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    Night Time Grilling - How do you illuminate?

    It's getting dark over here in Ireland these days and just wondering what folks use to illuminate their grills?

    (Thinking of either a headlamp but am sure somebody has thought of some useful hacks for their Kettle...!)

    All the best....

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    Alan, you might want to take a look at this thread which is still active.

    https://tvwbb.com/showthread.php?719...-for-Performer
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    Head mounted flashlight is your friend. You can use lanterns or grill mounted lights, but finally something that always has the light where you're looking is the best.
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    Performer Deluxe(Copper) Genesis Gold B(Redhead) WSM 14.5 Original Kettle Premium 26 18 OTG Kettle Jumbo Joe Gas Go Anywhere, Vortex, Kettle Pizza

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    I use a 3 lite pedestal that can be turned in different directions because the grill aint the only thing needing lite,if no power a Coleman headlite with a band,about $18 I think and use it a lot for work when I need both hands

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilP View Post
    Head mounted flashlight is your friend. You can use lanterns or grill mounted lights, but finally something that always has the light where you're looking is the best.
    This^^^^^^
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    I like the idea of a head-mounted flashlight. Pat's idea is worth considering too.

    I grill close enough to the house, I can use the outdoor lights.
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    I smoke and grill under a deck. I have icicle Christmas lights around the perimeter and down the middle. I answer to Red Neckerson when they're lit.
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