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Firebrite LED Lights for Your Portable!


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Just want to make the ones listed in the ProStore are in fact 48 INCHES in length. So when placed on the top bar of an Otter Lodge one will be left with roughly a foot between either end on the light strip and the side walls.
They are approx 48" long or you can get the 39" long Firebrite LEDss. And they are bright.

I hear the ones expected in the 29th are moving fast and it's first come first served.

Enjoy.

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Hi Guys, All orders that were placed before 12/15 have been shipped. Just an update for everyone,

I still have 10 of the 39 inch in stock ready to ship tonight or tomorrow. First come first serve. Limited quantity

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I am a little confused after watching Borch's video. He mentions he is installing 2 48" on the top bar, which would equal 8' total in light strips. But in the picture it shows the 2 strips with a fair distance between them. So either his shack is about 20' wide, or those strips arent 48" long. When he talks about the ones on the fron bar he says they are 24cm long.

Just want to make the ones listed in the ProStore are in fact 48 INCHES in length. So when placed on the top bar of an Otter Lodge one will be left with roughly a foot between either end on the light strip and the side walls.

I have the 48" on my top overhead bar in my Otter Lodge and they work awesome! More light than I need but Ill take it all night long. Battery life is awesome as well. I used the velcro that comes with them as well as electrical tape to mount them. They are well protected by the pole when you take the house down. I have had no issues at all with them in the few dozen times I have used them in my Otter Thermal Lodge. I do take the gator clips and clip them to the velcro on the side pole by the window and wrap up extra cord and rubber band together. Working great.

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The new FireBrite LEDs are in and those already ordered will be shipped today or tomorrow.

Order yours now. They have been going fast. We will let you know on the order page when they go back on backorder.

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I am a little confused after watching Borch's video. He mentions he is installing 2 48" on the top bar, which would equal 8' total in light strips. But in the picture it shows the 2 strips with a fair distance between them. So either his shack is about 20' wide, or those strips arent 48" long. When he talks about the ones on the fron bar he says they are 24cm long.

Just want to make the ones listed in the ProStore are in fact 48 INCHES in length. So when placed on the top bar of an Otter Lodge one will be left with roughly a foot between either end on the light strip and the side walls.

No mine were shorter ones that they used to sell in the outdoor pro store. If I recall they are about 18" each with 48 led lights. The new ones are in fact 48" long. If I said inches I meant cm in the video.

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All orders placed before today should arrive Saturday. We have limited quantity of the 39" FireBrite LEDs left and are out of the 48".

This could be the last of the lights for this year and they are going fast.

OutdoorProStore's FireBrite LED order page is currently set to sell only what is left in stock, so if you get your order completed now expect your lights shipped right away.

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There is a possability that we will get another shipment of 48 inch in. It really depends on when I sell out.

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i bought 2 knock off led strips and they work great so far; seems bright enough to tie flies in my shack. my problem is when i have the lights on its alot harder to catch fish. with the conditions we've seen so far this year without snow i think its putting too much light through the ice. twice since ive had them ill turn off the lights and fish will bite. one time 2 lines went down within 30 secs of the lights going off. my question is if other people have seen this occur or if im just special. also wondering if anybody has installed a dimmer, i know this eats up more battery but since ive beeen running off a deep cycle im not too concerned w/ the watts used.

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I have 3 rows of these installed. One on each pole above me, all hooked up to separate switches. With the current ice conditions I typically will only have the one above the tub on, unless I am going to retie.

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