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Larson Electronics LED boat light

This high-intensity LED boat light (model LEDPB10W-120X2E) emits more than 10,000 lumens and is wrapped in a rugged aluminum housing. At 120 watts and 10 amps, it uses less power than comparable halogen lamps, yet offers a higher output, according to Larson. The light retails for $849.95. Larson Electronics, Kemp, Texas, (214) 616-6180. www.larsonelectronics.com

November 2013 issue


Hobie Mirage Sport Kayak

The Mirage Sport polyethylene kayak can be used for exploring, fishing, bird watching — even sailing, with the optional rig.

Features include Hobie’s MirageDrive pedal propulsion system, a movable seat with an adjustable back, two built-in rod holders, the Lowrance Ready system for installing electronics and a retractable rudder.

It measures 9 feet, 7 inches and weighs 53 pounds. MSRP is $1,799. Hobie Cat, Oceanside, Calif., (760) 758-9100. www.hobiecat.com

November 2013 issue


Gage Nightwatch Puffy from Grundens

The lightweight Gage Nightwatch Puffy from Grundens is made from water-resistant nylon and has quilted “pockets” of water-resistant insulation that maximize body-heat retention while reducing bulk.

It can be layered under foul-weather gear or worn by itself. It’s available in sizes from XS to 5XL in orange, black and deep forest green. MSRP is $138 (3XL-5XL slightly higher). Grundens USA, Poulsbo, Wash., (800) 323-7327. www.grundens.com

November 2013 issue


JBL Bluetooth stereo

The JBLPRV170 AM/FM marine stereo features Bluetooth audio streaming and needs only a 3-1/2-inch cutout to install. With a 4x45-watt amplifier, it delivers crisp, clear sound, and the watertight faceplate ensures protection against the elements, according to Prospec Electronics.

The stereo also has a USB input, an auxiliary input and dual preouts.

It retails for $189.95. Prospec Electronics, Mount Pleasant, S.C.

(843) 849-9037


October 2013 issue


Quick-Lock winch handles

Racers and cruising sailors can rejoice: Ronstan’s new Quick-Lock winch handles have a drive head that inserts into the winch socket without rotating a knob or pressing a button.

A stainless steel locking lever automatically holds the handle in place. The handles are available in 8- and 10-inch arm lengths, with a traditional single grip or the two-handed Palm Grip for ultimate cranking power.

Retail prices range from $94 to $117. Ronstan USA, Portsmouth, R.I., (401) 293-0596.


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