Tools and Equipment
Maxxeon claims Pocket Floodlight combines efficiency of a penlight with the light output of a work light
By Alyssa Dalton
April 8, 2011
Maxxeon claims its Pocket Floodlight combines the convenience and compact size of a penlight with the light output of a work light. The company says the light output of 120 lumens is up to 20 times the amount of light produced by many penlights, with a special wide-angle light beam making it an ideal light for up close use. “The special design provides a clear, uniform light pattern, without the ‘hot spots’ and ‘dark spots’ that are common to most flashlights,” it adds. It is available with a UV LED for use in dye leak detection and red LED for night readings.