• Dewalt (Dcl050) 20 V Max Led Work Light, Hand Held, Tool Only
  • Dewalt (Dcl050) 20 V Max Led Work Light, Hand Held, Tool Only
  • Dewalt (Dcl050) 20 V Max Led Work Light, Hand Held, Tool Only
Dewalt (Dcl050) 20 V Max Led Work Light, Hand Held, Tool Only
Dewalt (Dcl050) 20 V Max Led Work Light, Hand Held, Tool Only
Dewalt (Dcl050) 20 V Max Led Work Light, Hand Held, Tool Only

Dewalt (Dcl050) 20 V Max Led Work Light, Hand Held, Tool Only

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  • 3 Bright Leds Illuminate Dark Jobsite Work Areas
  • 2 Brightness Settings Of 500 Lumens & 250 Lumens Provide Flexibility For Maximum Light Output Or Extended Run Time
  • 140deg Pivoting Head Provides Versatility For Lighting Work Surfaces
  • *Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 20 volts. Nominal voltage is 18
  • 3 Bright LED's illuminates dark jobsite work areas
  • Brightness Settings; 500 & 250 Lumens
  • 140 Degree Pivoting Head
  • Built in telescoping and 360Degree rotating hook
  • Over molded lens cover

Customer Reviews

Awesome Light for Homeowner I'm a do it yourself homeowner with numerous to Dewalt 20 V tools. While this light is a little more expensive than I would've liked, it does offer a wide light dispersion when working in the dark environment. It is capable of lighting up the entire side of my house. I never have to worry about finding the right batteries as I have always had a supply of Dewalt 20 V batteries fully charged. Also, I live in Southern California and am concerned about earthquake preparedness, which this light more than adequately addresses. 5Good light, another good product from DeWalt with only one flaw Good:-Bright enough for what you pay for it-Battery interchangeability with other DeWalt 20v tools-Not terribly heavy-You can put the belt clips on the bottom for more hanging options-Battery life seems goodThe only, sometimes very frustrating bad:-The head that pivots does so too well, why they couldn't have added some sort of a lock to lock it in whatever position you need I will never knowFor the $60 you pay for the bare tool with no batteries/charger I think it's a good deal. I've had it for a couple months, and I don't use it every day but when I do I use it it's all day long and I am not gentle with it. 4Love it!! GET IT!! I seldom write reviews until I've used a tool for at least six months to a year.When reading this review please bear in mind I'm a "DeWalt guy, DeWalt user".The DCL050 LED Hand Held Area Light just knocked it out of the park for me. It brightens up my varying work areas which can go from under a truck to drywalling to working on a sink. (Work as a Maintenance Tech) It is surprisingly bright, the detents on the angled head are crisp, very versatile to hang or stand. I use a 2ah battery on mine just minimize weight but I get plenty of life outta that.One!!,,,,little change I'd like to see if life was just a perfect world. I wouldn't mind a trigger lock to prevent the light from activating. I toss this thing in my truck side boxes and have turned it on over night in the past. Not a performance issue at all, I'll just find a better home for it in the future. 5DeWalt / Makita Comparison I have both the DEWALT DCL050 light and the Makita DML801 light. They both work well, although I prefer the Makita, which has been working well for 10 years now.Makita - top bends 180 degrees to fold up completely, so it's sturdier in transport and more compact in your toolbox.DeWalt - top folds down 90 degrees (the description's 140 degree pivot is because it also bends backwards 50 degrees).Makita - the pivot point locks well at every click.Dewalt - the pivot point is loose and won't hold its position if you shake it.Makita - the top rotates 180 degrees, effectively giving 360 degrees of pivot to the light, from shining straight back to straight forwardDeWalt - top does not rotateMakita - rated at 250 lumens maxDeWalt - rated at 500 lumens maxMakita was $20 cheaper than the DeWalt on Amazon when I wrote this review.I am happy with both lights, but the Makita gets the higher rating.7/18 - dropped from 4 to 3 stars because it won't hold its position, the pivot is just too loose. Really Dewalt, you couldn't design a snug pivot? 3The light is plenty bright to be used as a 'Work' light! I absolutely love this LED work light. It's a great addition to my Dewalt line of 20V tools, and the battery lasts forever. I used it for the first time for 4 hours and my battery is still showing full. I saw several complaints that the light was not bright enough. That is not the case. This light was made for people who have a need for a work light. It is great for mechanics, HVAC repair, Plumbing and jobs like that. IF the light were any brighter it would not work because it would reflect off the metal. I use mine primarily for mechanical work. I used to use a Streamlight at the lowest settings. With the Streamlight, at the highest settings you would get horrible glares and even at the lowest settings the glare could sometimes make it difficult to work. The Dewalt light is perfect and has a dimming option also. At this point i have absolutely no complaints, and if the light lasts as long as my other Dewalt products have then it will be well worth the money I spent to purchase it. 5Great Portable Work Light! I really like this light. I'm in the HVAC trade, this light puts out a decent amount of light, where you need it and the best part is no cord. I like how the head swivels backwards. I used it a couple days ago while replacing a ductwork system in a house with a very low roof. It ran approximately three hours on a 2amp hour battery. I've also used it to change a blower motor on another unit in an attic. If I know I'm going to be in an attic or under a house for an extended period