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Old 12-27-2008, 05:30 PM
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Question Looking for a LED Rechargeable Work Light

I am looking for a good one for the boat,truck and shop.I wonder if they put out as much light as a 100w bulb? I'm sure someone here has already researched this.

I saw some 110v on the Snap on truck a few years back, it was made by Ferret Instruments Inc.It looked to be high quality.Did a goggle didn't find any,I'm wanting one thats bright and not a long tube, like for under the dash size.

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The sears one looked like a cheap import to me,

better than this
http://www.overstock.com/Auto-Parts/...4/product.html
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Try Craftsman I got one that is about 1 foot long and doubles as a flashlight comes with 110 charger and 12 volt charger

does a nice job for me
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Check out the Northern Tool cordless 60 lite LED
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I bought an rechargeable LED trouble light form Sam's about $25 can't beat it. It takes abuse, not fragile like flourescent units.
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I have a 60 led work light that i got from MARK TERRY aka DOCK HOLIDAY. Give him a call at 704-881-0031. T his is without a doubt the best worklight you will ever own.Comes with both chargers.
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I bought an rechargeable LED trouble light form Sam's about $25 can't beat it. It takes abuse, not fragile like flourescent units.
Thats probably the same one I picked up from Sams. Its a good light. Not sure if the equivalent of a 100 watt bulb though.
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Check out the Northern Tool cordless 60 lite LED

I read tru the reviews,some were saying not very bright,DOA,etc,

I am guessing the light is just shooting out one side ,or are the lights in a tube shooting light out 360 degree's??????

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I bought an rechargeable LED trouble light form Sam's about $25 can't beat it. It takes abuse, not fragile like flourescent units.

the one I found there was only a 26 led light
http://www.samsclub.com/shopping/nav...=5&item=355166
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Try Craftsman I got one that is about 1 foot long and doubles as a flashlight comes with 110 charger and 12 volt charger

does a nice job for me

I looked at the Craftsman kinda looking for better quality maybe brighter,I know they make different type led bulbs,some brighter than other,

maybe there all about the same quality lights???

35 leds
http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_03473904000P


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Here's another one on overstock. Bigger battery. Buying site unseen it's hard to determine quality until you put it in your hands. Overstock's return policy is killer, so it my be worth it to give it a shot.

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