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PARMIDA LED Dual-Head Work Light with 6ft Adjustable Tripod Stan

$86

PARMIDA LED Dual-Head Work Light with 6ft Adjustable Tripod Stan


Product Description

construction light led
Adjustable stand
Detachable

DETACHABLE HEAD

These work lights can be removed and used separately as a portable light.

Detachable

Detachable

Angle

Angle Adjustment

Switch

On/Off Switch

PARMIDA LED Dual-Head Work Light with 6ft Adjustable Tripod Stan


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