of time I'm taking this with me. I always have my head lamp on, but extra light is no brainer.The light appears to be very rugged, the fit and feel is very much like my XR 20v impact driver. It has two brightness settings which helps to extend battery power. The pop-out rafter hanger is also a really nice feature. I like the semi-wide beam angle, it's just right for what I need. If your in the HVAC trade or just need a decent work light I think this is perfect solution and happy medium to the smaller Dewalt spot light and a corded work lamp.The only thing that could've been better is if the lamp portion also articulated. That way you could fold the unit over then swiveled the LED section 90 degrees. Again, so far I've got nothing bad to say about this light. I works very well and I'm very glad to have it. 5Great Super Bright Light, Great Warranty Service Update: After a little over a year of using the DCL050 as a flashlight about twice daily for 10 minutes at a time, the top LED went out. The light was still usable and brighter than the alternatives with only 2 working LEDs, but I was not happy for that to happen with a premium product. I contacted DeWalt support and they said they would send me a replacement. The one downside was the item was backordered for ~2 months, but true to their word, the replacement arrived today and works great.Original Review:The area light serves as a phenomenal flashlight for supervising my dogs in the yard at night. The light is bright and consistent throughout a large central circular area without having to worry about blinding the dogs with a super-bright focused spot the way the spotlight model does. (However, the spotlight is also nice.)This is miles ahead of the flashlight options offered by the sister Black&Decker brand. Well worth the extra cost. 5Great light This light works great for lighting up an attic or a dark room while doing electrical work. Only downfall is the light is a little "top heavy" even with a larger 3.0 battery when you tilt it back 45 degrees it falls over. Not the end of the world because this puts out a lot of great light to work from. 5An incredibly handy light. I have a good number of work lights and LED flashlights and I find that I use this more than the rest. It is more than bright enough for most of my uses and it really seems to be easy on batteries. I like the fact that it stands up nicely and doesn't tend to fall over. I often use it with a 20/60 Flex Volt battery and it is super stable with that heavy battery as a base. The flex head is neat for putting light where i want it and the lower setting lessons battery draw when yo need less light. I carry it in my Jeep when we go camping as it makes a great light to set up camp in the dark.I could see buying a second one of these. 5Love this light but it does have some flaws Love this light but it does have some flaws. The neck (ratcheting support) seems weak. Just quickly moving it around will cause the adjustable neck to give out so you have to reset it. Also the light output is just ok for a small area. Does not have as much of a spread as I was hoping. Overall though it is a must have, when there is no light in the room, it is a nice quick temp light and I love the hook on it even though it unscrewed after hanging and spinning around too much (it was fixable though) Overall not bad and I definitely need it 3
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Awesome Light for Homeowner I'm a do it yourself homeowner with numerous to Dewalt 20 V tools. While this light is a little more expensive than I would've liked, it does offer a wide light dispersion when working in the dark environment. It is capable of lighting up the entire side of my house. I never have to worry about finding the right batteries as I have always had a supply of Dewalt 20 V batteries fully charged. Also, I live in Southern California and am concerned about earthquake preparedness, which this light more than adequately addresses. 5Good light, another good product from DeWalt with only one flaw Good:-Bright enough for what you pay for it-Battery interchangeability with other DeWalt 20v tools-Not terribly heavy-You can put the belt clips on the bottom for more hanging options-Battery life seems goodThe only, sometimes very frustrating bad:-The head that pivots does so too well, why they couldn't have added some sort of a lock to lock it in whatever position you need I will never knowFor the $60 you pay for the bare tool with no batteries/charger I think it's a good deal. I've had it for a couple months, and I don't use it every day but when I do I use it it's all day long and I am not gentle with it. 4Love it!! GET IT!! I seldom write reviews until I've used a tool for at least six months to a year.When reading this review please bear in mind I'm a "DeWalt guy, DeWalt user".The DCL050 LED Hand Held Area Light just knocked it out of the park for me. It brightens up my varying work areas which can go from under a truck to drywalling to working on a sink. (Work as a Maintenance Tech) It is surprisingly bright, the detents on the angled head are crisp, very versatile to hang or stand. I use a 2ah battery on mine just minimize weight but I get plenty of life outta that.One!!,,,,little change I'd like to see if life was just a perfect world. I wouldn't mind a trigger lock to prevent the light from activating. I toss this thing in my truck side boxes and have turned it on over night in the past. Not a performance issue at all, I'll just find a better home for it in the future. 