What power do lights hold over us? Flashlights, lanterns, things that glow, motion sensor lights, and more always grab our eye as we sift through the Internet. Of course, there’s always some new source of illumination that tempts our wallets.
Ok, so the title may not be 100% correct, but the Light Mine Magnetic Orb Flashlight will still give you a pretty decent light source. There are two versions of this, the Line Mine (mini), and the Light Mine Professional. One is about the size of a golf ball, while the other compares to a baseball.
These have 11-12 neodymium magnets that will let you stick it wherever you need a little extra light. This includes things like the fridge for power outages, and your car when you have a flat. The smaller version will give you the power of a few white LEDs, but the Professional will give you 8 in the front, and 4 in the back that are under a red lens. The latter also has four different light functions: low power spot, high output flood, red night vision, high visibility signal beacon. Not too bad for a $7-20 price range.