There are a huge variety of underwater led lights on the market today, some of which are small enough to float inside a tiny bowl or a vase of cut flowers. Others are large and designed to light up outdoor fountains and other landscaping. There are also industrial underwater led lights designed for installation on seafaring vessels such as yachts, Coast Guard vessels and ships of all sizes and shapes.
There are even led lights designed to look like the landscaping itself. Some are shaped like rocks but when turned on they glow with pretty colors and can even alternate colors according to the light's programming. As with all the other submersible types, this type of led light is underwater compatible and can be kept submerged safely.
Let's begin with the tiny tea sized underwater led light. These are brightly colored and small enough to become part of your next floral arrangement. They make great wedding decor or can liven up the average party. These lights cost about 99 cents and operate on replaceable CR2032 batteries. These lights can float on the surface of the water or be totally submerged on the bottom without harm.
Marine underwater led lights are designed like any other led light, with multiple circular rows of small light bulbs all fused into the same fixture. These come in a variety of colors and are built with marine grade bronze or stainless steel with extremely strong impact resistant glass covers. These lights are completely submersible and are compatible with both fresh and sea water sailing.
The glowing colored rocks are an unusual variety of underwater led light, providing light for fish ponds, pools, indoor aquariums and man-made waterfall displays. Unplugged, these rocks look like any normal stone found in nature, rather plain and non-descript, but once the 33 foot long submersible cord is plugged in, the rocks begin to glow and change colors; becoming rubies, emeralds and sapphires, among others. These are perfect for nighttime garden parties and water landscaping, bringing displays to bright life.
Many fountain led lights are shaped like rings to fit right over the top of the fountain, with the lightbulbs pointing directly up into the fountain of water. With these only the fountain itself is illuminated with a terrific isolationism effect in the dark. These come in different sizes depending on the diameter of the fountain head and have 33 foot long cords. There are also underwater led lights shaped like spotlights that can be angled to illuminate a specific area. These are usually just as efficient out of the water as they are in it.
Some led designs can be used indoors as well as outdoors, as they come in every imaginable size and shape. Underwater led lights are as versatile as they are beautiful, with the ability to be sunk to the bottom of a pool of water, or attached to the wall over that pool. They are rain proof, mud proof, and some of them are even scratch and dent proof to a large degree. They are definitely a versatile and beautiful way to light up your life.