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18V MultiVolt Cordless 10,000 Lumen LED Work Light from Metabo HPT

The Pro Preferred Brand of Pneumatic Nailers*, Metabo HPT announced the latest addition to its cordless system with the 18V MultiVolt 10,000 Lumen LED Work Light (model UB18DDQ4). Packed with features, this work light is part of the expanding MultiVolt System of 18V and 36V power tools from Metabo HPT. As an 18V bare tool, the user can decide to GO lighter by using an 18V battery or GO longer with the flexible 18V/36V MultiVolt battery to double the runtime per charge for more power on the go.

Get ultimate control on the jobsite. This cordless work light has 216 white LED's that can be adjusted to 15 brightness levels from 1,000 to up to 10,000 Lumen to be most effective for the application. Have no fear of water or dust on the job, as this work light is IP65 rated and designed for durability despite the weather. Bring light with you no matter where the job takes you. Get long lasting use for up to 14.5 hours of runtime with the 18V/36V 8.0Ah/4.0Ah MultiVolt battery (model BSL36B18 / 372121M- sold separately) for efficient use on a single charge @ 1,000 Lumen or choose to plug in with the included AC Power Cord. Conveniently connect and charge your smartphone or tablet to the UB18DDQ4 work light via the built in USB port. Use the two 16mm holes to mount your light in the optimal position or install a tripod (not included) using the 5/8" threaded screw hole.

This cordless 10,000 Lumen LED work light has the most adjustments (144 vertical adjustment 9 stages) to light up any jobsite with greater freedom of movement. Use it indoors or outdoors to get things done- despite the time of day or night. GO with the work light that won't let you down, delivering extraordinary brightness and versatility.

The UB18DDQ4 18V Cordless 10,000 Lumen work light is backed by Metabo HPT's 2-year tool body warranty.

*Based on the 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021 Product Brand Surveys in Builder & Developer Magazine



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