Southwire Tools’ headband light uses 21 LEDs that offer hands-free light with three power level settings plus a flash mode. It is adjustable and features a weatherproof switch. The light emits 42 lumens.
Milwaukee Tool’s Radius LED 130W temporary site light is AC powered. It is designed to reduce the labor time associated with temporary lighting installation, maintenance costs and overall energy consumption. It lights up a work space with 15,000 lumens.
Big Ass Fan’s handheld LED work light, the Big Ass Light Bar, has an extruded aluminum body, a shock-absorbing cap, a diffuser lens and an overmolded grip. It is chemical-resistant and waterproof. It has six brightness light levels and a runtime of up to 48 hours.
Orbit Industries’ LTL series LED temporary work light has a female outlet protected by a sliding coverplate. Multiple lights can be linked together using the included 10-ft. cord. It has a protective lamp cage and is available in three outputs: 60W, 100W and 150W.
Klein Tools’ rechargeable, auto-off head lamp has a light sensor that detects when the unit is in bright light and, after three minutes, automatically turns it off to save battery. It also has a bracketed strap to remove the light for recharging and a silicone strap to secure the headlamp on a hard hat for no-slip, no-stretch use.
DeWalt’s 20V Max Tool Connect all-purpose work light emits 5,000 lm of natural white light. It can run for 11 hours. It can be hung or tripod-mounted. It has Bluetooth connectivity that provides tracking and controls with the free Tool Connect app.