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PowerSmith 3750-Lumen LED Portable Work Light at Home Depot $37.35 + Free Store Pickup

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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has PowerSmith 3750-Lumen LED Portable Work Light (Model #PWL1136BS) for $37.35 w/ Free Store Pickup.
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You can buy the m for much less
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You can buy the m for much less
Where? I had to paint my house and I ended up getting the cheap extension cord lamps because lights like these were stupid expensive
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For portable LED work lights, use the rechargeable ones. I gave all my corded ones away.

20% off this one with code.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/WORX-WX0...SwopRYlLXZ
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For portable LED work lights, use the rechargeable ones. I gave all my corded ones away.

20% off this one with code.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/WORX-WX0...SwopRYlLXZ
Only 1500 lumens, and no mention on how long the internal battery lasts.

Might as well get the 2400 lumen Ryobi LED Worklight [homedepot.com] that uses replaceable rechargeable batteries.
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Only 1500 lumens, and no mention on how long the internal battery lasts.

Might as well get the 2400 lumen Ryobi LED Worklight [homedepot.com] that uses replaceable rechargeable batteries.
That Worx has a 20v external battery, and I have at least 4 batteries for different Worx tools, so not really a concern for me.

If that was your only Worx battery, then yes, it would be an issue.

I also have some of the Ryobi batteries too, so either would work out for me.

That Worx is really bright but will look into the Ryobi.
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