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Next generation lights launched

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South Florida-based LED lighting manufacturer Aqualuma introduced the 18 Series LEDs, part of the company’s Gen 4 Thru-Hull range. The new 18 Series uses Aqualuma’s patented one-piece polymer housing that can be serviced from inside the vessel. The 18 Series ultralight is encased in the Aqualuma 12 Series housing and gives Aqualuma 6 and 12 Series owners the ability to upgrade with no haul out.

For more information, visit www.aqualuma.com.

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