Compact penlight delivers 400 lumens for industrial task lighting

Mike Edwards   


Princeton Tec has introduced a dual-fuel penlight, the Alloy-X. The light provides 400 lumens and a 28-hour runtime. The company’s dual-fuel technology allows the light to be powered via an included rechargeable lithium-ion battery, and to also function with two AAA alkaline batteries.

The Alloy-X penlight is operated via a one-touch tail switch; a quick and simple click activates the light, as well cycles through high, medium, and low spot modes, allowing an effortless adaptation to the amount of light needed to complete the task at hand, it adds.

The aluminum body features textured knurling to ensure a firm and secure grip on the pen light, even while wearing gloves.

The light is also rated IPX7, withstanding water submersion up to one meter.

Lastly, its detachable clip enables it to be reliably fastened to a pocket or belt for quick and easy access to light with a moment’s notice.

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