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So I've been using the light pictured below, but its just not cutting it. It is bright and the magnet is great, but it dies too quickly. Any suggestions? Need something i can set down next to a JB in a dark ceiling


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So I've been using the light pictured below, but its just not cutting it. It is bright and the magnet is great, but it dies too quickly. Any suggestions? Need something i can set down next to a JB in a dark ceiling


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So I've been using the light pictured below, but its just not cutting it. It is bright and the magnet is great, but it dies too quickly. Any suggestions? Need something i can set down next to a JB in a dark ceiling


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I was looking into the streamlight 44931 led lantern. The Rayovac SE3DLN Sportsman LED Lantern looks pretty awesome too

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When working on panels and stuff I use this, uses same battery as my tools.





But usually wear my led headlamp lights up a big area and batteries last all day. Use energizer recharable batteries, so always have about 6 fully charged at all times.
 

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When working on panels and stuff I use this, uses same battery as my tools.

But usually wear my led headlamp lights up a big area and batteries last all day. Use energizer recharable batteries, so always have about 6 fully charged at all times.
I personally second the suggestion of getting a light that is compatible with your battery powered tools. I have a Dewalt 18v fluorescent that is amazing.
 

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I personally second the suggestion of getting a light that is compatible with your battery powered tools. I have a Dewalt 18v fluorescent that is amazing.

I have hilti power tools. Their light stinks. Fantastic drills tho


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