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Old 01-27-2008, 03:36 PM
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Walking through the Sears Hardware store a while back, I found these magnetic lights, with two flourescent bulbs, switchable from one to two blubs on, with circuit breaker protected double outlets. The lights have a flexible goos neck, got them on sale for $29.95.

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Old 01-27-2008, 07:01 PM
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hmm i have never seen them but i would buy one or 2 for my toolbox...
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How heavy are they Platy, I was wondering how they would work stuck to the underside of a truck hood while your working on the engine. Like my Dodge it has no insulation, just painted metal. Also the goosenecky thingy is it pretty rigid or stay in a fixed position so it does not droop.

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It has six magnets, weights about 5#, and the neck is rigid enough to stay where you bend it.

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Would be great on the tool chests... if magnets would stick to the stainless.
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