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Monday, July 25, 2016
(Product Review) Bright Outdoors Solar Magnetic Work Light
I love using solar powered lights wherever I can and this Bright Outdoors Solar Magnetic Work Light - White, 10 LED. Waterproof and Portable. Ideal Camping Lantern, Working Light, Back up Lamp is one of my favorites so far. This solar powered magnetic work light is easily charged by placing it in direct sunlight and lasts about 6 hours on a full charge.
It has two strong magnets so it can be easily mounted on any magnetic surface just by placing it there. The magnets hold very well, and I had no problems with it sliding around. The light is small and lightweight at only about 5 inches diameter and about 1/2 inch thick, so you can easily carry it with you anywhere.
In addition to the magnets, there is also a plastic mounting strap so you can easily hang it in your tent, on a branch or most hooks. One of the best features (besides it being solar powered) is that it is waterproof. You can use it in the rain, or even submerge it if desired. It probably wouldn't charge well under water, but it does light up while submerged.
It has a switch which allows it to be on high, low or strobe mode depending on your needs. This is a perfect light for camping, working under the hood of your car, shedding a bit of light during a power outage, or to keep in your bugout bag or car emergency kit. It provides a good amount of light and will come in very handy.
Although I was offered this product at a discount or received a complimentary sample in exchange for my fair and honest review, all thoughts and opinions on the products I review are always my own and have not been influenced by any discounts or samples which may have been provided to me for testing purposes. Questions and comments are welcomed.
Posted by Kelly at 10:59 PM