Metal Cage Trouble Lights

Tel: 1-800-429-3289

Not all mechanic's trouble lights are the same. The cheapies use copper-sprayed alloy contacts that just don't last more than a year or two. You find yourself re-adjusting the lamp's position again and again to get it to work. The better ones, like we carry, use solid copper or nickle contacts that hold up even in marine salt environments. The few extra dollars you pay for a 'better' mechanic's trouble light, the fewer frustrations you'll have when getting the job done. The cords on our lights are better too. They'll withstand a tough pull, and remain reasonably flexible in cold weather... it's the small things that make a good trouble light!


Don't forget to pickup a few ruff service bulbs from us too.