A Glowing Intex Style Light Review...Literally!

Crzyfrlss1

LifeTime Supporter
Jun 6, 2008
161
Central, CT
I've been considering a light for night time use on my Intex pool for quite some time now, problem is there aren't very many options out there for us.

There is this style


Available here
http://www.walmart.com/ip/Intex-LED-Poo ... t/13038093

And this style

Available here for the low price of $19.99
http://www.walmart.com/ip/NiteBrite-35- ... e/10749556

I chose the latter not only because of the price, but it just looks like it's works better than the magnetic type.

I also chose 1 day shipping which brought my total close to $35, still a heck of a deal considering the price of the other kind of lights.

35 watts may not seem like much, but it's plenty for my pool and I think it would have no problem lighting up a 40 ft. long pool for that matter.

Installation is pretty simple, which required 10 minutes of my time, it secures to the T-Rail section very securely I might add.

And it's quite bright!

I think the picture here more than speaks for itself.


If anyone needs more pictures or wants to know more just ask.
 

jsf0656

Well-known member
Apr 25, 2010
313
south georgia
looks good. i had looked at that light at walmart but decided on the magnetic. i like the look of the pool at night when its lit up. sometimes my wife and i just sit out on the deck by the pool at night and enjoy the tranquility of it all! :)
 

Crzyfrlss1

LifeTime Supporter
Jun 6, 2008
161
Central, CT
jsf0656 said:
sometimes my wife and i just sit out on the deck by the pool at night and enjoy the tranquility of it all! :)
Now this light gives me a reason to build a deck as you have. :hammer: :mrgreen:

I have to stand to see the lighted pool when I'm not in it :(
 
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