5558-PV12A7

Attwood LightArmor Plug-In All-Around Light - 12" Black Pole - Black Vertical Composite Base w/Adapter

Attwood LightArmor Plug-In All-Around Light - 12" Black Pole - Black Vertical Composite Base w/Adapter
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LightArmor Plug-In All-Around Light - 12" Black Pole - Black Vertical Composite Base w/Adapter

Features:
  • LightArmor™ All-Round navigation light engine
  • 30% lighter than earlier Attwood all-round lights
  • Exclusive condensation management increases visibility
  • Exclusive anti-glare engine preserves night vision
  • Shock, corrosion, and water-proof electronics
  • Durable, anodized aluminum pole
  • Articulating head for use in all applications
  • Strong locking-collar secures light in harsh marine conditions
  • USCG certified 2NM for boats up to 39.4' (12M)
  • Standard 2-pin
  • Compatible with Attwood and popular bases
  • Over 50,000 hour life
  • 10-year warranty

All-Round Fold-Down Lights with LightArmor™ Bases
All Attwood All-Round Fold-Down Navigation Lights include a new durable, easy-to-use, easy-to-install, LightArmor™ Fold-Down Base.
  • Robust design provides easy, single-handed cam-lock operation
  • Built to last in harsh marine environments
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Attwood LightArmor Plug-In All-Around Light - 12" Black Pole - Black Vertical Composite Base w/Adapter 5558-PV12A7 ATTWOOD LIGHTARMOR FOLD-DOWN ALL AROUND LIGHT 12" BLACK
$41.92
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