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4 Super Bright Work Lights

Light up work areas with these new innovations from Milwaukee, DeWalt, Ridgid, and Ryobi.

1. lights up an area like daylight

Capable of turning out 4,400 lumens of light in 360°, Milwaukee’s M18 Radius LED compact site light provides a high-impact polycarbonate lens design for harsh conditions, plus it’s protected from dust and water. The light can be hung upright, upside down, or horizontally. It also offers AC input and output for corded operation. The 10.7-pound light retails for $349, which includes a five-year LED bulb warranty. 

2. led-bright spotlight

Designed as a work spotlight that turns out 160 lumens for up to 11 hours through a pivoting head (that turns up to 360°), DeWalt’s 20V Max LED light can be mounted in a variety of ways using its kickstand, belt clip, or magnets. The model DCB203 (without a 20-volt battery) retails for $59. 

3. flashlight runs up to 40 hours

Designed as a flashlight offering 100 lumens of spot illumination, Ridgid’s GEN5X LED light features a dual bevel head for hands-free operation. The tool is backed by a service agreement that provides free batteries, parts, and service for life. Weighing less than 1 pound, the 18-volt light is capable of operating for over 40 hours between charges. The suggested retail price for the GEN5X light is $19.97. 

4. spotlight turns out 2,500 lumens

Turning out a brilliant 2,500 lumens of light that reaches up to 700 yards, Ryobi’s 18V One+ dual-power LED light runs up to five hours between recharges using a Ryobi 4-amp-hour battery. Weighing 1½ pounds, the spotlight can be used continuously without having to hold the trigger switch. The light retails for $49.97, which includes a three-year warranty. 

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