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Milwaukee Penlight 2105

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Part# 12-05709
MFR Model# 2105


Penlight delivers 100 lumens of output for Brighter, Clearer, Easier Inspections. The innovative protective rubber bite zone at the end of the light allows you to safely direct light while performing two-handed tasks. Our LED pen light is IP67 rated, making it waterproof, dustproof, and sealed to withstand the toughest job site conditions. The penlight's lens and 6000 series aircraft aluminum body are impact and corrosion resistant. The penlight’s metal clip easily attaches to your chest or pant pockets for quick access and everyday use. Trueview High Definition output illuminates more of your work area with brighter natural light optimized for high color accuracy.
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  • 100 Lumens of Trueview High Definition Output
  • Trueview High Definition Output provides neutral white color and produces an even beam pattern for clearer visibility
  • IP67 Rated: Waterproof and Dustproof
  • Protective Rubber Bite Zone
  • 6000 Series Aircraft Aluminum Body
  • On/Off and Momentary-On Button
  • Removable Metal Clip
  • Impact and Chemical Resistant Lens
  • Powered by (2) AAA Batteries (Included)
  • Specifications

  • Power Source: Cordless
  • Length: 5.39"
  • Weight: 0.14 lbs
  • Width: 0.65"
  • Lumens: 100
  • IP67 Rated: Waterproof and DustProof
  • Meter Beam Distance: 43
  • Battery: (2) AAA Batteries
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