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    Any Scan Grip I-view users ??

    I`m seriously thinking about purchasing one.
    My lighting is an issue, in an underground parking.
    My set up- I have 1 outlet on the right pole & a water spigot on the left pole, with 2 stalls in the middle.
    I don`t want to draw so much power that I keep tripping the GFI, which I`ve avoided so far,
    2sm. lights, 2lg. lights & various polishers.
    Or would my money be better spent on battery op. LEDs or Fluorescents.

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    Re: Any Scan Grip I-view users ??

    What is your intention for the lights? Correction, cleaning or just a brighter workspace.

    I have this kit and I absolutely love it, it was probably my biggest "I don`t need that but it looks great" type of purchase and it quickly turned into "OMG, I can`t ever go without this again". It really is a necessity for every correction I do from here on out.

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    Scangrip Color Match Kit

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    At $21.99 it will remain a secret to me.
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    Re: Any Scan Grip I-view users ??

    I`ve got the Scangrip rechargeable light and love it. Definitely beats pulling out into the sun to check my work. This needs to be added to the "add to Autopia" list. Scangrip makes good products. Better than a pen light.
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    Re: Any Scan Grip I-view users ??

    I hadn`t seen that product until today. It looks like a pretty nice piece, one that I`d consider using as the price isn`t too bad. I`ve used headlights many times in the past. They aren`t nearly as nice as that appears to be but they certainly have a place in my toolbox.
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    Re: Any Scan Grip I-view users ??

    Quote Originally Posted by The Driver View Post
    What is your intention for the lights? Correction, cleaning or just a brighter workspace.

    I have this kit and I absolutely love it, it was probably my biggest "I don`t need that but it looks great" type of purchase and it quickly turned into "OMG, I can`t ever go without this again". It really is a necessity for every correction I do from here on out.

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    I have seen this, watched the demo`s. You have this set ?
    How much can you see with each, swirl & defect wise, for correction or final inspection ???
    Some thing to think about.

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    Re: Any Scan Grip I-view users ??

    Spend about 100 less and look at Jasper Eco Tek, led lite that you will love! The flex lite

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    Re: Any Scan Grip I-view users ??

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike lambert View Post
    Spend about 100 less and look at Jasper Eco Tek, led lite that you will love! The flex lite
    I have it. Might be the way I`m holding it but maybe I have absolutely no defects whatsoever

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    Re: Any Scan Grip I-view users ??

    If you`ve got the one that`s about 3 feet long and it doesn`t show defects then your lite has a problem! That light will make you cry!

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    Re: Any Scan Grip I-view users ??

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike lambert View Post
    If you`ve got the one that`s about 3 feet long and it doesn`t show defects then your lite has a problem! That light will make you cry!
    I`m lookin` right now THANKS

 

 

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