Check out: WoodRiver 16″ LED Dual Power 250 Lumen Shop Light with Focusing Head

WoodRiver 16″ LED Dual Power 250 Lumen Shop Light with Focusing Head

WoodRiver 16
Introducing the 3W , a more useful, more versatile shop light. We first started with the light source, which we upgraded to a single LED for improved brightness. Then we added the capability of the light so this LED can adapt to any project, power tool, or reading requirement. The light can be powered by two, AAA batteries (not included), or it can be plugged into any standard 110V outlet. A very strong magnet permits application to any steel or iron surface, or you can use the accessory clamping bracket and attach the light to any surface up to 2-1/2″ thick. Perhaps the greatest feature is the new, longer ″ gooseneck that can be bent in any direction and once directed stays where it is pointed. Comes with 110V transformer and auxiliary clamping base.

  • Single 3W LED producing 250 lumens
  • Magnetic base, with accessory clamp base
  • 2 AAA batteries (not included), and 110v plug
  • 16″ Flexible neck and light focusing

List Price: $ 49.99

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    • bindersfullofwomen
    • November 17, 2013
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Superb light. Glad I had to wait., August 21, 2013
    By 
    bindersfullofwomen (Highland, Michigan) –

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    This review is from: WoodRiver 16″ LED Dual Power 250 Lumen Shop Light with Focusing Head (Misc.)

    When I first saw this shop light (along its 4″ 14 LED lighted magnifier option) on the Rockler web site, I wanted it pretty bad. I did buy the 4″ 14 LED lighted magnifier portion of the set first because they had it on sale, it’s a large 4″, it’s made with glass, and I didn’t want to miss out in case it became discontinued. I had looked for quite some time for just this type of magnifier and grew discouraged at the scarcity of good quality magnifiers that were actual glass, and not “optical grade acrylic” that scratches and has distortion. I figured I would get the light and gooseneck base next.

    Well, for some reason Rockler discontinued it. As for why, I couldn’t figure it out because both the light and magnifier are excellent quality and to me, indispensable workbench tools that are superior to comparable items. So I decided that I would settle on adding a gooseneck to my magnifier and use it without a wired base. There just aren’t many 4″ magnifiers out there that are glass, have legitimate 3x magnification, and don’t require a loan to purchase. It’s amazing what some magnifiers cost, and the bulk are not worth the cost.

    I recently spotted these same products on the Woodcraft.com site and knew better than to piddle around waiting for a big sale. I purchased this light with wired base unit and now I’m very happy.

    Since my Rockler magnifier purchase 2 years ago, the accompanying light portion of the set has been much improved, and is now 250 Lumens. I guess that missing out on it the first time had its benefits. It’s a beautiful streamlined and modern looking light, and provides powerful and focused illumination. I will be using this for light and find a clamp and gooseneck for the magnifier, since the 14 LED’s on the magnifier are not enough by themselves.

    One of the best features is easy to overlook – the AC adapter. You can use batteries if necessary but the AC adapter produces much stronger illumination.

    The only downside in my opinion is after spending $40 (normally it’s a $50 item), Woodcraft then charges $9 shipping. As I do all of my shopping online (disability prevents actually visiting stores and walking the aisles) I get pretty sensitive to high S&H fees. Some goofy fees out there are unreasonable and unjustifiable.

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    • Stumpy Nubs
    • November 17, 2013

    The two doors didn’t have latches on them yet, but I don’t know what else
    you could be talking about. Drawer slides aren’t joints, they can only be
    as “solid” as the drawer slide itself. I assure you my joinery is not
    “wobbly”.

    • Tomiwa Ajayi-Dopemu
    • November 17, 2013

    Looks good, but the slides and doors look alittle wobbly.. like while you
    were rolling it around the doors were flopping all over the place. and when
    you opened stuff it’d kinda wobble up and down.. just sayin! the design is
    great though! i’d just like to see the joints n stuff a bit more solid

    • Ben Raymond
    • November 17, 2013

    I look forward to it.Thanks

    • Stumpy Nubs
    • November 17, 2013

    I love it! I put some locking wheels on it so it doesn’t move. We’re just
    finishing up a Roubo style woodworking bench video, you might want to check
    that one out too.

    • Ben Raymond
    • November 17, 2013

    So hows the Cart serving you?, I was looking at building one for my power
    tools. does yours move when you work on it?, I also have hand planers and
    was looking for a good bench to start on with those too. I have pretty much
    accepted that I will need something more stationary for hand planing and
    sawing.

    • Samuel Bailey
    • November 17, 2013

    Super fun

    • Doug Ward
    • November 17, 2013

    WHASSSSSSSSSSUP Nubby Stumps ? LOCO here !

    • Wooden Tool Man
    • November 17, 2013

    Cool channel you got here. Looking forward to looking through your videos.
    Reminds me of the red green show.

    • Stumpy Nubs
    • November 17, 2013

    The Rockler stuff in this episode lasts onay a couple minutes- out of a 14
    minute show… and the reason it stands out so much is not because I
    mention the “Rockler” name but because they have their logo well displayed
    on their stuff. I didn’t intentionally film closeups of the logo- it just
    came out that way! But so what, those tool holders and things would be just
    as awesome if they had somebody else’s logo on it instead!

    • Stumpy Nubs
    • November 17, 2013

    Full disclosure: Rockler does sponsor the website, and I’m proud of it! But
    they do not sponsor the show, and even if they did I wouldn’t show off a
    product unless I thought the show’s fans would really like it. I am a big
    fan of Rockler’s stuff, like most woodworkers are, but I also feature tons
    of other products- None of which do I get paid to promote!

    • 95jamesg
    • November 17, 2013

    hes not even sponsored by rockler, he was just giving ideas and reviews

    • Tim Touchstone
    • November 17, 2013

    Stumpy,I’m fairly new to woodworking, and to your You Tube page.Being
    retired with limited funds at my disposal, I really like your “woodworking
    on the cheap” philosophy! Please don’t let these jerks get you down, with
    their negative comments and critiques. I love your videos, and have learned
    a lot from them and your web-site.I too like to shop at Rockler.com because
    they sell so much neat stuff unavailable at the big retailers stores, plus,
    their “Outlet”, can save a lot.Keep up the good work!

    • Ross Sullivan
    • November 17, 2013

    I have had more fun watching your vids and .com pages than I did when I
    discovered Roy in 1979. Yes, I’m officially an old fart! You are leading
    the way into the next generation of wood working fun. Thank you…….Ross

    • Stumpy Nubs
    • November 17, 2013

    I think we have different ideas about what a shop cart is. To me it’s more
    of a mobile workstation. I don’t want just tool storage, I want storage for
    the tools I will use at that workstation. What you are describing is just a
    tool cart. But hey, if that’s what your shop needs, build that suckka!

    • Stumpy Nubs
    • November 17, 2013

    A cold one doesn’t have to be alcohol, especially if consumed in the
    workshop!

    • Ed Rivera
    • November 17, 2013

    I don’t drink but cheers Stumps. Great features on that cart. Will
    definitely be one of my future plans maybe to set as a outfeed for my table
    saw station project I’m doing right now. Thanks for sharing.

    • startreking2007
    • November 17, 2013

    He did say the ultimate workbench is one that is customized for the
    individual. Yes his is horrible FOR YOU but not everyone else. As you said
    in your post that you don’t like it. I personally think it’s cool

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