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Posted: 06/27/19 07:24pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Tips for a grilling light I try to off to the side
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Head light or one that clips to visor of a baseball cap.


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I hsve a 12V LED flood light.


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I really like These little Guys Super bright and can be positioned where you like.


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Don't grill much in the dark, but these work pretty good.Got a little hook you can hang on the front of your shirt and keep your hands free.

They are really expensive though [emoticon]

http://widgets.harborfreight.com/wswidge........21-c2419b1-FathersDay_Rem&lid=29,207,745

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If you are cooking in the woods, turn on a lantern. Forty years ago I was cooking some bean soup on a Coleman stove in Oregon in the dark. I turned on a flashlight to check the soup and there was a black bear on his hinds legs on the other side of the picnic table. I backed up and he jumped on the table and proceeded to eat the soup. After that I used a light.

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riven1950 wrote:

Don't grill much in the dark, but these work pretty good.Got a little hook you can hang on the front of your shirt and keep your hands free.

They are really expensive though [emoticon]

http://widgets.harborfreight.com/wswidge........21-c2419b1-FathersDay_Rem&lid=29,207,745


Good idea, Harbor Freight has a very similar light that they sometimes give for free with purchase. You just have to keep an eye out on the ads.


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I use and love these.

They have three power settings, a strobe and a red emergency flasher. I gave one to my daughter and wife to keep in her glove box. They attach with a carabiner or stick with a magnet that is in the base. They last about 5 hours on a charge and are easily recharged with a standard mini-usb phone charger.

I have about 4 of them and we use them clipped on the popup awning, next to the steps into the camper if we don't want the awning light on but want to make sure no one slips going in the camper, clip them on a lantern pole or tree limb over the grilling table, stick them on the side of the truck to put light on the cornhole board if we are playing after dark, even used them as a flashlight when the daughter has laid our down and needs to go to the shower house or the truck for something.

Lastly, they are durable. I've had my first couple about 4 years. Still going strong, never failed to perform as expected. The other two I bought 2 years ago and they are the same except green instead of orange.


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If you do a lot of cooking at night in buggy areas, this is definitely something to think about buying. Very bright, and off to the side -- so bugs are attracted to the light, not to the grill where you are cooking.


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