Model # 1102

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Store SKU #1000023656

HDX 75-Watt PVC Clamp Lamp


75-Watt PVC Clamp Lamp

  • Accepts one 75-Watt maximum incandescent bulb (not included)
  • Meets UL Listing standards for quality and safety
  • Backed by a 1-year limited manufacturer warranty
$1197 /each
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Product Overview

Our non-metallic, HDX Clamp Lamp is designed with durability in mind. This clamp lamp is lightweight and versatile. The clamp has rubberized grips for comfort and is strong so it will mount securely.



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Customer Questions & Answers

will it take an led bulb

Asked by: Sonny
Yes, it will take an led bulb with the correct base
Answered by: beezer
Date published: 2017-01-23

Can it be fastened to a pole,3"- 4" in diameter, & hold on tight? Manny,Thanks.

Asked by: Manny
The clamp jaws are flat so grabbing a round pole probably wouldn't work very well used that way. The jaws, however, are curved and would more likely do better. The problem would come in with the diameter of your pole. I haven't tried this one on anything that large but it does well on smaller diameter rods/poles. At 3 to 4 inches I don't think this is going to do what you want. Jaws would be too far open to get a good grip.
Answered by: porchguy
Date published: 2017-02-01

does it have the switch in the cord or the lamp?

Asked by: Manny
Not on the cord but on the lamp
Answered by: cwdoc
Date published: 2017-02-01
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Customer Reviews

