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Mantus Snap-On Light

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Mantus Snap-On Light

If you’ve ever found yourself in need of a little more illumination in the cockpit or an extra light on the bow when you’re dropping the hook, maybe it’s time to think about picking up the new Snap-On Light from Mantus Anchors. The rechargeable light attaches quickly and easily to your rail, bow pulpit or bimini, and is waterproof and durable, rated to withstand a fall of up to 6ft. The light can snap onto 1in, 7/8in or 1¼in rails and has a warm LED setting to add a little ambiance to your al fresco dinners. A red LED mode provides light that will not impede navigation.

$55.

Mantus Anchors, mantusanchors.com

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