The most essential tool for carefree repair works, even though it does not cut, loosen or force anything, provides you the most important support: for precise work or when rummaging through the engine compartment for a dropped 10 mm spanner, sufficient light is critical.

The most essential tool for carefree repair works, even though it does not cut, loosen or force anything, provides you the most important support: for precise work or when rummaging through the engine compartment for a dropped 10 mm spanner, sufficient light is critical.


These days, bulbs hanging with an extension cord somewhere in your garage are way out of date, as modern mounting lamps can be magnetically patched onto the body of the car with an output reaching up to 1000 lumens, helping you to accurately diagnose and fix a problem with your car.

 

 

 

 Tungsram LED inspection lamps are high-quality hard-wearing tools, therefore they are ideal for professional technicians to use in automotive garages and workshops, where additional illumination and exceptional brightness is needed.

 

These hands-free lamps which incorporate hooks and magnets for ease of use, come in two sizes and are equipped with a long-lasting and rechargeable lithium battery.

 

 

Both inspection lamps have a casing with ingress protection level IP66, being resistant to dust and moisture. The larger one can provide 1000 lumens of light for up to three hours at a colour temperature of 6000 Kelvin, and can be charged via USB or in its docking station using the AC/DC adapter included in the package.

 

The pocket-sized version provides up to 240 lumen output at 5700 Kelvin, with a maximum operating time of 7 hours, and can be charged with a USB cable.

 

Tungsram’s LED inspection lamps can be used in a wide temperature range between -10 and +40 degrees, and they are a good choice when a bright working area with powerful illumination is required for professional repair works.

 

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