Accon's Pop-Up LED Bow Lights

October 2019 News

One quick and easy way to update the look of a boat is to replace an old, dated bow light. When upgrading to a compact LED Pop-Up Bow Light from Accon Marine, owners get the added safety of retractable hardware.

USCG-approved for 2 nautical miles, Accon Marine's Pop-Up Bow Light uses high-performance LEDs for longer life, much lower power consumption and no need to ever replace a burned-out bulb. The Pop-Up Bow Light folds down flush to the deck when not in use, giving the boat a more contemporary look while eliminating unsightly protrusions.

Crafted from corrosion-resistant, marine-grade 316 stainless steel for long life, the Pop-Up Bow Light comes with a cut-out template and requires only three #10 screws for mounting. A choice of standard surface-mount, or stud-mount models without exposed screw heads, suit the boat décor and installation requirements. Both versions have an optional waterproofing cup to protect against unwanted water runoff below decks. An online video demonstrates the installation process in an easy to follow, step-by-step format at bit.ly/2e4F0DE.

Measuring just 4" W x 4.4" L, the compact model 210 Pop-Up Bow Light from Accon Marine offers a universal fit using a standard 3.5" mounting hole. Model 211 fits the same cut-out as Accon's popular 204-M light for easy upgrading. MSRP for model 210 or 211 is $215.48 each.

Contact Accon Marine, 13665 Automobile Blvd., Clearwater, FL  33762. 727-572-9202; Fax: 727-572-7621. www.acconmarine.com.

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