Davis Offers Mega-Lights with LED Bulbs

Press Release
Friday, February 22, 2013
Photo: Davis Instruments

Davis Instruments now offers Mega-Light Utility and Mega-Light Masthead models with brighter, long-lasting LED bulbs.

The Mega-Light Utility/LED is equipped with a 15' heavy-duty cord and fused lighter plug.  The cord features a UL-approved strain-relief design, ensuring long life and reliable service.  An adjustable bracket makes the Mega-Light Utility easy to hang wherever it's needed.  The stationary Mega-Light Masthead/LED is pre-mounted to a stainless steel bracket with a 12" lead wire.  An extra pre-drilled mounting hole accommodates a Davis Windex 15 wind vane base to conserve masthead space.  When used on an interior wall or bulkhead, the Mega-Light serves as a security light to brighten stairways or entryways. When hung upside down, the clear, convex lens top creates a flood light for area lighting.  An automatic sensor switches the lights on at dusk and off at dawn.  Both models have a completely waterproof sealed lens and base and offer visibility up to 2 nautical miles.

Davis Instruments also offers a Replacement Bulb Kit For those who already own a Mega-Light and wish to upgrade.  It includes both a new LED bulb and a spare incandescent bulb. The Davis Instruments Mega-Light Utility/LED retails for $49.99, while the Mega-Light Masthead/LED costs $52.99.  The Replacement Bulb Kit is $6.99.

www.davisnet.com

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