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Floating pool lights are accessories used for fun like underwater disco lightshow and decorative purposes, making your swimming pool more inviting and celebratory. In addition, floating pool lanterns are perfect for safety during the night as they illuminate such hazardous areas of the pool as the bottom, edges, and stairs.

What Lights are Best to Buy?

Overall, there are three options of swimming pool floating lights, which are incandescent, halogen, and LED. Incandescent bulbs, in particular, produce light by heating a filament and approximately last a year. At the same time, halogen lights also follow filament technology, but have some halogen gas inside the bulb and thus, can operate at higher temperatures with a lifespan of around 2 years. To wrap up, LED lights use colored or white LED sets to produce light and hence, have more brightness and run for 15-20 years. For this reason, many customers pick floating led pool lights to adorn their pools and have fun.

What are Energy Options for Floating Pool Lights?

In all, you may choose from solar floating pool lights and battery-powered ones. As you may know, the former soak up the sun's energy during the day and then emit light at night while the latter entirely runs on batteries. Unfortunately, the durability of battery-powered floating pool lights depends on the pool temperature and the mode of light brightness so solar powered pool lights are currently preferred by many.

Factors to Consider When Choosing Solar Swimming Pool Lights

Of course, everyone wants to get the best floating pool lights, and here is how to do so: pay attention to the size of lights - small lights around 10-15 cm in diameter are best for a hot tub while larger lights of 40-70 cm in diameter are good for a big swimming pool; know the exact number of lights you want - for a small pool of 42 m2, 1-2 solar pool lights might be enough whereas big pools of 78 m2 will need 3 or more floating lights.