FWIW, I have 2 lighted bubblers and one globerite on our (9x17) shelf. Turns out, it's a bit of overkill. The bubbler lights are synced in with the rest of the pool lights, regardless if the bubbler is actually in use or not. Essentially, they are 2 additional pool lights. Had I known that the bubbler lights would illuminate the shelf so well, I would have used that globerite somewhere else in the pool or just eliminated it. It wasn't really needed. Even when the bubbler lights are somewhat diffused by the bubbling action, the shelf would still be nicely illuminated without the globerite.Ok time for decisions on lights. Originally thinking 4 globrites in the pool , one on Baja and 3 in main pool, with one above bench. All on the house side. (Pool is 44’ long). Is this enough or should I go with 2 on Baja? We will have one bubbler/light on the Baja, maybe 2 if we don’t have to add another pump.
I read your Nov post in the past. From what I understood was the Micro are more universal sized and slightly less bright. My goal is the ability to have a well lite pool at night since we have 5 kids , want to make sure no shadows in the corners.Your plan sounds good. Have you looked into the MicroBrites?
Thanks for the input. Do you think this will light up the entire pool. I want to make sure the deep end is well covered, especially with so many kids that will be using the pool.This is where I would put the lights: Use lighted bubblers on the shelf, and 2 globerites as shown in the picture. On the spill overs, use LED strip lighting.
PS. At the firepit area, I would keep that at patio level - so, you will be more at eye-level with the people in the SPA, when you are sitting at the firepit. That way, the edge of the SPA could also double as seating....