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Cricket 11-02-2018 02:45 PM

Giveaway: Milwaukee M12™ ROCKET™ Dual Power Tower Light
 
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I am thrilled to announce that we have partnered with Milwaukee Tool to give away THREE M12™ ROCKET™ Dual Power Tower Lights along with the M12™ REDLITHIUM™ XC6.0 battery pack with charger!

To enter this drawing, respond to the following question.

In what situations would you use the M12™ ROCKET™ Dual Power Tower Light?

On November 14, 2018 we will do random drawings from the responses in this thread to select THREE winners.

Added Note: Responses to this thread should be limited to entering the giveaway by responding to the posted question.

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M12™ ROCKET™ Dual Power Tower Light

MORE PORTABLE. ALL-DAY OPERATION - The M12™ ROCKET™ Dual Power Tower Light has the lightest weight in its class and a 45% smaller footprint than M18™ ROCKET™ Tower Lights that allows it to be easily carried and setup in the most confined spaces. The 2132-20 extends 5'8” to provide 1,400 Lumens of TRUEVIEW™ High Definition Output on high mode and 700 Lumens on low mode.

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When powered by an M12™ REDLITHIUM™ XC6.0 battery pack, it runs up to 10 hours on a single charge or can be plugged into an extension cord for all-day operation. After deployment, the 2132-20 is supported by impact-resistant, reinforced legs that form a compact base with a low center of gravity to help survive any jobsite.

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M12™ ROCKET™ Dual Power Tower Light Key Features
  • Dual Power: Powered By M12™ or Extension Cord
  • Collapses to 2'7", Extends to 5'8"
  • Light Head Rotates 210° and Pivots 270° for Light In Any Direction
  • 1,400 Lumens of TRUEVIEW™ High Definition Output
  • Impact Resistant, Reinforced Legs
  • Protective Guard: Secures Head and Lens During Transport and Storage
Sponsored by: Milwaukee Tool
For over 90 years, Milwaukee has led the industry in both durability & performance. We continue to deliver innovative solutions for increased productivity.

BlueRidgeGreen 11-02-2018 03:52 PM

Today.

Historic restoration.

Built before electricity.

Dark crawl spaces and attics.

Not to mention after we pull all the knob and tube out.


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Donohue Const 11-02-2018 04:38 PM

now that the clocks are about to roll back, we would need it to keep working late!!

crawl spaces
remodels before temp lighting is put in

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WarnerConstInc. 11-02-2018 04:41 PM

Never have enough light when I am doing filler work on a machine frame.

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Tinstaafl 11-02-2018 04:44 PM

I could use one of those lights right now. I'm in the middle of running plumbing and electrical wiring (including new service panel) in the basement of a house that's being rebuilt after a fire and has no electricity. I've lost count of how many extension cords we have running from the generator.

More generally, I do a lot of crawl space and attic work. That light would shine there.

Uh, so to speak.

Warren 11-02-2018 04:46 PM

This time of year, especially when it rains, it can be dark a lot of the day.

Deaknh 11-02-2018 05:05 PM

Interior painting, bathroom remodels especially when fixtures are being swapped out, any work outside after 5pm...its dark here now.

RichVT 11-02-2018 05:16 PM

I would use it for painting. Can never have too much artificial light this time of year.

Big Johnson 11-02-2018 05:21 PM

Daylight savings time is ending Saturday. So pretty much every night since it’s going to be dark at 5.

Calidecks 11-02-2018 05:28 PM

Absolutely without a doubt, loading my trailer at night. Would work great for lighting the whole thing up from outside the trailer. [emoji106]


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avenge 11-02-2018 06:07 PM

I use some sort of lighting on nearly every job, right now I'm using 2 of these on one of my jobs. I have 3 jobs going so I take one with me at the end of the day, not the only lights I have but they're the best I have.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Utilitech-7...ght/1000367897

mrcat 11-02-2018 06:48 PM

Was just using the dewalt version of this light today, replacing an old cast iron sewer pipe in a remodel we are doing for a GC.


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PCI 11-02-2018 06:52 PM

Basement remodels, we now cut ceiling holes with wire looped in the ceiling (no power/no lights). Lights get powered up after taped, sprayed and painted.

superseal 11-02-2018 07:15 PM

Chimney liners...always dark and dingy behind heaters in old basements when I rip open the thimble area...will come in handy big league.

General dark condition supplemental lighting...of which we all know happens more than we'd like.

Perfecting my already perfect drywall and plaster work :rolleyes:

and lest we not forget the occasional power outage that are seemingly lasting longer and longer each time we get one :censored:

AJobDunWell 11-02-2018 07:36 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by avenge (Post 7400923)
I use some sort of lighting on nearly every job, right now I'm using 2 of these on one of my jobs. I have 3 jobs going so I take one with me at the end of the day, not the only lights I have but they're the best I have.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Utilitech-7...ght/1000367897

I've been looking at LED work lights and those look pretty bright, 7000 lumens is roughly the equivalent of 3000 watts of ballasted light if my memory serves. Of course during the winter its nice having that heat source, up until someones trying to warm up and stands in your light

fjn 11-02-2018 09:47 PM

Striking up masonry work that absolutely had to be done that day and running out of day light.:thumbsup:

Seven-Delta-FortyOne 11-02-2018 09:48 PM

Because I do so much electrical, I'm constantly working without power. So battery-lighting is pretty necessary for me.

I know, I know, "You were trained to work it hot, so work it hot". :blink: :no:

No thanks.

Joasis 11-03-2018 06:12 AM

When we shore saferooms before concrete pours, and no power.

BeforeChristoff 11-03-2018 06:39 AM

I do a lot of attic work where there is no lighting and I'm getting tired of the electrical cord constantly being in the way, also when doing major electrical work with my electrician it comes in handy when doing panel work when the main power is off

hdavis 11-03-2018 09:17 AM

I practically live with a headlamp on. Attics, crawl spaces, closets, outside work after dark. It seems there is never enough light.

I'd use these for area lighting, but I'd still have my headlamp.


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