Use Marine LED Bulbs for Better Projection

Yatchlights offers a wide range of marine accessories which include lights, switches and many more. Their main aim is to create long term relation with the customers. They provide high quality products at extremely reasonable prices. Their product series include Cantalupi, ShadowCaster, VisionX, Ocean LED, Imtra, Lumitech, Cabin-Denmark, Seamaster, Abyss, Frensch, Gewis, Hella and many more. They offer huge collection of yatch lights, led lights, courtesy lights, wall lights, navigation lights, underwater lights and also Marine Grade Cables. They also supply Low voltage dimmers, DC power supplies and low voltage transformers. They also provide Marine led bulbs which are specially designed for underwater purposes. At http://www.yachtlights.com, all the information is available regarding the products along with specifications. The Led lights are more durable and also heat resistant. These lights are eco-friendly as they do not contain harmful chemicals like mercury. There is a separate contact page where one can consult for the queries. They also provide fixture material for repairing purpose. Courtesy lights are available in both halogen as well as LED. Surface fixtures are specially designed to solve the problem for structural constraints. They also offer a variety of LED Bars, strip, rope lighting for engine rooms. These strips are available in many colors like white, blue and many more. Navigation lights are also available in LED and bulb form with sub variety in 2NM or 3NM. Their product line of halogen and led includes SV7 Festoon bulbs, W2 Wedge, E26/E27 Spherical, MR16, B15d Bayonet, E14 Tubular and Halogen G4.

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