A10-144

Magma High Intensity LED Lights

Magma High Intensity LED Lights

Features

  • 6 individual High-Intensity LED light bulbs
  • High temperature silicone cover protects against smoke, heat and water
  • Uses long lasting 9 Volt battery
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$16.98
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$14.32
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Additional light is always needed when grilling after the sun goes down.... The new Magma Grill Light is the perfect answer. Stylish in design, this light attaches directly to the grill’s lid handle for perfect illumination of the entire grilling surface. Its high temperature silicone cover is weatherproof, smoke proof, resistant to heat, easy to clean, while protecting the light and battery from the harsh marine environment. Manufactured for use with a single long-lasting 9 volt battery (included), the light features an easy to use push button on-off switch to operate the 6 high-intensity LED bulbs that give plenty of light intensity.

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