Max Lumen: 1300
Max Run Time: 40h
Battery: 6 C
This pro series directional pivoting battery-powered LED work light is ultra-bright with an incredible 1300 lumens in high mode. It has 2 modes: high and low for customizable lighting and is capable of running for an astounding 12 hours on high and 40 hours on low. This triangle work light features four powerful magnets at its base and the corners are protected with gripping rubber for secure placement. It also has a hook for convenient hanging and an ergonomic handle provides a comfortable grip. The XP1814 area light is designed with a 225° pivoting broadbeam light that automatically turns off when it’s closed for both ease of use and extended battery life. It utilizes 6 C cell batteries. (not included) You’ll be blown away when you light up the entirety of work or campsite with just one light. It has an incredible runtime and is ultra-bright, making it perfect for lighting up fields, garages, worksites, campsites, and outdoor sporting events.
• Pro series directional pivoting work light
• 1300 lumens on high mode
• 225° directional pivoting broadbeam
• Rugged rubber corners grip to surfaces
• Operates on 6 C cell batteries
• Automatically turns off when closed
• Collapsible hook and is equipped with
• 4 magnets to attach to metal surfaces
LED: Broadbeam LED
Lumens: 460 - 1300
Run Time: 40h - 12h
Beam Distance: 35m - 62m
Battery Count/Size: 6 C
Width: 8.25 in
Height: 4.5 in
Weight: 1.35 lb
The XP1814 has a Limited 90-Day Warranty Against Manufacturer’s Defects.
To submit a warranty claim, please visit our Warranty Page.
Bright 1300 Lumen broadbeam LED technology with 225 degree pivoting capability.
Easily portable with comfortable ergonomic handle. Automatically turns off when closed.
Features a collapsible hook for hanging and a strong magnetic base for secure placement.
Slide and open battery compartment door to insert and replace batteries.
My lighting is durable and tough.
Great concept, good execution of producing a decent product.
Pros it's bright on both settings. It has a carabiner hook to hang it and the 4 corners have magnets which will mount to most flat steel surfaces.
The biggest compliment is that runs on rechargeable ni-metal batteries. I use some from Amazon. On a full charge the batteries will power this light approximately to 2/3 of the rated endurance. With high quality Duracell batteries it will run beyond the rated burn time.
It's outer plastic would appear it's made from ABS plastic. And it has that soft rubberized material that often melts when exposed to brake cleaners, solvents etc.
One spot where i touched it with greasy hands and after cleaning the light I've noticed that soft rubber over mold is a little sticky.
When I move the head about into different positions the light will flicker, it does settle down, however it's a little annoying.
For a tool that has Pro in it's name one would think these issues would be solved.
I guess my least favorite part is the feel in hand. It feels cheap, and just adequate.
Nylon glass plastic without the rubber over molding would make this lighting tool feel like a Pro tool and possibly increase it's performance.
The same goes for the protective lens. It's the cheap feel a actual piece of polycarbonate would enhance this tool.
Overall great concept, decent execution, and useful design.
Would I buy it again? Maybe. It is made in the CCP it would be great if production was sent to Taiwan 🇹🇼. As the overall quality would improve
And I would promote it.
God Bless America
Have great day🤠
The beautiful flashlight, Thank you for the attention given to me in relation to the product. they have excellent customer service !!!! THANK YOU
Product seems to be good quality construction and can be supported / mounted 3 different ways. Powerful high beam is approx. equal to a 100 watt bulb and low beam approx. a 40 watt bulb. Design is well thought out but would love one improvement. When carrying the unit by the handle that portion of the unit (which includes the bulb) swivels around. A small sliding or swivel lever that holds that portion stable would be one solution. Will be testing the longevity of batteries on an upcoming trip.
Hi Dale, thank you for your feedback. We will pass this along to our product development team.