Lumileds launches Philips Xperion 3000 LED work lights

Designed for durability, reliability, and affordability, Xperion 3000 LED work lights include advanced features that make the lights more useful to DIYers and auto service professionals alike.

Lumileds, a leading lighting solutions company, has just introduced the new line of Philips Xperion 3000 LED work lights. Designed for durability, reliability, and affordability, Xperion 3000 LED work lights include advanced features that make the lights more useful to DIYers and auto service professionals alike.

Xperion 3000 lights are IK and IP rated for resistance to impact, water, and dust. Their grip surfaces retain excellent grip even in the presence of grease and oils. Many of the Xperion 3000 work lights are equipped with integrated magnets and 360° rotating hooks, leaving hands free for the job.

The Xperion 3000 LED line includes 10 work lights, nine of which are powered by rechargeable lithium batteries. The Xperion 3000 Pen eco is powered by three AAA batteries. The “Pillar” hand-held work light includes a powerful main work light as well as a spotlight. The Xperion 3000 “Slim” is a hand-held light that features a folding light panel with main and spotlight illumination. The 3000 “Zoom” resemble a flashlight, but features a tilting light with variable zoom focus and powerful magnetic mounting.

The Xperion 3000 “Line” is a full-size professional style inspection light with hook and magnet mounting options. The Xperion 3000 “Pocket” is a palm-sized lamp with two output modes and a folding hang hook. The Xperion 3000 “Headlamp” is a wearable headband work light with two light sources and three output modes. The Xperion 3000 “Flood” is a small but powerful projector work light with three output modes. It can also be used as a power bank to run other devices. The Xperion 3000 “Penlight” combines a broad inspection light and a handy spotlight for tight spaces.

“Our new Philips Xperion 3000 LED work lights provide professional quality and lighting performance at price points that most any DIYer can afford,” says Aubry Baugh, Senior Manager, Aftermarket Marketing Leader, NA. “We anticipate strong demand for the lights as they represent an excellent combination of value, quality, and performance.”


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