March 2, 2011

Striker Light Mine Professional

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Ever since it saved our asses in the power outage of '08 (six days with no power in the middle of winter with Mrs. Tool Snob 8-3/4 months pregnant...awesome), we've been big fans of the little Striker Magnetic LED. It's just a teeny thing, but it's pretty bright and ever since we first took it out of the packaging it's lived on the fridge, always there, always ready to go. Now, it seems that Striker has developed a larger version that's bright enough to really light up a work area. They've also made a promotional video hosted by "product tester" Terri. If you can make it 30 seconds into this thing with a straight face, you're a better person than we are.

...you're not hallucinating. Yes, she did, in fact just refer to the light as a, "baaad mamma jamma."

Not sure why, but this video makes us wonder what ever happened to Erica from Hot for Tools.

$20 at Amazon.com

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at March 2, 2011 6:19 AM
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