Tuesday, June 30, 2015

3 Mode LED Flashlight with Magnetized Base

My husband is out on the road driving multiple nights a week for work. With a truck full of merchandise, and people being the way they are, I am always worried about what might happen to him out there.

The way I see it, if he is going to be out like that, I at least want him to have some basic supplies on hand. He has food and water in his lunch every day, so he would be ok there, and he knows how to shoot and fend off attackers, but what about a light to see where he is going or to draw attention to where he is?

Something as simple and compact as the 3 Mode Flashlight I was sent for review, could really make a difference in this situation. This slim tool has a traditional front facing round light for aiming directly at an item or area. This light is the brightest because it is focused, but it does not cover a large area. It works well in lighting from dusk to pitch black and is bright enough to help you see even the smallest item, crack, screw etc.

There is also a more wide setting that covers a larger area but is not as bright or direct. Both work well for different situations, from alerting someone to your presence, to lighting the area to change a tire at night. The red light also draws attention and usually signals someone in distress or need of some sort. This is helpful if in a wreck, caught in a storm, broken down or lost and can also light the way if necessary.

This flashlight features 18 white and 11 red LEDs for a total of 29 lights that can last for over 100,000 hours, and the magnetic base can be stuck to any metallic surface for easy hand free use. This is perfect for roadside repairs, working under the house, on a roof or on a car by yourself.

This anodized aluminum flashlight, with plastic light covers, is not only lightweight and versatile, but it has a handle attached for easy transport too. Wrap it around your wrist when climbing or to have in reach but still keep your hands free.

* I received a sample item for review purposes. All opinions are my own.

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