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Part Number:

7239

Stanley Multi Directional LED Work Light 50W

Part Number: 7239

Stanley Multi Directional LED Work Light 50W

Shape: Work Light

Work Light

Power Consumption: 50W

50W

Colour of Light: Daylight

Daylight

Total Lumens: 4500lm

4500lm

£76.99 inc. VAT
    • 50W LED work light with 3x lighting heads
    • Side lights with adjustable angles
    • 4500lm 6000K daylight light colour
    • 100% or 50% brightness modes

Stanley Multi Directional LED Work Light 50W

  • Power Consumption: 50W
  • Colour Output: Daylight
  • Dimensions: Width=405mm Depth=185mm Height=235mm

This 240V mains powered Stanley multi directional work light is ideal for trade professionals such as electricians, plumbers, carpenters, fitters and construction workers.

Featuring a unique design with 3 lighting heads, this is an extremely versatile work light able to illuminate a wide area and ensure your worksite is well-lit and safe. The side-lights are fully adjustable and can even be folded backwards

With a total light output power of 50W this LED work light outputs at 4500lm of 6000K daylight coloured light and also features 3 lighting modes - 100% 4500lm, 50% 2250lm and off.

This LED work light is IP54 rated suitable for various work and construction sites and weighs only 2.15kg.

The unit comes fitted with a useful carry handle and 1.5-metre H05RN-F 3G 1.5mm power cable.

When not in use, this work light can be folded away for portability and easy storage.

Manufacturers Warranty

This product is covered by a manufacturer's warranty for a period of 3 years from date of purchase. Please visit the manufacturer's website for further details.

Attribute Value
MPN SXLS37180E
Barcode 5020024901690
Technology LED
Shape Work Light
Colour Daylight
Manufacturer Stanley
Voltage 240V
Power Consumption 50W
Total Lumens 4500lm
Colour Temperature 6000K
Colour Description Daylight
Finish Yellow/Black
Ingress Protection Rating IP54
Width 405mm
Depth 185mm
Height 235mm
Estimated Running Cost £26.46 per year based on 5-hours per day @ Jan 24 Price Cap (29.0p/kWh)