Narva’s new LED floodlight
A versatile LED workshop flood light is the latest addition to the Narva high performance lighting range, and it’s just gone on sale in New Zealand.
But don’t be misled by its name, because the workshop flood light is just as useful in the home or even around the campsite.
This portable, cord-free flood light uses powerful 20W cob LED cluster technology to produce an ultra-broad and crisp white light of 1,800 Lumen output, making it ideal for a wide range of applications.
Built with performance and durability in mind, the rechargeable LED light is constructed from a tough aluminium body and protective rubber frame, making it watertight (rated to IP65) and resistant to dust, oil, chemicals and sudden impact. Yet despite its robust construction, it only tips the scales at 1.4kg.
The new light incorporates a clever heavy-duty, adjustable nylon handle that can also act as a stand, offering 180deg. range of movement.
These features make it well suited to workshop environments, construction sites and for outdoor leisure pursuits, as well as tasks around the home.
Also supporting the light’s versatility is the dual light output capability. Users can select from two hours of continuous operating time at the full 1,800 Lumens, or alternatively a lower output setting (400 Lumens) that provides an impressive eight hours of continuous run-time before a recharge is required.
As an added bonus, the light can be operated while charging is in progress for continued use at the higher output and for longer shelf life – the light features a lithium battery with no memory effect.
Included in the package is a 240V charger with 1.5m of cable. For those wanting to use the LED flood light at a taller height, an optional adjustable telescopic stand is also available at an additional cost. The telescopic stand allows the light to be set at heights up to 1.8m.
Narva’s versatile new LED workshop flood light (part number for the lamp is 71350 and part number for the telescopic stand is 71372) can be purchased at leading automotive outlets throughout New Zealand.