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This is the newest version of Goose-Grip Mechanic's Worklight in it's most economical form. This is a "bare tool" that comes in throw away cardboard carton and no battery or charger.  It also comes with a power cable (except Snap-On version) to source power from the 12 volt vehicle battery should you deplete the charge in your  battery. This product has a lifetime warranty. The leds in the 44 led array are of a CRI rating greater than 90 (sunlight is 100 for reference), that makes the raw materials cost of our product very high. All materials used are nothing but the best with steel painted and baked finish, 6061 Aluminum and 303 Stainless Steel Swivel CNC made and a 3D printed ABS plastic battery housing in the battery platform of your choice. Drop down menu choices of M12, DW12 or Snap-On 14.4V. Even all screws are Stainless. Simple hard wired circuit leaves little to nothing to fail electrically and built rugged. Choice of 20 different color patterns with no upcharge.  This picture was chosen simply to show a good closeup of the M12 light so you can see what it is capable of and not because of the need to illuminate inside of a wheelwell as shown. Lifetime Warranty - some minor conditions but nothing bad or out of reason.

Reminder: The Dewalt battery platform is 12 volt not 20 volt.

Goose-Grip™ Mechanic's Work light - Vacuum Suction Plate Bare Tool

SKU: M12GGLC011231
PriceFrom $199.99
  • This vacuum suction plate was created by me for the specific reason of having the best engine bay light that allows coverage of any place in the engine bay and the suction cup placement is for use on windshield glass or any glass inside or outside the vehicle. IT WILL ATTACH TO PERCEPTIVELY FLAT BODY PANELS PROVIDED THAT THEY ARE WIPED SMOOTH AND MOIST BUT LONG TERM STAYING IN PLACE IS MEANT FOR GLASS. Some users have attached Goose-Grip to a drivers door 5 feet in the air and used the gooseneck to illuminate the wheel well area. This can work but there is a higher probability of the vacuum suction plate not holding on a door panel transcending the gooseneck parallel to the ground on a panel that was not wiped smooth with a moist sponge. When the light hits the concrete floor its gonna get broke somewhere and so will your battery. I'm not saying that you cannot use the light like this but if you do, please look ahead and put a moving blanket on the ground so when the light does fall, it will likely survive the impact. Always look and see what the light will hit if it drops and plan accordingly to mitigate damage. The suction cup will stay attached in many cases indefinitely to flat moist glass. There is nothing inferior about this suction cup. It holds best long term to a surface that is smooth as glass. It will sometimes lull you into a false sense of security because you can attach this to many surfaces you thought it would never attach to - the problem is that it may only hold tight for just a few minutes. This suction cup attaches itself with about 112lbs of breakaway force provided the attachment point is flat and smooth and moist whenever possible. The smoothness of the surface is directly related to the length of time it remains attached. Again, use it in clean and moist glass whenever possible.




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