|Brand||Attwood Marine Products|
|Item Weight||1.04 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||1.5 x 10.8 x 9.5 inches|
|Item model number||14180-7|
|Manufacturer Part Number||14180-7|
Attwood 14180-7 Portable LED Navigation Light Kit
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14180-7 Features: -Led light.-Rubber seals and rubber booted switches for optimum durability.-Portable.-Durable and water resistant.-Multiple mounting options.-Easy to remove for portable use and storage.-Requires 3 AAA batteries, not included.-9.5" H x 10.75" W x 1.5" D, 1.04 lbs.
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I new from reading the reviews that I would be modifying the mounts on these lights. the stern light was too short and flimsy. I bought a 5 Ft., piece of 1/2" electrical EMT conduit and the plastic pipe mount on the light fit in it tight. I used some two hoel pipe u brackets to mount it to the transom board. I left them loose so that I can remove it easily. For the Bow light I thought the plastic clamps would be strong enough but when I tried to clamp it down they would get tight, the plastic just would bend out further and further. So for that light I made my own mount. I have a pipe that is mounted in the front bow plate (previous owner). So I got a piece of aluminum plate cut it to fit, then drilled a 1/2" hole to mount to the pipe with a bolt. Then I cut the plastic clamp to use it to make a hole template for the holes in needed to drill in the aluminum plate. I used a small punch inserted through the holes in the plastic bracket piece I cut to mark my drill holes. next I took the mount piece that connects directly to the light I put some epoxy on the mound surface and used the screws provided to mount it to the aluminum plate. so now I just run the 1/2" bolt through the plate then through the pipe and use a flat washer and Wing nut to tight it up . Works great. Very sturdy now. I would recommend this light to anyone that can make their own mounts as the mounts that come with it are flimsy. I have yet to take it out on the water and will update how it works after.
The price was right for the kit and it was exactly what I've been looking for. It does the job. One complaint is that viewing the boat head on you should see both the green and red lights, but the red overwhelms the green and red is all I can see. It's mostly cheap plastic but I really didn't expect much more for the price.
So far it's held up for three trips and I accidentally left them attached to the boat through several days of heavy rain and they still work fine fine
Thanks for reading my review.