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- This flashlight has two magnetic ends so you can stick securely to a metallic surface as well as connect the ends together on thin fabric.
- Easy one handed to push button offers 3 modes:white,red and flashing red,as a emergency light.it is versatile can stick them all kinds of places.
- This lights have Soft silicon strap outer shell,easy to remove to access replacing the battery when needed.it is water resistant,but don't submerge.
- The battery of nightlight flashlight is a CR2032 that is very common and easy to find,also affordable.and can be replaced by removing a small phillips screw.
- The flashlight led uses are endless,it is small,portable and convenient for shirt,pants,cap,backpack,dog collar,belt,a shirt sleeve,work belt,jacket etc.
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|Item Display Weight||38.6 grams|
|Light Source Type||led|
|Package Height||1 x 1.5 x 3.5 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.1 pounds|
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THE MAIN LIGHT
This light is all right if you hold it, because then you can direct the beam of light away from your eyes. It is also all right if you clip it to something on either side or the back of your body. It is not all right if you clip it to something on the front of your body, because of the glare of the light beam, unless you have something else to serve as shield.
The claimed luminance of the LED is 25 lumens. Unfortunately, much of this is severely diffused and some get blocked (so, lost) by the silicone case. Therefore, the light is good only to illuminate your immediate area. As another reviewer has pointed out, it throws useful light across only some 5 feet. I have a few microlights, each rated at only one-fifth the lumens, but they can throw light as far as some 50 feet. In fact, when they are on beacon mode, cat’s eyes positioned up to some 100/120 yards away reflect the light from it.
Caution: If you clip it to your dog’s collar, I would suggest that you do not clip it to the front part. Dogs’ eyes are very sensitive to light. That is why they can see even when it is too dark for us to discern anything. On the other hand, they cannot see well when the light is very bright. Therefore, if you clip it to the front part of the collar, your dog may not be able to see things directly in front of him/her.
I am not quite satisfied with the light, and definitely will not put it any where on my furry companion. I have put mine in certain places in my home to serve as emergency lights in the event of power failure (brownouts/blackouts). Of course, one must bear in mind that my requirements may be totally dissimilar to those of many other people’s. What is unsatisfactory for the goose need not necessarily be also so for the gander.
I am quite certain that the microlight that comes with the main light is one of the earliest commercial models, if not the earliest commercial model, made by Laughing Rabbit Inc., (LRI) of Blachly, OR. LRI has since discontinued the model. I bought two some ten years ago.
Caution: Do be very careful when you unscrew the cover to replace the batteries. First, the screws are so tiny and black that once dropped, you may not be able to find them. Second, the switch assembly is delicate, and the LED can come free of the casing. Make sure you take careful note of how and where both are positioned, or else you will have the devil of a time putting them back together again and get the light to work.
In addition, even though I live in the city, my street is quite isolated and there is no lighting. I use this to light my walk up to the house. I can't tell you how many people have asked about this light and think its the coolest thing since sliced bread! Well worth the few dollars it costs
They're easy-on/off and stay put. The ability to push twice for the red option is great!
I can see them being used on b-ball hats as well, or on kids' backpacks... so many possibilities. highly recommend.