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It is unbelievably bright and gives really good fill light if bounced off walls indirectlyThis light is larger than expected. Both my hands don't cover up the body. It is unbelievably bright and gives really good fill light if bounced off walls indirectly. I primarily got this to give me some light while walking my dog at night and have to admit, it's a bit overkill. Battery life is extremely long with a 1.5ah battery. Goes about 3 to 4 weeks of 10 minute walks everyday.5I have the 12v light and was happy to see they offered this style of light in ...I have the 12v light and was happy to see they offered this style of light in the 20v. So far the big differences other than size between the 12v and the 20v is the color of the light. The 12v has a tighter hot spot, and the color is closer to cool white (5000k). The 20v has a less pronounced hot spot and more of a warm color (3500k). This makes it seem that despite the stated 160 lumen for 20v to 130 lumen for the 12v that the 12v is brighter, but its not the case. The one problem I seem to be having is the magnets, they just are not quite as strong as they should be. The 20v is heavier and even though I am using a 2.0 Ah battery, it still has trouble holding tightly to a work surface.Overall its a decent light, but in the end I will end up trying one of the other 20v lights. The soft white (warm) color light is great for camping but a poor choice for a work light. Your mileage may vary.4Great standby (emergency) lightsThese are so inexpensive, I bought 4 to go with the 4 rechargeable batteries in my aresenal. They're always charged and ready for use. The magnetic body means I have several attached to the side of my kitchen refrigerator. When the power is out - I can aim one of them at the kitchen ceiling and it illuminates the whole room. The belt clips mean each family member can easily carry one with them wherever they go. You can set them on any furniture surface and aim them wherever you need (the ceiling works great). The long-lasting lithium batteries mean they hold a charge for a long (long) time. They're a great part of my power outage kit now. Buy several, you won't regret it.5Too much money for so little performance.Good throw, more of a spotlight than a work area light.Magnetic hold is OK - not to strong or too weak; will hold up to minor disturbance, but easily removed from the ferrous metal surface. Not so strong that it will readily damage the surface it is attracted to, UNLESS YOU DRAG IT across that surface. Then it may scratch the surface, or paint on the surface.If you use 1 of the larger format battery cartridges, the light will last longer, but can no longer magnetically stick to a metal surface. Switch is not as easy to reach and activate as you might like for work uses, especially if you have gloves on. Way overpriced.3Simply said, I love this flask lightI purchased a craftsman drill and flashlight combo in the late 80s and I finally lost the flash light a couple of years ago. It's probably under my house on in the attic . I finally purchased some dewalt cordless tools and love the fact that I can used the battery on other tools so I went dewalt crazy. I now have 4 of these flask light sticking around the house. My power went out this winter and I finally got to use them in an emergency . The are amazing . When the power went out I walk over to the fridge and pulled off a flash light from the side. I never once wondered if my battery was low , never wondered if I have batteries , I recommend this product.5Great versatile flashlightBought the light after seeing my AC man using the same light. Being able to position the light in any angle to be able to see what I am working on is the best thing going. The only drawback is when you buy the light, it does not indicate on the package what size amp hour 20v Max Dewalt battery is required to be able to use the magnetic feature. All Dewalt 20v Max batteries will work with the light. I bought the 2 pack 3 amp hour batteries and tried to hang the light on my refrigerator and the battery was to thick for the magnet to make contact with a metal surface. A 2 amp hour battery is needed for the magnetic feature to work. If the package indicated to use a 2 amp hour for that purpose, I would have bought the appropriate battery and then given a 5 star rating.4Very bright.Just as bright as the other led lights DEWALT offers.Heads up. If you want the magnet to work you can only use the smaller 20v batteries. And the magnet needs to be more powerful. I am going to secure some rare earth magnets to it and it will be the perfect light.4Useful, but design would make more sense with a wide beamDewalt's 20v work light lineup continues to baffle me. Frankly none of their lights have that Goldilocks quality for me. It's like they thought through the design about 90% and then stopped.This light has a lot of positives. The build quality is what you expect from the other 20v platform tools. Solid but unexceptional.The light output is bright. Given the rated lumens I expected to be underwhelmed but it's plenty for a small work light.This work light is IMO the most versatile in DeWalt's catalog. There are innumerable ways to position or affix it, between the magnets, the various sides, and the hanging hook. I particularly like that the hanging hook can snap down 180 degrees to form a 'leg' and allow the light to stand up on edge.Once it's positioned, you can then rotate the head in just about any direction to get light on your work.However, all these features make for an oddly proportioned light. It doesn't fit in your hands, even if you're Sasquatch. There's no comfortable way to carry it as a flashlight. It strictly makes sense as a *work light* that you position close to your work to give area light.So to me, it makes zero sense that this is designed to provide a tight *spotlight*. It should give a wide, diffuse beam suitable for close quarters work. As it is I often have to constantly adjust it so I have enough, but not too much, light on what I'm working on.With a design change to make this give a wide, nicely diffused beam this would be an easy 5 star product.4Was Happy to see big brother of the little 12vThe only bad things that disappointed is the belt clip, why on earth they move it from the back battery side to the front when you clip the light on your tool belt of regular belt it sits so awkward.Why did you do this Dewalt if you really need to mess with the clip just by making the clip little longer so it would not Fall off so easy and leve the clip in its original place that would of been perfect !!! I hate the change on the clip I send it back.4So much better than the DCL040 light!!!While it may not be quite as bright as the DCL040 light, the head PIVOTS!!! Not just up and down, but side to side too! Working underneath a vehicle, the old light was just a pain to get it to shine exactly where I wanted it to, but this new light makes that all go away. I can prop the light on the frame of my truck, the angle the head up and to the left or right as needed.And the light is definitely bright enough for everything I work on! I just wish they had a diffuser you could clip on for those places where you want a flood light. This was easy to make for the old DCL040, just take an old standard led light bulb and cut the globe off, it was the perfect size to fit over the head of the DCL040, and made it into a flood light (a little black tape around the head keeps the globe on there tight!).Overall, this is a much better design, and although you need the smaller battery (2A 20v) to use the magnet, it just works well as a portable LED light. Using it with a 3A or even a flex volt battery is fine too, and I'm sure you can get days of run time from one of those flex volt batteries! Perfect for camping!!!5
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