Bebi LEDs, from Fiji yet

... written for Panbo by Ben Ellison and posted on Jul 26, 2007

Bebi_Beka_Light

Bebi Electronic’s LED lights most likely don’t employ the latest technology, like touch dimming, but there’s a lot to like about them. The company purportedly provides clean work for folks living in the village of Nakabo, Fiji, which is about 40 kilometers from the nearest power line. Bebi has all sorts of styles, including units that can be used for running and anchor lights, and prices seem quite reasonable. This Beka style cockpit light, for instance, is cleverly housed in a PVC pipe cap and only costs $36.50. I saw it last summer hanging aboard Dan Gingras’s Lionheart (thanks, Dan!).

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Sorry to hear from Dan Gingras that Bebi Electronics has closed down, and when you read why you too will probably feel bad about what's happening in Fiji:

http://www.bebi-electronics.com/index.html

Posted by: Ben at September 28, 2013 9:16 PM | Reply

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