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Model#: MILN211221

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Milwaukee 2112-21 USB Rechargeable Rover Pocket Flood Light

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Stick It. Wear It. Carry It. Powered by REDLITHIUM USB, the Milwaukee USB Rechargeable ROVER Pocket Flood Light delivers 445 lumens of TRUEVIEW High Definition output, and is capable of all-day runtime, over 2,000 recharges and 3X faster charging via USB. Stick, clip, and carry it anywhere with its dual magnet clip, perfect for mechanical, electrical, H/VAC-R, MRO, and automotive trades. The light is impact and chemical resistant to withstand harsh environments. With two light output modes users can maximize brightness or extend runtime with up-to 11 hours of light on a single charge. The REDLITHIUM USB Battery can be recharged in the light via Micro USB or swapped out with additional REDLITHIUM USB Batteries for virtually no downtime. The Milwaukee USB Rechargeable ROVER Pocket Flood Light is covered by a limited lifetime warranty.
  • 445 Lumens of TRUEVIEW High Definition Output
  • Dual Magnet Clip
  • Impact and Chemical Resistant Lens
  • IP54: Water & Dust Resistant
  • Angled Body for Resting and Directing Light
  • 2 Light Output Modes for Max Brightness or Extended Runtime
  • High Mode: 445 Lumens- 2 Hrs. Low Mode: 100 Lumens- 11 Hrs.
  • Internally Charges REDLITHIUM USB Batteries Through Micro-USB Port
  • 3X Faster Charge Time: 2.1A Charge Rate
  • Get 50% of a Charge in Under 30 Minutes, 80% in Under 1 Hour, and a Full Charge of the REDLITHIUM USB Battery in 2 Hours
  • USB Rechargeable ROVER Pocket Flood Light - 2112-21
  • REDLITHIUM USB Battery - 48-11-2130
  • 2 ft. Heavy Duty Micro-USB Cable


Cordless: Yes
Battery Included: (1) REDLITHIUM USB 2.5Ah
Voltage: 4V
Battery System: REDLITHIUM USB
Battery Warranty: 2 Year Limited Warranty
Ingress Rating: IP54
Light Output (Lumens): 100 - 445
Modes: Low / High
Run Time: 11 Hrs. (Low) / 2 Hrs. (High)
Tool Warranty: Limited Lifetime Warranty
USB Charge Rate: 2.1A



4.8 / 5.0
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This light is AWESOME! I love it. It was a gift from a friend and I use it all the time. For such a small light it is super powerful. And the magnet makes it super convenient. Whether I'm doing some work around the house, grilling burgers on the grill (yup, when I'm grilling at night I'll attach the light to the grill just so I can test to see if the burgers are done) or walking the dog (it makes the pickup much easier at night) this light does the trick. I also love that I don't need to buy/change the batteries. I just plug it in at night and it's good to go the next day.

A excellent device for any home or toolbox.
November 9, 2018
Love it
I got it as a gift. I use it in my garage. Super bright light. Would purchase again. I think it's a good gift item for the holidays.
November 9, 2018
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Vresatile light
Battery longevity pretty amazing on lower power, which still gives ample light for most jobs.
Only 'con' would be that a stronger magnet would make the light more useful
September 11, 2018
3 months ago
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Great little light, fits everywhere, very bright, great color.
I just threw a new stainless muffler under my old Jeep, used this along with my old twin tube fluorescent corded work light. That light is brighter at about 1,600 lumens, but you're limited on where it fits, and the cord's in the way, and it spins around so it's shining in your face. It's bright, but annoying, but was my best work light out of all the ones I've tried. Headlamps are great, but they don't work well with a welding helmet. The super wide, smooth flood on this lights up everything in the area. No rings, spots or shadows, and the color is pure portable daylight. It's right about 4,000k, which is perfect in my opinion. The rear magnet is marginal, it will slide on shiny vertical surfaces, a bit of rubber would probably help the friction, or more/bigger magnets. The end magnet is great, it was super easy to tuck in around the undercarriage to keep it away from the welding heat and out of the way, not snagging on the cord like my other light. I highly recommend it, and I'll be buying another soon. You should have one in your tool bag or box. If you're going to use it all day, I'd recommend an extra battery, or just buy another light and switch them out when it dies. Great light!
July 31, 2018
This light is a great, Use it all the time. Allways in truck or toolbox.
May 11, 2018
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This light is great. It's small with a huge output of light that is easy to position with a magnet to grab onto metal objects. It fits easily into your pocket or a tool belt pouch. Note all the nails get stuck to is but no big deal.
September 22, 2017
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do you post to Australia?
paul S on Nov 13, 2017