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Old 05-04-2013, 21:58   #1
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The shifting industry - LED lighting

found this article on PANBO scroll down for current info...
Panbo: The Marine Electronics Hub: LED nav lights, a fast moving target

I ordered stuff from Amazon - waiting for arrival to install

nav lights are so pricy , I have got some bits-n-pieces here to attempt to make my own on those rainy days - my investment is 10 eu for enuff for 10 lights, so doesn't matter if it happens slowly , when time permits.

dont worry - be happy
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Old 05-04-2013, 22:34   #2
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Re: The shifting industry - LED lighting

Last year I bought some Attwood 2 mile nav lights for $35. The bulbs alone would cost that if one were to try and refit old mountings. Plus a 3 mile stern light for $50.

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