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Pivotlight~ Drop Light on 2040-parts.com

US $10.00
Location:

Howell, New Jersey, US

Howell, New Jersey, US
:

hi   this is a NEW but dirty  drop light by PIVOTLIGHT  (been sitting in a shed)

according to the box   Dual Voltage    double ball joint movement 

has a permanent magnet in the base  or can be anchored with hook at the top

I would be happy to send more pictures

 

thanks for looking

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