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Pelican ProGear 9420 LED Work Light Sweepstakes [EXPIRED]

Submitted by on August 27, 2013 – 7:34 amNo Comment

[EXPIRED] Unfortunately, the Pelican ProGear 9420 LED Work Light Sweepstakes has concluded. Follow the Pelican Products Facebook and/or @PelicanProducts Twitter for future contest and giveaway opportunities. 

We are giving away one of our cordless, collapsible, lightweight, portable, and above all, powerful Pelican ProGear 9420 LED Work Lights, and entry is easy! Simply input your email address below, and check back on Tuesday, September 10, when the winner will be announced on the Pelican Products Facebook page.

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work light, portable work light, sweepstakes

Deploying from a compact 29” for hauling to 5 feet standing up in a matter of seconds, the 9420 has a beam spread of 58” and a run time of 2 to 4 hours, depending on your brightness setting. The versatile 9420 LED Work Light is perfect for anything and everything, from an attic remodel to a car restoration to a nighttime tailgate. Check out the 9420, the ultimate portable work light, below:

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