The Coast WLR1 Rechargeable LED Work Light is a rechargeable LED work light with a maximum output of 700 lumens. It was developed by the company Coast and manufactured by Suntech Power Corporation (STC). The light features two powerful LEDs mounted in a compact body that weighs just over 2 ounces. The light comes with three different modes: low, medium, and high. The light’s battery life lasts up to 10 hours and it requires no external power source. The light can be used indoors or outdoors, even under water.
The light is powered by a CR2032 lithium polymer battery pack which provides up to 10 hours of run time. The light uses a single 18650 Li-ion cell which provides up to 700 lumens of illumination. You can use the light for both indoor and outdoor applications. The light can be charged using any standard USB port or through a wall outlet when connected to your computer via its included AC adapter cable.
The light is made from a durable, water resistant anodized aluminum body and features a rubber grip for easy handling. The light also comes with a lanyard for easy carrying. The light measures 2.4 inches long by 1.3 inches wide and weighs just over 2 ounces without the battery attached.
The light is operated using a rotary switch at the top of the unit. The rotary switch cycles between low, medium and high brightness levels. The light also includes an auxiliary LED light that can be used for close-up illumination or reading. The flashlight’s rechargeable battery recharges using the included USB cable or the included AC adapter.
The light is waterproof to one meter and is designed to be highly durable and impact resistant. Weighing just 2.4 ounces, the light is easy to carry in your pocket, bag, or toolbox.
The light is designed to provide years of use. The light includes a protective ring around the head with a rubber grip for easy handling. The rubber grip also protects the light from damage in the event of a fall or drop. The light has an impact-resistant lens and a durable, water-resistant anodized aluminum body.
The flashlight is perfect for any job site, emergency kit, or household drawer. The light comes with a lifetime guarantee from the manufacturer. If you are not completely satisfied with the light, the company will replace or refund your money.
Since its release, the flashlight has been well received. Those who have purchased and used the light have nothing but good things to say about it. The light has been recommended for both personal and professional use. The light is extremely bright and provides hands-free operation without the need for a battery pack.
The light can be charged from any laptop or desktop computer with a USB port. The flashlight is extremely durable and impact resistant. As an added safety feature, the light will not operate unless the head is securely tightened. The light also comes with a lifetime guarantee, so you can count on it working for years to come.
The Coast HP7 Headlamp is perfect for any outdoors or indoors activity or emergency situation. It provides hands-free lighting without the hassle of having to deal with large battery packs or wiring. The USB charging feature makes it easy to power up from any laptop or desktop computer. The light features three brightness settings and an auxiliary LED reading light so you can find your way in the darkest of places.
The rechargeable batteries are easy to change out and can be charged using any standard USB port. The flashlight is designed to be impact and water resistant. It comes with a lifetime guarantee, so you can count on it working for years to come. Pick up the Coast HP7 Headlamp today and light your way.
The following are some of the features of the headlamp.
It has three different lighting modes; high, low and strobe. The high mode provides up to 100 lumens of light for up to 1.5 hours while the low mode provides up to 15 lumens of light for up to 50 hours. The strobe mode is designed for emergency situations.
It has a bright LED with a range of up to 492 feet. It recharges using the included USB cable. The light can also be charged using any standard wall outlet or your car’s 12V outlet. The light can be charged using the included AC adapter for added convenience.
The light comes with three rechargeable AAA NiMH batteries and a quick-release battery pack that can be easily detached from the headband.
The headband is flexible and comfortable to wear.
The light is well built and extremely durable. It’s backed by a lifetime manufacturer’s warranty for added peace of mind.
What Do I Get?
For your pledge, you can get a single headlamp or even two or three depending on the reward you select. The headlamps have a retail value of $44.99 each (not including batteries). Headlamps ship for free in the US and Canada. Shipping to other areas may incur an additional charge.
Pick the reward that works best for you. You can always change your pledge later if you need more time to collect funds. After the project ends, you will be sent a survey where you will provide us with your shipping information and confirm your pledge.
Note: The headlamps are already in production. You can expect to receive your headlamp in September of this year or October at the latest depending on where you live.
How Does This Project Work?
This project must achieve its funding goal before March 5th, or nobody receives their rewards. If the goal is not achieved, then everyone’s money is refunded and this project will be canceled. So spread the word and let’s make this project a reality!
The headlamps will be produced with the following color options: red, green, blue, white and black. You may specify your color choice after the project is funded.
About The Designer
The Coast HP7 Headlamp was designed by a team of outdoor enthusiasts. They have been working on this headlamp for over a year and are finally ready to share it with the world. This headlamp was inspired by their own experiences and feedback from fellow adventurers. Now they need your help to make this project a reality!
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