Recessed 3" G4 LED Puck Light Fixture - Brass or Chrome Finish (FX-G4-10)
This economy recessed LED fixture is inexpensive and super-bright because it is pre-fitted with our High-Output 10-LED G4 Bulb. This makes for the brightest light at the best price!
An absolutely perfect replacement for 5W or 10W halogen lamps that are broken or looking tired. Also great for new installations. This recessed type G4 boat fixture comes complete with plastic housing, G4 LED bulb, bezel, and glass, along with an optional bezel-mounted micro toggle switch. It is ready to wire, and easy to install.
Available in chrome or brass look finish. The finish is a vacuum deposited "brass" or "chrome" type plastic finish that looks good but won't tarnish or corrode. Similar to the chrome plating on plastic car bumpers, faucets, etc.
This 2.2W LED fixture will outperform most purpose-built LED fixtures on the market, and will put out more light than a 10W halogen. We have recently added the option to order these LED puck light ceiling fixtures pre-configured with our 10-LED Cool White, Blue, or Red bulbs, or with our 9-LED Red/White or Blue/White "Switchable" bulbs.
This fixture will outperform fixtures costing 3 times as much, and costs less than many LED bulbs alone. It is a nice budget fixture with lots of happy customer reviews.
NOTE: THE BEZEL SWITCH REQUIRES A SLIGHT NOTCH TO BE MADE IN HOLE DIAMETER FOR SWITCH
- 10-30VDC contant-current design
- 50mm (2") Minimum Hole Size
- 78mm (3") Bezel OD
- 20mm (13/16")Depth Clearance Required
- 120 Lumens in Warm White
They look great. One of the fixtures has a bad bulb. It stays on for a few minutes then goes out.
I purchased this light to replace a broken halogen fixture in my RV.
I ordered the brass finish, but was sent the chrome. Note that this is all-plastic construction, the "chrome finish" is shiny plastic.
When I went to install the fixture, the $5-extra-switch fell apart at the first bump.
I will say that the Red/Warm White LED G4 bulb seems fine. Interesting to note the red/white is not switch selected but instead the unit comes on red unless it was just turned off. So turn on for red. Turn on-off-on for white. Assuming, of course, that the switch did not fall apart like mine did.