Dual LED lamps pump out 8,000 lumens easily lighting up your area to the three point line. The lamps are
mounted over 16 feet above the playing area giving an even light that will not blind players. Works on Pro Dunk
and Hercules systems [patent pending 62458721]
Ships FedEx Ground with an average 3 day transit time.
As the sun sets on another day children everywhere migrate indoors to peck away at their iDevice, play games on Playstation or
binge watch Netflix shows. Give your children another option. One that’s disconnected. One that’s healthy. There is always
time for one more game with the Goal Light LED.
Meet The Goal Light
The Goal Light includes two powerful LED lamps that pump out 8,000 lumens illuminate your court to the three-point line. The lamps are
suspended over 16 feet above your court with a heavy-duty 1.25 inch 11 gage square steel tubing. Optimal lamp placement reduces
distracting shadows on the court and ensures you never shoot into blinding light.
11ga Square Tubular Steel
Long lasting durability even in high winds
Illuminates Your Court To The Three-Point Line
Never stop playing just because the sun is going down again
Ready For The Elements
Stainless steel fasteners and a durable powder coat finish
16’ 3” From The Playing Surface
Never shoot into a blinding light
Reduces distracting shadows during play
Protects lamps from ball strikes
Simple, Clean Mounting
Unlike classic bulky, elaborate brackets that are hard to install Goal Light LED boasts a clean, simple design that’s easy to assemble
Dual 50 Watt LED Lamps
Pump out 8,000 lumens and are designed to last forever unlike classic halogen lamps that constantly need to be replaced and raise your electric bill
Plug & Play
No electrician needed. Run an extension cord out when you’re ready to play
Questions & Answers
Do I need an eletrician to hook up power?
No, you can simply run an extension cord out when you're ready to play.
Do I need a ladder to install it?
One 8' ladder should be all that's necessary with Pro Dunk basketball systems as you can lower the system to it's lowest height to mount it to the top of the backboard.
Is drilling or brackets necessary?
Absolutely not. The bracket attaches using predrilled holes at the top of the backboard.