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Service Update 20/04/21 – We are currently experiencing extremely high order volumes and are unable to guarantee next day delivery. If you are chasing an order, please allow at least 3-5 working days to pass before getting in touch for an update. Click here for more info.

Scangrip Minimatch

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Original price £91.20
Current price £55.20
SKU SG03.5650
You will earn 552 Slim's Points for buying this product. This will earn you a £2.76 discount on your next order

The Scangrip Minimatch is a powerful rechargeable LED work light with 2 COLOUR LIGHT and high CRI+. With its strong and basic functionality, the new handheld Minimatch provides up to 200 lumen and features 2 colour light (warm and cold), especially useful for bright and dark coloured surfaces.

The lamp is easy to carry in the pocket or in the work belt with the built-in clip, ready at hand for quality check between prep-zone operations. Supplied with a two-step operating option: Step 1 = 100%, step 2 = 50% light output.

Place the lamp anywhere you want during inspection with the turnable sturdy hook or the strong built-in magnet. The flexible lamp head tilts up to 180 degrees.

With its durable construction, the Minimatch is both dust and waterproof. Supplied with solvent resistant glass lens. A battery indicator at the front shows when the battery must be recharged.

Lighting solutions for the painting industry:Being the most comprehensive and sophisticated of its kind in the world, the new generation Scangrip lights for the painting industry are made for colour matching, detailing and general paint work and are usable everywhere a painted surface needs inspection.

CRI+
With our lighting solutions for the painting industry, we're making use of the CRI+ term defined as an average of all 15 R-values. This is the only correct definition of the CRI value to be used for accurate and reliable colour recognition.