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Old 08-25-2016, 02:49 PM   #1
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Question 12v (cigarette plug style) LED floodlight? Durable.

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Does anyone own (or have a link to) a plug and play 12v (cigarette plug style) LED floodlight? Durable.

I do NOT want a rechargeable thing.

I do not want a spotlight

I am after a rugged 12v floodlight

That plugs into cigarette lighter.

I did a bunch of searching and found the light stick kind

But would love a work light - with feet - or similar.

Floodlight.

Not solar not rechargeable

One function device

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I see 12 volt DC LED Floodlights that are meant to be hardwired like Velocity-4 Floodlight Off Road LED Light

You could splice a lighter plug on to the included wires. It's only 1 amp so you should be fine.

Here's a brighter one... https://www.amazon.com/QUANS-Securit...in%3A684459011
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Here's one that seems to be what you're looking for. 12 Volt plug, just a floodlight. Has a magnetic base so you can stick it on your tow vehicle as well:

https://www.amazon.com/Peterson-Manu.../dp/B000DLBK7I
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Here's one that seems to be what you're looking for. 12 Volt plug, just a floodlight. Has a magnetic base so you can stick it on your tow vehicle as well:

https://www.amazon.com/Peterson-Manu.../dp/B000DLBK7I
That looks like the desired format, but is not an LED unit. According to another retail website, it has a 55-watt H3 automotive auxiliary lamp halogen bulb (commonly used for fog laps and work lamps like this). That would put out lots of light but would take over 4 amps.

Northern Tool's website says that product is discontinued, but offers a magnetically-mounted alternative which is LED:
Ultra Tow Weatherproof Worklight — 27 Watts, 9 LEDs | LED Automotive Work Lights| Northern Tool + Equipment
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That looks like the desired format, but is not an LED unit. According to another retail website, it has a 55-watt H3 automotive auxiliary lamp halogen bulb (commonly used for fog laps and work lamps like this). That would put out lots of light but would take over 4 amps.

Northern Tool's website says that product is discontinued, but offers a magnetically-mounted alternative which is LED:
Ultra Tow Weatherproof Worklight — 27 Watts, 9 LEDs | LED Automotive Work Lights| Northern Tool + Equipment
Yeah, didn't notice he wanted an LED.

In that case, how about this one? Has a stand, and works with either 12V or 110 AC power:

https://www.amazon.com/Utilitech-Pro.../dp/B00UKMNOG0
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Thanks so much everyone for the awesome suggestions.

Much appreciated.

I was just looking on the web and I found this

It might be a bit over priced.

Just one more option

12V DC Auto Plug End 100 LED Flood Light : LED Lights Bulbs Signs & Novelties at Great Prices
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I'm curious. What is the purpose of this flood light?
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Thanks so much everyone for the awesome suggestions.

Much appreciated.

I was just looking on the web and I found this

It might be a bit over priced.

Just one more option

12V DC Auto Plug End 100 LED Flood Light : LED Lights Bulbs Signs & Novelties at Great Prices
Depending on what you want it to do, this one is just 8 watts. I wouldn't expect it to be very bright.
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I'm curious. What is the purpose of this flood light?
too keep any floods away....
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I'm curious. What is the purpose of this flood light?
too keep any floods away....
I was thinking just the opposite, like the Bat Light.

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