John Deere LED Work Light
This LED work light mounts directly over the existing halogen lamp holders on premium John Deere tractors. It uses LED lights that are up to 330 percent brighter than halogen, yet draw less power from your tractor battery and alternator. It also includes a form-fitting trunnion mount that can be tightened to lock the LED work light in place.
DeWalt has a new LED headlamp (DWHT81424), which seems to be double as bright as their previous generation model. It’s got a more ostentatious DeWalt branding, an over-the-head strap, and is rated IP54 for dust and water resistance.
There’s also a new 100-lumen pen light (DWHT81425), which has 2 brightness modes and a focus feature, and can run for 5 hours at a time. It also survives a repeated 6.6-foot drop test and has impact protection.
Finally, there’s a new 1000-lumen rechargeable area light (DWHT81422), which can be mounted with magnetic surface pads or screwed down to a flat surface. It can run for 4.5 hours at high brightness, and has 2 settings. John Deere LED Work Light The DWHT81422 looks like an excellent value. DeWalt’s 3-year limited warranty covers parts and labor, but excludes normal wear and tear.
Ryobi One+ 18V LXT
Ryobi’s 18-volt ONE+ lineup offers more than 175 tools that run on the same batteries. This includes everything from cordless drills and saws to nail guns, leaf blowers, and chainsaws.
This LED work light is part of the ONE+ lineup, and it can really light up your workspace or garage. It’s a great option for anyone who wants an easy-to-use light that they can use for long periods of time.
But Ryobi’s ONE+ line of tools is facing new competition, especially from relatively fresh brands like Kobalt and Craftsman. Lowe’s also has their own set of cordless power tools that run on Li-ion technology. But even with that competition, the ONE+ line remains a solid option for many homeowners and DIY-ers. And this LED work light is just the latest addition.
Makita 18V LXT
Makita has been around for a century and they know what it takes to create a power tool that can be trusted to take a beating on the job site. Their 18V LXT system offers a huge amount of cordless equipment and their tools offer some of the fastest charge times on the market so you can spend more time working and less time waiting on your battery to recharge.
This LED work light from Makita accommodates 2 X 18V LXT lithium-ion batteries and can be run on 120VAC power when not in use. It features a handy carrying handle and foldable tower for easy transport and convenient shoulder straps. A large knob allows operators to direct the light where it is needed most. The light has 3 different power settings and can run for up to 17 hours on low mode using a pair of 5.0Ah batteries.
Festool Syslite DUO
A lot of people don’t see the value in spending $300 on a work light. But Festool aims to change that. Their Syslite DUO LED Work Light uses 8000 lumens to produce an evenly diffused lighting solution that is more than enough to illuminate most rooms.
It even projects a Daylight-like color (5000 kelvin) which helps you make sure your surfaces are free of streaks and true to color. Ideal for tasks like interior finishing, staircase fitting, and roof conversions.
It is also built like a tank to custom off road lights resist the rigors of the job site. It’s dust and water resistant and meets IP 55 standards. It can be mounted to the heavy duty DUO 200 Tripod or used stand alone. And you can easily connect it to any standard Festool battery pack.
Southwire V3 Wobblelight
If you’re looking for an LED work light that delivers area lighting, the Southwire V3 Wobblelight is a great option. It has a 15,000-lumen output and can direct that light in 360 degrees. It’s a self-righting light so it won’t be knocked over or run into by the clumsy members of your crew.
This one’s a hybrid as it can be used cordless with a 18V battery or connected to an extension cord. The Ryobi One+ also works cordless but gives you a lower max-lumen output when running on a 5.0 Ah battery.
When your goal is a flawless finish for painting applications, few lights are as refined as the Festool Syslite DUO. Its 5000K color temperature is ideal for painting and its diffusion eliminates hot spots and artifacts.
Milwaukee Radius Site Light
The Milwaukee M18 Radius Compact Site Light with Flood Mode is a versatile lighting solution that is battery operated and also plugs into AC power. It can run off one or two battery packs at once, and it will even charge them when you’re not using them.
This is the brightest cordless LED site light that Milwaukee makes, and it delivers 9,000 lumens in a 360-degree pattern. It has a high-impact polycarbonate lens that protects from jobsite environments. It has 3 power settings, including a high setting that can last up to 4 hours on an M18 Redlithium 9.0 battery.
It has a metal hanging hook that allows you to hang it overhead in task lighting applications. Its Milwaukee One-Key app offers more than just control – it can track and secure the light, helping you avoid theft.
This DeWalt LED Work Light differs from the other cordless options on this list because it doesn’t require an additional power tool battery. Instead, it has an integrated rechargeable battery that you can use on its own or while it’s plugged in and charging. It’s also designed to be tough enough that DeWalt employees have been able to throw it 15 feet through the air and it hasn’t broken yet.
This LED Work Light is a direct replacement for the cab lights on premium John Deere tractors and features a “Plug & Play” design that lets you install it without altering the original wiring. The lights are 330 percent brighter than halogen bulbs, allowing you to see farther and wider. They also draw less current than halogen, meaning they’re easier on your equipment.