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Hobbs 4 x 6 Marine Flood Light

Hobbs 4 x 6 Marine Flood Light

Description

The Hobbs 4 x 6 Marine Flood Light is completely weatherproof for every kind of marine application.

Features

  • Totally sealed against moisture ingress
  • Illuminates an area 80x wide by 30x long
  • Spot pattern projects a narrow beam of light up to 1000 feet
List Price
$84.00
Your Price
$56.70
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Details

Hobbs marine lamps are completely weatherproof. They are totally sealed against moisture ingress, and the mounting hardware is stainless steel to prevent rust and corrosion. The housing is shock resistant and can withstand up to 6 G's vibration. Both flood and spot versions are available to meet your lighting requirements. The flood pattern illuminates an area 80x wide by 30x long and the spot pattern projects a narrow beam of light up to 1000'. these lights are 12V

Possible 4 x 6 applications include:

  • Shrimp & fishing boats
  • Off-shore oil riggs
  • Ocean vessels
  • Barges
  • Dry dock lighting
  • Freighters, tankers, etc.
  • Pleasure craft
  • Anywhere a corrosion resistant lamp is needed.
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Hobbs 4 x 6 Marine Flood Light 071723 23 Marine flood light, 4 x 6, 12V
$56.70
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Hobbs 4 x 6 Replacement Bulb 072108 15 Replacement light bulb for Hobbs 4 x 6 marine flood light, 12V
$36.45
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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