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Lighting from Phillips

Published:  10 September, 2013

Good lighting not only illuminates dark engine bays perfectly but it also helps us concentrate and prevents eye strain and headaches. With this in mind, Philips has designed a multi directional light system which has three independent modules that can be placed wherever you need them. The LED lamps are rechargeable so there's wires to get in the way and they can be dimmed and rotate so you set them up as you please. A heavy duty clamping hook attaches each lamp to non-magnetic parts and the base has a strong magnet to attach it to most metal parts. They are shock, water, dust and solvent resistant and are contained in a carry case which doubles up as a charger. Each unit runs for five hours on a normal setting.

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