is ceasing to price-match, actually. It's in another current
LEDs can be made for boats cheaply or correctly. "Correctly" is more technical than I care to write up now, but it centers on voltage regulation. Yes, it costs more, but not so much that it isn't still a great idea to go all LED, unless you've got an onboard genny and are using halogens instead of buying
If you care to Wal*Mart the equation and get the sort of LEDs used to illuminate the sides of truck rigs, go for the lowest price
. It doesn't matter. If you are looking to get extended life and better colour reproduction over the typically variable range of source voltages available on a boat, go for the better regulated models.
Me, if I've looking to create a three-LED "mini-strip" powered by a 9V battery
and switch by a reed switch, all Velcro'd to the underside of a locker lid, I happily purchase
the crappiest, bluey LEDs at the surplus store, as the goal is five seconds of "oh, that's where I put this", rather than "I wish to navigate now, or to have a pleasant meal."
That sort of nice LED light costs more.