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Magnetic Work Light

This handy magnetic work light features flexible gooseneck arm and a strong magnetic base. The base has optional mounting holes which allow the lamp to be mounted on a table or bench top.
Uses a standard 40W bulb.

(Mounting hardware and bulb not included)

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11 Reviews

  • 5
    Perfect for me

    Posted by Wayne Andrews on 23rd Jan 2024

    Good size and the magnet holds the lamp in place perfectly.

  • 5
    Magnetic lightVery happy

    Posted by on 21st Jan 2024

    Very happy. Price VS quality is very good.

  • 5
    Magnetic light

    Posted by Andrew Cowie on 15th Jan 2023

    Well done. Lots of lite for my handsaw and drill press.

  • 3

    Posted by Jacques Poirier on 5th Jan 2022

    overall fabrication acceptable, best results when using LED mini spot light

  • 4
    Magnetic Light

    Posted by Clint on 13th Sep 2021

    I have it attached to my drill press and it seems to hold. I had to tighten the flexible neck out of the box.... it's good now.

  • 5
    Solid for the price

    Posted by Unknown on 29th Oct 2016

    People expect a $100 item for $20! This is a great deal for $20, not sure what all the fuss is about. Magnet for plenty strong for my applications and it's a standard light. Fellow at the store told me they sell thousands of these, hardly any complaints. I would recommend.

  • 5
    Good basic work tool light

    Posted by northernscout on 31st Mar 2014

    I have read the reviews on here and have to agree with some of the criticism but not all. Yes, the magnet could be a lot stronger but you'd probably have to pay a premium for the light. I checked into it and the light I was interested in would have cost 3 times as much money. The guy who was doing body work and complained about filings being attracted to the magnetic base, give your head a shake. I just took out the little 40 watt clear bulb that was in the housing and installed a 45 watt reflector flood. Wow, light galore. As for the magnets I'm going to yank them and replace them with a couple of round magnets from Lee Valley plus a pair of specially made cup washers that the magnets nest inside. That will give more than adequate holding power for attaching the light to my band saw and drill press. I am using one as is but with the little reflector flood bulb on the deck of my Delta 18" scroll saw. What a difference that make. The saw comes with a 7 watt bulb that may be alright for in a night light but no good for us old farts with dimming eyes. Anyway, those are my two bits worth. Am ordering up two more of these lights while they are on sale. I can see clearly now!

  • 3
    Only 40w bulb max?

    Posted by Neil on 14th Jul 2013

    Nice light, great concept. Mine states 40W max though. But being so close to the work on my lathe, the 40w bulb seems to be enough and doesn't get as hot.

  • 3
    Don't pay regular price.

    Posted by Gsm1 on 6th May 2013

    At $40.00 the price of this lamp is absurd. It in no way performs up to that level. Wait for a sale. When placed on a horizontal surface the magnet is sufficient, anywhere else is a recipe for disaster. The gooseneck might as well be a real goose, if there's any vibration present it's not going to stay where it's positioned. Other than these 2 problems it's a great little lamp.

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