Husky 20 Million Rechargeable Spotlight
Husky has a new big light out on the market and if it's anything like their last one, you should be able to blind orbiting astronauts with it. Their latest portable sun is called the 20 Million (probably in reference to it's freakishly large candlepower) and it looks like it would be a good thing to have in the trunk of your car.
The light uses a replaceable 100 watt Phillips H-4 dual filament bulb. When fully charged, the light lasts about 25 minutes at full power. It comes with 12-volt DC and 120-volt AC adapters so recharging it shouldn't be a problem. Also included is a shoulder strap and a work stand. Since it's made for outdoor use, the 20 Million is weather-resistant.
At the moment, there is only one Amazon review up and the guy talks about how big the light is. From the picture, it looks like your standard hand held spot light, but if you look closer, you'll start to notice how small the handle is in proportion with the rest of the light. Also, when was the last time you heard of a flashlight coming with a shoulder strap?
The 20 Million costs around $40, which is a good deal if you're in the market for a Balco-addled flashlight.
Read More in: Hand Tools | Work Lights
Share this Article with others:
Came straight to this page? Visit Tool Snob for all the latest news.
Posted by Doug Mahoney at January 10, 2008 5:42 AM
We have had a husky rechargeable spot light and it has never really worked. You can recharge it and it does not light up, purchased at Canadian Tire where noone knows what they are talking about.
What little life we had from this spotlight was good, but now I am reluctant to purchase another in case the same thing happens and again noone knows how to fix the problem.