I have owned 4 different work lights, two electric and two battery powered. The Ryobi P795 just so happens to have both options. It’s great to have the source of constant power while also having portable capabilities. With the 360-degree head rotation, it’s easy to aim and position the light source. With a standard ¼ in. x 20 thread, the work light can be attached to a tripod or mounted to virtually any structure.
The adjustable color range brings an interesting take to your everyday work light. These lights are versatile and can be used for many different projects.
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- Hybrid technology allows for unlimited runtime
- Over 24-hours of runtime using an ONE+ high capacity lithium-ion battery
- High (lumen output 1200), medium (lumen output 700), low (lumen output 100)
- Compatible with all 1/4 in. x 20 tripod mounts
- 360° light head rotation for a variety of positions
- Multiple hanging options
- Part of the Ryobi lineup of over 100 ONE+ tools
This is a great example of two is better than one. The Ryobi P795 gives two options to power the light. If you need to work for an extended period of time just use the 120 volt AC Plug otherwise use the Ryobi 18V ONE+ battery. I wish every tool had this hybrid capability.
Pressing the power button allows you to control the power and intensity of the light. The power button is also a knob that functions as the color temperature selector, which transitions from warm white to bright white to daylight. You can easily turn it to adjust the Kelvin color temperature scale. The scale ranges from 2700 – 5000 Kelvin.
There are a total of 8 LED bulbs (4 yellow and 4 orange). The LEDs work together to produce the color temperature. When the dial is positioned to 2700K, only the orange bulbs are on. When the dial is positioned to 5000K the yellow lights are on. There are a variety of different colors in between.
These photos are a quick representation of the Kelvin Color temperature scale in action. One could debate on which color temperature looks better. What I find is that the 5000K (daylight) setting seems accurate when matching colors.
This photo was taken with the dial turned to daylight (2700 Kelvin).
This photo was taken with the dial turned to daylight (5000 Kelvin).
The P795 is equipped with a stand and a knob that allow you to tilt the light up and down. At the bottom of the stand, there are two mounting holes. Finally, there is a tripod mount in the center.
Power Source: AC and 18V One+ Battery
Runtime: 24 hours (lowest setting and with ONE+ Capacity Lithium-Ion Battery)
Lumens Output: High (1200 Lumen), Medium (700 Lumen), Low (100 Lumen)
(8) LED bulbs