Nightstick's 1000-Lumen XPR-5592 IS-Certified Scene Light Outshines All Other Floodlights

Powerful, waterproof portable area light features long-lasting lithium-ion power and hands-free rare-earth magnet base

WYLIE, Texas - Sept. 12, 2019 - PRLog -- Nightstick, a global manufacturer of innovative, professional lighting products is pleased to announce their new 1,000 Lumen Nightstick XPR-5592GX LED Rechargeable Area/Scene Light with Magnetic Base, and 1,000 Lumen Nightstick XPR-5592GCX Rechargeable LED Area Light Kit which includes a 6-foot tripod, both with a durable carrying case.

Generating a scene-filling 1,000 lumens of light on high and 500 lumens on low via a single sealed toggle switch, the safety-rated yet powerful Nightstick XPR-5592GX weighs only 4.25 pounds thanks to its lightweight polymer body. Leveraging lithium-ion rechargeable battery technology to provide up to 17 hours of continuous usable light on a single charge, the XPR-5592GX also features a powerful rare-earth magnet in the supporting base. With hands-free use and lightweight rechargeable portability in mind, this area light will swivel independently to position light exactly where needed and at angles not available in traditional fixed position scene lighting.

"The Nightstick XPR-5592GX fills a major void in the intrinsically-safe certified market today by offering a Class I Div 1, 1,000-lumen rechargeable area/scene light that hard-working oil and gas and other HAZ-LO professionals can afford," says Russell Hoppe, Marketing Director for Nightstick. "Additional convenience factors like our hands-free magnet base and rugged, lightweight glass-filled nylon body make the XPR-5592GX an uncontested winner. Nightstick is committed to innovating the most durable and value-packed safety-rated area when Life Depends on Light™."

The lightweight glass-filled nylon frame keeps this area scene light cool to the touch while the adjustable handle provides options to carry, hang, adjust and reposition light as needed in the field. Drop rated at two meters with an IP-67 dustproof/waterproof rating, the XPR-5592GX is also backed up with Nightstick's one-year limited warranty.

Nightstick model XPR-5592GX includes the LED area light with AC and DC power supplies. The Nightstick XPR-5592GCX light kit includes the LED area light, a 6-foot aluminum tripod with cam-lock adjusters, and AC & DC power supplies all inside a rugged molded carrying case.

To learn more, visit www.nightstick.com.

About NIGHTSTICK®

Designed and manufactured by Bayco Products, Inc., Nightstick is a global brand of professional lighting products, including flashlights, headlamps and Intrinsically Safe lighting solutions that continue to exceed industry standards in performance, quality, user-safety, and value.

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