LLB-472W-21-10

Lunasea Dimmable LED Spreader Light

Lunasea Dimmable LED Spreader Light

Description

The Lunasea Dimmable LED Spreader Light offers 1,000 lumens of lights and focuses it from bow to stern.

Features

  • Auto On/Off Light Snesor
  • IP67 Rated
  • 3 Different Mounting Positions
List Price
$159.99
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$124.80
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The Lunasea Spreader Light is a light that delivers and is designed for distance and engineered for quality. Using two of the brightest single point light source LEDs with a lens, Lunasea puts the light where you want it - on your boat deck! Most other spreader lights cast a large quantity of light outside your boat while other spreaders focus their little intensity on small areas. If polarity is swapped on the power, the light dims down. Lunasea's spreader also has a built-in light sensor which automatically turns off at day light. Better yet, if you leave the light switch on during the day, the light will be on when you return and only draws 11 watts of power.


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Lunasea Dimmable LED Spreader Light LLB-472W-21-10 Dimmable LED Spreader Light, White
$124.80
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