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ARB 4x4 Adventure Light

ARB Adventure Light"Night has fallen, you've arrived late to your campsite, you're hungry and tired, and with the day's heavy rain, a campfire is out of the question. With the help of an illuminating 75-watt glow, the versatility of the 16-foot power cord, and the ever practical dual hanging points, the ARB 4x4 Adventure Light has allowed you to set yourself up for a good night's rest. All accomplished with peace of mind that the low 1-amp current draw has not drained your invaluable battery power."

The newest and brightest addition to ARB’s extensive product range is an exceptionally good quality and easy to operate 12-volt fluorescent light, which is ideal for camping, four-wheeling, and various outdoor activities.

Tough, compact and lightweight, the 4x4 Adventure Light will connect to a 12-volt car cigarette lighter socket or a portable battery pack. The light output is stunning, yet has a low current draw of approximately 1 amp.

Practicality is essential for outdoor activities, and the 4x4 Adventure Light is just that: practical. Supplied with a 16-foot power cord with in-line switch, dual hanging points, and a canvas storage bag, the 4x4 Adventure Light is the perfect accessory for outdoor enthusiasts.

Features:
  • Very bright fluorescent long-life tube (equivalent to 75-watt incandescent)
  • Low current draw ~ approx. 1 amp
  • Supplied complete with canvas storage bag
  • Extra long 16-foot power cord with in-line switch
  • Dual hanging points
  • Compact and lightweight
  • Superior value for money compared to other brands
  • Full 2-year warranty

For more information, contact ARB, Dept. ETD, 20 S. Spokane St., Seattle, WA 98134, 206-264-1669 or visit ARB.


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