The Kayalite kayak light includes a number of unique innovations including its patented "secure-attach" technology. The Kayalite's marine-grade construction is virtually unbreakable, yet buoyant and submersible to 1000 feet below sea level.
When the original Kayalite lens was introduced, made of clear Lexan with a white reflector, it raised the bar on durability and performance in a bright white LED kayak light.
Working for nearly a year with our technology partners at Tektite Industries (Trenton, NJ) and fellow innovators at Yak Attack (Farmville, VA), along with an independent testing laboratory in Florida, we refined and improved the illumination and visibility characteristics of our kayak navigation lights.
And the result? We're excited to introduce a white, titanium-infused "diffusion lens" for the Kayalite, now shipping with every new unit.
Light emitted from the Kayalite’s bright white LED point source is diffused and distributed uniformly across the translucent white lens housing. Diffused rays, normally emitted skyward and lost from a clear lens, are reflected within the lens housing and redirected across the plane of the watersheet.
For the paddler, the diffusion lens provides a number of benefits:
With a Kayalite, you'll tackle the night!
No worries, the Kayalite Diffusion Lens is available as an add-on accessory in our catalog. The clear lens and diffusion lens are interchangeable.
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