MCM Electronics

45 LED Portable Work Light with Tripod By Duratool (29-5840) MCM Part #29-5840

3.5 stars 3 reviews
MSRP: $59.99
You Save: $26.00 (43 %)
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Illuminate any work area with this portable work light. The 45 LEDs use very little energy and generate almost no heat. The tripod adjusts from 3 - 6 feet with a simple twist. It’s rated IP44 water resistant for additional safety.

Specifications Top


  • 225 lumens
  • LED lights last up to 50,000 hours
  • Voltage: 110V/60Hz
  • IP44 water resistant

Part Numbers
MCM Part #:29-5840
Duratool Part #:29-5840
Package Specifications & Dimensions
Weight:6.34 lbs.
RoHS Comp:No
Warranty:90 days
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Length:24 in.
Width:8.25 in.
Height:24 in.
Shipping Information
Extra Shipping Charge:No
Drop Ship:No

Product Reviews Top

  • by hfc7713

    on 5/19/2016

    OK for the money.

    Overall: 3.5 out of 5
    Top 25 Contributor

    Not very bright and not particularly heavy duty but for the money it works fine. Light duty jobs it does OK..

  • by bunda3

    on 2/18/2015

    A third or fourth the price of similar LED work lights at big box home centers

    Overall: 4 out of 5

    A third or fourth the price of similar LED work lights at big box home centers. Another reviewer mentioned how it doesn't have a switch but it's still a good value. I imagine it's made of relatively "cheap" components and materials too, but LEDs are known for being pretty hardy, and it's not like it's made for standing on -- it's just a light.

    Works good, about as bright as I'd expected, very adjustable, excellent value so far. Also, bumped it already and watched it tip and slam against a brick wall, and no harm done. So: Tough enough for my home remodeling projects (so far).

  • by

    on 6/11/2014

    Not quite bright enough

    Overall: 3 out of 5

    Hey these lights use very little power and can be powered by even a battery system/inverter for quite a while. But I just find that they are not quite as bright as I need for lighting a shop working on a motorcycle with only a few ceiling bulbs as well. However at this price point and power usage I would still recommend them. I am considering them in other applications as well since a small solar panel and battery system with a decent inverter will easily power these for remote buildings/sheds/garages. I would however like to see power switches so I don't have to pull the plug each time I turn them on/off.