|Item Weight||12.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||26 x 10 x 8 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||L14SLED|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||Halogen|
Coleman Cable 07776 Two-Light 1000-Watt Quartz Halogen Light with Tripod
|Price:||$79.36 & FREE Shipping|
- Contractor quality
- Stand adjusts from four feet to seven feet in height
- Weatherproof on/off switch
- Two 500 watt bulbs included
- Heavy-duty aluminum fixture
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- Bulb Cap. = 500 W
- Bulb Type = Halogen
- Conductor Cord Length = 8 ft
- Cord Guard Material = Metal
- Body Base Control Cover Handle Includes = Tri-Pod
- Power Source = AC Network
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Top Customer Reviews
This takes about 10 minutes to un pack and set up. The color of the light produced is a softer yellow, not a harsh white. (So, if you need light that is full-spectrum, look elsewhere.) The orientation/direction of the lamps are easily adjusted and they stay put. The lamps are plenty bright and at a 1000 watts, you can feel the heat radiating from them.
Heavy duty switches and construction. It is rated for use in wet conditions.
However, if it is set at the maximum height of 7', it is a bit wobbly. Also, the cord is extremely short. This needs to be very close to a recepticle.
26NOV05 A couple of days ago, I saw this at Home Depot for $35. It's currently advertised here for $52.
1 The stand is junk. If you were to set it up as it looks in the picture, it would fall over (because the center bar would be lower than the legs). Basically, unless you have the sleeve completely lowered, and the legs completely out (farther than shown in the picture), the stand is useless. Using it in any other configuration is meaningless because the center bar is too low (thus the legs don't all touch the ground).
2 Once this unit heats up, the lights droop. Basically, the nut that you use to choose the angle gets hot, and then the light goes with gravity--- down (regardless of how tight you crank down on the nut). I've only been using the light for 3 hours, and I've had to reposition the lights 6 times because they keep sagging--- and I'm making it as tight as I can humanly possibly make it. It's just a downright flawed design.
Yes, the lights turn on when you plug it in, but other than that, this thing is complete junk. DO NOT BUY IT.
The negative: Like I said, this light system is perfect for me, BUT if you are a construction worker or something like that this frame is slightly flimsy so I don't think it would hold up in an environment that it would be getting shoved around a bunch.
But if you are looking for a good light system when your working around the house this is the one for you!
Set up was quick and easy. Almost didn't need to look at the directions. Needed a Phillips screwdriver with a reasonably large head, you could use a flat and a standard Phillips since the screws on the sides are combination heads but you need the Phillips for the glass frame.
The dual halogens produce enough light to make the work space almost feel like day time. They also produce a lot of heat so plan on ventilation or just being hot. I actually point them slightly up and let the ambient light that bounces off the ceiling light up the room for me.
The stand feels pretty sturdy unlike a few other light stands I have.
My biggest gripe is the ridiculously short cord. With the stand extended (not even fully extended) the cord doesn't even touch the floor. So seriously plan on bringing an extension cord with this lamp or you wont be plugging it in.
I know that normally you'd be bringing a cord for it anyway so I almost gave this a 4 stars ( I don't give 5's unless it's perfect) but the cord is really just kind of silly with how short it is.
Since I bring extension cords to my job sites anyway it's no big deal and I honestly like the stand and the lights enough that I'm going to buy another.
So I recommend it if you need some work lights but get that extension cord or you're just gunna wind up frustrated.
Also, I think everyone knows not to touch halogen bulbs with your bare fingers when installing them, but in case you didn't, you do now.
Because of the high power consumption of these lights, I make sure to plug them into an outlet that isn't on the same fuse as my air compressor. I also keep the light fairly far away from my work because I use mainly oil-based finishes and don't want to start a fire.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I don't like giving negative reviews, but to receive a dual lamp light fixture with both bulbs defective is annoying. After replacing the bulbs $13, the light works well.Published on January 22, 2012 by Tchuban
It was shipped and received as promised. I gave the light to my son for Christmas so that he could work at night during these short winter days. Read morePublished on January 10, 2012 by L G
This halogen light packs a lot of light...
I use this mainly for lighting subjects in photograghing scenes, greenscreen, etc.
very easy & simple to set up... Read more
Cheap bright works great when you're working at night, uses buttloads of power, so beware. Gets hot, so don't burn yourself.Published on November 18, 2011 by Erik Gregg
Its a very bright Coleman work light. It lights up work spaces adequately. Feels cheap in structure and base does not feel so solid. But you get what you pay for. Read morePublished on September 15, 2011 by nIk
The unit works as advertised. Pretty flimsy, but for the price, it's forgivable. I use it to help detail my car, and it helps out a lot.Published on August 23, 2011 by Sam
Placed this light on my porch to provide light to the volleyball court below. Does a great job of it. Read morePublished on July 23, 2011 by Chris Fiorillo