Hayward COLORLOGIC 320 LED LIGHTs

cadw2005

Member
Feb 8, 2021
6
Fort Worth, TX
Hi everyone,
I'm at the beginning of the build process for a new pool. We've chosen the builder and finishing up little design details. The pool will be 16' by 40' with a tanning ledge of 6'x10' along the long side of the pool so we have a large open lap lane. Currently planning on 3 Hayward ColorLogic 320 lights plus a LED bubbler in the tanning ledge.
My builder is using all Hayward equipment. Are these smaller lights the best option? Originally had the larger lights - Hayward ColorLogic 4.0 LED but read that the 1.5" lights were cheaper and easier to replace. Any better options? I'm trying to plan for future issues, lol. Thanks!
 

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ajw22

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TFP Guide
Jul 21, 2013
29,808
Northern NJ
Pool Size
35000
Surface
Plaster
Chlorine
Salt Water Generator
SWG Type
Pentair Intellichlor IC-60
None of the major pool manufacturer color LED lights seem to last more then a few years. Browse these threads on the Hayward ColorLogic 320 lights.


With 1.5" nicheless lights you have options to replace them with other products like....

 

cadw2005

Member
Feb 8, 2021
6
Fort Worth, TX
Brilliant Wonders does look really good! I'm having trouble finding how many lumens they are per light. The Hayward 320 has 1100 lumens which is great for my size pool.
I feel better about my choice of light now considering none of them are that great but hopefully they'll last longer than the Pentair Globrites lol.
 
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