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    Utility light

    March 1, 2012

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    The Hang-A-Light 84-watt Fluorescent Magnetic Light is an energy-efficient utility light that uses two 42-watt fluorescent bulbs that produce 6400 lumens, supplying up to a 30-foot lighting range. The low-heat output makes this light cool to the touch, with no exposed glass. It is cUL-listed for use in wet locations.

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