Milwaukee Cordless Tower Light Review
"Milwaukee is shining bright with this Cordless Rocket Dual Power Tower Light"
One thing I have always been short on is lights in the shop. My "shop" is really my two car garage and it definitely didn't come equipped with much lighting, so I was super excited to try out this Milwaukee M18 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Rocket Dual Power Tower Light.
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This box comes packed with the one Milwaukee M18 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Rocket Dual Power Tower Light. Home Depot also offers kits that included the charger and battery but luckily this tool is fully compatible with the M18 system, so I used one of my other Milwaukee batteries to test this power light out.
Testing out the Milwaukee Power Tower Light
Any tool I can set without using a manual is a win for me. This light pretty much is self explanatory. It setups and breaks down easily and serves as a great addition to a dark shop.
I was happy to see the different light settings on the power light and how easy it was to change between them with a push of the power button.
The Milwaukee M18 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Rocket Dual Power Tower Light also seems pretty durable. When I bump into it, it will slide before it tips over, which is great for me, because I'm always moving things around in my shop. I also love the tower portion of the light, it came in handy when working on the ground, I was able to put it beside me and shine it directly down on the project I was working on.
The setup was really as easy as 1,2,3. I like the ability to be able to easily break down the light for storage or traveling.
My shop definitely needs light help, so the more lumens the better. The Milwaukee M18 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Rocket Dual Power Tower Light provides 2,500 lumens of brightness. This would be an awesome light for a job site, it definitely is a great addition to my garage.
Cordless and A/C
Although I'm a huge fan of cordless, its nice to be able to have the option to plug in the light for unlimited power. Who doesn't love options?
How it Could Be Better?
I think this light is a bit pricey. I think now that I have one, I'm glad to have it but I don't know if I'm happy about the cost. It would be nice if it was priced a bit lower. Nonetheless, I am glad to have it as a part of my shop.