{Stus-List} Neat PFD light

Dennis C. captbuy at yahoo.com
Mon Jun 22 22:40:08 EDT 2009


Don't know.  The stats I quoted are from the packaging.  Looking closer at the packaging, the link there is:  http://www.fox40world.com/ but "Adventure Lights" is written on the back of the light itself.  The Fox 40 link seems to be a logo oriented promotions site.

How about I give my lady a glass of wine and the light, put her in the dinghy and sail away a mile or two to check it out.  :)


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Subject: Re: {Stus-List} Neat PFD light

Hey Dennis,
That Fox 40 light looks worthwhile though the stats I read on your link, were 1 mile visibility and 150 hrs on strobe.  That's still good for the money.  Do they sell a better model?
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From: "Dennis C." <captbuy at yahoo.com>
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Sent: Monday, June 22, 2009 10:12:40 PM GMT -05:00 US/Canada Eastern
Subject: {Stus-List} Neat PFD light

I was wandering around Bass Pro Shop tonight and found a really neat light to attach to a PFD.  It's a Guardian LED Light by Fox 40 (also search "Adventure Lights").  It was $15US.  See:


It's a strobe or a steady light.  You have to unscrew the lens and flip the battery over to change function.  That's a bit impractical if you are overboard.  The light claims to be visible for 3 miles and last for 250 hours in strobe mode and is waterproof to 100 feet.  I admit, it's pretty bright here in the house.

I have a couple of the ACR PFD lights and ACR strobe.  Those each have burn times of only 8 hours and a visible range of only 2 miles.  This Fox 40 light is much lighter and less bulky than either of the ACR's.  I'm inclined to switch over to the Fox 40.

Dennis C.
Touche' 35-1 #83
Mandeville, LA

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