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Streamlight Knucklehead Flashlights Product Info
Streamlight Knucklehead Flashlight is a flexible work light designed to put light where you need it. The Stream Light Knucklehead is a lightweight, hand-held flash light with a 210 degree articulating head that rotates a full 360 degrees. This Streamlight flashlight features the latest in dual C4 power LED technology, microprocessor controlled high and low intensity modes, emergency flash and a low-light, low-power moonlight mode. The Stream Light Knuckehead Flashlight is built with dual wide pattern parabolic reflectors inset into larger textured reflector, to provide a smooth flood pattern for close-up work. Optimized electronics provides regulated intensity over the life of the battery.
You can hang the Streamlite Knuckle Head just about anywhere, thanks to a removable magnet with 135 lb pull strength and a replaceable rubber boot, and the integrated storable hang hook. The circular rare-earth magnet is surrounded by durable nickel plated steel housing. This is one durable industrial flashlight, too - the housing, base and battery housing are made from high-impact super-tough nylon, offering exceptional durability. Streamlight seals all openings with O-rings for weather resistance, with a one-way valve for case venting. The Stream Lite Knuckle Head LED Light is the most versatile task light you'll ever own!
The Knucklehead Light comes with the following power options:
Rechargeable NiCD battery pack - comes with AC/DC universal Steady Charger, which requires up to 10 hours for a complete charge and can be used with 110V, 120V, 230V, 240V, or 12V DC currents by exchanging its charge cord. Comes with DC charge cord and 1 AC charge cord in your choice of voltage.
AC/DC Piggy Back Charger - simultaneously charges flashlight and extra battery
AC Fast Charger - up 2.5 hour charge
Alkaline battery pack - operates on four (4) “AA” alkaline non-rechargeable batteries. Provides fast replacement with readily available AA batteries. Batteries included.
I'm a electrician at a lumbermill. A lot of our electrical breakdowns are in poorly lit locations. Almost always there is a metal surface nearby to stick the very strong magnet of this flashlight to. Much better than holding flashlight in mouth or h...
I'm an industrial mechanic. I work in one of the largest plants in the USA.This light is very helpful putting light were I need it and in any position I need it now. The only draw back to the light is that since it's constructed from plastic some par...
This is an update from a previous review.
As I expected the powerful magnet (which is great) was too strong for the weak 8-32 thread screw holding it.The screw broke and I lost the magnet on the machine I was working on. Streamlight engineers need t...