Pentair AquaLumin III 250W 120v Pool Light, 100' Cord

Pentair AquaLumin III 250W 120v Pool Light, 100' Cord
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What better way to fully enjoy your pool than to relax or play after the sun goes down? Now, it's easier than ever to add after-dark drama and visual excitement to your vinyl pool with the AquaLumin III nicheless light. AquaLumin III provides bright, energy efficient illumination to enhance the beauty and safety of your nighttime swimming environment.

  • Thanks to its revolutionary ease of installation, AquaLumin III is an affordable luxury for all vinyl pools.
  • Because it requires only a 3-inch hole in the pool wall, the AquaLumin III is the pool professional's light of choice for new pools and retrofitting older pools.
  • AquaLumin III features a photometrically designed tempered glass lens for beautiful underwater lighting.
  • The AquaLumin III also allows you to change the mood of your pool by snapping on a colored lens.

AquaLumin III nicheless light is the second generation of the industry's first and only nicheless light for swimming pools offering luminous, double contact halogen quartz lighting. With its revolutionary patented design, AquaLumin III mounts directly on the pool wall for simple installation in vinyl pools. And it is the perfect choice for adding nighttime brilliance to new or existing pools. And because it's from Pentair Water Pool and Spa, the leader in pool lighting, you can look forward to years of trouble-free service. Other features include:

  • Heat-sensing, low water thermostat protects against operation when light is not submersed.
  • Optional snap-on colored lenses.
  • Energy-efficient, cool blue halogen quartz lamp.
  • Highly polished stainless steel face ring is attractive and corrosion resistant.
  • 100-watt/12 volt and 250-watt/120 volt models.
  • One-year limited warranty. See warranty for details.
2 Stars
Rusting?
The purchase went smoothly the install went smoothly with the help of a professional. But it started rusting and this weird stuff oozing out of the cracks between the metal and plastic. Don't know if that's supposed to happen but certainly disappointed. Was hoping to spruce up our pool that was installed in 2010. Had the same light originally that did not work anymore. Just bought the house 5 months ago. It's a saltwater pool now don't know what it was originally. Maybe the salt had something to do with it? Maybe the polytec pools people can give me some insight.
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Reviewed by:  from Midland. on 11/6/2017
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