Hi all: I would like a rechargeable work light to take with me under the car for oil change, or to hang from the latch on the hood, plus use for all-around house repair projects. I have used an old-style corded trouble light for decades. Are the LED style lights like this one brighter than the "tube" lights I see on the snap-on site and the like? I already have a Makita drill so I already have the battery packs for this light, but think it looks a bit goofy with the drill looking handle. What do folks think of this one? I think their quality is great and it has a 3 year warranty and under $50 USD at Home Depot.https://www.makitatools.com/products/details/DML801
I found this snap-on but it is not nearly as adjustable in angles as that Makita.https://store.snapon.com/High-Output-Rec...e-P824406.aspx#
This snap on looks really great for taking underneath the car but doesn't have "hook"! I guess you can't always get everything you want.https://store.snapon.com/Flood-Lights-18-V-MonsterLithium-Cordless-LED-Floodlight-P885760.aspx
Any other choices out there I haven't found that have the hook and have an internal battery so you don't have to buy a separate battery and charger? I found some "no-name" ones on Amazon but want something nice like the ones above.