Reviewed By freda d (Mount Olive, MS) Reviewed for a 2014 Chevy Silverado —2/6/2016 3:06 PM
Easily installed and delivers more light than expected. Look is excellent as well.
Reviewed By Craig W (San Diego, CA) Reviewed for a 2002 Chevy Trailblazer —1/18/2016 8:06 AM
This has already become my favorite flashlight in the house and is easily my "go-to" for my household and vehicle jobs. The slide-out LED lights are very bright and give awesome coverage for bigger jobs I'm doing. The flashlight head is very bright and shoots a long way for "spotlight" effect. I haven't really used the flashing red lights, but totally makes safety sense in your car in case you break down somewhere. Finally, the magnetic base is really strong and useful. Awesome Product!
Reviewed By RICK C (MARYVILLE, IL) —1/17/2016 5:54 PM
The light bar functions as advertised. Installation without instructions or details involved trial and error, more error than anything else. First install, the tailgate hit the light bar and would not open fully. Removal of the light bar almost destroyed it. To auto parts store for more adhesive. No details on wiring to vehicle harness to hide connector.
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