NightWatch Marine adds Connecticut distributor

Pro Marine Distributing LLC was named the global exclusive distributor for NightWatch LED Underwater Lights.

Connecticut-based Pro Marine Distributing LLC was named the global exclusive distributor for NightWatch LED Underwater Lights by NightWatch Marine.

The NightWatch LED range of underwater lighting has been developed and is produced by NightWatch Marine in Crescent Valley, Nev., under the direction of semiconductor engineer Dan Harrington.

The NightWatch LED underwater light range, which the company said launched on Tuesday, consists of four models, each available in single colors of white, blue, green and a color change option.

The first light launched in the series is the Sentinel, which features light up to 3,000 lumens. The Guardian (9,000 lumens), Commander (15,000 lumens) and Crypt Keeper (30,000 lumens) will have a midsummer launch.

“We were already distributing some of NightWatch Marine’s other products, so when we started discussing a new range of wired underwater lights we knew they could produce a quality product at an affordable price,” Pro Marine Distributing CEO Ted Norris said in a statement. “The wired range of lights offers an industry-leading warranty, an aggressive retail price point and excellent OEM and dealer margins.”

NightWatch LED by NightWatch Marine offers a three-year warranty against manufacturer’s defects and comes with an allowance for vessel haulout and labor time for the light to be replaced.


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