The Dock Edge Solar Rod Holder Lite may be possibly the most convenient and useful solar lighting fixture you could have for your boat and dock. Great for night fishing and boarding and docking illumination.
The tapered design allows it to fit several different rod holder sizes and the adjustable angle means you have complete position control!|
Designed for harsh marine environments|
Operates for up to 12 hours when fully charged (May vary with season)|
Free from wiring to allow for easy and simple setup|
Features 6 preinstalled selectable LED colors to differentiate your dock|
Rated for both Fresh and Salt use|
The Powerful solar panel charges the included user-replaceable, rechargeable AAA NiCD 1.2V battery.|
Features waterproof rating IP 65|
Dock Edge's distinctive product styles whether, traditional or contemporary, are inspired by continuous commitment to offer products that revolutionize the boating industry and make mooring or docking effortless and simple. In addition to producing bright illumination that can make any dock, wharf, bulkhead or marina safer, it is also well-built and elegantly designed.
|| Dock Edge
|| 10 Lumens
|| (1) AAA NiCD 1.2V
|| Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS)
|| 10" x 4.5" x 13" inches
| Maximum running time:
|| Up to 12 hours
| Manufacturer's Warranty:
|| 2 Year
• Dock Edge Solar Rod Holder Lite
from Fort Myers, Florida asked:
May 14, 2018
So does it charge from the sun during the day and then shine at night? Does one day's sun provide enough power to run through the night?
Yes, during the day with direct sunlight this fixture will recharge. This fixture also runs dusk to dawn, so once it becomes dark the fixture will turn on automatically. On a full charge, this fixture will run up to 12 hours. Thank you for your inquiry!
on May 15, 2018
from CA asked:
March 28, 2018
How do you turn these lights on and off and how do you change the color?
The product operates in an auto on/off fashion, based on the dusk to dawn cycle. In order to change the LED color, the cap is unscrewed and on the bottom of the cap is a circuit board with the light switches. Thank you for your inquiry!
on March 29, 2018