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Craftsman 35-LED Rechargeable Worklight for $20 + pickup at Sears - 73904

Sears offers the Craftsman Cordless 35-LED Rechargeable Worklight, model no. 73904, for $19.99. Opt for in-store pickup to avoid the $6.50 shipping fee. That's $15 off list price and the lowest price we could find, although we saw it for $3 less last month. This worklight includes AC and DC chargers.



Craftsman 60-LED Worklight for $20 + pickup at Sears - 73903

Sears offers the Craftsman 60-LED Worklight, model no. 73903, for $19.99. Choose in-store pickup to avoid the $6.99 shipping charge. That's $8 off list and the lowest total price we could find. It features a 15-foot power cord and 360-degree rotation. Deal ends January 3.
 

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My father in law buys these by the dozen it seems like. Decent life on the older version and bright enough to do stuff. Not bad.
 

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I got the 35 led one for xmas, havent used it yet but it seems bright as hell.
 

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I tried those, didn't much care for it. The light is too directed, not spread out.

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I agree they are very focused, but they work good and have the 35 has nice battery life.
 

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I have the 35 led one and like mentioned, the light is focused. When the light is fully charged, it's great. However, my light starts losing power after like 5 minutes, and dims a bit from when it was fully charged. So when I use it, I try to have it plugged in. I do like the magnet that comes with it as it comes in handy quite often.
 

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I think I am leaning towards the 60. Wish it had the magnet
 

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still rocking a 20+ yr old drop light with an incandescent bulb. Not a fan of any led stuff that's out and the fluorescent lights I've had suck ass in the cold.
 

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incandescent is no fun i remember always getting burned! and you can never fit it between the frame rail and headers.
 

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when I wrench I usually light a bunch of candles and open a bottle of wine, it's a very intimate experience. Clothing is def. optional, anyone wanna make it a threesome?
 

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