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Thread: Looking for a well sealed LED pool light

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    Looking for a well sealed LED pool light

    Had disastrous experience with Hayward Color Logic lights leaking and would still like LED but they would need to be well sealed like the regular white pool lights are. If water gets in it corrodes the LED circuit board.

    Are there any LED's out there that don't leak?

    Any help is much appreciated ! Thanks!

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    Re: Looking for a well sealed LED pool light

    We've had quite a few issues with those lights. If we sell an LED light we go with the intellibrite. Haven't had any issues with them and people love them in the pool compared to old incandescents.
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    Re: Looking for a well sealed LED pool light

    Quote Originally Posted by thepoolman
    We've had quite a few issues with those lights. If we sell an LED light we go with the intellibrite. Haven't had any issues with them and people love them in the pool compared to old incandescents.
    Many thanks poolman. yes we were just looking at them. They look well sealed and our supplier assures us we wont have the same problem as we had with the color logics.

    Thanks again!

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    Re: Looking for a well sealed LED pool light

    Hello,
    I've had three Colorlogic 2.5's go out since I installed my pool about 3 years ago. Same problem, flooded housings. Now the new 4.0's don't cinc up to the old ones, so I'll have to replace both of them??? I don't think so Hayward... Bye bye...

    If I'm going to order two, they won't be Haywards...think I'll try the Intellibrites.

    Jim
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