SeaMaid In-Ground LED Lights

£120.00£525.00 (inc. VAT)

The SeaMaid LED Underwater Lighting System is perfect for concrete and liner in-ground pools. Quick and easy to install, this trouble-free lighting system requires no niche housing and simply screws into a 1.5in (approx. 3.8cm) inlet fitting in the pool wall – no tools required. The system has a built-in patented protection device that ensures the LED bulb is protected from over-heating and high electrical volt surges which can cause premature failure.

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Available in white and RGB, this lighting system will create a relaxing ambience in your pool. For white lights, we recommend one 18W light per 25m2 (approx. 269ft2) of pool surface area for best results. Red, green, and blue lights are designed for ‘mood lighting’ and we recommend one light per 15-20m2 (approx. 161ft2 – 215ft2) of pool surface area.

We also offer 24W lights which are 30% brighter 1450 lumens / 39 LEDS – available in white and supplied with a remote control. 

Please call or email us for more information and a competitive quote.



Including 24v white light, deck box, conduit, wall fitting & transformer for up to 5 lights –  £525.00

Please call us on 0208 941 6618 or email us for more information or technical advice.

  • Suitable for liner & concrete in-ground pools
  • Ideal for retro fit installations or new builds
  • Available in white or RGB
  • Quick & easy to install – no tools required
  • No niche required – simply screws into a 1.5in (approx. 3.8cm) inlet fitting
  • Only one transformer required for 5 lights (18W)
  • 2m power supply cable & electrical connection box included
  • Reliable
  • Polycarbonate lens and abs housing
  • Patented in-built protection device
  • Remote control available
  • Manufactured to TUV standard
  • 24W lights – 30% brighter 1450 lumens / 39 LEDS also available in white, inc. remote control
  • 2 year guarantee

Please note:

To prevent glare, lights should be installed so that they face away from the residence or usual view of the swimming pool. For training, racing, and competition pools, lights should not be installed on the ends, but on the sides instead, to prevent glare in the swimmer’s eyeline.