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Aqualuma cutting prices in U.S.

Underwater lighting manufacturer Aqualuma is reducing its U.S. pricing by as much as 37 percent on some products thanks to new production efficiencies and a favorable currency exchange rate.

"The reductions provide our customers flexibility with their underwater lighting solutions," said Charles Perry of Fluid Technologies, the U.S. distributor of Aqualuma products, in a statement. "These savings allow them to install an extra light or opt for the 6 Series over the 3 Series, and maybe even add a Luma VU camera."

Based in Australia, Aqualuma offers Gen II thru-hull, dock and trim tab underwater models for vessels from 20 to 140 feet. The company also offers an underwater camera and PWC brake lights.

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