Tuesday, September 19, 2017

BBQ Grill Light {Product Review}

 Each fall we buy a portion of a grass fed (and finished) beef to provide much of our meat for the year. Because we buy our beef in bulk like that we are also able to get steak and such for basically the same price as hamburger. Which is really nice because I have noticed that buying steak at the store is incredibly expensive.

  Anyway, we like to grill steaks or hamburgers from time to time. For most of the summer we have long days and we have plenty of light for our grilling but as fall draws near the days get shorter and if we have a late supper we can be left grilling in the dark.

  Cave Tools offered to let me have their BBQ grill light so that we could try it out and do a review for them. We like lights so that sounded like a nice offer to us.

  The grill light came in a nice padded box along with a little screwdriver that you could use to open the area where you change the batteries. The light seems to be quite sturdy and well made.
 The light it also quite bright. It is easy to turn on and off which is both a positive and negative about this light. It is positive because who really wants things that are hard to turn on a off? Also, if you hands are full all you need to do it just tap the little icon on the top with the back of your hand or whatever and the light will turn on or off. Really simple. The downside to that is that if you wanted to leave it on the grill with a cover over it the cover could quite likely hit it and turn it on and you wouldn't know and it would wear out the battery.
 The light also has a nice clamping device so  you can hook it to something to hold it in place. That is handy but it is a little bit challenging to direct just the way you want it as it wiggles to easily. Also how our grill worked it seemed like the only place available for clamping was on the handle of the lid and then it was in the way when you opened and closed the grill. It was doable but just not real easy.

  But over all it worked fine for grilling and it is a nice light. I did also take it camping this past weekend and it came in handy there. I also think that it would make a nice bike light.

  If you would like to buy one you can find it on Amazon  or at Cave Tools. If you buy it at Cave Tools you can use this coupon code to get it 15% off: BBQLIGHT15 .

 Does your family like to grill? What is your favorite thing to cook on the grill? Also - who runs the grill in your household? I do the strong majority of cooking in this family but when it is time to grill - Ken is in charge.

Disclaimer: I did receive this product free for purposes of reviewing but all opinions expressed are my own.

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