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Energetic Lighting Portable Dual Head LED Worklight

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Energetic Lighting Portable Dual Head LED Worklight
Price: $79.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Friday, Apr 21 to Monday, Apr 24) + transit
Condition: New

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EnergeticRob


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Good Morning Everyone! My name is Rob and I represent the manufacturer of this light. If you have any questions, please ask.

vibes4me


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Good for Photo Sessions?

EnergeticRob wrote:Good Morning Everyone! My name is Rob and I represent the manufacturer of this light. If you have any questions, please ask.



IchabodCranehasNoBrain

fieroguy80


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Anybody know if this is waterproof or resistant? Wondering if I was working outside and it started to rain if it would be ok.

EnergeticRob


quality posts: 34 Private Messages EnergeticRob

[quote postid="7134649" user="vibes4me"]Good for Photo Sessions?[/quot

I'm sorry,
These can be used to light an area and take a photo, but are not considered photo lights.

EnergeticRob


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fieroguy80 wrote:Anybody know if this is waterproof or resistant? Wondering if I was working outside and it started to rain if it would be ok.



These fixtures are damp rated. If it starts to rain, you will want to bring these out of the rain as quick as possible. It's probably okay as long as it's done within a couple of minutes. They are damp rated so they have some resistance to water.

rjohns75


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I bought this during a previous woot and and it works great (very bright).

Robert

1075hoehn


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With a few mods, this would make a wicked HurryCane for my mom. She's certainly see where she was walking with this bad boy.

gustador


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Are there any videos of real-life use of these LEDs?

I'm wondering if I hang these high enough we could still play basketball or have outdoor parties.

Also,
How "hot" do these run, say after 15 minutes?

Can I run this off 12V DC with minimum modifications?
I would recommend the next upgrade be a 12V DC switch to make these more portable.

SydneyCJ


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Was looking for how many watts these pull.

http://energeticlighting.com/images/flyer/mpl1014.pdf

EnergeticRob


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gustador wrote:Are there any videos of real-life use of these LEDs?

I'm wondering if I hang these high enough we could still play basketball or have outdoor parties.

Also,
How "hot" do these run, say after 15 minutes?

Can I run this off 12V DC with minimum modifications?
I would recommend the next upgrade be a 12V DC switch to make these more portable.



This fixture has a max of 4000 Lumens, so if you're lighting up a driveway courtyard to play basketball, you would probably need 2 to make it real bright. The heat is very minimal being that these are LED. It's not like the Halogen or Halide bulbs.

EnigmaV8


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These are absolutely fantastic at this price range! Nothing can beat them at this price at any brick and mortar store or perhaps even online. The quality and brightness of these for the money can't be beat! The quality and looks are very similar to my single Snap-On LED shop light but each one is actually even a tad brighter.

These are such a good buy I'm tempted to snag another one up at this price just because.

rmohr


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Color temperature? I also am considering these for photography...

EnigmaV8


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rmohr wrote:Color temperature? I also am considering these for photography...



Says 4000K right in the description.

They look it too; daylight white without the sickly over-white blue hue.

beguna


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SydneyCJ wrote:Was looking for how many watts these pull.

http://energeticlighting.com/images/flyer/mpl1014.pdf



The pdf is confusing. Top paragraph says 15 watts but table says 60 watts total.