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This weekend get your project on going with our new Product !!

This weekend get your project on going with our new Product !!

This week our new product 70FT 22 AWG 2PIN Boat Light Extension Cable Wire Cord is out in few market places like amazon.com and treeleds.com you can check the link down, we are offering 10% OFF when you combine it with our different products as our Stripe Navigation Lights and our Navigation lights for boats; However, you will be available to get 10% and 15% discount when you buy more. Our new product come with 4 extra connector to easily instal any 12 Volts LED light in any surface making your work very easy when you combine our products.

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Underwater Lights for you and your boat !

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Underwater Lights for you and your boat !

This summer do not be left behind and go with our underwater LED lights and transom your underwater dock lighting. The vibration- and shock-resistant LED light has a 316 marine-grade stainless steel housing with a shatterproof polycarbonate lens that will leave your guests feel very comfortable. Using 6 LEDs, this underwater light emits up to 550 lumens each LEDs of Blue or  Cool white. The 12 watts waterproof LED light has a built-in constant-current driver, 12V DC operation, and is designed to last 50,000 hours. Get your now:https://www.treeleds.com/collections/marine-lights/products/underwater-marine-led-blue-light-stainless-steel-10-30-v-set-of-2https://amzn.to/3gLZ7JF  

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Our Navigational Lights and where to install it

Our Navigational Lights and where to install it

Of all the electrical devices on your boat, the navigational lights are probably the most important when it comes to on-water safety. The purpose of having navigational lights on boats is so others can see your boat in the dark, and hopefully avoid running into you. The converse is true, as well—if you can see other boats lights, you can steer clear of them and prevent a maritime disaster.  

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Three tips for you to dock the boat at night !

Three tips for you to dock the boat at night !

Always, Before departing on your voyage, check to make sure your navigation lights are operable so you’re visible to others. Listen Carefully  Turn off the stereo and listen. You may hear fog horns, bells or other boats approaching. Use your hearing, which may seem more acute in the dark when you can’t rely on your eyes. Trust your navigation instruments Your eyes can play tricks on you in the dark so if your chartplotter is trustworthy normally, don’t suddenly decide it must be wrong. If your chartplotter hasn’t been updated or you’re not all that familiar with its use, slow...

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Tips for Sleeping Onboard Your Boat ! #Treeleds #Boats #News

Tips for Sleeping Onboard Your Boat ! #Treeleds #Boats #News

When you hear the word "camping," you probably think of tents, wiener roasts, and s’mores. You may have even heard of "glamping," a.k.a. glamorous camping (think a little less rustic and more luxurious). So what’s boat camping? Easy: sleeping onboard your boat. What could be better than sleeping under seemingly millions of stars and being lulled to sleep by gently lapping waves? Follow these tips to ensure your first experience with boat camping goes smoothly. Research anchorages in advance. Get your kids involved in planning. Plan bathroom breaks in advance, too. Anchor a safe distance from other boats, and shore....

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