New, compact Pocket Floodlight combines penlight compactness with light output of a work light.
Offering LED performance to maintenance and repair technicians — the new lights reportedly deliver 120-lumens, up to 20-times that of many penlights. The special wide-angle light beam also suits close usage. And they are not tethered to an ac power outlet by an extension cord.
Pocket Floodlight’s design delivers a clear, uniform light pattern with “hot spots” and “dark spots” common to most flashlights, it’s said. Full details are free.
Maxxeon Incorporated, Suite 1108, 1025 Richmond Road
Ottawa, Ontario Canada K2B 8G8
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