12 Neodymium (Rare Earth) Magnets used to attach and aim light hands-free.
GET LIGHT IN TIGHT
About the size of a golf ball, It is small enough to fit into tight areas and aim a powerful beam of light where it is needed most.
LUMEN TECH™ LED
High output, wide angle, intensely bright
Light Emitting Diode
The Striker® Magnetic Light Mine uses a Lumen Tech™ LED and 12 powerful neodymium (rare earth) magnets that allow you to stick it to any steel surface or rest it on any surface as a tripod or quad-pod and aim the light toward the workspace at almost any angle.
Professionals, including automotive technicians, electricians, plumbers and HVAC contractors, will want to have one on hand, as it is small enough to fit into tight areas and aim a powerful beam of light where it is needed most. Because of its 12 neodymium magnets, it also works as a “pick up” tool for dropped screws, nails and hardware.
Do-it-yourselfers and homeowners will also find hundreds of uses for the Striker® Magnetic LED Light. Use it when working on an engine, changing a tire, wiring a home theater, switching on a breaker, crawling around under a counter or sink. It will stick to the fridge, making it the go-to flashlight for the whole family, and its great to have on camping trips.
The potential uses are endless.
The video above is a fun demo video that showcases all the features and benefits of the Magnetic Light Mine
This video is a great segment from "Ask This Old House" television show where the stars of the show try and guess what the Magnetic Light Mine is and what it is used for.
General Consumer – DIY, Auto Mechanic / Technician, Electrician / Installers, HVAC Repairs and Installation,
Machinists & Metal Workers, Plumbers, Temporary Lighting – Homes / RV's / Trailers, Farm Equipment, Military
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