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After spending another day in near darkness im in the market for a work light. Can sombody reccomend a rechargable work light, someting like a floodlight with an array of leds would be nice.

Thanks in advace guys
 
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Wotsit

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Thats the sort of thing, thank you. Cheep is good at the moment! would be nice to get 6 hours from a charge though.
 
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TPES

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I have this LED Rechargable light. Its excellent, and will take what ever abuse you give it, very very bright.. Best torch i have had.

 
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Wotsit

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That would be fine for the local work area but would not have helped me avoiding cable drum i kicked with my shin! Flood lights are the way foward i think, dont mind carrying big batteries.
 

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Wotsit How about a Head torch?? keeps both hands free cheep,portable and easily stored i find mine indespensable
 

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