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LED lights for suckers

Its not new, but beware. They make many LED lights now that are not suited for the job.
Tri Color LED Light Navigation Anchor 2 in 1 | eBay

Something like this could get you killed.
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Re: LED lights for suckers

I especially like this:

"All light fixtures from 9 Volts and work support a maximum of 14 Volts. Its rated voltage is 12 Volts."

Seeing as most every boat out there charges at above 14V......... There is a reason it is called "Flea Bay"...
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Re: LED lights for suckers

I like this one too
Aquasignal LED Masthead Tricolor and Anchor Light | eBay

PVC + radioshack LEDs = marine light!
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Re: LED lights for suckers

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I like this one too
Aquasignal LED Masthead Tricolor and Anchor Light | eBay

PVC + radioshack LEDs = marine light!
Wow!

Taking something that's well used and adding some spare parts, I'm surprised the guy is asking $80 bucks for the thing.

Best just to get the real thing.
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