After spending so much time in the shop lately under and inside vehicles I have come to be very fond of lights. Any kind of extra light that can be brought to bear on a project is aces with me, with extra points for taking a beating. The Husky Tough Brite lantern looks like it’d live up to its name.
This rechargeable lantern is rugged in design — made of tough plastic wrapped in a durable rubber hide that raises its survivability factor in the shop many fold. Another advantage: weather resistance (read: slightly water resistant).
It’s quartz-halogen bulb delivers a “bright beam” according to literature, and its LED area work-light provides up to 70 hours of runtime on a full charge — and won’t need replacing in the lifetime of the unit. The upper quartz-halogen beam provides up to 1 hour of runtime on a full charge and features an exclusive built-in 120 volt AC charger for use with ordinary household extension cord for recharging. The unit also comes with a 12 volt DC vehicle charging cord.
Light is good out in the shop or on a project –especially rugged portable light than you can lug around and stick in dark corners. For under $20, I might have to have one in the near future.
Street Pricing starts at $17.97