My shop is plenty bright. I don't need it in there, but I am in the middle of a house remodeling project - my house. I'm having a lot of the work done by contractors, but doing what I can myself. Twenty years ago I would have done it all myself, but at 76 I'm realizing that I can't do it all any more. I gave one of these lights to the carpenter who, at the time, was restructuring the floor under a bathroom and was spending considerable time in my crawl space. He has been raving about it ever since.
I'm also helping my #2 son remodel his house. He and I have been in just about every nook and cranny in his house, and we both now have these KEKU head lights to use when doing this. In fact, he is the one who found and bought the first one of these lights. We have both been very grateful for the amount of light they put out.
I'm gifting these to my oldest son, wife, and grand daughter for use on their farm, because it's way out away from city lights and very dark there at night for them to go feeding the animals in the late evenings, etc.
I'm also considering buying one of these for each vehicle, because it would sure come in handy when changing a tire or doing some other late night repair out somewhere in the dark nowhere land. The the lights can be left plugged into the cigarette lighter circuit and always at full charge and ready for use. In fact, my Jeep Grand Cherokee has a cigarette lighter type socket in the back for powering a small fridge or other 12 volt appliance, and it's right next to where I keep my emergency tool kit. The trucks have cigarette lighter sockets in the dash, but I'm thinking about adding one back near the tool kits in the rear of the cabs so I can keep one of these lights there with the tool kits and fully charged too. Every time that I have ever had a flat tire or break down at night, adequate lighting has always been a problem that usually required holding a flashlight in one hand while trying to work with only the other hand. With one of these lights ready and fully charged, I would have plenty of light where I need it and two hands to do the work.
Central North Carolina