December 17, 2007

Stanley MaxLife 369 Tripod LED Flashlight

stanley_tripod_light.jpgStanley has a new flashlight out that should be a big hit with anyone who has ever tried working in an unlit crawl space. The flashlight has three tri-pod legs that fold out of the body allowing it to be set it upright and the articulating head means you can point the light wherever you want. Because it’s a battery-operated flashlight (9 AA batteries!), it's much more convenient than a standard electric work light, seeing as there are no extension cords to deal with.

The flashlight sells for about $25 which is a good deal, considering the innovative tri-pod design and the fact that any good mag-light is going to be in the $20 range anyway.

Stanley offers this flashlight in a number of other sizes and colors (purple?).

At Amazon.com

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at December 17, 2007 5:29 AM

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