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I'm interested in purchasing grill lights for grilling in the evening because I'm fed up with using my phone light. I'll consider any other options for solving this problem, thanks in advance
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Grilling in the dark is difficult . Even with lights, it's not the same as daylight.
where'd it come from, how'd it get there?
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oil lamp or flashlight :shrug: that's how I do it.
Or you can rig up a cheap solar light and just ensure the panel is facing the best sunlight available, IME the solar light gives around twenty minutes good light after recharging but will glow dimly all night.
Off-grid options, 'cos that's all I have here. I believe there are solar or 12v work lights to be had that should be quite bright, haven't seen any in a budget of almost nothing, yet.
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I had a nice triple lamp led solar light down at my pond till the flood came. Would run about 2-2 1/2 hrs and light up the whole pond.........drew bugs like mad tho, even out where I was standing on the dock so I rarely used it. One 8 hr day would recharge the little battery. Lasted several years before the flood and moving debris took the 4x4 pole down. Looked kind of like this one. Prices have come down about 1/3 since I bought mine years ago.
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I mounted a solar powered motion detector light under the cover of our patio. Lights the place up if I'm grilling or the kids are swimming, and I don't have to worry about them (or me) forgetting to turn it off.