Snap-on introduces new rechargeable shop light

Snap-on introduces new rechargeable shop light

Snap-on has announced its newest product, its Rechargeable Shop Light (ECFBAR300), which is built to help shop workers see more quickly while using less battery power. The light uses a chip-on-board LED, meaning it delivers more light while maximizing battery power, the company explained. The shop light comes with a 3.7V Lithium Ion Battery and an AC charger, and requires only two hours of quick-charge time. It outputs of 300 lumens on the high setting and 160 lumens on its low setting.

“There is nothing more frustrating than having the batteries die on your shop light while working on a project,” said Mark Ganey, product manager of shop and tech tools for Snap-on. “The ECFBAR300 is rechargeable, eliminating the need for supplemental batteries. With three- and six-hour runtimes, depending upon the choice of high or low setting, this shop light keeps the work area bright for various projects in countless locations.

“This light is the perfect shop light. Customers have the option to adjust the brightness with the two-position switch, which extends the runtime to accommodate any project need. And the rugged aluminum body makes it a really durable, long-lasting product,” Ganey added.

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