Rechargeable Spotlight by Stanley®. This powerful hand-held spotlight uses a sealed-lead-acid battery and an automotive-style H3 headlight bulb to provide a light that will reach out for hundreds of feet. You can recharge the battery in a few hours from the wall socket or the 12V power outlet in your vehicle.
- Ultra-bright Halogen beam
- Rubber bezel and handle
- Rechargeable sealed lead-acid gel cell battery
- Carry lanyard
- 120V AC charger UL Listed Class 2, 12V DC charger (500mA)
With halogen lamps like the ones used in your car headlights, and powerful lead-acid batteries, these lights will throw plenty of light for hours between recharges and for years to come. Stop buying disposable batteries! These rugged hand-helds recharge from your vehicle‘s12V power outlet, or 120V power. Sometimes a regular flashlight just doesn’t cut it. A couple of disposable flashlight batteries just don’t have enough energy on board to light up a big enough area, or throw a concentrated beam far enough downrange. That’s when you need a handheld spotlight, one with a reflector as big as a saucer, a rechargeable battery that will keep the lights on for longer than it takes to reset a circuit breaker or change a tire, and a bulb that throws enough light to see what’s going on all the way to the back fence line. Camping, hunting or fishing, security applications, car mechanics and pet owners all have a good use for a high-quality rechargeable flashlight.
The Stanley Works was founded in 1843 in New Britain, Connecticut by Frederick T. Stanley to manufacture door hinges and bolts.. A few years later, in 1857, Frederick's cousin, Henry founded The Stanley Rule and Level Company. In 1910, S. Duncan Black and Alonzo G. Decker started their shop in Baltimore, Maryland, and were awarded a patent 6 years later for the world’s first portable power tool. In 2010 Stanley and Black & Decker combined to form Stanley Black & Decker, to deliver the tools and solutions that industrial companies, professionals, and consumers count on to be successful when it really matters.