Aqua Signal Series 20 Navigation Lights

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Aqua Signal Series 20 Navigation Lights -

For powerboats to 12m. Computer-designed fresnel lenses are focused to eliminate glare. Efficient 5W lamp consumes just 0.42A @ 12V DC. 8" masthead with 15° aft incline.

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Aqua Signal Series 20 Navigation Lights Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Looks like it was OEM

The light comes with a nice template / gasket. You need to drill the proper size holes as marked on the template. There is a brass collar that when tightened swedges the light to the deck. Don't take the collar too loose, the swedge is small and easy to misplace. I should have attached the wiring prior to installation. It was a tight squeeze to crimp the wires up in the bow of the boat, but after a few attempts it looks good.
1975 Oday at on 01/01/2012

Good product

I put this on my wakeboard boat to replace a broken fold down navigation light. The low profile light is very visible atop the tower and is unlikely to get broken by low hanging branches.
Kevnan at on 08/08/2011

Excellent direct replacement for OEM

This was a direct replacement for my Four Winns, the original was still working but the lens had yellowed a bit after 20 years.
Rob the hunter at on 08/08/2013

"Does the job"

Would be better if it was waterproof.
WaveRider at on 09/09/2010

Negative Reviews:

the red & green individual lights

very strange construction. mounts to boat with two sided "sticky tape. the screw that holds the lens on screws into a small brass sleeve that is loose and easily misplaced. The bulb socket contains three different pieces and those pieces can come out when you change the bulb. This may work fine but at best it is an unusually complicated way of doing something simple.
GK at on 08/08/2013