I often have to peer round the back of dark amps, racks and PCs, fumbling around in the dark and dusty depths to try and plug and unplug things, reconnect things, organise signal chains etc. I was fed up of using the light on my phone for this so was on the lookout for a little LED torch that would last a long time on the batteries and give me enough light.
I read a few reviews online and decided that this model from LED Lenser seemed like the right combination of cost, size/weight and luminosity.
It arrived about ten days ago and since then has proved invaluable when changing tubes in my guitar amp and reconfiguring my PC with a new PCIe card etc.
It's small, fairly light weight but with a substantial, solid feel, and the light is enabled with a switch on the end which can be pushed momentarily for light, or fully switched on or off. With either way of using it, the amount of light cycles between two states, low and high. The low is usually more than enough, the high is sometimes too much! You have to be careful not to shine it near anyone's eyes, but that should go without saying.
The only other function is a focus, which can be used by turning the light end of the body. It will go from a tightly focused spot light beam, to a wide and dispersed beam. I usually keep it on the latter.
It comes in a box with an anti-roll adaptor (put it on the end of the light and it won't roll off any surfaces, very cool), and a lanyard for hooking it around your wrist which could save you from dropping it.
The only negatives I can think of are that in actual fact for my purposes (indoor studio work) the bright mode is a little too bright, and so if I was buying again I'd probably look at some of the cheaper models in the LED Lenser range with a lower Lumen figure.
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