Smith-Victor K2RA 3-Light 1800 Watt Portable Attache Kit (120-240V AC)

Smith-Victor K2RA 3-Light 1800 Watt Portable Attache Kit (120-240V AC)

Smith-Victor K2RA 3-Light 1800 Watt Portable Attache Kit (120-240V AC)

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Smith-Victor K2RA 3-Light 1800 Watt Portable Attache Kit (120-240V AC)

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  • 1800 Total Watts, 120V Bulbs
  • Three 700SG Flood Lights
  • Stands, Kit Case
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This Smith-Victor K2RA 3-Light 1800 Watt Portable Attache Kit is a basic, lightweight, yet powerful lighting kit with bulbs, stands, and a kit case. It's easy to set up and transport. The etched reflectors provide smooth, clear lighting over a 40° beam spread. The lighting units are for limited duration applications.

Although this kit is supplied for use with 120 AC voltage, it can function with 220-240 voltage, with the appropriate optional bulbs, adapter plugs or cables.

Housing
Hand spun aluminum housing usable in photo and video applications
Reflector
Soft-grain spun to provide years of professional use
UPC: 037733001554
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Smith-Victor K2RA 3-Light 1800 Watt Portable Attache Kit (120-240V AC)
  • 3 x 700SG 600 Watt Quartz Light (120 V) uwubxababwxtcuarrrwrxtevdfry
  • 3 x DYH Lamp - 600 Watts/120 Volts
  • 3 x RS6 Aluminum Light Stand (6')
  • 650 Travel Case (13 x 24 x 8")
  • "Imaging with Light" guide
  • One Year Manufacturer's Warranty
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    Smith-Victor K2RA specs

    Rating Each Head: 600 Watts maximum
    Socket (Lampholder) Miniature 2-pin (G5.3)
    Lens (Condenser) Not Applicable
    Reflector (Mirror) Etched aluminum
    Mounting Universal 3/8" - 5/8"
    Yoke Not Applicable
    Cable 10' (3 m) 2 wire, Edison plug
    Focusing Not Applicable
    Weight Each Head: 1.1 lb (0.5 kg)
    Dimensions Each Head: 3.75 x 3.75 x 6.5" (9.9 x 9.9 x 16.8 cm)
    Kit Weight 18.7 lbs (8.5 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 18.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 28.0 x 12.6 x 12.0"

    Smith-Victor K2RA reviews

    K2RA 3-Light 1800 Watt Portable Attache Kit (120-240V AC) is rated 2.5 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from After 3 years they are disintrigrating After I bought these in 2006 I used them for a primary, then a backup kit. I upgraded to some omni and tota lights by Lowell, but these worked well for me (I wrote the review, Zen from New Jersey). Well after 3 years of use, I had a bulb blow on me today (others have blown in the past, no big deal usually). When I removed the lens and bulb the light housing disintegrated in my hand like old bakelite -- it literally crumbled into black sand in my hands. The ring that held the lens in place was no longer there. The heat from the bulb cooked this housing inside and out to the point of it falling apart. When I checked my other two lights, I noticed similar pieces were dried out and broken off the light. I've used the same brand and wattage of bulbs (600W Ushio) since I bought the kit. So, overall, this seemed like a good kit that cost me about $100 a year over 3 years before today -- it more than paid for itself, but I'm taking it down to 1 stars for the product simply falling apart from being built from shoddy materials. Inexcusable. The last thing was, the lights always smelled bad when in use and sometimes smoked. There was a note on each light at purchase that said this was the coating on the housing curing. To me it smelled like a few rubber bands frying on an electric stove top. I guess that smell was these casings burning up slowly over time. So, for $300 you get what you pay for. Other light kits (tota lights, omni lights) can be purchased used online for around the same dough which will serve you longer. Buyer Beware. -zen (now in Kansas City)
    Date published: 2009-12-03
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Decent Cheap Kit I bought this kit almost six years ago and it has gone through some HEAVY use. It has plastic connections that Ive had to repair with epoxy a few times, but for the price it has been a very able little kit. I am just now on looking for an upgrade to replace it.
    Date published: 2008-03-12
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