Milwaukee's personal flood light features a 210-degree pivoting head and a magnetic base, allowing it to be used in tight spaces (including under or inside of vehicles).
 - Photo courtesy of Milwaukee Tool

Milwaukee's personal flood light features a 210-degree pivoting head and a magnetic base, allowing it to be used in tight spaces (including under or inside of vehicles).

Photo courtesy of Milwaukee Tool

Milwaukee Tool is expanding its line of personal lighting products with new trade-focused solutions. The lineup now includes two new rechargeable lights — a USB-rechargeable Rover Pivoting Flood Light and a USB-rechargeable Pivoting Flashlight — as well as two non-rechargeable products — a Rover Magnetic Flood Light and a 325L Focusing Flashlight. The Rover Flood Light and Pivoting Flashlight are powerd by Milwaukee's Redlithium battery technology, which allow them to be charged via USB connection.

The rechargeable pivoting flood light features a 210-degree pivoting head and a wide magnetic base. Its collapsible design can fit in a pocket or clipped on to tool organizers, and the light offers 11.5 hours of run time on a single charge.

The rechargeable pivoting flashlight combines the features of a flashlight and a flood light in one solution. The 110-degree pivoting head includes a 508-foot spot beam for long-range visibility anda  wide flood bea, for task lighting. It is equipped with a magnetic base, and able to run for up to 10 hours on one charge.

The non-rechargeable magnetic flood light is designed for tough job sites. It is water- and dust-resistant and can withstand repeated drops from 13 feet. It offers high and low brightness options.

The 325L focusing flashlight is also designed to survive repeated drops from 13 feet. It is impact- and chemical-resistant, and IP67-rated for submersion in up to three feet of water. The spot-to-flood sliding beam focus offers up to 377 feet of beam distance.

For more information visit Milwaukee Tool