Striker magnetic LED flashlight brightens tight places from a dozen angles

The following golf-ball-sized flashlight is unlike any other, shaped like a underwater mine and bristling with LEDs loaded with one particularly powerful LED. Its twelve points are tipped with powerful neodymium magnets, clinging to any steel surface and letting you aim it every which way. That LED inside benefits from the recent advances in those high-efficiency light sources, so this little hotshot can blast out the light, and fits in tight places while doing its illuminating work. The price of this Striker magnetic LED mine is $9.

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