The 5 Best Rechargeable Work Light Comparison
A headlamp will allow you to see what you are doing while keeping both hands free to work.
This headlamp has 2 rechargeable batteries and both wall and car charger included. The LED bulb will give off 1800 lumens of light and will last 4 hours on the brightest setting. The light can be adjusted up or down 90-degrees as well as focused to give the best light output.
The light includes 2 18650 Lithium-ion batteries which are commonly used in rechargeable flashlights.
This rechargeable work light by Neiko is a decent general purpose light. It has a run time of 5 hours thanks to the 4000 mAh battery and will output 350 lumens of light.
The two hooks allow you to hang the light keeping your hands free to work. If the hooks aren’t enough then attach the magnetic base and stick it to a piece of metal.
This LED work light has a bit more light output rated to 410 lumens and a 10 hour work time. The light level is adjustable via a dial to easily dim or brighten the LEDs. The swivel magnetic base is a bit more flexible and has a 20 lb. magnet.
This spotlight style rechargeable work light has 24 LEDs to light up the dark. There are two built-in USB ports to recharge portable devices in an emergency. The light can rotate 360 degrees on its swivel base and can be attached to a tripod (sold separately). The batteries will last up to two hours depending on the brightness. There is also a model with a magnetic base.
The Gear Aid 90100 is brighter yet thanks to the 82 LED lights. The LED lights will output 640 lumens for 13 hours and has 10 brightness settings (20 to 640 lumens). The 20,800 mAh battery will also charge your portable devices with the USB port. Includes mounting hole for tripod.
Tripods are a good way to position work lights off the ground if you need light up high or are concerned about water. This model will hold 2 work lights up to 11 lbs. The height is adjustable between 2 and 5 feet.