Flood The Engine With Light From Streamlight's Stinger Lite Pipe

Flood The Engine With Light From Streamlight’s Stinger Lite Pipe

The Stinger Lite Pipe work light system features eight high-power LEDs that produce a soft, 220 lumen flood pattern to illuminate your entire work area for 3.25 hours. Its ultra-thin design fits into tight spaces.

 

Streamlight introduces the new Stinger Lite Pipe. 

This work light features eight high-power LEDs and produces a soft, 200+ lumen flood pattern to illuminate a large work area. It can run continuously for more than hours.

• Work light system features eight high-power LEDs that produce a soft, 220 lumen flood pattern to illuminate your entire work area for 3.25 hours

• Available in a complete system, or if you already have a xenon Stinger, the optional Lite Pipe Kit allows you to convert it to a Stinger Lite Pipe

• The ultra-thin design fits into tight spaces

• Removable, rotatable hang-hook allows you to use it as a drop light

• High-impact, 9" (22.86 cm) light bar constructed of unbreakable polycarbonate with scratch-resistant coating

• Head-mounted push-button switch powers the light on and off

• Anodized aluminum construction with knurled barrel for a sure grip; includes anti-roll rubber ring

• Cone: Constructed of clear polycarbonate with scratch-resistant coating

• Hook: Constructed of impact modified nylon

• IPX4 water-resistant; 1 meter impact resistance tested

• 3-cell, 3.6 Volt Ni-Cd sub-C battery, rechargeable up to 1000 times.

• 3-cell, 3.6 Volt Ni-MH sub-C battery, rechargeable up to 1000 times.

• 10-hour steady charge or PiggyBack charger options; optional 2.5 hour fast charger available

• 19.62" (49.84 cm); 12.3 oz. (339g)

  For additional information, visit streamlight.com.

 

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