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Craftsman Cordless Rechargeable Work Light with 35 LED Lights EXPIRED

Corwin 25,737 May 3, 2013 at 05:25 AM in Home & Home Improvement (4) More Sears Deals
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Promoted 06-01-2013 at 08:17 AM View Original Post
Update: Back in stock

Sears.com has Craftsman Cordless Rechargeable Work Light with 35 LED Lights (73904) for $15.74. Select free in-store pickup or get Free Shipping with your Shop Your Way Max (Free Trial). Thanks Corwin76

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Updated: The deal is back again for those who missed it before.

Sears has the Craftsman Cordless Rechargeable Work Light with 35 LED Lights for $15.74 (Reg. $34.99). Pickup in-store for free, shipping is not available at this time.
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Cordless LED Work Light Eases Jobs in Dark SpacesFeaturing a durable plastic lens and body as well as an instant-on switch, theCraftsman rechargeable LED work light is exactly what you need to illuminate your next project. It's perfect for fitting in tight, dark spaces where other lights just won't reach. Whether your work takes you under the car or behind the fridge, you'll never be tethered by a cord. This light goes wherever you do. Yet, you can still keep both hands free to focus on the task at hand by hanging the light by its swivel hook or magnet, both of which rotate 360 degrees. TheCordless LED Work Light features almost three dozen LED lights. Plus, the end of the light doubles as a spotlight. Repower anytime with one of two included chargers.
  • Craftsman rechargeable LED work light comes with a 1-year warranty
  • AC and DC chargers included
  • Weighs just 2.5 lbs.
  • 35 individual LED lights
  • LED lights and spotlight can operate at the same time for maximum brightness
  • Features both a magnet and a hook for hands-free use
  • Main handle grip is at the bottom
  • Color: Black
  • Not waterproof

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#91
Quote from sleepyhead87 View Post :
All in all, you are paying $15 for a work light. It works. No, it will not be gold plated and diamond encrusted, it won't tell you the answer to life, nor will it be made of indestructo-tanium.
ZOMG Wut!? But why not?!? All my other $15 gadgets are that way, why not this one!!??!?
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#92
Quote from maltboy View Post :
Maybe some people are satisfied with poorly made junk because it looks pretty and is cheap. Maybe 25% bad reviews would tell some people that there may be some quality issues with this item. Maybe some other people would rather try to rationalize dozens of bad reviews.
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Not much. I had mine attached to the side of the garage fridge about 3 feet off the ground. Magnet failed (surprise!) and it fell about 3 feet. It broke in half. You can get a CREE LED flashlight with a rechargeable lithium battery from DealExtreme for $15 that blows this POS out of the water.
And to you sir, I say haters going to hate. I suspect your facts considering my own light has taken much more abuse with little to show for it. Maybe you got a bad one, maybe you got it from HD like that other guy (lol), or maybe you're just bored. To each his own, comparing a flashlight a worklight is like comparing a bicycle to a motorcycle. Sure they have similar characteristics such as being a 2 wheeled mode of transportation, but their principles and purposes are completely different.
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#93
Quote from stormlight View Post :
Make sure you also try REI LED REI LED. lol, this guy is messing with ya.

Look just search

LED REI LED REI and it pops up.
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Beer. Its whats 4 dinner.
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#94
Quote from sleepyhead87 View Post :
To each his own, comparing a flashlight a worklight is like comparing a bicycle to a motorcycle. Sure they have similar characteristics such as being a 2 wheeled mode of transportation, but their principles and purposes are completely different.
Yes, because a worklight is used to provide light where it's needed, and the purpose of a flashlight is "completely different"! Don't try to use a flashlight to illuminate stuff or serious injury could occur!

Quote from sleepyhead87 View Post :
Maybe you got a bad one, maybe you got it from HD like that other guy (lol), or maybe you're just bored.
Or maybe I, and the 30 other people who left negative reviews, have legitimate issues with this product - poor switch quality, weak magnet, poor battery life, and fragile/cheap materials to name a few.

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And to you sir, I say haters going to hate.
You're confusing hate with a fact based argument. Learn the definition of hate and try again.
FAIL
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Quote from maltboy View Post :
Yes, because a worklight is used to provide light where it's needed, and the purpose of a flashlight is "completely different"! Don't try to use a flashlight to illuminate stuff or serious injury could occur!
I won't even bother breaking it down for you. Ponder this for a few years, if flashlights were no different or vastly superior for that matter, why do work lights exist?

