Snap-on has added a new product in its project light category called “Hockey II” ECPRA072. It is a 700 lumen light that comes in both big and small sizes.
The light is designed of aircraft-grade aluminum alloy and has an IP54 rating for its capacity to withstand exposure to water and dust. It is the first aluminum bodied project light in the line and utilizes USB-C for recharging.
The Hockey II has battery power up to six hours on its lowest setting and two hours on high. It also has a built-in battery gauge, variable dimming, and can withstand drops of up to 4 meters.
According to Snap-on, it was named “Hockey II” because the shape of the light looks like a hockey puck.
“We took a popular, lower lumen light, increased the brightness, run time and durability to provide the ultimate product in our smallest lighting category,” said Mark Ganey, a Snap-on Tools product manager.
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