DeWalt DCL0900 LED Universal Replacement Bulb Drop-In
- Drop-In LED for DeWalt Flashlights
- Compatible with all Flex & Pivot Floodlights
- Compatible with all voltages from 9.6V to 36V
- Up to 8 hours of illumination
- 2-Zone illumination
DeWalt's Flex and Pivot floodlights work splendidly, until the bulb burns out. Don't despair, pick up the DCL0900 LED Universal Replacement Bulb Drop-In. This bulb works with all voltages, from 9.6V to 36V. The changing process is quick and easy, so you'll be back to work in no time. Like all of their tools, this DeWalt replacement bulb is Guaranteed Tough.
The DCL0900 includes:
- 1x LED Replacement Bulb Drop In
- SKU: 2201743
- Manufacturer: DeWalt
- Model: DCL0900
- Item Condition: New
- Shipping Weight (Pounds): 1.0000
- UPC Code: 885911217613
- EAN: 0885911217613
UPC - 885911217613
Most DeWalt Tools purchased on or after January 1, 2004 come with a warranty package that includes a Three-Year Limited Warranty and a One-Year Free Service Contract. DeWalt Hand Tools and Mechanics tools are covered by a Limited lifetime warranty. For specific tool exceptions and warranty information on tools purchased before January 1, 2004, please visit http://bdk.force.com/FAQ/PKB_Search?brand=DeWALT
Overall Rating for DeWalt DCL0900 LED Universal Replacement Bulb Drop-In
Blow Your mind, not your bulb..
By Mechanic Man from Western, PA on January 18, 2014
IF you use your light as much as i do, and you have the money to spend and wanna make your light MUCH better, Run cooler, and last longer on a single battery...then spend the money and buy the LED upgrade..i promise you WONT be let down!!
Cons:If dewalt or the MFG would drop the price to like 20 bucks, i can guarantee they'd sell a ton more!
I would recommend this item to a friend.
As good but not better than 12v Max LED
By AskThisOldMan from South Cal on March 26, 2012
The main reason I brought this is because I saw a friend's new 12v max LED light. It is little but packs a lot of punch. I was hoping that my 18v version would even be better but it wasn't true. On a side-by-side comparison, the output were nearly identical. This drop-in does seem to have a wider spread though.
One thing of note is that the LED and reflector portion is actually very small. As seen in the picture, it only occupies the center 1 inch or so, the rest of the surface is not related to lighting. The reflector and the big flat surface are actually a single piece casted aluminum. The LED bulb is screwed on to it. I believe it serves as the heat sink for the LED - a good design to help the LED bulb last longer.
Pros:Very bright and uniform cool white light.
Good solid design.
Not too expensive considering that an LED bulb (without the reflector) of lesser output costs $15-20 already.
Cons:The output light pattern consists of a very bright center "yolk" and a spread of weaker light. The yolk is too bright for any use. Why not just output a uniform spread?
The bulb seems to be integrated with the reflector. The whole unit probably needs to be replaced if the LED fails.