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Blue Led Boat Plug Light Garboard Brass Drain 1/2" Npt Marine Underwater Fish on 2040-parts.com

US $6.99
Location:

Moorestown, New Jersey, United States

Moorestown, New Jersey, United States
Condition:New Brand:Mitchell Led Manufacturer Part Number:ECBLMitch

Garboard boat light has the following features:

1. Built in voltage control that produces brightness with low power consumption.

2. DC 12 volt input.

3. Garboard light is made of thick marine grade SS and will not stick like chrome or aluminum.

4. Blue LED Light is filled with marine grade epoxy and will Not leak.

5. Life span of light 50,000+ hours.

6. 1/2" NPT thread size for drain outlet.

7. Great for nightscaping ( wow factor ) and swimming. Like having and in ground pool light feature for your boat.

8. You can lower these over the side of your boat or dock to attract many different fish. Many people agree 18 to 20 " below water surface is ideal.

9. Solid drain plug light that installs in seconds with no cutting, drilling, or splicing.

If you desire to drain your boat, Simply unscrew the brass plug and lay to the side. No hassle

Portable investment which can be moved boat to boat easily.

100% made in the USA

These lights are 12 volts, if you use a 24v system you will require a 10W LED driver.

A  Keeper

Fun To Use

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