10-08-2013, 03:24 PM #1
As Promised, Seelites' NEW 80w HD True Warm Line
After a ton of work and R&D, we are finally ready to release these lights to you guys! Introducing a new, all in one, 80w fixture from Seelite. We have built the driver into the housing, so there is no annoying driver boxes hanging off the back of the light. What does this mean? Less places for water intrusion, and low profile mounting options. Here are the specs:
SeeLite 80W HD True Warm Light
-80w power (2 40w LED chips)
-9.5"x11x5"x3.5" (same size as 50w but thinner)
-Seelite's one of a kind custom chip set (8000 lumens)
-6.6 amps @ 12v, 3.3 amps @ 24v, and .66amps and 120v
-offered in HPS, Halo, and MH color options
-unmatched completely sealed units
-all stainless bolts enter from backside for clean look
-same no questions asked 1 year warranty
These are ready for order, but will have a lead time on them for time being. We have several ordered for stock, but as with anything new it takes time. Lead time on these lights is 3 weeks right now, but hope to change that very soon! As a promotion for BFZ members we are offering a 20% discount on these lights. I will post promotional code within a day or two. Enjoy!
10-08-2013, 03:37 PM #2
Just took it to a different level with leds
10-08-2013, 03:38 PM #3
Sweet. I may just need a set for mine
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10-08-2013, 03:42 PM #4
Looks good!It aint a good night till your deck gets bloody!
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10-08-2013, 05:17 PM #6
nice, price?CALM BEFORE THE KILL T.V.
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10-08-2013, 08:01 PM #7
Is the bracket the same size? Or do I have to expand my parts selection? They look sweet thoughTeam Fullbore Bowfishing
10-08-2013, 08:41 PM #8
Looks good man. I might have to give them a try for next season.
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10-09-2013, 07:51 AM #11
Now we are getting closer to something I might consider swapping to. Cant wait to see these on the water.TEAM SHESMADAGAIN
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10-09-2013, 10:24 AM #12
How much do theses weigh compared to the 50's?Codey Kelly
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10-09-2013, 10:31 AM #13
10-09-2013, 10:34 AM #14
still keeping a generator on board tho... hahaMr. D's Fried ChickenBunche's Fades & BraidsThe Source Clothing StoreMiddleton's Black and Mild Cigars
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10-09-2013, 11:31 AM #17
looking forward to this. think this might be what i've been waiting for. let us know when the pricing will be posted. got some mh i might be selling!
10-09-2013, 01:27 PM #18
Well, I know the H.O. alternator and an extra battery or two works, Ive seen too many rigs make it through several all nighters to say otherwise...
However, I personally would rather have my lights running off of an EU1000 or 2000 just for the fact that my two main most important things will be separated. If lights go down then I can still make it back to the ramp. If the engine goes down I will still be able to shoot minnows until someone comes along to drag my junky boat back to the ramp...
Im Just waiting on the hps color LED that can compare to my 400's I figure I have around 180 pounds of lights plus a 130 pound generator, so If I could cut my lighting weight in half without sacraficing too much light output then it would be an improvement...Mr. D's Fried ChickenBunche's Fades & BraidsThe Source Clothing StoreMiddleton's Black and Mild Cigars
10-09-2013, 02:00 PM #19
That's awesome, I really like my 50's now. I'm excited to see the reviews on these new lights!-2014 Backwater Outdoors ProStaff
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10-09-2013, 07:30 PM #20
10-09-2013, 08:11 PM #21
Prolly a good idea with the generator. A suitcase generator will handle everything and not putting all your eggs in one basket either. Makes good sense dude. I've went from a 5500 down to a 2600 genny so maybe we can get to a 1000! Be nice for sure.
10-09-2013, 08:44 PM #22
How about 100 watt with (2). 50 watt chips ...is already being done by others. As well as 150 watt with 3 chips
10-09-2013, 09:29 PM #23
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10-10-2013, 06:19 AM #25
100-150 watt would be 120 v , that would eliminate the battery drain. I agree there is a limit to what you'll push with batteries .
10-10-2013, 01:38 PM #26
I can work on some 100w-150w fixtures if enough people want them. I'm sure it's hard to understand just how much work we have to put into a light to make it Bowfishing ready by SeeLite standards! There are a few others selling right now that just buy what they sell online and I can assure you, they won't cut the mustard or hold up. Chinese will cut every corner they can to make a penny. As I stated the bigger wattage lights require much bigger fixtures. Most people want to see them smaller....that's why we haven't put our time and resources into that large of a fixture yet
10-10-2013, 01:39 PM #27
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as in How big and how heavy would a 100 watt LED be?Mr. D's Fried ChickenBunche's Fades & BraidsThe Source Clothing StoreMiddleton's Black and Mild Cigars
10-14-2013, 10:16 AM #29
Is there a set price yet?Codey Kelly
Team Hit N Miss
10-23-2013, 08:32 AM #30
any new news??U gonna do somthin', or just stand there and bleed?