Though not much smaller than a golf ball, the new Risk Racing Magnetic LED Light Mine is a powerful spotlight that can be used almost anywhere you need illumination. The Magnetic Light Mine has an intensely bright, wide angle LED and 12 powerful rare earth (neodymium) magnets that allow you to stick it to any steel surface or rest it on any surface and aim the light towards the workspace at almost any angle.
Professionals, including motorcycle and automotive technicians, plumbers and HVAC contractors, will want to have one on hand, as it is small enough to fit into tight areas and aim a powerful beam of light where it is needed most. Because of its 12 rare earth magnets, the Magnetic LED Light Mine also works as a "pick-up" tool for dropped screws, nails and hardware. Motorcycle enthusiasts including street and dirt bike riders will also find hundreds of uses for the Risk Racing Magnetic LED Light Mine on the road, track, trails, or in the garage.
Toss one in your saddle bag for road side repairs. Stick it to your tool box in the race trailer, or stick it to the fridge and make it the go-to flashlight for the whole family. Use it when working on an engine, changing a tire, wiring a home theater, switching on a breaker, crawling around under a counter or sink. It’s even great to have on camping trips. The potential uses are endless.
Powered by three alkaline button cell batteries (included).
I bought it for the novelty, but I’m not happy. It’s really small. The magnets are so weak they Barely hold onto an iron piece. Worst of all, is motorcycles don’t have very many iron pieces. Most motorcycles are made of magnesium, aluminum and such. The light is limited to a single beam that’s very weak.
I know that some people say it's not the size of the ship, but this thing is so small it's pathetic. They should call it a microlight. Not only that, but this baby is pushing out a whopping 3 lumens. The color temperature is horrible, but that's only surpassed by how bad the dab of glue holding the magnets in is. Three of my magnets just fell out. I guess it's nice that the magnets are strong, it's just a shame that they are stronger than the glue holding them in. This was the worst trade deal maybe ever. Attached is a picture of all the lumens for reference. Don't waste your money.
Cheap, cheap, cheap. Its a great idea but very poor construction. The switch doesnt work most of the time. The light flutters on and off. Its so cheap its not worth sending back. I guess you cant expect much for the price but it should at least function.
The Light is a little smaller than I would like, the magnets work well, it is handy under the tank. The switch is not the best quality either. Handy to put in a saddle bag for on the road minor issues, a strobe function would be nice for road hazard emergencies.