Battery Powered Lights for Garage
Somouk- I’ve had a look at the solar ones, and they come in at about £80.
I was looking for something nearer £30.
Nice idea Trailrat- but again, a little costly.
I have a nice rechargeable DAB radio for music needs.
The garage is near enough to run an extension when I need to work in their for an evening- this is really just for putting bike away, finding things etc…Posted 4 years agofootflapsSubscriber
The garage is near enough to run an extension when I need to work in their for an evening-
Just use this?
I’ve had the workshop powered off a 50m extension lead for the last year. At some point I’ll get round to wiring up the dedicated armoured cable I’ve run to it.Posted 4 years agostumpy01Member
Something like this hung by the door:
Tesco do loads of this kind of thing too. Not sure if they are any cheaper though.Posted 4 years agosharkbaitMember
old car stereo
This is what’s we’ve got in our beach hut. Lighting is by 12v LED tape (looks v cool) plus I’ve wired in a car 12v outley so we can charge phones, etc which is a big help.Posted 4 years ago
Not the same useage though – we go to the beach at 10 a.m. and may not return until 11 p.m.
Going to add another battery and more task-specific lighting (changing area/worktop/outside) which can be switched separately. Also got a tiny battery charge display for about £2.50 from China so I can see if/when additional charging is required.jairajSubscriber
My parents have one these when going into the shed when its dark. Its more than bright enough to light up a garage to do basic work eg put bikes away. If you were spannering away on the bike or doing something intricate you’d want to bring it closer or use something brighter.Posted 4 years agoturqMember
I’m about to get one of these for the very same reasonPosted 4 years ago
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