Deckhand: Portable Boating & Sailing Lights

The ultimate rechargeable flashlight. A piercing beam, waterproof intuitive design, and multiple mounting options make it the lightest, brightest, most compact light in its class.

Deckhand

Urban Thumbscrew

Direct replacement thumbscrew ensures the innovative Urban commuter light is secured to the integrated handlebar mount of the light.

$1.99

Urban Strap

Direct replacement strap for Urban commuter bike lights designed to seamlessly fit and secure light around most sized round handlebars.

$2.99

Urban USB Port Cover

Replacement USB Port cover attaches to the base of Urban Commuter lights and protects the light from water, mud, and dust penetration.

$1.00

Stick-On Mount, Bar Style

Designed for lights with an integrated handlebar mount, this allows you to secure lights to a flat or slightly contoured surface.

$12.99

Urban Bar Mount

Handlebar mount for the Urban light platform features a quick release design to remove the light in seconds.

$9.99

GoPro Mount, Urban & Vya

Leverage the wide variety of third party GoPro mounts for Urban and Vya headlights with this GoPro mount adapter.

$9.99

Helmet Mount

Ultra-lightweight and secure helmet mount designed for lights that have an integrated bar mount attachment.

$12.99

Micro USB Cable

Micro USB Charge cable is compatible with a range of Light & Motion lights and other accessories as well.

$5.99

Deckhand 500

Powerful and compact for kayaking, paddleboarding, sailing, and outdoor adventures.  Includes ergonomic finger grip, handlebar mount, and GoPro mount adapter to use your deckhand anywhere.

$69.99 $49.99

Deckhand 350

The perfect versatile light for watersports and  outdoor adventure.  Includes ergonomic finger grip, handlebar mount, and GoPro mount adapter to mount Deckhand anywhere.

$49.99 $29.99

Light and Motion comes through for me again. Their Stella CL light series sets a new standard for light-weight, high-performance, fast-charging and super-portable lights for the documentary shooter on the go.

Shawn Heinrichs