Attwood 3-Mile LED Anchor/Masthead Light - 12V - 12

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3-Mile LED Anchor/Masthead Light
Part #: 7812-7

Achieving 3NM of 360 degree visibility while drawing a fraction of the power of traditional incandescent lights, Attwood's 3NM LED Masthead/Anchor light is one of the first of its kind. Constructed of corrosion resistant composites with stainless steel accents, this product was designed for the harsh coastal marine environment. All lights come equipped with a durable folding base cast from Attwood's blend of enhanced 316 stainless steel alloy. For use on boats up to 65.6 ft. (20 meters)

Attwood's proprietary optics design draws only 1.8 watts at 12VDC - the lowest power draw of any 2-mile all-round light on the market today! Lights are rated for 50,000+ hours of use and feature a 10 year warranty.

  • 12" Aluminum Pole
  • Stainless Steel
  • Horizontal Mount
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