A Truly Flexible Yet Tough Flashlight
February 21, 2015
The flexible portion is as strong as the steel of the flashlight body. The magnet isn't just for looks, as it is strong enough to hold the whole assembly or help aim the light into a contorted position. I am a paraplegic and holding a flashlight in my teeth is always bothersome. With the Terralux, I can use the magnet and twisting extension to attach the light to my chair in order to free my hands to maneuver or work on something.
You can also swap out the extension and just use the flashlight in 6" mode in or out of the magnetic clasp. It goes without saying that this light is very bright, one expects to use CR123's for this light but two AA's work and last. Years ago there was a light called the "snake light" that was all the craze for Father's Day or Christmas.
This light, in my personal opinion, is a light that should be marketed starting next Nov 1st. This is a quality, tough, bright, and incredibly useful light. Price wise, it would still be a steal if it cost 50 percent more.
Pros:Quality Constuction-all steel or aircraft aluminium, strong magnet with flashlight holder, extension stays in place, flashlight can be converted to a regular style flashlight for use in "close-up" applications. The light is bright and long-lasting on just two ordinary AA's.