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Craftsman Cordless Rechargeable Work Light with 35 LED Lights EXPIRED

Corwin 26,454 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.
Product Description

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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#166
Quote from Bmr4life View Post :
Yeah, society used extension cords.

they also used NiCd batteries...
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#167
in for 1.
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#168
Quote from sleepyhead87 View Post :
We stopped reading because your credibility was immediately suspect when you made statements like "My simple ... flashlight from Radioshack ... is brighter than the entire thing lit up" and "The reviews from every other thread stated that the 35 LED lights in it helped light up an entire garage."

Exaggeration and openly stating that you have unrealistic expectations gives you little merit.

How about when you want to compare something, you actually compare something and not vaguely state something with no credibility. You can add credibility by linking the mentioned HF item where it is listed for $5. You then add an anecdote where you believe the HF item was superior. Then you can conclude because of that, the HF one is better.

If you want people to listen to you try less ranting and actually putting some thought into what you write.

lol. yummy
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lol. yummy
Ok I thought so.
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#170
Showing as $19.99 for me now.
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#171
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Showing as $19.99 for me now.
I see 19.99 as well :X
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#172
Quote from sleepyhead87 View Post :
Ok I thought so.

It's okay. At least you owned up to your mistake unlike the other guy. Remember to read the entire post before replying next time! shake head
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#173
Good deal
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#174
Quote from okinawanmatt View Post :
It's okay. At least you owned up to your mistake unlike the other guy. Remember to read the entire post before replying next time! shake head
Unfortunately you are mistaken and resorting to these juvenile means has made all of your previous posts have no validity.
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#175
Should I still buy at $19.99... hmmm
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#176
Looks like they changed the design, the one I got yesterday has the power button towards the middle so you can turn it on with a thumb. Picture shows it on the bottom of the hilt. I prefer it having thumb access.
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#177
Was able to get one with the free 10,000 SYWR points that were good for like 3 days. Paid $5.76 and free shipping and used extra points to get it for free. Thanks!!!
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#178
Quote from tharepairguy View Post :
I have not had much luck with Sears lights over the years as well. I'm just a weekend warrior but the corded lights cannot take a 3' fall without breaking, kinda pointless for a shop light. The cordless led's did not produce enough light. Walmart has a 61 LED Bayco Led light in a smaller form factor that holds up quite well in a working environment. 65/120/185 lumens and comes with both a car/home charger. *edit its 29.99 so double but worth the investment. I got the bayco because of a friend that works in the HVAC field.

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Bayco-6...t/14003474

This light would be good for people needing a rechargeable flashlight, not so much a 'work' light. Mine went in the trash along with around 5 other craftsman lights over the last couple years...
Do you know what type and size batteries that Bayco uses and if they're easily replaceable?
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#179
Quote from Medic311 View Post :
but society still managed to exist prior to the introduction of lithium ion battery technology into consumer goods.
Worst argument ever. Society existed before many things you couldn't do without, like the internet and however you're accessing it.

Quote from sleepyhead87 View Post :
We stopped reading because your credibility was immediately suspect when you made statements like "My simple ... flashlight from Radioshack ... is brighter than the entire thing lit up" and "The reviews from every other thread stated that the 35 LED lights in it helped light up an entire garage."

Exaggeration and openly stating that you have unrealistic expectations gives you little merit.

How about when you want to compare something, you actually compare something and not vaguely state something with no credibility. You can add credibility by linking the mentioned HF item where it is listed for $5. You then add an anecdote where you believe the HF item was superior. Then you can conclude because of that, the HF one is better.

If you want people to listen to you try less ranting and actually putting some thought into what you write.
I stopped reading because you kept saying "mines".
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#180
Quote from Slickone_ View Post :
Worst argument ever. Society existed before many things you couldn't do without, like the internet and however you're accessing it.


I stopped reading because you kept saying "mines".
Not sure if you have a really weird sense of humor or what you're trying to accomplish. I said "mines" 2 times total in both posts mentioned.

I thought you were just being extremely daft, but then I read your comment about how "Society existed before many things you couldn't do without..." and listed the internet as an example of what one couldn't do without.

One can certainly still live without internet so I assume and give you the benefit of the doubt.
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