AlumiGlo SuperBrite 4800 48'' Green LED Fishing Light

AlumiGlo SuperBrite 4800 48'' Green LED Fishing Light

Price: $189.99
Model
TD Code
DescriptionLumensSizeColorPrice
100-4800-G
FLC-0004
SuperBrite LED Fishing Light4,80048''Green$189.99 USD

AlumiGlo SuperBrite LED Fishing Lights feature all aluminum construction, including the endcaps, which means you won't have to deal with glass or plastic parts. The SuperBrite fishing light's 4 Sides of LEDs provides 360 degrees of light. This AlumiGlo light's color comes directly from green or white LEDs, not from a colored filter. AlumiGlo SuperBrite LED Fishing Lights boast 50,000 hours from their high power LEDs.

Low Amp Draw lets you use the lights with any size 12VDC battery. Includes 25 foot long power-cord, clips and cigarette plug.

Suitable for freshwater or saltwater use. These fishing lights are internally weighted, so no added weight is required.

  • 4800 lumens - 48'' long
  • All aluminum construction
  • (960) 50,000 hr. high power SMD 3528 LEDs
  • 4-sided LED lamp provides 360° of brilliant light
  • 12VDC, 60-watts, 5 amps
  • Freshwater or saltwater use
  • 25' heavy-duty power-cord
  • No added weight required
  • Great for fishing and shrimping
3.5 Stars based on 2 reviews
By Randy
Millsboro, DE
Description of product was wrong, and still is
May 23, 2018
OK, I like the light just fine, good product. However, the ad stated that it came with a cigarette plug adapter, which it didn't. TackleDirect offered to take it back. Weeks later, I see they still haven't fixed their ad on their website. Booooooo
Prosnice product
Consrequires battery clips to use- yuck
By Jason
Columbia, MO
Fishing light
July 5, 2016
Extremely bright LED. I bought a 12 volt battery as a portable power supply. Has to be pulled out of the water and rinsed off with fresh water after each use. I wish it had some kind of a protective case for travel.
1 Question & 1 Answer
Roger Qualman
from Beaufort, NC asked:
April 26, 2018
Can this light be left in the water for 5 consecutive days?
1 Answers
While keeping them consistently on that long seems extreme, I don't see a problem. However, I would think turning them off now and then would be the smartest move. They are halogen and get very hot. Here are few recommendations from their website: Notice: These lights use halogen bulbs which burn hot. They must be submerged in water during use. . Just Drop It In the Water and Plug It In! Magnum Lights should always be plugged into a grounded GFCI Outlet that is protected by a circuit breaker or fuse. THIS LIGHT SHOULD NOT BE USED IN SWIMMING AREA'S. For Maximum Brightness, MAGNUM DOCK LIGHTS should be hung from the side of the Dock or Boat. NEVER LAY THE LIGHTS ON THE BOTTOM or they may overheat and be ruined! More Info The lights should be set as high off the bottom as possible, but deep enough to avoid boat traffic and low tide.
Chris
on May 1, 2018

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