Ring launches slimmest ever inspection lamp
Technicians can now get light into the narrowest spaces in the engine bay, with the new Ring RIL3900HP MAGflex Pivot LED Inspection Lamp. At just 6mm thick, it is Ring’s slimmest ever inspection lamp – designed to help get light into as many hard to see spots as possible. It also features the signature MAGflex pivot and ratchet movement, which allows the light to be positioned exactly where it is needed.
Designed with the professional workshop in mind, the MAGflex Pivot combines small size with exceptional light output. Foldable and pocket-sized, it has been developed to be easy to carry around the workshop, and once folded, the lens is protected against scratches and damage. With a light output of 400 lumens, it is exceptionally bright for illuminating dark areas. The white light – with a colour temperature of 6000K – provides a comfortable working environment, and the multiple magnets and hanging hook allow for hands-free use, often a necessity when working in an engine bay or under a ramp. The lamp is cordless and rechargeable, with mains charger included.
Workshop Lighting Product Manager Jim Gross says: “Ring’s slimmest ever inspection lamp has been developed to meet all the criteria needed by professionals: it provides exceptional illumination, is super slim to access hard-to-see areas, pocket-sized and versatile – it can twist and flex to get light where it is needed most. At just 6mm thick, we’ve taken LED technology and applied to a slim, robust lamp designed with professionals in mind."
The MAGflex Pivot joins the award-winning MAGflex range, which has proven popular among professionals thanks to its excellent light output and versatility. For technicians, it is essential that workshop equipment is resilient enough to be used all day, every day, in a demanding garage environment. Therefore, Ring extensively tests all its products in its on?site ISO:9001?accredited Quality Assurance facilities, to ensure that they perform to the high standard needed by its customers.