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Old 31 May 2014, 14:09   #11
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Old 31 May 2014, 17:41   #12
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You will be wanting something like this next...


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Old 14 July 2014, 08:54   #13
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Pretty impressive light show going on under there Siochair.

Bind of my boating days at the moment is how quickly the bottom of the boat is getting fouled. Green slime, then the barnacles. Normally manage to keep it under control with wash/scrub off with green scouring pad when off the beach, but finding it coming back far too quickly. Has anyone found the magic way of dealing with this without breaking the bank.
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Old 14 July 2014, 10:10   #14
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Originally Posted by Siochair View Post

Mmm very pretty, live and let live, but there's a lot more things I'll be spending my hard earnt on before I even begin to think about this.... And just was is the point of it??

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Old 14 July 2014, 10:22   #15
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Not sure these are a good thing, are they for use at night when underway ? may have issues with colregs and lights, perhaps check what they look like from a distance away at night they might confuse people, thinking the white one and the red one.
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Old 26 July 2014, 04:11   #16
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I used them everywhere on the boat, seriously less battery drain from LEDs. I do quite a lot of nightfishing for pickerel as they are night feeders and arguably the best-eating fresh water fish. So my navigation and interior lights are on for quite awhile.
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Old 26 July 2014, 11:36   #17
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I'll be fitting some lights to my t-top, hopefully this week. I got a couple lights made by Lumitec here in the USA. A bit pricy but they dim and change color just by flipping the power switch quickly. When you turn them on they fade on and a quick off-on sets the brightness. Once on a quick off-on goes from white to red and again the fade up to full brightness. Hopefully as cool as I want them to be.


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