- Dimensiones del producto: 26 x 16 x 7 cm ; 249 g
- Número de modelo del producto: CGL-310
- ASIN: B01D1B78U4
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 16 de diciembre de 2016
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
Cuisinart cgl-310 grilluminate linterna luz, negro
- Abrazadera ajustable fija a la mayoría de asas de parrilla
- Cada brazo se mueve de lado a lado y gira 360 ˚
- COB LED luces están eficiente de la energía y super brillante
- 6 pilas AAA no incluidas
- No resistente al agua
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Mantener la oscuridad Cookout va con este Cuisinart grilluminate linterna LED luz Grill. La abrazadera ajustable le permite utilizar la luz con la mayoría de parrilla, y los brazos giratorios permiten controlar la iluminación de 360 grados.Detalles: Plástico y Metal materialsadjustable clamp360-degree giratoria arms2.8 pulgadas de alto x 10.2 pulgadas de largo x 6.3 cm de ancho
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I have very mixed emotions on this product. I received the original one and it would not come on even with brand new batteries (both Duracell and Energizers). I got a replacement and it would not light up either. I took batteries that I knew were good (generic) from a remote that I had and they worked. So I tried the brand new batteries that I had and nothing. Long story short, I found that one of the ends that the positive side of the battery presses against was not making a good contact. The generic battery that i had had a longer positive end post then both Duracell and Energizers. I was able to get the piece out fairly easily and bent it just the slightest bit so the positive post would stick out a little more and bingo it worked. Keep this in mind if you purchase this light. I am willing to bet that was the problem with the original one that I had ordered. Based on the other reviews, maybe Amazon just got a bad batch of lights.
Pro's of the Light:
Does provide a lot of light on the grill and makes it easy to see what is on the grill.
In the instructions that comes with the light, they don't recommend leaving the light on over night as it is not waterproof.
Used some Duracell batteries carefully placing them in the battery compartment. NOTHING LIT UP WHEN THE SWITCH TOUCHED. Took them out and tested all three new batteries and all were at full capacity. Reinstalled them carefully making sure both negative and positive ends touched contact points in the battery compartment. Again, NO LIGHT. Tried 3 more new Duracell batteries - same results.
Thought about taking it apart but can't see how it assembled (may be solvent glued together). Thought maybe the on/off switch was defective. Alas, there is no way to access it without breaking the light apart.
Thoughtful comment: What is the fixation on AAA batteries. A AA battery holds TWICE the juice and would last twice as long. The cost for both batteries is the same at least in the US. The single light that holds all 3 batteries is over 1 1/4 inches thick at the most and could EASILY accommodate a larger more economical battery. So, if you look for an option, look for a larger battery. Unit says good for 7 hours but when grilling in the back yard, 7 hours passes quickly. With most of these lights, they die fast when they are about to go. In addition, in my area AA and AAA batteries are sold in packs of 4 each. Since this unit only takes 3 batteries, you have a spare new battery not to loose track of (also a pain in the butt). I would much rather get 25% more battery life (and the manufacturer had plenty of room to make compartment hold 4 cells). Apparently just a crappy design, poor workmanship, no quality control, and your wallet is $25.00 or $30.00 lighter after buying this worthless piece of plastic.
Shame on you Cuisinart!
Recommendation: Save your money and take your wife or girlfriend out for a nice lunch this coming weekend. Put a regular $5.00 flashlight in your armpit for light at your BBQ.
Addendum: Yes, it would be a pain in the ass to use. The LED light covers are clear plastic and would cloud or smoke over after a short period. Since the unit is not waterproof, those 3 lenses would be a pain in the butt to clean and keep up your light illumination. Should it start raining, run for your BBQ, as your light will get wet and die.
Since you can't leave it outside, and you can't close the hood with it on, it would be a "pain in the butt" to be constantly removing and replacing the light. The tightening knob is metal and it passes through a threaded plastic opening to tighten. The plastic opening is very sloppy (molded opening for threads are over sized) and the tightener would strip this out in no time. At that point, you could no longer attach it to your BBQ hood. The heat raising to the hood of the BBQ would soften this plastic and exacerbate the problem. Another reason to pass on this unit (sloppy manufacturing, design, and tolerances).
If you are happy that I saved you $25.00 or $30.00, please hit the yes button below. I will at least have the satisfaction of knowing I saved someone some money.