Years ago there was a saying around where I was reared; it probably existed in other places too. It was used in reference to a person who was useful at many different types of work, be it DIY or gardening a Handyman of sorts I suppose you could say. Anyway the phrase that was used was that someone was ‘As Handy as a Small Pot’ a reference to a cooking pot that could be used for a variety of different purposes.
At LED Powerhouse we have a torch to which we beileve this little adage or label is very well suited.
The PAL Safelight Survival is handy on a number of counts:
It has a handy rubber housing and plastic lens so it is almost unbreakable. If you drop it, it almost bounces.
It also makes it handy for a winter evening’s walk, because it isn’t as cold as a metal torch, and warms quickly in the hand.
It’s cuboid shape means it won’t roll off a bedside locker or table. You can also easily stand it on end and it will light a tent or a room.
For me however, the standout feature of this little torch is that even when it’s ‘turned off’ it emits a very faint light, which makes it very easy to locate during a powercut or in a handbag in darkness.
The safelight will maintain a charge for up to two years in this ‘standby’ setting.
The survival has two beam settings; A high beam and a power save beam that gives 160 hours of light from a single PP3 alkaline battery.
This little torch really is pocket sized, it fits snugly in a pocket or small handbag. It’s a perfect fit for car glove compartments, will fit comfortably in the daintiest of hands.
To purchase one of these little torches, click here.
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