2017 Latest Design LED Rechargeable outdoor working lamp 20W – Strobe Work Light

2017 Latest Design 
 LED Rechargeable outdoor working lamp 20W – Strobe Work Light

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We are a direct Manufacturer of all kinds of LED flood light, LED working light, LED sensor light, LED portable and rechargeable working light, LED high bay light, LED tunnel light, LED street light and flood light bracket. The specific products can suit customer’s requirements. Our products are also affordable and of high-quality. Our service is tailored for night fishing, camping, emergency lighting and so on. 

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RB-T1002

Power(W) 10 20 30 50 100
Size(CM)

14.5*16.5*26

21.5*18.5*31

34*25.5*20

35*28.5*22.5

55*45.5*23

Lithium battery

7.4V    8.8Ah
Charging time 4hours
Charging Voltage DC8.4V
Running time 3hours
Luminous flux >70  LM/W
View angle 120°
CRI >80
Color temperature 2700-7000K
IP Rating IP65
Light source COB/SMD

Function

ON/OFF button or high light/ low light switch
Certificate CE/RoHS

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We are a direct Manufacturer of all kinds of LED flood light, LED working light, LED sensor light, LED portable and rechargeable working light, LED high bay light, LED tunnel light, LED street light and flood light bracket. The specific products can suit customer’s requirements. Our products are also affordable and of high-quality. Our service is tailored for night fishing, camping, emergency lighting and so on.

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  • NEW STATE! Virginia! Damascus, a town world famous for its TRAIL DAYS festival, has a population of just 814 (2010), but every May, swells with over 20,000 partying hikers who take over the whole town and form a giant tent city! *Please click ‘SHOW MORE’ below for more notes about this video…

    The Hiker’s Parade is a tradition where stinky hikers walk through town, while being hosed-down by locals with overgrown water guns (water balloons are now outlawed). In 2013, an elderly man accidently drove his car into the crowd of people, injuring 60. (https://youtube.com/watch?v=rvGJaav55RY). Official festival info: (http://traildays.us).

    (0:45) White blazes lead you right through town. I was excited to be here, but ended up walking back into the woods just 4 hours later, dejected. (http://wikipedia.org/wiki/Damascus%2C…).

    Goal #1: Blitz the 8 miles to the post office in time to retrieve my drop box, with food and my VA guidebook section inside, before they closed at 12:00. Of course, they closed a half hour early! I could hear workers still in the back, but knocked with no answer. BUMMER!

    (0:56) YARD SALE DAY! Almost every house in the whole neighborhood had set up a maze of folding tables, covered with anything and everything. I had fun looking for some rare A.T. souvenir but was kind of hard caring my backpack and hiking poles.

    I eBay for a living and always keep an eye out for treasure. I saw were hand carved walking sticks, old backpacks, and even a few local arrowheads. But nothing worthy of a purchase and the hassle of adding it to my backpack, or mailing home (not that the PO was open anyway).

    There were TONS of people everywhere and it was a culture shock. I did buy a BBQ sandwich, a few pops, and some homemade brownies from various stands run by Girl Scouts, church groups, etc.

    The restaurants were all full of tourists and bargain hunters. So I just got a loaf of bread, baloney, salsa, and a bag of chips, and enjoyed my second lunch at a picnic table.

    Goal #2: Wash clothes. Easy right? Wrong! There is NO public laundry in the most “hiker friendly” town on earth!

    The only way to get this necessary chore done is to stay overnight in one of the local hostels. Or pay for an overly elaborate system where your fill a basket with clothes, leave them overnight for someone to pick up and wash, then retrieve them the next morning. I only have a few articles of clothing, what am I supposed to do? Walk around naked?

    ‘Shaggy’ (a look-a-like of the character on Scooby Doo) and his pretty, redhead girlfriend were in town. They were staying at ‘The Place’ and I went over to visit and maybe stay the night.

    (2:13) The Place is a big house – turned hostel and owned by the local Methodist Church. There’s wood planked bunks inside, no heat, and very little lighting or electricity. It had been a hostel for years and most hikers had only praise for it. Notice tents out back.

    A 1985 postcard of THE PLACE (with a discarded couch in front: (http://i936.photobucket.com/albums/ad…).

    Goal #3: Get a hot shower! The big guy in charge, ‘Bayou’, was very leery of me. I snaped a few pics as he was snickering at my small pack and asking lots of questions. He actually thought I was a homeless person, looking to steal something or otherwise cause trouble (a surprising, recurring theme for me?)

    I tried to explain that I was indeed thru-hiking, and to reassure him, paid the $7 to stay the night (supposedly with full hostel privileges). But I was only allowed to go into a hall and take my (disappointingly cold) shower. My backpack had to stay outside, and then basically, I was asked to leave. Whatever dude. I didn’t want to stay in this stinky place anyway!

    Maybe I’m just paranoid, but I felt very unwelcome in this town. I also got dirty looks and very little cooperation at a gas station just trying to buy aspirin, from an impatient librarian when I tried to use the (painfully slow) internet, and from the Dollar Store attendant were I bought my lunch and resupply.

    I had to go to all three different outfitters, before I found alcohol for my stove. I also looked at buying new shoes and a replacement guide book, but prices were all jacked up and the preppy teenage employees, gave me a bad vibe.

    The town actually seemed geared more toward bicycle tourists who pay to get shuttled a few miles to the top of a hill in 20 passenger vans, pulling long trailers loaded with identical mountain bikes. Then they ride down The Creeper Trail (with almost no pedaling) and back into town to return their rented bikes and hang out at ice cream shops.

    I really did not want to dislike Damascus, but I got very little done here and it was not the warm welcome that I was expecting. Too beat-down to try and find another place to spend the night, I ascended back up into the mountains, as it started to rain.

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    Elderly walkers take advantage of the constant temperature and safe environment at the Sunrise Mall where they walk most mornings from 8-10am before the shops open for business.

    A good manufacturers, we have cooperated twice, good quality and good service attitude.






















    5 Stars By Emma 2016-3-28 12:27
    The factory workers have a good team spirit, so we received high quality products fast, in addition, the price is also appropriate, this is a very good and reliable Chinese manufacturers.

    5 Stars By Wendy 2016-9-11 19:11

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