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Old 11-28-2017, 09:57 PM   #1
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Recommendation For Focused Led Light With Gooseneck?


I bout this for my chop saw table.
http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/40315673/
It WORK. I would buy something similar for table saw. However that Ikea light delivery only 88 lumens. Would like something around 200. Do anyone tested some good light of that kind. Halogen is and will stay my choice for lighting projects, but I found that focused led light work well for my cutting area.
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Re: Recommendation For Focused Led Light With Gooseneck?


Both this yesterday.
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Style-Selec...RoC_cYQAvD_BwE
280 lumens, little more area covered, work well. Small one from Ikea moved to table saw, work well to. Huge help with coping. Finally I can see what I do.

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I have 2 of those ikea ones, they work well. I also have a Halogen one kind of like it from Lowes but bulb burns out quickly.

I was thinking about this one.

https://www.amazon.com/QUANS-Clamp-G...ogen+desk+lamp
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^^^ That look good to. I was consindering it to but do not know if I would like without checking. I need more light around chop saw because I do coping at horses there to. Finally I can see what I do when cope base shoe.
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However that Ikea light delivery only 88 lumens. Would like something around 200. Do anyone tested some good light of that kind.
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I have 2 of those ikea ones, they work well. I also have a Halogen one kind of like it from Lowes but bulb burns out quickly.

I was thinking about this one.

https://www.amazon.com/QUANS-Clamp-G...ogen+desk+lamp
Looks like RRK found one that is a focused LED, gooseneck and exceeds your main criteria (i.e. - lumens)...
  • 5W COB LED provides 500 Lumens Brighter then 40W halogen bulb, Energy efficient
All your check boxes are checked... For only $19, not too risky a purchase...

Don't forget pics and a review...

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