Milwaukee 2361-20 M18 LED Flood Light – Tool Only

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Milwaukee 2361-20 M18 LED Flood Light – Tool Only

Milwaukee 2361-20 – Flood Light:

  • Tool only (batteries and charger sold separately)


  • Product no. 2361-20
  • Up to 8 hours run-time on M18 batteries
  • Trueview high definition lighting technology
  • 30% brighter compared to corded 250W halogen work lights
  • Great for illuminating large work spaces on job sites
  • Jobsite durable roll cage and replaceable, impact resistant lens
  • 8 high quality LEDs deliver 1,100 lumens and up to 1,300 lux
  • Hands-free use with multiple hanging options: EMT, key hole, cross bar and handle
  • Octagonal shape lets you aim the light beam at multiple angles


  • Lumens: 1,500
  • Length: 8-3/4″
  • Height: 6-1/4″
  • Width: 6-1/4″
  • Weight: 3.4 lbs
  • 5 year tool warranty
  • Limited lifetime LED warranty

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Additional information

Weight 6 lbs
Brand Name

18V Power Tools

4 reviews for Milwaukee 2361-20 M18 LED Flood Light – Tool Only

  1. Hao Quan

    Good quality products , suitable for many task..

  2. Michael

    Hard to justify spending 115 on a flashlight type tool, well well worth, super convenient especially knowing the batteries are the same as the rest of your tools(for me anyways)

  3. Pui Ching

    1) Fantastic light(very bright but feel a little bit heavy when attach with the “M18” battery), 2) Fast delivery(The order is only take few days from Vancouver to Toronto) and 3) The price is unbeatable !

  4. Scott Willing

    Awesome, convenient, even (no hot-spot) flood-lighting from a portable device that uses the same batteries as the rest of your tool kit. Cordless operation, multiple stable positions / hanging / propping options plus wide coverage angle usually gets you light where you need it without hassle and always without dangerous heat.

    Would rate it perfect except for two small quibbles:

    1. Power switch might be a better protected or provided with a mechanical lockout. Thrown in a contractor bag or into the back of the van, it’s a bit too prone to being switched on accidentally.

    2. The difference between low and high power modes could be somewhat more noticeable / significant (though I suspect this is set by the LED driver IC and thus out of Milwaukee’s hands). This is subjective anyway.

    Neither of these details should prevent you from getting one of these. After one use, you’ll wonder why you waited so long.

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