|Item Weight||1.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9 x 3.5 x 12.2 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||DW919|
|Batteries||18 Nonstandard Battery batteries required.|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||Xenon|
|Warranty Description||1 Year Full Warranty|
|National Stock Number||6230-01-587-6430|
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- The product is easy to use and easy to handle
- The product is highly durable
- This product is made of high quality material
- Wide-angle beam maximizes light over a specific work area
- Flexible neck allows for hands-free operation,light projects in any direction
- Lockable head clip offers versatility and convenience of a lantern
- Extra-bright xenon bulb maximizes brightness of the beam
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The product is easy to use and easy to handle. The product is highly durable. This product is made of high quality material.
Brighten your workspace from any angle with the DEWALT 18 volt floodlight. Flexible and durable, the DW919 offers hands-free lighting with up to three hours of continuous burn time on a single charge. Bend, twist, wrap or snake the neck to achieve the perfect, steady beam of light in those hard to illuminate workplaces. A great addition to your other DEWALT 18 volt tools, the DW919 uses the same battery and charger kit.See all Product description
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However, after I received my DeWalt flexible floodhlight, I found on Amazon a black aluminum LED flashlight ("3 Watt Cree LED 3 AA Tactical Flashlight 180 Lumen Long Throwing Tight Spot yet wide moon light Torch, 7224bk") which uses 3 AA batteries and produces 180-200 lumens of light. A typical flashlight with an incondescant bulb will normally be WELL under 20 lumins, including the DeWalt flexible floodlight. At close objects it has a very small, bright center beam, but a very broad overspill beam allowing the user to view things not in the main beam very well. For illuminating distant objects, the small center beam gets broader with the distance from the object. It will illuminate objects 400-500 ft. away. I purchased the LED flashlight on Amazon and consider it to be one of the best flashlights I've owned. The way that LED flashlights have improved (compared to incondescant bulbs) is amazing. I use 3 re-chargeable AA batteries in mine. They get 3-5 hours per charge. In about 6 months I've only had to recharge it one time, and it gets lots of use. Unlike incondescant bulbs, the LED should VERY rarely, if ever, need to be replaced.
The light and flexibility is definitely useful, but it isn't as bright as you would hope. I think the flexible arm will eventually become brittle and break also. I used this a lot in my attic and it worked great, much better than the light mentioned from the kit.
- Flexible and versatile
- Bright enough most of the time
- Fairly lightweight
- Long lasting
- Heats up after extended use
- I think the flexible portion will fail eventually, it feels like it will wear itself out
- Heats up over extended use
- Brightness is OK
Overall this is a good light, I will upgrade to LED when I need to
Higher than expected light output, really quite impressed by it.
Allows for lots of hanging potential, good for working in tight spots
Light lasts a long time on XRP batteries 3-4 hours continuous use
Far too light on the base, I am contemplating filling the open spaces in the base with body lead. Using regular dewalt 18v's the light will fall over alot if it isn't positioned with care. I'd gladly have a 5 pound base if it meant i could hang the light head wherever I wanted.
I wish I had three?
Bottom line, I wish i would have had this light 10 years ago.