The Faithfull rechargeable LED cordless work light has been developed and designed primarily for tradesmen to use on the work site or inside where there may be poor lighting, or no lighting at all. One of its biggest benefits is that it is compact, and can be easily stored during transit and won’t get in the way during use.
Using the latest SMD LED technology, this is a robust and extremely powerful 10W portable light which provides users with an incredibly bright, glare-free light. Unlike many traditional site lights, this one does not emit heat, so the glass is cool to the touch. That’s not only a great safety feature, it’s also a massive benefit to tradesmen such as plasterers where the heat from traditional lights can dry out the plaster too quickly and crack it.
The light offers three output modes for versatility and extended running times. Choose from 100%, 50% and 25%, providing 900, 450, or 225 lumens of light.
The heavy-duty Lithium-ion battery is lightweight but powerful, providing from 3 to 12 hours of continuous light on one full charge. This powerful work light features a sturdy steel stand fitted with 4 powerful magnets and an ergonomically designed moulded grip. The head can be set at any angle via the friction thumb turn knobs so you can have light exactly where you need it.
The power bank USB port will enable you to charge personal items such as MP3 players and even mobile phones with a compatible lead. This could provide extra peace of mind when working in remote areas.
It is supplied complete with both a mains USB charger and a car charger unit.
The light is water resistant to IP65 standard. Although designed for the work site, this work light is ideal for a number of uses around the home, garden, camping, workshop, worksite, loft or garage.
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