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Rigid Industries M2-Series Diffused Spreaders

Rigid Industries M2-Series Diffused Spreaders

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The Rigid Industries M2-Series Diffused Spreader is designed to project light at extreme distances while consuming very little power.

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Available in a wide range of lengths and configurations, our flagship is the light bar of choice for everything from professional fishing boats to ski boats to commercial vessels. These lights are also commonly used on snow plows and other vehicles that are exposed to road salt. The M-Series light bar is designed to project light at extreme distances while consuming very little power. It features an extruded aluminum housing and polycarbonate lens that is sealed against the elements for years of trouble-free operation.

Spreader Light - Bright lights that are designed to cover a wide area. Used on many types of marine applications from Sail boat masts and off shore fishing boat towers to light up the fishing area or deck. Power boats, fishing boats and other boating platforms also use spreader lights are used to light up decks, underneath gunnels and anywhere you need to light up a large area. Similar to the power of a flood light, the spreader lights provide more of a "cloud" of light to help give you more coverage using less power.


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Rigid Industries M2-Series Diffused Spreaders 89351 M2-Series Diffused Spreader, 60 Degree, Single, 4"
$299.24
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