How to change your pool light?

Posted 2 years ago in BEAUTY.

Swimming pool lights are one of the most important pieces of equipment in your swimming pool, so it pays to take good care of them.

How to change your pool light?
 
Swimming pool lights are one of the most important pieces of equipment in your swimming pool, so it pays to take good care of them.
 
However, even though you may own your pool lights, you may not be the one to change them when they need them. Or perhaps you don't think it's your place.
 
Whatever your circumstances, we have rounded up the best and worst pool lights so you know where you stand when it comes to light in your swimming pool. Please learn more about pool lights.
 
Before you make any changes to your swimming pool, it is worth making sure you have visited the manufacturer's website first to check that the lights meet the correct safety standards.
 
The lights that feature most highly in our list of the best pool lights are those with huge lights and color-changing options.
 
Most swimming pools feature a shed-style roof and although the lifeguard doesn't have to lift the whole roof up to fill a pool with light, there are usually at least two spotlights and a floodlight or a dimmer for low light and an on/off switch.
 
But we've also found some pool lights that have useful features such as detachable panels, blinds, built-in shades, or strobes for night swimming. You can see our pick of the best pool lights, and our round-up of the worst, below.
 
When we reviewed pool lights, most of them got two-and-a-half or three-star ratings overall, though two went out of date, three received a below-average score for distance from the wall and two didn't fit the space.
 
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Swimming pool lights are one of the most important pieces of equipment in your swimming pool, so it pays to take good care of them.
 
However, even though you may own your pool lights, you may not be the one to change them when they need them. Or perhaps you don't think it's your place.
 
Whatever your circumstances, we have rounded up the best and worst pool lights so you know where you stand when it comes to light in your swimming pool.
 
Before you make any changes to your swimming pool, it is worth making sure you have visited the manufacturer's website first to check that the lights meet the correct safety standards.
 
The lights that feature most highly in our list of the best pool lights are those with huge lights and color-changing options.
 
Most swimming pools feature a shed-style roof and although the lifeguard doesn't have to lift the whole roof up to fill a pool with light, there are usually at least two spotlights and a floodlight or a dimmer for low light and an on/off switch.
 
But we've also found some pool lights that have useful features such as detachable panels, blinds, built-in shades, or strobes for night swimming. You can see our pick of the best pool lights, and our round-up of the worst, below.
 
When we reviewed pool lights, most of them got two-and-a-half or three-star ratings overall, though two went out of date, three received a below-average score for distance from the wall and two didn't fit the space.
 
Which? members can log in now to unlock the results in the table.
 
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