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At my work we sell pritty bad ### HID lights. They are used as the main lights that are mounted to the bow on some of the more agile coast guard boats, rescue and pilot boats. There a sealed unit that with a bracket to mount on a flat surface and are about 8"x8"x8". They have been running them for years and have stood up to alot of abuse and salt water with no problem.
The coast guard use two lights per boat and they draw very little amps like 5amps i belive once there working and are extremly bright. They have no problem lighting up 5miles of water and have a very wide beam too. You can see the light they produce from over 40 miles away. They are around $650 each. We also have a smaller version thats about 3x5" light that are HID sealed unit too and will hands down over light any other aftermarket lights, kc ect.. I plan on putting 2 behind my grill with the other lights
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