Ryobi P782 Hybrid LED Tripod Light Review


Ryobi P782 Hybrid LED Tripod Light Review

Ryne Rønningen, the CEO of Ryobi Lighting, has been working with a team of engineers and product designers since 2006. They have developed many innovative products such as the first solar powered light bulb and the world’s smallest battery operated flashlight. The company was founded in 2005 by two Norwegian brothers: Ole and Trond Rybakk.

The company has over 300 employees worldwide. Their products are sold in 100 countries and they have received numerous awards for their innovation.

Their most recent invention is the P782, which is a high performance LED lamp that uses both solar power and batteries to provide lighting without any wires or plugs. The new light comes in three different models: the P722, the P723 and the P725.

The P782 is a very unique design because it combines a traditional work lamp with an LED light source. The result is an efficient and compact lamp that can be used anywhere. The company claims that the P782 will save energy, reduce your electric bill and improve the environment.

This lamp powers six ultra-bright LEDs, which can produce up to 1,800 lumens of light. These are very high quality LEDs that last up to 50,000 hours.

The solar panel on top of the lamp charges an integrated battery, which can provide up to six hours of use between charges. If the battery power runs out or if you need more light while working, then you can plug your P782 directly into a power outlet.

Sources & references used in this article: