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Lutec 6290 3300-Lumen LED Stand Work Light w/Free Shipping from Lowe's - $67.98

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Lutec 6290 3300-Lumen LED Stand Work Light with Free Shipping

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This looks like a Utilitech light that I purchased from Lowes a couple of years ago. I have it and the 18v Milwaukee Rocket light. The light in the OP is very bright (dont remember the Lumens of mine but think it is at least 3000K). It is constructed of plastic, extremely light weight and has a cheap feel to it. My only complaint is that it does not extend very high.
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This looks like a Utilitech light that I purchased from Lowes a couple of years ago. I have it and the 18v Milwaukee Rocket light. The light in the OP is very bright (dont remember the Lumens of mine but think it is at least 3000K). It is constructed of plastic, extremely light weight and has a cheap feel to it. My only complaint is that it does not extend very high.
You're right, the Utilitech looks very similar. From my research, the Lutech is very similar in style and construction to the 7000 lumen Stanley (note that there is also a Lutec 6290XL, which is rated at 7000 lumens) with a metal (aluminum) base and legs. However, all of the comparisons that I have seen are of the 6290XL, which appears to weigh considerably more than the 6290 so perhaps the 6290 uses more plastic?

Overall, the light gets excellent reviews but I can't speak from direct experience as I have only just placed my order. It has been on my wish list for some time.
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I have the 7k lumen version of this and it is amazing. High quality. Seems like the weight difference is probably the heatsink - seems to be cast aluminum with fins on the 7k lumen. I paid 120 for that, and if this is nearly as good but half the lumens i'd buy 2 of these instead.

this isn't me but its why i bought it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I2tpcLORJvo

It's down to $95 with a $30 coupon now.

https://www.amazon.com/Dual-Head-...07PX1RQG1/
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I have the 7k lumen version of this and it is amazing. High quality. Seems like the weight difference is probably the heatsink - seems to be cast aluminum with fins on the 7k lumen. I paid 120 for that, and if this is nearly as good but half the lumens i'd buy 2 of these instead.

this isn't me but its why i bought it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I2tpcLORJvo

It's down to $95 with a $30 coupon now.

https://www.amazon.com/Dual-Head-...07PX1RQG1/

I debated quite awhile between the 3300 and 7000 lumen versions because of that great price on the 7000 lumen version at Amazon but ultimately decided that the brighter unit was just too bright for my needs. With the 3300 lumen light I save a few bucks upfront and substantially reduce the power draw in use (36W vs 93W).
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I debated quite awhile between the 3300 and 7000 lumen versions because of that great price on the 7000 lumen version at Amazon but ultimately decided that the brighter unit was just too bright for my needs. With the 3300 lumen light I save a few bucks upfront and substantially reduce the power draw in use (36W vs 93W).
yeah, 7k is VERY bright. for lots of my projects it'd actually be better to have 3k lumens on each side of the project instead of moving the 7k lumen around...
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