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Handy-Lite Snap On LED Task Light

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  • Flexible grip will fit 0.38'' to 1" diameters
  • Lightweight design
  • Allows you to see while hands free
  • Assembled in the USA: Rochester, NY with imported materials from China
Materials
Polycarbonate, 100 lumen Cree LED
Includes
One Handy-Lite, AA battery
Weather Resistance
IPX4
Dimensions
3" x 1" x 1.75"
Weight
0.09 lb

Reviews
3.5 avg. (8 reviews)


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Handy-Lite Snap On LED Task Light

starting at $12.95

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Buy 2 or more task lights for $11.95 each (up to 6 lights)

Bright LED light · Clips onto a tool, hat and more · Frees up both hands
This LED task light has a flexible grip that lets you fit it onto things like a tool handle, cane, paint brush, and pipe. It's a simple, hands-free way to shine a light in a convenient spot.
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TipSee Light Company

Tipsee Light Company Maker Steve LaBuzetta was inspired by a struggle to fill up the gas tank on his snowblower. He couldn't gauge the right amount of gas to pour in and ended up over-filling the tank. Holding a flashlight between his teeth helped a little but wasn't the best solution.

Steve leveraged his knowledge of lighting techniques from his work as an advertising photographer to create a better-fitting solution, Handy-Lite. The LED task light clips onto things like a pipe, the brim of a hat, a tool handle, and in many more spots—like a snowblower—to light up jobs and free up both hands.