5DeWalt / Makita Comparison I have both the DEWALT DCL050 light and the Makita DML801 light. They both work well, although I prefer the Makita, which has been working well for 10 years now.Makita - top bends 180 degrees to fold up completely, so it's sturdier in transport and more compact in your toolbox.DeWalt - top folds down 90 degrees (the description's 140 degree pivot is because it also bends backwards 50 degrees).Makita - the pivot point locks well at every click.Dewalt - the pivot point is loose and won't hold its position if you shake it.Makita - the top rotates 180 degrees, effectively giving 360 degrees of pivot to the light, from shining straight back to straight forwardDeWalt - top does not rotateMakita - rated at 250 lumens maxDeWalt - rated at 500 lumens maxMakita was $20 cheaper than the DeWalt on Amazon when I wrote this review.I am happy with both lights, but the Makita gets the higher rating.7/18 - dropped from 4 to 3 stars because it won't hold its position, the pivot is just too loose. Really Dewalt, you couldn't design a snug pivot? 3The light is plenty bright to be used as a 'Work' light! I absolutely love this LED work light. It's a great addition to my Dewalt line of 20V tools, and the battery lasts forever. I used it for the first time for 4 hours and my battery is still showing full. I saw several complaints that the light was not bright enough. That is not the case. This light was made for people who have a need for a work light. It is great for mechanics, HVAC repair, Plumbing and jobs like that. IF the light were any brighter it would not work because it would reflect off the metal. I use mine primarily for mechanical work. I used to use a Streamlight at the lowest settings. With the Streamlight, at the highest settings you would get horrible glares and even at the lowest settings the glare could sometimes make it difficult to work. The Dewalt light is perfect and has a dimming option also. At this point i have absolutely no complaints, and if the light lasts as long as my other Dewalt products have then it will be well worth the money I spent to purchase it. 5Great Portable Work Light! I really like this light. I'm in the HVAC trade, this light puts out a decent amount of light, where you need it and the best part is no cord. I like how the head swivels backwards. I used it a couple days ago while replacing a ductwork system in a house with a very low roof. It ran approximately three hours on a 2amp hour battery. I've also used it to change a blower motor on another unit in an attic. If I know I'm going to be in an attic or under a house for an extended period of time I'm taking this with me. I always have my head lamp on, but extra light is no brainer.The light appears to be very rugged, the fit and feel is very much like my XR 20v impact driver. It has two brightness settings which helps to extend battery power. The pop-out rafter hanger is also a really nice feature. I like the semi-wide beam angle, it's just right for what I need. If your in the HVAC trade or just need a decent work light I think this is perfect solution and happy medium to the smaller Dewalt spot light and a corded work lamp.The only thing that could've been better is if the lamp portion also articulated. That way you could fold the unit over then swiveled the LED section 90 degrees. Again, so far I've got nothing bad to say about this light. I works very well and I'm very glad to have it. 5Great Super Bright Light, Great Warranty Service Update: After a little over a year of using the DCL050 as a flashlight about twice daily for 10 minutes at a time, the top LED went out. The light was still usable and brighter than the alternatives with only 2 working LEDs, but I was not happy for that to happen with a premium product. I contacted DeWalt support and they said they would send me a replacement. The one downside was the item was backordered for ~2 months, but true to their word, the replacement arrived today and works great.Original Review:The area light serves as a phenomenal flashlight for supervising my dogs in the yard at night. The light is bright and consistent throughout a large central circular area without having to worry about blinding the dogs with a super-bright focused spot the way the spotlight model does. (However, the spotlight is also nice.)This is miles ahead of the flashlight options offered by the sister Black&Decker brand. Well worth the extra cost. 5Great light This light works great for lighting up an attic or a dark room while doing electrical work. Only downfall is the light is a little "top heavy" even with a larger 3.0 battery when you tilt it back 45 degrees it falls over. Not the end of the world because this puts out a lot of great light to work from. 5An incredibly handy light. I have a good number of work lights and LED flashlights and I find that I use this more than the rest. It is more than bright enough for most of my uses and it really seems to be easy on batteries. I like the fact that it stands up nicely and doesn't tend to fall over. I often use it with a 20/60 Flex Volt battery and it is super stable with that heavy battery as a base. The flex head is neat for putting light where i want it and the lower setting lessons battery draw when yo need less light. I carry it in my Jeep when we go camping as it makes a great light to set up camp in the dark.I could see buying a second one of these. 5Love this light but it does have some flaws Love this light but it does have some flaws. The neck (ratcheting support) seems weak. Just quickly moving it around will cause the adjustable neck to give out so you have to reset it. Also the light output is just ok for a small area. Does not have as much of a spread as I was hoping. Overall though it is a must have, when there is no light in the room, it is a nice quick temp light and I love the hook on it even though it unscrewed after hanging and spinning around too much (it was fixable though) Overall not bad and I definitely need it 3
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