|Item Weight||2.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7.3 x 7.5 x 10.5 inches|
|Item model number||LED130|
|Assembled Height||10.5 inches|
|Assembled Length||7.31 inches|
|Assembled Width||7.5 inches|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
Might-D-Light LED130, LED Rechargeable Gray Folding Worklight
- 80 long-life LED lights
- Cordless rechargeable unit with AC/DC charging adapters included
- Durable polycarbonate lens
- Nylon swivel hook
- Easy-grip cushioned handle
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The Cooper Lighting Might-D-Light 15-Watt Folding Work Light is a portable, cordless and rechargeable light ideal for repair work. It folds for easy storage and can be positioned in many ways with its innovative D-shaped configuration Bulb Type: LED, Power Supply: Battery, Bulbs (qty.): 80, Watts: 15
Whether used to illuminate occasional puttering or serious outdoor tasks, Cooper Lighting's versatile LED130 Might-D-Light worklight makes a smart and stylish addition to any handyman's arsenal of tools. The portable, folding worklight features an innovative friction tension hinge that adjusts effortlessly from 0 to 200 degrees, which allows for free-standing use beneath a sink, under a hood, or in a host of other light-deficient spaces.
The worklight's two integrated neodymium rare-earth magnets can be used to securely mount it to most metal surfaces--from file cabinets and tool chests to metal shelving, tables, and more--without the need for permanent mounting hardware. The worklight also provides a 360-degree rotating nylon swivel hook, which allows for illuminating a work area--hands-free (great for one-person jobs).
Equipped with 80 long-life LED lights, which supply the same output as a 60-watt incandescent, the unit offers not only bright energy-efficient light, but also a cooler operating temperature than with typical halogen worklights. Other thoughtful details include reflective strips to help ensure safety and visibility when using near roadways, a cushioned handle with an easy-access on/off switch, and a compact size that takes up minimal storage space.
The cordless, rechargeable unit uses Ni-Mh batteries (good for up to two hours of life between charges), and includes AC and DC charging adapters. Constructed of sturdy plastic with a durable polycarbonate lens, the UL-listed worklight measures 7-1/2 inches wide by 7-2/7 inches deep by 10-1/2 inches high.
What's in the Box
LED130 Might-D-Light worklight, AC adapter, DC adapter, operating instructions
About Cooper Lighting
Cooper Lighting understands the power illumination holds to set moods, create ambience, enhance the workplace, and transform spaces — whether commercial, residential, or industrial. Fueled by their mission to be the leading provider of innovative, high-quality lighting fixtures, the company makes and manufactures everything from LED and fluorescent bulbs to exit and emergency, vandal-resistant, landscape, and complex environment lighting options to a worldwide marketplace. The company parents 20 exceptional brands, enjoying international industry leadership with a history of excellence that began in 1956.
LED130 Might-D-Light 80-LED Cordless Rechargeable Worklight
At a Glance
- Cordless rechargeable light with 80 long-life LEDs
- Nylon swivel hook, easy grip cushioned handle
- Reflective strips for increased visibility during roadside applications
- Integrated neodymium magnets for securing to metal doors, car hoods, etc.
- 2-hour battery life
- Includes both AC and DC charging adapters
Top customer reviews
The Good: It's portable, lightweight, and very easy to handle. Looks pretty rugged. Very bright. Looks like it can withstand some exposure to rain for a short time period. It can be used in many configurations (lying flat open on it's back like a book, standing up on end when angled, hooked onto an overhead nail, or magnetized flat under a car hood or on the side of the refrigerator door.
The Bad. It's expensive. The light doesn't last long, my guess maybe 1 hour tops (I haven't measured it). The batteries are internal and cannot be quickly swapped out with C or D rechargeables. It takes a long time to charge (I wish it would charge as fast as my DeWalt cordless drill). You cannot leave the light constantly plugged in like an emergency light.
My final thoughts. If they could make it so I could either swap out the batteries like a flashlight, or leave it constantly plugged in when not in use......then I would give it more stars. In it's current configuration I think it's a bit overpriced and would personally say it's worth around $23
Second issue, the magnets are slightly recessed, so getting it to stick to a metdl surface, might be a challenge.
Trying to find a flat spot on the inside of my front hood was a joke. The hook is useless, plastic, will break easily and in my case, hanging it on my front hood latch place this ",,large" light, right in my way. When laying it near my work area, it would slip and slide do to its light weight. Another issue wa that in order for it to shine on my work area, it would block, yep, my work area.
I then tried it at an angle to try to get it positioned good. That only led to the one side shining in my face.
For a home owner, this might be nice to have, but as a mechanic, diy or pro, no good.
Consider the Bayco SLR-2166 it cost the same, produces almost the same amount of light, AND you can leave it plugged in and always keep it FULLY CHARGED.
In an emergency it will be there the Might D Light will not.
The downside is that it's not very bright. At least not as bright as I expected. I have LED flashlights that put out 600 to 1000 lumen from a single LED. Surely, I figured, with the multiple LEDs on this light, it will be at least as bright as my flashlights.... Wrong.
I was surprised to unpack the light and see on the outside of the light "Up to 250 lumen!" I didn't notice that anywhere on the Amazon description. Fully charged, it seems it might be somewhat more than 250lm output, but nothing like I had hoped for.
Still, it has been quite useful to provide more light close to the work. If it were $10 or so cheaper, I'd give 5 stars, but at this price, it's not a 5-star value for me.
The only issue I have is the one "dbard" educed for all of us, and I think him for doing so! I would not have expected this. But, you will quickly burn out the battery if you leave the unit plugged in after it is fully charged. And it does take quite some time to recharge to full capacity.
I hope the next instantiation of this unit obviates this problem with what is a simple fix. Other similar units do not have this "Over-charging" problem.
I'd like to address those that have a problem with the light losing power over time and doesn't seem to be as bright as when brand new. The rechargeable batteries in this light along with many other rechargeable batteries (Like in cell phones) sometimes need to be fully discharged (drained), then fully charged again to reach their full power output again. I had my light for two years without any problems, but one day I took it off the charger and turned it on and the light only seem to be operating at 50%. So I left the light on for 24 hours, then put it back on the charger and the next day when I turned it on it was like brand new, bright as it ever was. Hope this helps.