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Klein Tools LED Clamp-Style Work Light $20 + Free S/H for Prime

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sold/shipped by Amazon [amazon.com] has Klein Tools LED Clamp-Style Work Light for $19.99 w/ free shipping for Prime. NLA
  • Includes 4 AA batteries
  • Worklight can easily clamp to a ladder or lift
  • Head rotates a full 360 degrees and pivots up to 90 degrees directing light wherever you need it
  • Unit can stand up by itself
  • Easy to find glow head recharges when the light is on
  • IP54 rating: dust and water resistant
  • High: 250 Lumens and 8 hour runtime, Low: 125 Lumens and 10 hour runtime
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125-250 Lumens is nothing.
The 2 packs that Costco sold were 600 Lumens each. They usually can be had on amzn for ~$16.

They didn't have clamps though, just very strong magnets & adjustable stands. You could add your own clamps to it easily. Either from a dual clamp, or screwing/epoxy on a clamp.

They use 4xAA batteries, and last a VERY long time before dying. I personally use the universal alkaline chargers (regular disposables).
The universal alkaline chargers are ~$10 on amzn, if you don't want to use rechargeable and/or ditch alkalines each time.
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Eh? $20 bucks for a flash light consider a deal? I don't get it.
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Also at home depot for the same price https://www.homedepot.com/p/Klein.../305212382
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legit thought this was a watcher from horizon zero dawn lmao
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Eh? $20 bucks for a flash light consider a deal? I don't get it.
Pretty much... Find a stick at the park, put the name Klein on it, sell it for $20
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There are tools where paying for the Klein name is worthwhile. I doubt this is one of them.
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I don't think that any of the Negative Nellies above are electricians or do much electrical work. Because if they were, they would realize that this is much better for such work than any typical flashlight. The numerous clamping options, swivel head, and glow-in-the-dark feature make it really ideal for that type of work.

And yeah, the 250/125 lumen settings are low compared to your ultrasaurus firesky zoomicky lights, however it is more than enough for the close quarters work that this light is designed for. In fact, if it was brighter it might be too blinding to use in many situations.
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Why dont people get a head strap LED flashlight? It illuminates whatever your looking at.
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legit thought this was a watcher from horizon zero dawn lmao
Haha same here!!!!

Great minds..
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I don't think that any of the Negative Nellies above are electricians or do much electrical work. Because if they were, they would realize that this is much better for such work than any typical flashlight. The numerous clamping options, swivel head, and glow-in-the-dark feature make it really ideal for that type of work.

And yeah, the 250/125 lumen settings are low compared to your ultrasaurus firesky zoomicky lights, however it is more than enough for the close quarters work that this light is designed for. In fact, if it was brighter it might be too blinding to use in many situations.
I just want to add that when the light is too bright and you're working in a small area, it's nearly impossible to see what you're doing due to the glare. Brighter isn't always better, it really depend on your working environment and conditions.
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Eh? $20 bucks for a flash light consider a deal? I don't get it.
I agree, this seems like it would be a good thing to purchase from a harbor freight type of store, or eBay. I love me my Klein's, but i don't see why I would but this.
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