Weber 7661 Handle Grill ‘N Go Light
Last updated date: December 14, 2020
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Editor's Note December 14, 2020:
Checkout The Best Grill Light for a detailed review of all the top grill lights.
If you're looking for a small light with plenty of power, this LED version is the best. It easily clamps onto your grill handle and remains discreetly putting out light across much of your grill's surface. The motion sensor cuts the light off when the lid is closed, then automatically switches it on when you open the lid to help preserve battery life.
In our analysis of 8 expert reviews, the Weber Weber Handle Grill 'N Go Light placed 7th when we looked at the top 7 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
The Grill ‘N Go light is a multifunctional grill light that easily attaches to the grill handle, and also detaches for extra light where you need it. Its motion sensor turns on when the lid is lifted and turns off once closed to save battery life, and added ease while grilling.
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An Overview On Grill Lights
Few things taste as good as food cooked on an outdoor grill, but cooking outdoors isn’t always possible. When the weather isn’t ideal, you may want to enjoy a good meal cooked outside, but rain, snow, sleet or hail kicks those plans to the curb. Unless your grill is in a well-lit area, you may also find that you’re limited to daylight hours for your culinary efforts.
One solution to that is a grill light. Attaching to either the body or handle of your grill, a light can broaden your grilling window, letting you cook well into the late evening hours. If you’re having a backyard party, this is especially beneficial because you can keep cooking while your guests enjoy the food.
Grills are built to stay outside, weathering storms and daily exposure to the sun’s rays. If you plan to set up your grill light and leave it, you’ll need to keep this in mind and search specifically for one designed to handle the elements. That said, there’s no reason you can’t remove your grill light and store it somewhere inside until you need it. If you rarely grill at night, this will let you choose from a far wider range of options.
The Grill Light Buying Guide
- The first thing to consider in a grill light is how it attaches. Look at your grill and decide if a light clamped to the handle suffices, or if you’d be better off looking for one that clamps to the lid.
- Magnetic grill lights are convenient, but not all grills are built using magnet-friendly materials. Make sure your grill is metal before you invest in a light that attaches via a magnet.
- The light itself is also an important feature. LED lights will last longer and provide a brighter, more energy-efficient light, which will help you save on batteries.
- Some lights have multiple bulbs built in, giving you a wider ray of light as you work.
- If a light comes with a mount, check to ensure it will work with the surface you intend to attach it to.
- It’s important that you be able to maneuver the light once it’s attached. Some are built with a swivel, while others are designed with a gooseneck stem that you can manipulate.
- Pay attention to the batteries required to operate your light. While many ship with batteries included, you’ll want to make sure you have a spare set for that day when you prepare to grill at night, only to find your batteries are dead.
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