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Old 01-12-2016, 10:03 AM   #1
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In the middle of a repower on the charter boat. So while we are makin her new we are looking for some new lights. They have so many kinds which ones have you guys used with good durability?
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Old 01-12-2016, 10:05 AM   #2
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I haven't installed mine yet, but I bought some Coastal Night Lights. All the reviews were great.
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Coastal night lights here as well. We have two on our boat that are 5 years old.
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Coastal Night Lights are the brightest ones I've found and I've had zero issues over the last 5+ years on various boats I've owned.
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I have a MagLite tied to the back of my 12 foot boat. No issues for about the first 30 minutes.

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Rigids are great lights. Just a little pricey.
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I need something that can sit in the water for extended periods of time and can take a beating. This boat is not trailered but a few times a year and is run 40 hrs a week or more march through Oct. I have the sea blaze bronze housings now but they grow stuff all over them and I have cracked two.
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Rigids are bad ass


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