• (1) 2132-20 M12® ROCKET™ Dual Power Tower Light
• Light head rotates 210° and pivots 270° for light in any direction
• 45% smaller footprint than M18® ROCKET™ Tower Lights
• Collapses down to 31" with three side handles for easy transportation and storage
• Impact resistant, reinforced legs
• Protective guard secures head during transport and storage
• Low battery indicator flashes when battery pack is low
• Length: 5.75"
• Height: 30.5"
• Width: 5.5"
MORE PORTABLE. ALL-DAY OPERATION - The M12® ROCKET™ Dual Power Tower Light has the lightest weight in its class and a 45% smaller footprint than M18® ROCKET™ Tower Lights that allows it to be easily carried and setup in the most confined spaces. The 2132-20 extends 5'8" to provide 1,400 Lumens of TRUEVIEW™ High Definition Output on high mode and 700 Lumens on low mode. When powered by an M12® REDLITHIUM™ XC6.0 battery pack, it runs up to 10 hours on a single charge or can be plugged into an extension cord for all-day operation. After deployment, the 2132-20 is supported by impact-resistant, reinforced legs that form a compact base with a low center of gravity to help survive any jobsite.
This light is super awesome for unfinished basements and places like that but after a couple of times of using it i noticed it wasnt turning on. So after some inspecting i noticed on of the metal connector poles in the battery area was missing and it looked like it was broken clean off so ill have to check one of my batterys to see if its stuck in there. Really liked using this light, i dont know if it is just mine or if its a common problem
As an electrician, I spend time working in the dark (literally, not metaphorically! ) I've used all different kinds, from brooder lights to head lights and a lot between. This light can light a room very well, and even works great outdoors. As with other Milwaukee LED lamps, the light quality is great and easy on the eyes. Since it is self-supporting, I can use it anywhere without fumbling around for a place to mount it. Yet, it is very compact when collapsed. I like how balanced it is when I carry it. The fact its dual powered gives much flexibility.
There are a couple of things that don't work for me, which bums me out. Hitting the final stops when extending it is hit or miss. This means a lot of times a gnat could simply fart on it and the light head will slide down on its own. I fear the catch on it will loosen to point where the head won't stay up. Other times the head won't slide down when I'm done using it, only sliding after some effort. I do note the tripod itself is robust and I've not observed any instability.
My other quibble, as noted by others is that it is difficult to remove the battery. A charger would be cool, but I suspect it would add weight and increase the size, thereby removing significant size advantages.
I would recommend this, even with the sliding down issue. It's that good of a product. However, I would be grateful if Milwaukee can find a reasonable solution to this. It would then be an unbeatable product.
I use it in mechanical rooms. I mainly use the plug in feature; unless theres no outlet around. Light collapses too easily, but whatever...
I've had this light for a couple weeks now and overall I am very pleased. It was actually brighter than I thought it was going to be a easily lights up an entire bedroom. The only downfall is that I can barely remove the battery. I literally had to take it to work so I could old the light while my co worker tried to take the battery out. So now I just use the plug in feature.
Can’t believe how bright this light is.!! And it doesn’t throw off any heat like Halogen lights.. I’ll definitely be getting a few more...
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