Designed to meet the needs of serious kayak anglers as well as recreational paddlers, the VISICarbon Pro Light sports unprecedented performance with a light weight, low drag and a portable design with plenty of style. The main mast section is designed with carbon fiber tubing for high strength and ultra light weight. The ultra thin mast and redesigned flag combine to offer excellent performance with low wind drag. Scotty mount ready - mounts in either a flush mount rod holder or to any Scotty base. Meets or exceeds USCG requirements. 3AA batteries included power the 17 lumen LED.
|Height:||48 in / 121.9 cm|
|Weight:||14 oz / 396.89 g|
|Burn Time:||~100 hrs|
Great design. Easy to use, folds up nicely for storage, and gives you great visibility in the dusk and periods when you're out on the water.
Seemed like a great light. I used it twice, then turtled my kayak in a storm. I didn't hit anything, just a rouge wave turtled me. I righted the yak, climbed back in and surveyed my rig. All was fine...except the my visicarbon light shaft shattered. Like I said I didn't hit anything. Just the force of dumping the kayak in the open ocean and then righting it was enough pressure to break the pole. Probably should have been designed to withstand the occasional turtle event since most kayakers, at some point will probably get into some weather and roll their kayak.
Mounted this on a scotty 444 compact threaded deck mount on my pa12. This product is compact for storage, and very easy to put up and take down. The flag(storage bag) provides good visibility in the daylight and the light at night can be seen for a long ways and provides sufficient illumination for tying on lures and such. Great product and great customer service at ACK.
Great: comes with a battery (for night), and a flag for day... + the flag turns into a bag. This is a great solution for guys traveling, or folding kayaks/inflatables. Hell, it's a great solution for the rest of us too... but if you see a ridged 3 or 6 foot pole with flag/flash light... you won't be wrong. I won't hit the water where boats that have motors are running without a flag or light (night).