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Low-profile LED navigation lights

Sea-Dog has introduced the first in a series of low-profile LED navigation lights, available in a single-unit combination bow light or as a pair of port/starboard top-mount side lights.

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The fully sealed lights have a stamped stainless cover mounted on a heavy-duty cast stainless-steel base, and both sets of lights are Coast Guard-approved for 2 nautical miles.

“These are the first parts in a wide range of navigation lights that we are introducing,” says Greg Duncan, marketing and product development manager. “This fall we’re adding another six lights to the line.” List prices are $101.45 for the single unit and $131.45 for the pair. A 1-nautical-mile version with a black plastic cover is $56.65 for the combo light and $90.50 for the pair. Contact: Sea-Dog, (425) 259-0194. www.sea-dog.com

This article originally appeared in the October 2011 issue.

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