Outset Mini Magnetic Barbecue Light by Outset
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This great gadget acts like a mini-flashlight for your grill and it's perfect for those who like to barbecue well into the night. The strong magnetic base easily attaches to a variety of stainless steel barbecue tools. Ball and socket connection allows the light to swivel in any direction providing a full range of motion. Attach this sleek light to the grilling utensil, focusing light on the food so you can grill to perfection. Light has a modern, two-tone zinc and copper finish.
Contains 3 LED bulbs for Maximum Illumination
- Light swivels in any direction for a full range of motion.
- Strong stay - put magnet
- Zinc and plastic
- Uses three LED batteries (included)
3 years Warranty on the LED bulbs
Material: Stainless Steel
Recommended by 71% of Reviewers
Rated a “Good Value” by 71% of Reviewers
January 3, 2010
Mini Magnetic Barbecue Light by Outset
By Betty (Hemet, CA)
To me, the name of the product implies that it will light up the barbecue. Instead, it is merely a tiny light that attaches to the spatula or other barbecue TOOL. I was disappinted in this and returned the product for refund.
December 18, 2010
WISH I HAD THOUGHT OF THIS!
By maryann (LEXINGTON, VA)
THIS IS THE PERFECT TOOL FOR THOSE OF US WHO HAVE TO BARBEQUE AFTER WORK IN THE DARK! MAKES IT SO EASY TO COOK THE MEAT TO DESIRED DONENESS. ALSO HAS STRONG MAGNET. BOUGHT SEVERAL AS GIFTS
December 31, 2009
By Allison (Liverpool, NY)
The Mini Magnetic BBQ Light is a neat little gagdet. My only complaint is the on/off button seems to be flimsy. The LED's are nice and bright; the magnet is very strong. Looking forward to grilling season to really give it a try!
March 11, 2011
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By Maureen (GAITHERSBURG, MD)
Wow! This little light gives plenty of light. My husband uses it with the magnet stuck to the file cabinet next to his chair in the office to illumine the books he reads for school.