New Philips workshop lamps

Published:  02 April, 2018

Philips has launched the RCH19 rechargeable slim lamp and RCH21 rechargeable lamp with docking station. The RCH19 provides bright natural light, along with the flexibly of up to seven hours of cordless use. It has been designed with a 180° rotating light, so the technician can fit the lamp into extremely narrow spaces. The RCH21 rechargeable lamp with docking station features a 90° flippable light module, ensuring 360° illumination. It boasts advanced battery technology, which lasts five times longer than traditional rechargeable batteries, offering 1500 charging cycles instead of the standard 300.
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