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    L.E.D. Fishing lights #3716 08/02/10 01:00 PM
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    50 L.E.D.s or 75 L.E.D.s Fishing Lights

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    50 L.E.D.s - 1 amp draw $46.95
    75 L.E.D.s - 1.5 amp draw $59.95

    No ballast resistor
    15' Heavy duty cord
    8 1/2 Compact Design
    Internal weighted
    Life span bulbs 17 years, 50,000 hours
    No Ultraviolet or Infrared rays
    Environment safe
    Not effected by heat or cold
    No Heat, cool to touch
    Durabilty, can take fair abuse
    1 year Limited Warranty
    60 Day Money Back

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    Testimonials

    Got out to my spot at 10pm
    fished until the sun came up all in
    all not bad night.
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    Submitted by: strmwalker
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    i used the light over the weekend, really impressed with the
    amount of area the glow covered underwater. would get bite
    almost every time dropped jig down around light. i will take camera
    with me next time.
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    I have had great luck using the LED light, as a matter of fact if you
    were to come to johnson creek on the weekend you will see my
    neighbors are using the lights as well. I just slip it into the water
    just before the daylight is gone and turn it on. it puts out a pretty
    wide circle of light and draws the fish in. I catch more fish than the
    guys not using it......I like it so much I now have 3 of them....and
    with the low drain on the battery all 3 light on all night I still have
    battery life at the end of the night.
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    set it about 3 foot deep dropped down
    at side of boat. was pretty bright on opposite side of boat. tons of
    got light and bob was great to deal with very fast responses.


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    Re: L.E.D. Fishing lights [Re: BobGlen] #3728 08/10/10 08:34 AM
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    L.E.D.s
    Only .02 AMPS per LED
    50 LED 360 degree bulbs X's .02 amps draw = 1.0
    75 LED 360 degree blubs X's .02 amps draw = 1.5

    LED Lifespan 50,000 Hours
    Powered 4 hours a day = 34 1/4 Year Lifespan
    Powered 8 hours a day = 17 Year Lifespan
    Powered 24 hours a day = 5 3/4 Year Lifespan

    Ballast Resistor
    NO, bulky resistor to contend with, direct lighting from 12 volt systems

    Cool running L.E.D. (L.ight E.mitting D.iode)
    LED’s do not get hot, so very little energy is wasted as heat. LED light
    bulbs generate only trace amounts of warmth resulting in nearly all of the
    energy consumed creating the light itself without the major battery amp
    draw.

    Durability
    LEDs are solid-state components which are difficult to break. LEDs do
    not use fragile components such as glass and filaments, which mean
    LEDs, are able to withstand shock, vibration and extreme temperature
    ranges.

    LED light bulbs
    Does not use any mercury period. LED technologies is designed to
    focus the light better for a more intense, bright light.

    Ultraviolet or Infrared rays
    LED’s also do not produce ultraviolet or infrared rays which are light
    waves which can not be seen by the human eye. What LED’s do is
    convert a higher percentage of energy into light within the visible
    spectrum which means that less power is required to produce the same
    amount of useful light.

    Environment
    LED lighting devices are made from non toxic materials. LEDs are also
    recyclable and considered “Green or Earth Friendly”.

    Longevity
    LEDs have a lifespan of up to 50,000 hours

    Safety
    Improved safety may be one of the most important benefits of LED
    lighting. LED lights generate virtually no heat. LED lights are cool to the
    touch and can be left on for hours without incident or consequence if
    touched.

    50 LEDs
    Power: 2.4W
    Life time: 50,000 hours
    Luminous flux: 240-300 lm (Equivalent to 25 Watt Incandescent light
    bulb)
    Color temperature: 15,000-16,500K
    360 Degree radius light output.

    75LEDs
    Power: 3.6W
    Life time: 50,000 hours
    Luminous flux: 360-450 lm (Equivalent to 40 Watt Incandescent light
    bulb)
    Color temperature: 15,000-16,500K
    360 Degree radius light output.

    Re: L.E.D. Fishing lights [Re: BobGlen] #3734 08/17/10 07:22 AM
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