Zinc Rechargeable Work Light IP65 20W 1400lm

By Zinc Product code: 64346 Pack size: Each

£36.98 Exc. VAT £30.82

Product Details

• Die cast aluminium & plastic construction
• IP65 20W 1400lm
• Daylight White 6000k
• Average Life 20,000 hours
• 5 hours charge, 4 hours run time
• Usable whilst mains charging
• Average Life 20,000 hours
Supplied with mains adapter & cigarette lighter adapter.
This Luminaire contains a non replaceable LED lamp of the energy class A++

Technical Specification
Brand Zinc
Colour Yellow
Material Aluminium
Lamp Hours 20000
Wattage 20
Lumens 1400
Light Bulb Technology LED
Colour temperature 6000k
Type Worklight
Energy Class A++
Power Source / Cordless Cordless
Light Bulb Colour Cool White
IP Rating IP65
Delivery details

DELIVERY OPTIONS (UK mainland only)

Next Day Delivery – £5.00 or FREE for orders over £25

  • Order before 9pm Monday to Thursday for next business day delivery
  • Order Friday to Sunday before 6pm for Monday delivery
  • Orders placed after Sunday at 6pm will be delivered the following Tuesday
Pre-12pm Delivery – £10.00 or £5.00 for orders over £25, to arrive before 12pm on the scheduled days above

Saturday Delivery – £10.00 or £5.00 for orders over £25 & FREE for orders over £75 (order by 6pm Friday)

Sunday delivery – £10.00 or £5.00 for orders over £25 & FREE for orders over £75 (order by 4pm Saturday)

Times may vary for items being delivered directly from the supplier. For more information, please visit our delivery information page Items over 30kg can only be delivered next Business Day Mon-Fri. Orders placed after 9pm Thursday will be delivered the following Monday
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Zinc Rechargeable Work Light IP65 20W 1400lm is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 33.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Gods light for price. Nice and compact. Good bright light.
Date published: 2021-09-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great light Great little light just right for site. Only annoyance is you have to keep tightening up to the screw's on the side
Date published: 2021-06-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Handy cordless light Handy cordless light. Good output and can still be used when charging
Date published: 2021-05-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good value work light Very handy stand alone work light.
Date published: 2021-04-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent light Excellent light bright but not too bright dont know about battery life yet.
Date published: 2021-04-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Handy work light Useful work light with a good light out put and battery life. Good that it can be used when on charge as well.
Date published: 2021-02-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from not worth it. poor quality, plastic caseing, light kept dimming, pin snapped off plug when i pulled it out of electrical socket, took it back after a month and got a refund just wasnt worth what it cost , work mate brought is light while working together and it was so much brighter then mine and is cost less, better work lights at a lower cost.
Date published: 2020-12-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor light output and shockingly poor charger. I'll start off with the specifications of this light. I know a fair bit about lighting products and it often seems the case that the specification given for battery operated LEDs are what the LED is capable of archiving. This could well be a 20w 1400 lumen LED, but it won't use or output remotely close to that even when fully charged. Many manufacturers reduce the power delivered to the LED to significantly reduce heat output to extend the life of the LED chip, but at a consequence of loosing a lot of light. At full brightness when charged, this isn't even as bright as my 10w mains powered LED floodlight that I got for under 20% of what this cost. That claims to be 800 lumen which i would say is accurate. This zinc light in reality is 600 - 700 lumens at most. The LED will likely only be using around 50% of the power it can handle purely to reduce heat and extend the life of the batteries and LED. They could use better batteries and a larger heat sink so compensate for this problem, but that would make it more expensive to build. It is not the only company to do this, but I really don't like it when they claim the output of lamps are what is build in and not mentioning that it isn't capable of remotely close to that. The other concern is a much bigger one. The charger for this is hard to believe that it was actually tested before it came into this country. The live and neutral pins are sleeved as they should be, but the metal tips are over 0.3mm wider than standard UK plugs. May not sound like much, but while the plastic sleeves are the correct dimensions, the metal tips to the eye look obviously wider. Didn't notice this until after I had plugged it in, but it took quite some time and and effort to remove it from the socket. Some older sockets in my house don't seem to even fit this at all! It only gets worse when you open it up and look inside. The wire between the live pin and the transformer has a significant lack of solder at the connection and looks like it is just being held on by a few strands. The wire insulation is also melted part way down from the connection here. Also, while it is luckily after the voltage has been stepped down to 8.4 volts, the two wires had been crushed between the board and plate when it had been put together. It worked, but this could have gone very wrong. It is usable as a light if you use the 12v cigarette lighter adapter to charge it and if you only expect it to be around the performance of an 8 watt LED floodlight, then it is reasonable, just very poor value. But there are so many disadvantages that I just can't recommend it to anyone. Even the supposedly water tight charger port cover is hopeless. It is too narrow to hold itself in the port which basically should rate down it's IP rating. I don't think the charger will be as bad as mine for everyone, but I am certain the light output will be. Just don't be expecting the light output claimed.
Date published: 2020-10-08
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