Striker, makers of the original magnetic light mine, have now come up with a more massive suped-up professional model. The Pro version features 11 Neodymium magnets which can also be used as freestanding feet, 4 electronic power levels and light functions, 8 Lumen TechTM high output wide angle white lens LEDs and 4 red rear LEDs.
Striker describes the Pro light mine as about the size of a baseball, and claims it to be 8 times brighter and with 4 times the runtime compared to their original golf ball-sized version. The Light Mine Pro is powered by 3 AAA batteries.
We learned about the Stiker Pro LED Mine via ToolSnob, who also put up a rather amusing maketing video by “product tester” Terri, who says things like the engineers at Striker must have been messing with steroids because look at what they have come up with now.
Striker Light Mine Professional via Amazon
Original Striker Light Mine via Amazon
Product Info via Striker
This popped up yesterday on my Amazon recomendations. I was wondering what it was/how it was different than the original. I own 2 of the striker lights and they do work great, plus I found they’re good to just leave on the side of a fridge so I always know where they are when needed. Not sure I’d spend the extra $13 to upgrade though. I am happy with my current verion.