75-Watt PVC Clamp Lamp is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 15.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect for the shop My first impression of this lamp is that it really clamps. The clamp isn't hard to operate but does grip very well and is much steadier than another clamp lamp that I've been using. It isn't prone to changing the clamped position very easily. The adjustment for the lamp angle is easy to use and very positive. Really locks in place. You do have to loosen the wingnut to make the adjustment so you can't just grab the hood and swing it around but I like that it doesn't sag or get nudged out of position while I'm working. I use LED bulbs with it and the reflection and brightness are just what I need. Looks and feels good.
Date published: 2017-02-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good clamp lamp for working on projects This clamp lamp is great for providing extra light where needed for working on projects. The rocker switch on the top of the lamp is convenient and much easier to find and use then an in-line cord switch. The plastic jaw clamp on this lamp has a multi-shape inner jaw with a strong steel spring to hold the lamp securely clamped onto flat or round surfaces without marking or damaging surfaces. The plastic jaw clamp has textured plastic grips to clamp the lamp onto flat surfaces such as table edges, shelves, and exposed 2x (1-1/2" thickness) framing in a shed, garage, attic, etc. and the plastic jaw clamp also has curved inner teeth to clamp the lamp onto round surfaces such as pipes from 1-1/8" to ~1-5/8" in diameter. This clamp lamp has two axes of movement to hold the lamp into position where you position it. One axis tilts the lamp up and down from the plastic clamp and is moveable and lockable through a wing nut. The other axis allows the lamp to rotate side to side through a plastic detent mechanism. The lamp does giggle a little on the clamp from the weight of the lamp and light bulb installed in the lamp when the light position is changed. The manufacturer rates this clamp lamp for 75 watts maximum based on the amount of heat generated by a 75 watt incandescent or halogen light bulb and for operating in dry locations only. CFL and LED light bulbs with an A19 (standard medium screw base) can also be used with this clamp lamp. I use an LED light bulb in this clamp lamp instead of a incandescent or halogen light bulb because LED light bulbs last a lot longer, do not generate much heat, and are not easily damaged from thermal shock or vibration.
Date published: 2017-01-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice step up from the old aluminum lamps! This review is for the HCX model 1102 Clamp Lamp, which I was given a chance to check out. The lamp measures about 8 inches in circumference, 8 inches long, and the clamp is about 5 inches long with a jaw opening of about 3 inches. I don’t have a force meter, but the spring on the clamp has no problem holding the lamp and a 60 watt incandescent bulb to a ceiling joist (SEE PHOTO). The jaws are plastic and thus won’t damage the mounting surface quite as readily as some of the old fashioned aluminum clamp lamps. I have such an aluminum lamp, purchased at Home Depot, and in functionality it’s about the same as this newer polycarbonate version. In fit and finish, however, this newer lamp is much nicer. In cold environs, of course, the new polycarbonate material is easier on the hands than the aluminum. There is a nice off/on rocker switch (see photos) which I like better than the push/pull switch on my aluminum lamp. The lamp will handle up to a 75 watt incandescent bulb, but my ceiling wiring maxxes out at a recommended 60 watts. I plan to replace the incandescent with an LED which will draw less power while providing more light, but I didn’t have one on hand when the lamp was delivered. The lamp has no problem with the weight of a 60 watt incandescent causing drifting; once the nut was tightened the lamp has stayed in the same attitude, facing my workbench. The cord (a two prong unit) is six feet long. Once attached to the joist (or rafter, or whatever) the lamp can be adjusted to just about any angle but there is a wing nut that has to be loosened and then tightened. There is a 1 year limited manufacturer warranty on the lamp. I’m using the lamp to light up my basement workbench (see photo below) and it works very well for that purpose. While the polycarbonate lamp costs more than the old aluminum version, it’s simply nicer – it looks better, feels better, and the fit / finish is better. Unless you’re on a tight budget or the lamp will be used under circumstances where it is likely to be quickly damaged, I think the new polycarb is the way to go. I’m rating it at five stars – it works as advertised, the market price is competitive, the fit and finish is nice, and it’s a step up from my old lamp. HTH Regards, Jim
Date published: 2017-02-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 4 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2017-04-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from not good for spot heating so keep your old metal clamp lights so I have seen several people have done some good reviews on this product, but not for what I use them for. Some of you may or may not know in the country and on farms we use clamp lights to heat eggs in a chicken coup and other uses in milk houses and such. came packed in a box with crumpled shipping paper the main label for use is sitting inside the radiator or shade. So mostly I get the metal shade clamp lights at home depot for bearded dragon and turtle basking spots. you can get many different kinds of clamp lights but for the purposes of this comparison I am only going to test the 2 that come from home depot. since I run a small animal shelter when I get animals in and have to get them a heat lamp I go to home depot as I am not going pay extra for a fancy name on it. My big concern is with the thermal conveyance, how much heat can it reflect onto the target area. this is determined by many factors, but include the size, shape, depth of the reflector shade and position as well as type of bulb used. so let's see if this lamp has got what it takes. I put in a 40 watt rough duty bulb in the new plastic fixture at 6 inches above a old cracked rock that was a basking spot. it hit hit 96 F* I put the exact same bulb in a old metal shade fixture from home depot at the basking spot it hit 113 F* this fixture may be innovative but fails as a spot heating lamp as it seems to either absorb or fail's too reflect the heat to the target zone. So don't run out get these and throw away your old metal clamp lights, this clamp light just can not do the same job.
Date published: 2017-02-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect for small jobs I have been renovating my master bathroom, and this has been the perfect lamp for the job. Its durable, lightweight, and gives off an adequate amount of light in the bathroom without casting a lot of shadows. It has an easy on-off switch on the base, the clamp pads are adjustable to fit the angle you need. Once clamped into place, it stays put. The product does not get too hot even after long use. I'm guessing due to the lower 75 watt max.
Date published: 2017-05-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from handy light This lamp was purchased to provide task lighting on the jobsite and in the shop. It seems that there is always an area where a little extra light could make the job much easier, more light helps to make the finished job turn out better. I like that the lamp is made from PVC, this stuff is tough and takes a beating pretty well. The clamp is great quality and you can swivel and tilt the light to provide light right where you need it.
Date published: 2017-01-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best clamp on lamp that I have used. I was looking for a easy back yard portable light and I thought this would fill the bill. Compared to the metal clamp lamp, this type is 10 times better. I have had it clamped on my fence for the past two weeks and it has been ideal for me. The pvc construction does not rust even with a LED light bulb inserted. The clamp is strong and heels the light stationary and secure. I am totally satisfied with this clamp lamp.
Date published: 2017-02-01
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