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Nocqua Mobile Power Kits Now Available Through Fugawi

Ideal Accessory for the Outdoors

Published: Friday, December 8, 2017

In 2013 Nocqua introduced the pioneering Pro Series, a rechargeable underwater LED lighting
system for stand-up paddleboards, kayaks and canoes. Nocqua’s quest to provide a lighting solution
for outdoor adventurers led to the development of a lightweight and waterproof power kit that not
only addressed the needs of paddlers but also lends itself as a must-have accessory for a host of
applications, such as ice fishing, that need portable 12V batteries.
The Noqua Pro Power Kit has been designed to be compact, lightweight, safe, durable, high
capacity, and quickly rechargeable. This innovative solution includes the same technology
developed for LED systems, as it has open-ended
connections to easily power up electronic devices.
“We are very proud of partnering with Fugawi, a
technical distributor in Canada to introduce the
unique Nocqua products to the Canadian Market,”
said Billy Rossini, founder of Nocqua. “Little did we
know that each of the features developed for the
Power Kit would meld together to create the perfect
mobile solution for outdoor enthusiasts.”
The ion lithium battery is silicone-sealed for water
resistance and durability, and is equipped with a
watertight connection port. The Kit comes complete with 110V charger, DC wire, 6” heat
shrink tubing and marine-grade connectors for a quick and hassle-free installation.
There are two models to choose from. The 4.4Ah NQ-5191 Power Kit listed at USD $89.99/
CAD $109.99 and the longer lasting 10Ah NQ-5146 version listed at USD $129.99/ CAD

Fugawi (Northport Systems Inc.) was founded in 1995 in Canada and distributes charts,
connectivity solutions and hi-tech marine products from leading manufacturers. The assets of
Northport Systems Inc. were purchased by Johnson Outdoors Canada Inc. in 2016.

NOCQUA was founded in 2013 by Billy Rossini and has a series of patents for its unique
outdoors products.

tags: Batteries & Chargers, Lighting


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