1470DP2CHR

Perko Delta Series White All Round Pole Lights

Perko Delta Series White All Round Pole Lights

Description

The Perko Delta Series White All Round Pole Lights offer cockpit illumination while still meeting navigation light requirements.

Features

  • 2 screw positions for multiple base applications
  • Large threaded collar
  • Reduced glare globe
List Price
$49.00
Your Price
$31.29
In Stock

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Details

The new Delta Series is the Ultimate Replacement Pole Light. The series offers the features of virtually every other replacement pole light on the market all in one single package.

  • Contemporary Styling
  • Plastic Top
  • 12 Volt Bulb
  • 3/4" Diameter Anodized Tube
  • Stow-A-Way Plug-In Pole
  • Wide 40 Head Adjustability (+-20 deg) 
  • 2 Globes Included 
  • Locking Collar

    Universal Type - DP Package includes two globes. A reduced glare globe preserves night vision while under way. No tools are required. Globes simply screw on and off.

    Universal Fit - DP Packages light includes two collars and provides two key slot screw positions so that the Delta series fits more popular bases than any other light on the market.

    Universal Angle - The big 40 degree (+-20 deg) tilt range of the Delta series can be easily and widely adjusted. This allows Delta series lights to match all other popular base angles. In addition, the Delta series lights can be adjusted even further to match most custom bent pole applications supplied as original equipment on many boats.
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