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Steck MIG Light - 23240

Steck
SKU:    STECK-23240
Regular Price: $29.99
 On Sale For: $24.97 
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Ensure proper illumination in your weld area with just the right amount of light you need using the Steck MIG Light. By brightening your workspace, it helps make your welding jobs easy. Focus the light where required to make sure you are able to make precise welds. This LED light is long-lasting and has a plastic shield to protect the tool.

The illumination this LED light gives off does not vary whether you are wearing an auto-darkening helmet or a traditional helmet. Attach the Steck MIG light to any welding torch or MIG welder. It has a flexible mounting bracket that fixes to the neck of 1/2" – 3/4" standard MIG welding torches. With a single screw attachment, this light ensures that you can easily move it to adjust it to the position you want. The On/Off switch is easy to use, and you can operate it easily while wearing your welding gloves. To conserve battery life and to prevent unwanted use, this MIG Light is designed with an auto shut-off feature to turn off after 30 minutes. This long-lasting LED light is powered by an AAA battery (included). It also comes with two plastic shields to offer protection to the LED.

Key Features of the Steck MIG Light:

  • Long-lasting LED light
  • Can be attached to any welding torch
  • Features an easy to use on-off switch

The Steck MIG Light Includes:

  • AAA battery
  • Two plastic shields that protect the LED
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1. Anonymous User on 11/16/2016, said:

Wouldn't recommend it. Flimsy rubber mount. If you bump it into anything it falls off. Cheap made. Save money and wire a small flash light to your welder handle.
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2. Anonymous User on 5/3/2016, said:

Very handy to have. I can't quite get it aimed where I would prefer, but I still would recommend it. I found the switch is almost too sensitive. I think it would be a better design if the switch was on the side, not the "bottom".
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3. Anonymous User on 4/6/2016, said:

Light is not very bright. The fit could have been better for my Miller 250. Would not spend $30 to buy another one.
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4. Anonymous User on 4/5/2016, said:

The light seems to be a good fit for the welding that I do. I have small mig torch so it fits really good and positioning of the light to be out of the way and still give light is good. The one big problem that I do have is when I ordered the light I would have liked to receive it ASAP but it took two weeks before it was even shipped out from the Auto Body Tool Mart and another week to receive. I am not very impressed with the shipping dept. even though the product was good I will not be ordering again. And by the way this is not the first order from them that took that long.
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5. Anonymous User on 2/22/2016, said:

It works great, switch feels a little cheap, hope it gets better.
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6. Anonymous User on 1/25/2016, said:

This is an answer to a prayer for an old guy who just can't get enough light. It does not fit my Lincoln stinger too well, but I still like it.
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7. Anonymous User on 7/2/2013, said:

Haven't actually used it yet but have fit it to my torch and played with it a bit. It comes with a couple of extra protective lenses for the light & keeping it out of the spatter may be the challenge. I will use it when welding in a trunk filler panel & is the only way I could find to get light where you need it in such a cramped area. The switch seemed a little iffy but got better after cycling it a few times.
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