Pool Table Lights
Pool Table Lights and Lighting
No matter what billiards game you are playing, the pool table is your arena. Be it in your own home game room or a pool hall, and just like at your favorite sports stadium, proper lighting is important for players and spectators alike. Fortunately, here at PoolDawg we have some bright solutions with pool table light fixtures that can accent your room beautifully, while also supplying the perfect amount of light to the playing area so you can clearly see and line up your shots.
You can select from decorative metal lights, beautiful stained glass and Tiffany-style billiard lights, or the customizable 3-shade lights featuring metal shades in multiple colors as well as brass, chrome or black matte bar options. These pool table lights range in size from 48 to 68 inches and there are dozens to choose from.
Shedding Some Light on the Basics
There won’t be any unsightly cords dangling over your table, because all of the light bars we sell must be hard-wired, so make sure you have an electricity source above where you want to hang your light.
Some points about pool table lights:
- Any of our table lights will work over any sized table but you might want to choose one of the longer ones if your table is over 9 foot.
- Some wisdom about billiard table lighting that might strike a chord: The electrical cord runs up one of the hanging chains and through the decorative ceiling mount so it is virtually unnoticeable.
- The World Pool-Billiard Association says a light fixture should be a minimum of 40 inches above the bed of the table, but anywhere between 36 and 42 inches is acceptable.
- The general consensus is that fluorescent or compact fluorescent bulbs are optimal.
The PoolDawg Experience
Color and style choices abound among the billiard lights you can browse here. Stained glass lights feature trim in multiple colors, and three-shade lights come in multiple styles and colors, including several choices that feature a set of miniature decorative billiard balls. Most of the more expensive orders will be drop shipped, although the Economy 3-Shade Pool Table Lights can be shipped immediately from our warehouse. We also offer free shipping for all table light orders in the US.
At PoolDawg, we consider billiard players an enlightened bunch, and so we offer only quality pool table lights and outstanding customer service. Don’t hesitate to contact us today with any questions you have before placing an order.
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The Predator Arena Light - Experiences and Comparisons
Hello, I'm Brandon Gramse and today I want to talk to you about The Predator Arena Light. As you can see, it's a rectangular-shaped, LED pool table light. I've only had it for about a week, and I want to share my thoughts. And before I talk about the light: neither Predator (n)or the manufacturer, Lucid Ball Sports, paid me to make this video, or gave me the light. I paid for the light with my own money. These are my own thoughts. The Predator Light is available in 7-foot, 8-foot, 9-foot, and 10-foot configurations. Weighing anywhere between 30 and 50 pounds. At the time we're making this video, the price for the light starts around $1,000 and goes up to $1,400. I have a 9-foot pool table in my shop, so I ordered the 9-foot black, powdered-aluminum pool-table light. So who's this pool table light for? This is for anybody that has a pool table. Any business, pool hall, people that are serious about the game. People that want really good lighting. This light is also designed for people that want to do video streaming. The open-frame of the light allows the camera to go right through the center of it. And everything just is beautiful. The Predator Arena Light can be assembled by one or two people, in about three hours. Before installing the Predator Light, I recommend laying out a large furniture pad that overhangs the table on all four sides. Once the frame has been assembled, and it's been powered on successfully install the mounting points in the ceiling. Once the light is installed, it can be controlled using a wireless RF remote control. The Predator Arena Light produces a style of light that I call "Perimeter Lighting" since the light originates around the perimeter of the pool table, and extends inward. The Predator Light casts a well-defined shadow over all the rails, which helps define the perimeter of the table. The tops of the balls, have a white rectangle that will distort as the ball moves around the table. The Predator Arena Light was designed with video streaming in mind. This footage was recorded with a GoPro Hero 8 camera, with the Predator Light providing all of the light. As you can see, there is no distracting over-exposed, or under-exposed parts of the pool table. The LED light is flicker-free at all video frame rates we tested. So how does the Predator Arena Light, that uses "Perimeter-Lighting", compare to "Center Lighting"? Let's do a side-by-side comparison. When seen next to each other, it's pretty easy to see which table is brighter and more uniformly lit. Let's take it one step further, and measure how much light is being output by each different lighting source. Let's first measure the light output from a "Center Lighting" pool table light. Here you can see a visual illustration of how center pool table lighting illuminates a table. We're making our light measurements by using a Light Meter app for my iPhone. A higher LUX number = a higher light output. Center Lighting produced an average of 223.6 LUX. Now take a look of the exact same pool table, but this time with the Predator Arena Light providing the illumination. Overall, we get an average LUX of 381.2. Let's compare side-by-side again. In terms of output: The Predator Arena Light produced almost double the light. The Predator Arena Light does a lot of things right. I like that I was able to assemble and install it in just a few hours. I like that the light output is very uniform. I like that the light makes it easier to capture high-quality video footage. I like that the Predator Light can be activated from a remote control. And I like how the light hangs higher than Center-Light methods. So the Predator Arena Light is not perfect. The installation guide is provided by YouTube videos; there is no printed version of it. I wish the remote control was more intuitive to operate. Probably the biggest thing I don't like about the light, are the visible seams where the pieces are joined together. I told this problem to the manufacturer and he told me I could reassemble the frame, to eliminate the gaps. We have not done that yet, so what you see is what you get, for now. If you decide to purchase a Predator Light, they're available directly from Lucid Ball Sports. I'm including my affiliate link in the video description. So if you purchase the Predator Light by clicking my link, I'll get a percentage of the sale. I hope this video has provided you with useful information. If you have questions, please let me know in the comments section.
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