Quote from maltboy View Post :
Or maybe I, and the 30 other people who left negative reviews, have legitimate issues with this product - poor switch quality, weak magnet, poor battery life, and fragile/cheap materials to name a few.
Or maybe, you should stop omitting relevant statistics like how me and countless other people in this thread AND 100 of those reviewers have vouched for the light. Many stating quite the opposite with all your "issues". Magnet isn't as strong as I'd like it to be, but again, for $15 what do you expect? (that was a rhetorical question you obviously expect too much)

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You're confusing hate with a fact based argument. Learn the definition of hate and try again.
FAIL
Your "fact based argument" has been nothing short of fallacies on your end. Maybe you should learn the definition of a fallacy and its various forms and try again. Quit spamming the thread with your nonsense.
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#96
If you are looking for a good work light that is bright as heck, durable (been dropped on concrete from about 4ft), stands on its own, rechargeable, has very strong magnets, 180* tilt head, 360* swivel head, and holds its charge well, look at one of these, but keep in mind you get what you pay for.
http://www.maxxeon.com/led_profes..._2000.html
this is about as cheap as you'll find it
http://www.tooldiscounter.com/Ite...AXMXN02000
I am professional auto tech, I have earlier model of this, a 1400 and I couldn't be happier!
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#97
I have this one, and I'm getting another one since I lost the AC adapter for it. Ity works well, my only grips is that the on off button is hard to press, especially when it is cold. other than that it is light, bright and the magnetic clip is very handy
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been there, saved that...
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#98
Quote from DQue View Post :
Weed can jeopardize your long-term memory!laugh out loud HD version is a white and much shorter light, more like a flashlight than a worklight.

damn, even the white lights aren't as long...
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Death By Tray It Shall Be
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#99
Quote from maltboy View Post :
Yes, because a worklight is used to provide light where it's needed, and the purpose of a flashlight is "completely different"! Don't try to use a flashlight to illuminate stuff or serious injury could occur!



Or maybe I, and the 30 other people who left negative reviews, have legitimate issues with this product - poor switch quality, weak magnet, poor battery life, and fragile/cheap materials to name a few.



You're confusing hate with a fact based argument. Learn the definition of hate and try again.
FAIL


Try the criticisms again wiithout the Dal...er Rusty Shackleford avatar. Stick Out Tongue ( I miss KotH Sadwalk The Goode Family was an abomination )


Honestly, I think both sides have validity here. Not the first time Sears/Craftsman item has a bunch of awesome reviews mixed in with a better than fair amount of folks complaining they got a turd. Wonder if all of these are manufactured in the same place.

Thanks for the heads up on the issues and Repped!

I think I will risk getting a steamer. I live in America's wang over by the nutsack so the cold/switch issue shouldn't be a problem for me and if I am not dropping stuff I'm losing it. There's a good chance I will screw it up long before it has a chance to fail on me.
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repped, thanks
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#101
Quote from gbfan10 View Post :
Had this and it lasted only a couple of months. It would blink and not stay on. Sears wouldn't take it back.
Quote from KinKin View Post :
Anybody else actually own this? Some review are really (all consistent reviews) bad.
I guess it's hit or miss. Mine gets used infrequently; but I've not had any problems in the couple of years I've had it. If I didn't already have this AND the corded counterpart, I'd jump on this deal. Just very handy--the HVAC guys always comment on mine when I 'back them up' with this light while they're checking the furnace/fans, etc.
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#102
I used it today to fix my car and then climb up the attic for some check-ups. Love it! very bright and the magnet on the light is super handy underneath the car!

This light is also very useful when the power goes out. You hang the light on the metal exhaust hood vent and cook your food as usual (assuming your stove uses gas, which won't be affected by the power outage)
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#103
Repped!
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#104
I picked up the pair that I ordered today and think they're a great buy. I don't seem to have any issues with the switch on either one. I've been using a pair of HF versions [harborfreight.com] for probably something like 5 years and only recently have there been any problems (the clear tube cracked and now slides off the light handle/led pcb board). These were cheaper and seem a bit more versatile with the flashlight end (although I think the HF magnet might be stronger). I don't think you can complain much for $15.
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#105
You can find one that is better at REI!!! was FP a few weeks ago.
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