- 2 - 30 LED/20-inch Blue Water LED™ Light Strips with 3M™ Industrial Waterproof Adhesive Backing (White LEDs)
- T-tap Connectors
- Male Connectors
Provides plenty of light for seeing that dark ramp behind you or those expensive items in your driveway that are hard to see when finally getting home from a fishing trip. - SKU 112
Lifetime Limited Warranty
Note: With an existing reverse circuit, simply connect the Red(+) wire into your reverse wiring and ground the Black(-) wire. For trailers with no reverse circuit, it is necessary to run a wire from your trailer plug to the rear of your trailer.
- LEDs Per Strip: 30
- Strip Length: 20"
- LED Color: White
- Mount: 3M™ Adhesive Backing
Wish it was a little brighter, used on unlit ramp.
I put this on the back of my new trailer and early morning launches for bass tournaments are greatly improved and these light up like crazy. For those who believe they are not bright enough, you may be suffering from a poor connection or ground...unless they have been re-engineered or something. Mine are very bright and I get lots of comments from other boaters putting in regarding the amount of light they put out. They are well worth the price!
The lights I bought were returned due to I can get them installed at the factory. I'm buying a new boat. I did buy reverse lights for my boat trailer and a light strip for my truck cap. I love them they are really nice.
I have to say, this has been a great experience installing what I think is a great product in the Bluewater Lighting. They are very easy to install and trust me when I say you will definitely need a dimmer switch because the are very bright. I just finished installing them around my deck and I purchased the Nav lights as well as the blacklights and installed them in the rub rail on both sides of my Phoenix 920XP. What a great addition that not only looks fantastic, but is fully functional as well. Next up will be the trailer lighting and my package will be complete. Thanks to T.H.Marine for a great product.
Works great on lighting up those dark ramps early in the morning.