|Item Weight||6.1 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.5 x 3.5 x 3.5 inches|
|Item model number||00-107|
|Batteries||3 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||30 day warranty against manufacturer defects|
Striker Magnetic LED Light Mine - Professional
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- 11 neodymium rare Earth magnets used to attach and aim light hands-free
- Use posts as tripods/quad-pods, creating a freestanding 360-degree light
- Four electronic light functions: low power, high output, red night vision, blinking red signal
- Lumen Tech high-output, wide-angle, intensely bright LEDs
- AAA batteries are included
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The battery compartment on mine opened and closed properly for me. I have the ball stuck to the underside of my metal cabinets now and it has a good grip with a few magnets touching and holding. It remains to be seen how it will hold to a greasy car underbody surface.
[Edit - Update Jan 2012]
If this thing wasn't a gift it would be out in the yard, or wherever it landed after I chucked it as far as I could. It works well solidly stuck to the bottom of metal wall cabinets but that's the only place it works well. I tried to use it both under the dash and under the hood and it is useless. The thing sticks to every tool you have out and any small parts that you don't want to move but rarely to anything else. The real design flaw is the red button and light cycling. See that little red button at the one o'clock position in the product photo? That's the switch. Notice that it is configured exactly in the same place as the magnets. That means that it gets pressed just as easily as they do when you're trying to position the light, or hold it etc. When the switch is pressed the bright white light now turns red, press again and it flashes red. Which is what I did about the fourth time I had to cycle through the light modes to again see what I was doing. A candle would be more useful. So if you're reading this and bought it for me I still thank you as you just used my Amazon list to buy me something that _I_ selected. Everyone else, you've been warned.
First thing I did was put batteries in and pressed the power button. Shortly after trying to figure out why the light wasn't on I started smelling burning plastic. I immediately removed the batteries and realized somehow the polarity was reversed even though there are no marking to identify this. Only a groove you're supposed to line up, which was clearly lined up for me. After some tweaking I got the polarity right, but now mine will turn on, but won't turn off without removing batteries. Makes it more hassle then its worth.
So I agree with another commenter: "Nice Idea, Poor Design".
Now I have to figure out how to get this replaced, since I didn't buy it. I'll update this review if I get a replacement.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Gave this to my Mr as a gift & he loves to use it when working! It is very bright & has held up to being dropped a few times. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Kerry
My fiance was super excited about it! He's a gadget kind of guy and literally has everything you can imagine. It is a great gift for "men who have everything"Published 6 days ago by Jessica J.
I bought this as a stocking stuffer. I kinda thought the lights came out at all angles but what I was seeing were the magnets. My mistake, still a great handy product to have!Published 14 days ago by sheila
This was given as a gift and the recipient appeared to be happy with itPublished 15 days ago by Athena
Bought this as a christmas present for a handyman in the family while it is sometimes difficult to position the quality of light it provides is top notch. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Dylan