Keep your boat visible at night with the Marine Raider LED Blue Utility Strip Light, which includes twelve 6" blue LED lights and water-resistant, high-impact plastic housing that helps protect the lights. The lights are designed to be hooked into your vessel's 12V electrical system via switches on the dash. Universal design. Rubber gasket and stainless-steel mounting hardware included.
Features and Benefits
Twelve 6" blue LED lights
Water-resistant, high-impact plastic housing helps protect the lights
Stainless-steel mounting hardware included
Hooks into your vessel's 12V electrical system via switches on the dash
Important Product and Safety Information
Proposition 65 warning for California residents: WARNING - This product contains one or more chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Navigation and Cabin Lights
What's in the Box
Marine Raider LED Blue Utility Strip Light
Stainless-steel mounting hardware
Rated 5 out of
Great Light!Ordered this product to put on my golf cart. Very bright - shipped quick!
I will def buy from this company again,
Date published: 2017-04-02
Rated 5 out of
awsome boat add onI have several white Led lights for night fishing and added this one and it just looks cool gets a lot of looks on the water.
How many amps does the 6" led utility strip light draw?
Asked by: Scotty3817
The 4” Bass Pro Shops Slim LED Utility Strip Light run at 40 mA and the 6” run at 80 mA at 13.6 volts.
Answered by: KenetraU
Date published: 2017-02-17
What are the dimensions of this light? Does it have two or three wires coming out of it?
Asked by: brgnhunter
The Marine Raider LED Blue Utility Strip Light has two wires out the back (positive and negative) with 6" spacing in between screw holes.
Answered by: KimberlyR
Date published: 2015-10-24
Are these lights UV ?
Asked by: saltcraw
The Marine Raider LED Blue Utility Strip Light is not designed as an ultraviolet light per se. They are normal LED lights that are the color blue, intended for use as navigation and/or cabin lights. A portion of the light they emit is in the ultraviolet range, but these are not designed as ultraviolet lights.