0170WTWDP3

Perko LED Towing Lights

Perko LED Towing Lights

Description

The Perko LED Towing Lights are certified for use on sail or power driven boats under 20 meters in length.

Features

  • 2-mile visibility
  • LED uses less than half the energy
  • 12V power
List Price
$366.46
Your Price
$116.99
In Stock

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European Style L.E.D. Navigation Lights

Certified for use on sail or power driven
Vessels under 20 meters in length

Description
  • Yellow Towing Light
  • White Plastic Housing
  • 135° Visibility Arc
  • 2 Mile Visibility


  • L.E.D Features
  • Uses less than half the energy
  • Draw of standard lights
  • Low heat
  • Long life

  • Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
    Perko LED Towing Lights 0170WTWDP3 LED towing light, white plastic housing, yellow
    $116.99
    In Stock
    Perko LED Towing Lights 0170BTWDP3 LED towing light, black plastic housing, yellow
    $243.66
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    Perko LED Towing Lights 0170MTWDP3 LED towing light, chrome-plated housing, yellow
    $162.49
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