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Coleman CPX 6 Ultra Hight Power LED Spotlight - Red

Coleman CPX 6 Ultra Hight Power LED Spotlight - Red
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CPX® 6 Ultra High Power LED Spotlight - Red

The Coleman CPX 6 Folding LED Spotlight features four locking handle positions, so you can aim it conveniently when using it as a freestanding light. It provides 275 lumens of light, and runs for up to 50 hours on four D batters, or up to 3 hours with the Coleman CPX 6 Rechargeable Power Cartridge. A convenient utility hook in the handle lets you hang the spotlight for overhead lighting. What's more the handle nests into the spotlight body for easy, compact storage and transport.

Features:
  • Powered by rechargeable CPX_® 6 cartridge or four D-cell batteries (both sold separately)
  • Compact storage, handle folds up flush to the body
  • Easy-to-use, double position, push button on/off switch
  • Hands-free option, hang it with built-in utility hook
  • Incredibly bright, 275 lumens
  • Deep reflector for more than 1300 ft. of beam distance
    51 hrs. runtime
  • Durable, rubber overmolding protects it during falls
  • Lifetime LEDs never need replacing
  • Water resistant against rain and splashing
  • 6.1 in. x 4.7 in. x 6 in. (155 mm x 120 mm x 152 mm)
  • 1-year limited warranty
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