Eastwood 30 SMD LED Retractable Worklight/Flashlight Combo
Product Review (submitted on May 12, 2013):
It performs exactly as shown in the video. I found that I move it around more than my corded light to better illuminate my work simply because it is easier to move. It stays where it’s put, not only because of the magnet (if it’s in use), but because the cord isn’t pulling on it (nor is it in the way). As best as I can tell, it has the same light output as my corded fluorescent work light, although less yellow, more blue. I have always had concerns with work light cords marring my paint. On the second day of use the light would not retract completely and therefore not turn off without pushing the switch (handy feature). I could hear a rattle. I removed the base. A third round magnet on the flip side of the base had come loose. I applied some Superglue to the base of the cup that holds it, clamped it for a few hours and all is good.