When it comes to grill lights I have tried just about everything in the book. I have used headlamps, baseball caps with LEDs in the brim, lights mounted on the grill handles, deck lanterns and have even resorted to holding a flashlight in my mouth. Nothing has really “done it” for me until I came across the Capella grill light from Zeust.
The Capella from Zeust has a magnetic base so you can stick it onto your gas grill but is stable enough to stand alone on nonmetallic surfaces.
The light has a flexible 12 inch neck that lets you shine massive amounts of light exactly where you want it.
I have been able to actually see what I am grilling at night these days and have even been able to make a few night time grilling videos to post on Instagram.
The folks over at Zeust say that the durable aluminum body allows you to leave this thing out in the rain if you desired. The thing is, I can’t imagine leaving this light outside because I am using it for everything around the house.
I had to trouble shoot some leaking plumbing that was (of course) in a tight, awkward space. I fought around with a full sized flashlight for about five minutes before I realized that the perfect light for the job was the Zeust grill light. I was able to stick that thing EXACTLY where I wanted it and use both hands to finish the job.
Two weeks later I had to climb through my attic and restart the pilot light in my hot water heater. The Zeust light was bright enough to get me to where I needed to be without falling through the ceiling and the long, slender, flexible neck was the PERFECT tool for shining the light I needed onto the thermocouple and pilot assembly.
If you are frustrated with your lighting situation for night grilling then give a serious look towards the Capella light from Zeust. This is the best grill light that I have used and it beats the heck out of standing around with a flashlight in your mouth.
Here is the link to check out the Capella grill light from Zeust.