Metabo HPT 18V LED Work Light

Metabo HPT 18V LED Work Light

Metabo HPT Expands Its Lighting Lineup With an 18V LED Work Light

As we’re heading into the winter months, the sun doesn’t like to do us any favors by staying out late. That’s when we turn to other light sources to help our teams stay productive. Metabo HPT’s lineup of lighting solutions grows with the addition of the 18V LED Work Light. Find out how its many brightness settings could be exactly what your team needs to keep up with demands.

Metabo HPT 18V Work Light: The Big Deal

The UB18DBQ4 work light features a whopping 30 brightness settings, ranging from 350 lumens to 2,000 lumens. This provides you with more brightness settings than any other Metabo HPT light. While Metabo HPT does have a 10,000-lumen work light with 15 brightness settings, this one is less than half the price and will still provide a decent amount of light.

On the lowest light setting, you can expect to achieve up to 32 hours of runtime on a charge using an 18V/36V MultiVolt Lithium Ion 5.0/2.5Ah battery. This number goes down to 5 hours of runtime when on its brightest light setting.

The UB18DBQ4 work light features 360° adjustability and includes an integrated freestanding base. Additionally, you have to option to install it on a tripod (sold separately) using the 5/8-inch threaded screw hole. You can also hang it up using the included hanging hook.

Metabo HPT emphasized a compact and lightweight design when making this work light. It weighs just 2.6 pounds bare, making it easy to carry from one area to another while on the job.

Additional Features

  • Battery charge indicator
  • IP54 rated— resistant against water and dust

Metabo HPT 18V Work Light Price

The UB18DBQ4 work light retails for $99 and it’s available at your favorite Metabo HPT retailer. Metabo HPT backs your purchase with a 2-year tool body warranty.


  • Model: Metabo HPT UB18DBQ4
  • Length: 6 7/16 in
  • Width: 5 9/16 in
  • Height: 8 1/4 in
  • Weight: 2.6 lbs (w/out battery)
  • Voltage: 18V

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