Grill light

traeger860

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Anyone have a recommendation for a good light for an Ironwood 650? Either something magnetic or something that attaches to the handle would be great. Thanks.
 

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I have one like this, it can be used magnetically or can clamp to a shelf.


I highly suggest that what ever light you do get, I would look for ones that use AA batteries, AND, I would only use Eveready Lithium AA's and AAA's for anything you care about. They are perfect as they store a long time, they NEVER leak, EVER. Plus they are more powerful and lighter weight. I get them in bulk and use them all over the house.
 

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I use a bicycle light, or what I call a cyclops. It's on my head like a miners light so my hands are free and nothing is touching the grill.
 

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I use a bicycle light, or what I call a cyclops. It's on my head like a miners light so my hands are free and nothing is touching the grill.
Headlamps are great for this as well, here is a wide angle version that is awesome for this kind of work;

 

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That's a great looking light. I might have to replace my old cyclops.
 
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