Attwood Led Bow And Stern Combo

Priced: $29.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Attwood Led Bow And Stern Combo -
One of the smallest and lightest models for your boat. Bright LEDs last longer and use 90% less energy than incandescents, resulting in longer battery life. Rubber seals and rubber-booted switches add water- and shock-resistant protection. Three AAA batteries (not included) load opposite the directional lenses to maintain the accuracy of your navigational lights. Includes C-clamp and pole for versatile mounting.
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Attwood Led Bow And Stern Combo Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Great Purchase Light Weight Great Price

I was searching for a light for my 14 footer and this is the perfect solution. Its light weight and easy to install. The only con I have is the stern pole mount. It is a bit flimsy. Easy to modify though.
Armst180 at Cabelas on 08/20/2013

nice lights

Batteries last for a long time!
BOBJ1965 at Cabelas on 09/10/2013

Negative Reviews:

If you want cheap this is it.

I was looking for a light set and when I saw this I knew it was a one season light set due to the construction. I just need it to last this year and then I am going with metal instead of this cheap set. Get what you pay for here. That is why the two stars which is a fair rating..
MontanaPete at Cabelas on 08/27/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Decent portable light with some issues

I bought this for my dinghy that is in salt water. Everything looked fine but after only a week the pole set screws are rusting, the rivets are aluminum or stainless but the set screws are not. Also, the on/off buttons are quite small and have to be depressed very deeply to function. This requires removing gloves. The mounting brackets seem to have enough variability to mount to most small boats and they are very bright.
lokidog at Cabelas on 12/24/2013