote
  • Suction Cup & Permanent Mount Shoe
  • 15' Cord with Cigarette Plug for 12v DC


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