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Jobsite Light Reviews

Are you in the market to buy a new jobsite light?  If so you have come to the right place.  Tools in Action reviews the newest additions to the marketplace.  You can look below and see our recent jobsite light reviews below.  We help you stay informed about which jobsite light is right for you and your needs.  Having the right information before you buy means you can buy a jobsite light that is suitable for you which in returns means you can save money, time and frustration.  Tools are expensive.  Stay informed and become a knowledgeable consumer.  If you are researching other tool purchases, don’t forget to take a look at our Power Tool Guide section where you can research based on a number of factors.  Still, need more information for your tool purchase?  Visit our Power Tool Forum.  There is a wealth of information that can help make your buying decision easier.  Take a look at jobsite light reviews below and find the right one for you.

Dorcy LED Flashlight Review

Dan first introduced me to Dorcy lights a while back with the Metal Gear XLM.  In fact we have been using the Metal Gear...
Bosch Floodlight Review

Bosch Floodlight Review

Bosch is known in the industry for making quality power tools.  Their 18V lineup is one of the most reliable platforms on the market....
Milwaukee Rechargeable Light Review

Milwaukee Rechargeable Light Review

Jobsite lighting has come a long way since the days of the cheap incandescent lights.  Lights are now more powerful, stay cooler thanks to...
Milwaukee 2131 Tower Light Review

Milwaukee 2131 Tower Light Review

When it comes to job site lighting, let's face it, no one can compete with Milwaukee and their cordless line of Tower lights. Currently,...
Ego Panel Light

EGO Panel Light – Let EGO Light Up Your World

EGO is the premier Outdoor Power Equipment (OPE) brand for homeowners.  When they first hit the market, they changed the way consumers thought of...
Husky Aluminum Flashlight Review

Husky Aluminum Flashlight Review

Everywhere you look, you can buy some type of flashlight.  In the marketplace, you can find cheap junky lights that are inexpensive or you...
Milwaukee M18 Radius Compact Light Review

Milwaukee M18 Radius Compact Light Review

Milwaukee has had a focus on worksite lighting for a few years now ranging from spotlights, task lights, flood lights and area lights.  This year...

Gyros Tools MagnaLite Retrax2

We love lights!  Recently we checked out a couple from Gyros Tools the Magnalite pro and the Pocket Pro Magnalite.  Now they have released the...
Ryobi Workshop Light

Ryobi Workshop Light P781

Ryobi has a ton of tools for their popular 18V lineup.  You can buy them right at your local Home Depot store.  They have...
Milwaukee M12 Rocket Light Review

Milwaukee M12 Rocket Light Review

A couple years back, Milwaukee Tool changed the way Job Site lighting was viewed.  Instead of using incandescent lights, Milwaukee started using more powerful...
Milwaukee 4V Light Review

Milwaukee 4V Light Review

We all know having the right tool for the job can make a world of difference.  Having the correct tool can make the job...

Festool SysLite KAL 100 Work Lamp 498568 – Review

Ask any fine wood worker what their favorite power tool is and chances are they will say some sort of Festool.  You wont find...
Milwaukee Penlight Review

Milwaukee Penlight Review

Milwaukee has changed the power tool lighting industry for good.  Ever since Milwaukee looked at the lighting category and decided to change the way...
Milwaukee Rover Light

Milwaukee Rover Light

Milwaukee was the first power tool manufacturer to change the way we look at Job Site lighting.  Before Milwaukee redesigned the category, job site...
Ridgid Hybrid Light Review

Ridgid Hybrid Light Review – 18V Upright Area Light

Ridgid has been hitting the market hard with new lights and new solutions for the job site.  We all know what it's light when...

Maxxeon Pocket Floodlight Pen Light Review

When Dan first told me about the Maxxeon pen lights, I really didn't think much about them.  Then when I saw them, I wanted...