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Thread: Spa LED replacement vs Pool LED replacement???

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    Jun 2008
    Cleburne, TX

    Smile Spa LED replacement vs Pool LED replacement???

    I have a Swimpquip light housing that is too small for the LED color light bulbs. It has a normal screw in fixture, it is just only 5 1/2" dia inside and all COLOR lights for pool that I have found so far are at least 6" in dia. I have found the "white" LED that will fit but we really wanted the color changing option.

    Spa lights are much smaller and will fit into the housing and are color changing. Just wondering if anyone has tried a spa light in their pool and what were the results?

    I know the intensity will not be as strong and the light will not be as bright...were you happy with the choice or should I just go with the "white" light and be boring??
    7,000 gallon, in-ground, aggregate finish, screen-enclosed, Hayward CX-900 cartridge filter, 1 HP pump, Melbourne, Florida

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    Jun 2010

    Re: Spa LED replacement vs Pool LED replacement???

    I just posted about these in another thread - maybe not the exact ones linked, but it should give you an idea. They are LED lights that screw into your returns and use the water flow to power the LEDs - no wires. I've seen versions that have color changing LEDs - maybe you can use a white pool light and add these instead!
    * Responsible for the operation of 21 semi-private pools and spas at 11 locations, varying from 1,900L to 20,000L spas and from 13,000L to 200,000L pools.

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