Risk Racing® is proud to announce one of the most unique innovative task lights ever created.
Imagine having a light you could bend like a sheet of paper to focus or spread light all around. A light that would be able to wrap around tubes, bend into tight corners, and magnetically fasten securely to metal objects. A flood light that you could hold in your hand to illuminate a dark path or set on a coffee table to light up an entire room during a power outage. A slim work light that could easily slip into a tight engine compartment or behind a cramped stereo cabinet to switch out wires. A gooseneck task light that can easily be positioned to pin point a bright spot for small detailed repairs. A camping light that can wrap around a tent pole to light up the site or be tucked into your front backpack strap to light up the dark trail ahead. A directional light that can flood light across a room.
Risk Racing® is proud to announce the release of this light and they call it the FLEXiT. The FLEXiT Light is a hands free flexible LED task light. It's ultra-thin, flexible silicone body allows an unlimited amount of light projections. The durable Shape-LocTM frame makes it easy for users to bend, fold, wrap, stick or hook the FLEXiT around objects to position and aim the light.
FLEXiT uses 16 Lumen TechTM LEDs with three light functions (low, med, and high) that can be bent into positions to create a focused spot or a broad flood light. The durable ABS base holds 3 AA batteries (included), the electronic switch and circuit, two large neodymium (rare earth) magnets, and a loop to hang or mount the light. The FLEXiT is 0.85" thick, 7" wide, and 13" tall.
- Ultra-thin flexible silicone body
- 16 bright Lumen Tech LEDs
- 4 Light Functions (low, medium, high, flashing)
- Long operation time with (3) AA batteries - included
- 2 rare earth magnets for easy hands-free operation
1 x FLEXiT Light
3 x AA batteries
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate DEHP and Dibutyl phthalate DBP, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.