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Ft. Lauderdale-based OceanLED has introduced the newest edition of its Pro Series bronze lights, Pro Series HD Gen2, which are 7,000 to 10,000 fixture lumens, which the company says is brighter than any DC-powered LED underwater light on the market today.



The lights come in two body styles: thru-hull and XFM or Xchangeable Flush Mount, which can be exchanged from inside without hauling. They also come in two brightness levels: the 2010 model that is 67 percent brighter than its predecessor at 7,000 fixture lumens, and the 3010 model that is 43 percent brighter than previous 3010 models at 10,000 fixture lumens.



Retail prices range from $1,699 to $3,199, and will be available for purchase in the first quarter of 2014.

The company has also launched two new product families for vessels up to 65 feet, the Amphibian Xtreme and Amphibian Pro Xtreme. The lights have been re-engineered and are up to 3.5 times brighter than previous Amphibian lights, up to 4,200 lumens.



The Pro Xtreme models offer color-change to allow boaters to toggle, or strobe, between eight colors or eight color scene variations to choose the color of their underwater lights at any time, and strobe to attract fish and bait, light up their wake, and create lighting effects above and below water.



Retail prices range from $179 to $1,249, and will be available for purchase Jan. 1.



For more information, visit www.oceanled.com.

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