Give your dad an LED Light Mine for Father’s Day

Striker Light Mine ProfessionalIf you’re looking for a last minute eco-friendly Father’s Day gift, look no further than the LED Light Mine from Striker. This little gizmo is reminiscent of the mines in the minesweeper game that came pre-installed on old PC’s, but doesn’t blow up in your face when click the wrong button.

The product pictured here is the LED Light Mine Professional, which Striker sells for $20, but the original LED Light Mine is available for $6.99/each or 3 for $14.99.

Both the LED Light Mine and the Light Mine Pro employ neodymium (“rare earth”) magnets to attach (or use as tripods/quad-pods) and aim light hands-free and high output, wide angle, Lumen Tech LED lights, but the Pro version goes a few steps further than the original Light Mine.

In the LED Light Mine Professional, you don’t just get the light of one LED, but rather 8 LEDs. You also get 4 different lighting options in the Pro version — low power spot, high output spot, red night vision, and blinking red signal.

Check out the videos below (complete with “product testers” in low-cut tops and pushup bras) to see the LED Light Mine and Light Mine Pro in action:

Check out Striker’s other VERY cool (and probably even more useful) LED product, the FLEXiT, on Greenwala.com.

Via Cool Material.

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