February 1, 2011

Ryobi Tek4 LED Hi-Beam


To be honest, we're mainly posting about this tool because we think that it has the coolest press image that we've seen in years. Other than that, our guess is that this is a great flashlight. We're pretty vocal about our sheer admiration for the Milwaukee M12 LED flashlight (our review here) and this one, powered by the Ryobi 4-volt battery boasts even more brightness (220 lumens to Milwaukee's 160). Probably doesn't even matter though, once you get up into that level it's all blinding.

The Ryobi is going to cost about $50 and it comes with a battery and a charger. Might seem like a steep price, but judging from how much we use our Milwaukee, it's probably not.

At Home Depot
Careful, though. It looks like Ryobi has another, less powerful light in their Tek4 lineup...make sure you know which one you're getting.

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at February 1, 2011 7:46 PM
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