3-Watt 12 Volt Architectural Bronze LED Spotlight Bulbs Only Light Fixtures Discontinued in 2014 but Replacement Bulbs still available

Aquascape Pond Lighting | 12 Volt LED Bullet Light

3-Watt 12 Volt Architectural Bronze LED Spotlight Bulbs Only
Light Fixtures Discontinued in 2014 but Replacement Bulbs still available

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Starts at: $31.98

Brand: Aquascape

SKU: 98490

DISCONTINUED but Replacement Bulbs still in stock. 

New Architectural Bronze finish! 3500 Kelvins - Aquascape is the FIRST to exactly match the color and hue of standard halogen lighting! Not the artificial bluish solar-type looking light associated with many of the LED lights.

Aquascape's newest Bullet Spotlight has the same stylish look as our 1-Watt LED Bullet Spotlight unit only with three times the light.

The new Bullet Spotlight is ideal for larger plants, trees or waterfalls.

Can be used fully submersed or outside of the water.

Products available on this Page:

98927 - 3 Watt Architectural Bronze Bullet Light DISCONTINUED

98490 - 3 Watt Replacement Bulb

98787 - 3 Watt Glass Lens Replacement only

Note: The Aquascape quick-connect plugs can easily be removed and hard-wired into existing traditional 12-Volt transformers

Designed for Freshwater applications i.e.not designed to be used with abrasive chemicals such as Chlorine, Bromide, etc.



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  • Equally bright output as standard 20-watt halogen bulbs, but at only 3 watts!
  • Includes two different mounting platforms, adjustable stand, and stake
  • Comes standard with three high output warm white LED bulbs
  • Replaceable diode is available in white
  • 15' cord with quick connect plug is included

240 Lumens!

40 degree Viewing Angle


3-Watt 12 Volt LED Bullet Spotlight


*Transformer sold separately

2.5" diameter x 3.5" L 

* Bulbs rated between 25,000 and 50,000 Hours!

3-watt Kelvin temp: 3500-4500 & CRI (color rendering index): 75+/- 5 & Beam viewing angle: 45 degrees 

Frequently Asked Questions:

Question: I am getting some moisture inside my lens cap. I have tried tightening it as tight as I can but am still getting a little moisture inside the lens cap.

Answer: Aquascape Tech says that moisture inside the lens can be caused by over-tightening. This causes the gaskets to become compressed which may allow moisture in. Try unscrewing the lens cap and re-screw in tightly but not overly tight.

PondMeister Note: Around the beginning of 2013, Aquascaqpe made a "soft product change" to the 3 watt and 6 watt lights to correct the drivers on these lights. Please note the "little white pillars" on the new bulbs. These indicate the new-style lights and bulbs. The new bulbs are completely compatible with the old fixtures.

Customer Question: I am looking for 3 watt light bulbs for the aquascape pond lights that we installed in Dec 2010. They look similar to your item 98490. I ordered them from someone else but they had 2 plastic "nubs" on the bulb base by the pins. Mine do not have that. The light bulb I need has a base that is flat with only the pins. Do you have any bulbs like this that would fit my units? 

Aquascape Answer: Yes, there were two versions of bulbs. The first one did not have the two pins at the bottom. When people would unscrew the lens cap the bulb would grab on the rubber gasket twisting the bulb breaking the pins off causing issues especially if the light was on. The factory added the two pins to prevent that. Where the light "socket" is screwed into the fixture there are two screws, those two pins on the bulb are meant to rest or go where the two screws are and it will fit and work fine. Yes, the fixture didn't change, he just needs to line the bulb up with the two screws, place the two pins on the bulb with the two screws

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