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Amtech introduces rechargeable work light

Published: 24 November 2016
Amtech has added to its lighting range this winter and have launched the 10 Watt COB LED Rechargeable Work Light (stock code S8185). The work light uses the latest COB (chip on board) LED technology and has a bright 700 Lumen output.
 
The work light has a high capacity, internal 7.4V rechargeable lithium-ion battery. It is lightweight and portable and has an adjustable floor stand to direct light where needed. The floor stand also acts as a handy carry handle.
 
The work light has two functions (full power and half power) and comes supplied with mains adaptor and 12V in-car charger. The work light effectively lights up all work areas and is ideal for inspection work, auto repairs, camping, DIY and more. The work light comes in a colour box and comes with Amtech’s three
 
year guarantee.
 

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