Originally Posted by Paul L
Whatever adhesive you use it won't last. Plus if it isn't removable you can't store the dink upside down on the deck.
I'd send it back and mount one of these on your outboard.
I have one mounted on my outboard and itís too bright, really annoying.
Put it on a stick, itís much better there.
It does not meet the legal
requirement of having an all around white light though.
Although when I was inspected this year by the USCG auxiliary, I was told all I needed to be legal
in the US is a flashlight.
I think you would be applauded as opposed to chastised, cause most run around with just a headlight on their head
Now I donít know what size trips the requirements for flares, fire extinguishers, sound producing devices etc, but apparently itís bigger than Dinghies.
As far as that devices brightness, itís legal as a Tri color for a 12 Meter vessel, Iím sure of that.
After three years my Navisafe light is finally dieing, I found it half full of water
the other day after I replaced the batteries
, maybe I rolled the O ring or something, but I took it apart and dried it out, and it still works but the on off switch has become intermittent.
However due to it being normally waterproof, and it floats, plus being mounted by magnets so to remove it, just grab it and out it in your pocket, plus itís smaller than a hockey puck
and fits nicely in your pocket, itís the best thing going.
This kit makes you legal anywhere I feel sure, and the bow mount adheres with 3M high bond tape.