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    In my shop and at home i use all led work lights for obvious reasons. I have a hand held led stick light, and an under the hood led work light. I recently purchased this Snap On led stand up light from costco for 29.00. This lights up a huge area so its was a great deal especially to have that snap on name applied to it..
    LED's are also great because they dont get hot and the charge lasts for hours on the cordless models.
    I remember the days when using the old school bulbs and metal cages on a 90 deg day sweating and burning your arm with it, then the sweat sizzles..dang
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    Not to mention that they draw less than 1% of an incandescent or halogen or any other of those special heat source bulbs, and they are BRIGHTER !!
    You wana look waaay far up da road and plan yer route because the brakes are far more of a suggestion than a command!

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    • #3
      Too Primitive Mitch

      You need the cordless, rechargeable stand up led lamps ....

      I do kinda like the old style for winter while under a car, the light throws off a good amount of heat.

      JB

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      • Mitch
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        A cordless stand-up led is perfect for you to pinstripe out in the woods

    • #4
      The lightening in some guys shops is not much better than being in the woods.... yup, that is why I carry the lamps with me on a job !!

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