Attwood Led Bow Lights

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Attwood Led Bow Lights -
Fully sealed, watertight and UV-resistant with the lowest power draw of any lights in their class. Polished stainless steel cover on the Bi-Color light. Visible two nautical miles away, yet operated with very low draw on system power.
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Attwood Led Bow Lights Reviews:


Sweet Nav lights

I had issues blowing up the red and greens due to moisture (dew) conditions on my pontoon. Bulbs would last for a while, then "blacken" and burn out -- poorly sealed bulbs? Voltage spikes from a brand new E-Tec? Dunno, they were normal auto dome light style bulbs and I never had the problem before. These are pretty bright. The package should say "don't look directly into the light".....then it should say "now with the One Good eye......". Low power draw. Bright. I like them. You probably want to change out the fuse to something lower like 1A. I'll let you know if I kill them this summer.
tryster at Cabelas on 05/04/2009

Excellent lights

As others have mentioned, these are very bright lights - which is the idea. Easy to install. Less than 10 minutes per light when used as replacement. A bargain when compared to other LED lights which claim same 2 mile distance. Go with 2-mile model for the few extra bucks.
northwestwisconsin at Cabelas on 08/31/2009


I was amazed @ how brite this light is. I have not taken it out on the water yet but expect no problems. Install was easy though its not the same screw pattern as the old light.
fltcontrol at Cabelas on 01/26/2009

Attwood LED bow light

Very bright - the 1 mile visibility model would be adequate for most boats. Construction is good, should last forever and low energy usage.
Fishstories at Cabelas on 08/24/2009