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New product | LED Navilight 360 White

RAILBLAZA/Navisafe LED Navilight 360 all round white lights are used in many applications, from kayaking and small power boats, to emergency navi lights for larger sailboats and around the farm. They can even be thrown to a person overboard as they float, and always float right way up.

Navisafe LED lights are the only battery powered lights available which are US Coast Guard approved to 2 nautical miles! Powered by 3 x AAA batteries, they will run for up to 85 hours in flashing mode, and have many other modes available..see video and images below …

The lights will fit into any StarPort, SidePort, RailMount, RIBPort, StarPort Extender and into our TelePole for that extra height required.

  • 2nm US Coast Guard Approved (visible up to 5nm in the dark)
  • Runs off 3 x AAA batteries, for up to 85 hours
  • Floats right way up
  • Waterproof up to 20 metres (65 feet)
  • Waterproof to 20 metres
  • 2nm US COAST GUARD APPROVED
  • 13-15 HRS Constant light
  • 80-85 Hrs Flashing light
  • 22-24 Hrs Forward Lights
  • 30-32 Hrs Stern facing Light
  • 70-72 Hrs Mood Lighting 4 Led’s only
  • Runs off 3 x AAA Batteries

What the customers are saying - 

“Wow is all i have to say..

It’s great when you come across a company that listens to what people say, and then goes out and makes it happen.
I have to say, that is what I have found with Railblaza.

I had the privelage (more like the pleasure) of having their latest cool bit of kit out with me for the event at Papaaroha.
Their latest offering is about to hit the market, and I think it will rocket off the shelves… read more HERE ” Mathew Nutter, Auckland NZ 

 

“RAILBLAZA have done it again and given me yet another reason to add more StarPorts to my kayak by releasing the new TelePole & Navilight LED 2NM white light… the timing is perfect for me here in NZ as we head into warmer evenings where night fishing can be very productive but being seen is of the utmost importance… Read full review HERE “  Jason Milne, Whangaparaoa, NZ 

 

 
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