Skip links



SKU: VA1E3155CA Categories: , Tag: Availability: In stock


Bright and powerful cordless LED spotlight
The ‘20V Max’ (18V) SKIL 3155 is a powerful cordless LED spotlight that ensures light where you need it during your DIY jobs. It’s equipped with two-step brightness control for extra brightness when required. Switching between the different light settings is simple and only requires the use of one finger. This LED spotlight produces 360 lumens, which can be compared to the brightness of an incandescent light bulb that uses 24W. In contrast to an incandescent light bulb, the SKIL 3155 is energy-saving and more environmental-friendly. For extra working convenience, you can easily adjust the head of the cordless LED spotlight to aim the light in the right direction. This handy feature ensures you have both hands free for the actual DIY job. Last but not least, this tool has a strong, convenient handle with soft grip for easy carrying. The SKIL 3155 CA is supplied without a battery.



It all started in 1921 when inventor Edmond Michel was standing in a sugar cane field in Louisiana, America. There, he saw the workers using machetes to hack their way by hand through the thick, tough sugar cane. It was a heavy, back breaking task. Seeing this, Michel thought there had to be an easier way. And that thought later led to the start of the Skil Corporation. Later, in his workshop in New Orleans, he developed a mechanized machete. But to make the idea work, he saw that the blade somehow had to rotate. He soon started to improve on his first idea, and in 1923 he had developed the world’s first electric hand saw. A New Orleans newspaper covered his invention in a short feature article. Joseph W. Sullivan, a farmland developer, read the article while he was traveling from Minneapolis to Florida. He thought it looked like a great idea, and went straight to New Orleans to track down Edmond Michel.
After further improvements of the electric handsaw, ‘The Michel Electric Handsaw Company’ was started in 1924 by Edmond Michel and Joseph W. Sullivan. They called their revolutionary saw the ‘Skilsaw’.
This website uses cookies to improve your web experience.
Drag & Select