Available in several colors, including blue and green. Very bright, with good water penetration. Good-quality construction from marine-grade anodized aluminum. Offers 1,720 lumens. Durable. Does not need an external controller.
On the expensive side. Some reports that this product arrived defective or only lasted a short period of time.
Four pieces in six-inch strips, with each strip containing 12 LEDs. Epoxy-sealed to resist water, corrosion, and vibration. Surface-mount design at a good price. Low 12-volt current draw. Long-lasting. Has a nice look when installed.
The wiring is very thin and breaks easily. Some feel these lights could be brighter.
IP68-rated, waterproof, and submersible. Very bright lights. Two lights in five-meter rolls come in each kit. Bright LEDs, with 300 to a strip, 30 centimeters each. Red and green LED strips. Sixty feet of power wire. Waterproof switch, installation channel, and hardware.
Reports of some LED lights not working. May not be legal for some boats in some jurisdictions.
Made from 316 marine-grade stainless steel, with a shatterproof lens. Has a low profile and footprint. Vibration- and shock-resistant. Offers 2,853 lumens. Solid construction and easy to install. Also has over-temperature protection. Comes with surface-mounting installation hardware.
Cannot be used or mounted out of the water. Does not come with a rocker switch or remote.
Can be surface-mounted or wired above or below the waterline. Made up of six bright green LED lights of 180 lumens each. Waterproof and well-made. Decent price. Installs easily. Boasts 100,000-hour life. Comes with mounting hardware. Doesn't run as hot as other options.
Light output is not as good as other options. Reports that some of the LEDs die within a few months.
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