By: Berdj Mazmanian, Senior Product Manager, Weego
We have all seen the impact of portable power in our lives, especially over the last two decades.
Everything from our cell phones to our laptop computers have gotten smaller and hold a charge longer. We have witnessed the evolution of chemistry used in battery technology, the latest of which is Lithium, currently taking center stage. Lithium battery capacity is a viable successor due to its density to power ratio. Basically, it packs a lot of punch in a small package which is why our electronics are getting smaller and lasting longer between recharges.
Learn more about cold weather boating safety in this guest blog post by SeaTow:
While boating is continuing in the south, many areas are starting to experience colder weather that can bring certain dangers.
Did you know that your chances of dying from going overboard are five times greater in winter months than in the summer? That’s one of the reasons why the Sea Tow Foundation is reminding boaters of the importance of boating safely in cold weather. This safety information is especially important for hunters, paddlers and all other recreational boaters in areas where the water and/or air temperature is colder during the winter months.
Tips for New Weego Owners from Berdj Mazmanian, Weego Senior Product Manager
Did you just buy your first Weego, or receive one as a gift? You may be asking yourself – I have my Weego, but what do I do now? Or maybe, you’ve had your Weego for some time but need a refresher on what to do. Either way this blog post is perfect for you!
Our Senior Product Manager, Berdj Mazmanian, has some tips for new Weego owners. Watch these short videos to learn how to use your new (or not so new) Weego! In these videos, Berdj will walk you through the basics of using our Weego 22s, 22, 44, & 66 models.
Learn more about winterizing your boat or doing a mid-season check up in this informative guest blog by Tom Schlichter of SeaTow:
If you live north of Maryland, November can signal the end of the line when it comes to recreational boating season. There comes a point where it’s generally too cold, too snotty and not safe enough to make heading out on the water a fun and reasonable venture. That means it’s time to close-up shop by winterizing your boat and motor and stowing it until spring finally rolls back round.