Rockler LED Work Light with Magnifying Head

 

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Rockler LED Work Light with Magnifying Head

 

Buy Rockler LED Work Light with Magnifying Head

Item No.ItemPrice
27017Rockler LED Work Light with Magnifying Head$64.99
23061Rockler LED Work Light with Magnifying Head - LED Magnifying Light Head Only$19.99
23917Rockler LED Work Light with Magnifying Head - LED Spotlight Head Only$9.99

Additional features:
  • LED lights last longer, use less energy than incandescent or fluorescent bulbs.
  • Magnetic base attaches firmly to any metal surface.
  • If no metal surface is available, clamping metal sub-base attaches to virtually any table, bench, or fence, creating a magnetic mounting surface anywhere.
  • Magnifying head can interchange with a spotlight head (sold separately) featuring 14 LED bulbs for focused illumination.
  • Includes three AAA batteries and AC adapter. Lithium ion batteries are recommended for replacement.





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