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Doing the Right Thing


And the Nominees are...


“Being nominated for these two awards is a testament to our day-to-day dedication to providing excellent service to our dealer network and to providing the highest quality, top of class products to our end customers"

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Understanding UW Light Specs & Testing

Understanding UW Light Specs…


Few manufactures test their lights to established standards, or publish accurate lumen and beam angle specifications. Calculated values…

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Product Integrity

Product Integrity


Product integrity is a core driver of our business practices. Our customers see a reflection of our team in each product we ship. The drive…

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Brilliance!

Brilliance!


It’s not too often that I talk about companies or products here.  I have talked about some cycling, running and triathlon related…

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Kip Evans

Kip Evans


For more than two decades Kip has been exploring the ocean and guiding conservation efforts through his documentary photography projects. He…

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Our World Underwater Scholar

Our World Underwater Scholar


Ana Sofia Guera was in NYC this month to receive the 2014 North American Rolex Scholar of the Our World-Underwater Scholarship Society…

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Light & Motion Factory Tour

Light & Motion Factory Tour


By Daniel of Art's Cyclery American manufacturing is experiencing a bit of a renaissance these days, with many American companies actually…

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Hands On Experience for High School Intern

Hands On Experience for High…


By Dane Wilson Last week I took some time off from our (49er sailboat) training and did an internship at our new sponsor, Light &…

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Hanger #535 our New Manufacturing HQ

Hanger #535 our New Manufacturing…


In February, we moved from the cannery to a 28,000 sq. foot facility in Marina, California which more than doubled our capacity and provided…

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Bringing Baby to Work

Bringing Baby to Work


When Madison started coming to work with me at 2 months old, she was not my first child to hang out at the Cannery. My now 4-year old…

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