Saturday, December 9, 2023
Archived Post

Don’t work in the dark: the Quirky PowerShell Folding Work Light is a bright idea

Now that the days are getting shorter, it’s getting harder to find the time to do those outside chores while there’s enough light to see. If you’re running into this problem or just have a dark garage or workspace that needs some illumination, the Quirky PowerShell Folding Work Light ($24.99) will light up your life. It’s a combination of a power strip, bright LED light source, and extension cord.

PowerShell won’t leave you in the dark. It’s got high-powered LEDs, three outlets to power your tools, and an 8-foot extension cord. Its roomy handle fits hands of all sizes, even ones in bulky work gloves. It does double duty as a hook for hanging! When not in use, you can fold the light easily into its protective clamshell case, which also acts as a stand when the light is open.

Let there be light . . . in the garage, your man cave . . . when you’re fixing a pipe under the sink, working in tight corners or elsewhere. And you can count on our Quirky Powershell to provide it. Plug it in using the 8′ grounded AC cord and this portable workhorse’s 6 cool-to-the touch, high-powered LEDs offer brilliant illumination with a touch of a switch.

Three grounded AC outlets below provide power for additional tools and such. Done in a weatherproof, clamshell-style design, casing’s front panel folds down and swivels back to form an adjustable angle stand. Integrated carry handle also allows for hanging. 

  • High-powered LEDs provide effective lighting

  • 3 grounded AC outlets provide power for additional tools

  • 8ft extension cord for more flexibility

  • Integrated carry handles allows for hanging

  • Weatherproof, clamshell-style design for use anywhere

  • Folds down & swivels back to form an adjustable stand

Once again, this is a great holiday gift idea for the handy person in your life!

Steve Sande
the authorSteve Sande
Steve is the founder and former publisher of Apple World Today and has authored a number of books about Apple products. He's an avid photographer, an FAA-licensed drone pilot, and a really bad guitarist. Steve and his wife Barb love to travel everywhere!