On Fri, 7 Dec 2007 22:33:57 -0800 (PST), email@example.com wrote:
Looks a lot like the one I bought several years ago. The bulbs
don't last long, so pick up spares. [$7 at Lowe's - about $3 at Harbor
Mine has a 500w bulb in it- look into the light and I'm blind for a
It throws a great light for highlighting spackling errors.
Shine from side & it makes mole hills look like mountains.
Also works for throwing a little extra heat on a paint project.
$20 seems like an OK price- HF has a 500w for $14
[and a dual head on a stand for $30
Unless I was going to have it on a jobsite 40 hours a week I wouldn't
overthink it too much- it is just a light, albeit a very bright one.
I often see these types of lights on construction sites. The bulbs are not
very durable. The element tends to break from vibration. I would find out
how much replacement bulbs cost before purchasing this.
On Dec 8, 12:33 am, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Many other places are cheaper. On mine I always replace the 500W lamp
from China with a 300W Sylvania from one of the box stores. The
difference in output lumens is not all that important and the lamps
last far longer.
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