Narva's L.E.D Map Reading Light Now with Accessory Plug


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The amazing Narva L.E.D Map Reading Light is now available with an accessory plug at the end of its 250mm flexible arm making it totally versatile.

SYDNEY – May 10, 2013: The new lamp has all the features of the earlier fixed position multi-voltage 9 – 33V lamp with its stylish design and powerful 1W L.E.D light making it ideal for reading in caravans, camper trailers and trucks. The light output provided is a crisp clear light designed to ease eye strain when reading.

To activate the light there is an integrated On/Off switch built into the lens and the flexible arm enables quick and easy light adjustment.

The new Narva flexible reading light has an ultra-low current draw of just 0.18A at 12V, is attractively packaged in a stylish blister pack and carries the Narva 5 year L.E.D Warranty.

Available from leading automotive, transport and recreational vehicle outlets under Narva Part No. 87685BL, the lamp comes with a recommended retail price of approximately $79.00.

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