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Lumitec SeaBlaze X Underwater Light

Lumitec SeaBlaze X Underwater Light

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Our Price: $399.00

Light Color

White & Blue
Spectrum RGBW [Add $250.00]

Description Technical Specs
Lumitec lighting is used by some of the top boat builders in the industry. It can be hard to shop for lighting, but with Lumitec you can rest assured that you're buying tried and true products that have been OEM installed on thousands of boats across the US, including Sea Ray, Viking, Intrepid, Grady-White, Chris Craft, and more. Designed and manufactured in the USA, all Lumitec products are tested against water ingress, shock and vibration, and impact.

If you're looking for the most advanced and durable lights with the brightest and most intense output, then look no further; the SeaBlazeX is Lumitec's top-shelf underwater light offering. The circuitry is completely self-contained and tested to rigorous military standards while the marine grade bronze alloy housing provides an underwater service life of more than 50 years. SeaBlazeX can operate continuously above water without risk of overheating or damage.

In addition to the standard output, SeaBlazeX has two unique light output features; Cross-Fade, and Strobe. Cross-fade will gently change the intensity of your lights to provide a 'shimmering' effect on the water. On the two-color white/blue model it will Cross-Fade between both colors. Strobe flashes your lights at varying and random intervals. Both these modes are designed for fishing to attract fish to your boat. It's a pretty cool party trick too.

The SeaBlazeX Spectrum does not offer the fishing outputs, but does offer a near infinite palate of colors to choose from with it's RGBW LEDs. When you turn the lights on they will start a color cycle, going through it's entire range of colors. Simply interrupt the cycle with a quick 'off/on' toggle of your switch to set your desired color, or just leave it cycling for a light show.

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