Laser Tools Are Here To Glow Up Your Garage 

And then Laser Tools said, let there be light… 

There may just be nothing more frustrating than trying to replace a serpentine belt only to have the torch you were precariously holding between your teeth fall down the engine and get wedged in between two parts you weren’t even thinking of touching today. 

Well, there’s no more need for makeshift lighting like that anymore, now that Laser Tools have launched yet another product designed specifically to make your job as easy as can be. 

Lightweight and comfortable, this new USB-rechargeable headlight (8330) from the automotive industry hand tools specialists is packed full of features to make sure you get as much out of it as you possibly can.  

The rubber-coated, shock-resistant main body is waterproof and includes an LED spotlight as well as the main COB (chip-on-board) strip light, and while only the spotlight features a strobe function that will come in handy during emergencies, both lights have a high and a low setting.  

A nice little touch from the innovation team on this latest launch is the infrared auto-sensor function allowing the light to be turned on and off with a simple wave of the hand. This is especially useful, as not only do you not have to be fiddling with awkward buttons when you’re crammed in someone’s cupboard under the stairs, but it’ll take much longer to get the light dirty and damaged if you don’t have to touch it every time you want to turn it on. 

It also comes with an adjustable elasticated headband, and the 1200mAh lithium battery at its core is conveniently charged via a USB cable that is included. It offers a working time of 2-6 hours with a charging time of 2 hours

This headlight is ideal for dark working areas and is suitable for use by pretty much anyone, but might be especially helpful for mechanics, mobile repairers, patrolmen and plumbers. It is also ideal for use when camping, running and walking in dim conditions.  

As with all other Laser Tools products, this headlight is CE, UKCA & RoHS compliant, and it’s available now from your Laser Tools stockist. 

If you’d like to see this headlight in action, check out Tools Connection’s video here. 

What do you think of Laser Tool’s latest headlight? Are you more of a traditional torch kind of guy? Get in touch in the comments below and let us know. 

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