Spa Electrics GK6 Retro Light (Halogen)

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  • Regular price $240.00

Choice of coloured rims. (Please select)

  • Available with a standard halogen globe 12, 24 or 32 volts. (Please select)
  • Adapter plate suits most existing lights including Stroud, Waterco, Poolrite, Questa, Waterlinx, Dega, Swimworld & AquaQuip (tiled pools only) & Spa Electrics SE3
  • Also available with 18m cable to suit new pools. (select from the drop down list.)

The Retro light was designed to be a simple replacement light for your existing pool light.

The Retro is adaptable to either Concrete or Fibreglass pools and will suit most major brands.

No cable joining is required, by using our unique electrical connection you simply connect your existing cable to the light.

The Retro comes with an engineer designed reflector and lens to maximize light output.

The Retro is available in 12 volt 100 watt, 24 volt 150 watt or 32 volt 150 watt varieties or now the new LED replacements.

To maximize the lamp life of your Halogen globe your light should be used regularly, lack of regular use can potentially damage the globe making it prone to blowing after extended periods of non-use.

Do not use silicone grease on any of the seals as water will leak into the light and damage the globe.

Never turn on your lights out of water as the fitting will over-heat rapidly and leak


Spa Electrics have been manufacturing 12v halogen underwater lights for over 30 years. The globes are produced to the highest quality standards to ensure a long burn life and powerful water penetration with a maximum light spread of up to 8m at 130-150deg. The average lamp life is around 1200 hours.


To maximize the lamp life of your halogen globe your light should be turned on regularly, lack of use can potentially damage the globe and shorten its life.


It is essential that you do not turn a halogen light on out of water. The globe burns white hot and you will cause damage to your light's seal and over a very short time cause the light to melt or deform, when this happens it enables water to enter the light cavity, destroying the light.


Only one halogen light can be used on a 100w transformer. Unlike the Ceramic Light Engine it is not the lamp which emits the colour it is actually the lens. So you will need to choose the lens colour that you would like your pool water colour to be.