New Philips EcoPro lamp range

Published:  17 July, 2018

The new Philips EcoPro range of LED work lights is quipped with high-quality LEDs and hands-free features. The range also provides the powerful bright light (6,500 K) needed to get the job done, making the lamps perfect for everyday use in automotive workshops. The EcoPro50 provides a portable and powerful rechargeable projector lamp, and comes with a magnetic mounting accessory. The EcoPro40 has a non-slip grip, and it is lightweight and versatile, making it an ideal work lamp for everyday use. The EcoPro40 is also fitted with a handy spotlight on the top of the lamp.
www.philips.com/automotive

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