Philips Xperion 6000 Flood Lights recognised with Red Dot & IF accolades

July 14, 2023
Philips Xperion 6000 Flood Lights recognised with Red Dot & IF accolades
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Three Philips Xperion 6000 Flood series, lights launched in late 2022, have been honoured with two highly esteemed international design awards for 2023: The Red Dot and the IF Design Awards.


The Red Dot award recognises products that demonstrate outstanding design and the Red Dot jurors praised the Xperion 6000 Flood Lights functionality and ability to create an optimised working environment. 

Concept, function, and adaptability are the areas in which the Philips Flood lights scored highest for the iF Design Award jurors. Both competitions attract thousands of entries annually and are judged by design experts worldwide. 

Created with input from car mechanics, the three Philips Xperion 6000 Flood light series bring a unique smart-zoom function and high-performance LED illumination to the workshop market. The professional Philips Flood, Flood Audio, and Flood Mini work lights help mechanics and other auto professionals see almost anywhere, and offer the durability, flexibility, and battery lifetime expected from professional-grade equipment.

Every Philips Xperion 6000 Flood light offers a variable beam: a wide-angle homogeneous beam for illuminating large areas and a focused beam that concentrates illumination to small areas providing superior contrast and brightness that is ideal for detailed inspections.

With the Philips Xperion Flood or Flood Audio, professionals can remotely power the light on or off by simply waving a hand, and thanks to a smart motion-detection function, the light will respond. Their “smart handle” can be used as a support to hold the light up by itself; as a hook to hang the light from; can be screwed onto a tripod, or attached to any metal surface with its integrated magnets.

To find out more, please visit: Philips.com/Xperion-6000
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