RING RIL70 MAGNETIC TOOL LIGHT £0.99 with free click and collect @ Screwfix
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RING RIL70 MAGNETIC TOOL LIGHT £0.99 with free click and collect @ Screwfix

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Found 13th Feb
Will automatically light up when attached to any metal surface which is conductive. V-shaped magnetic cavity will attach to tools with diameter 3mm to 10mm (1/8 to 3/8) Two LEDs provide light to aid visibility when working with hand tools in dark or poorly lit areas. Includes batteries.

  • Up to 8 Hours Life
  • Model No: RIL70
  • 1 Year Guarantee
  • Magnetic
  • SPECIFICATION
  • Battery Type Lithium
  • Brand Ring
  • Colour Blue
  • Lamp Type LED
  • Life Length 8 hours continuous use
  • Light Bulb(s) Supplied x Lm1.4 lm
  • Manufacturer Guarantee 1 Year Guarantee
  • Model Name RIL70
  • Model No RIL70
  • Operating Time 8 hours continuous
  • Pack Size 1
  • Pieces in Pack/Case 1
  • Power Source Battery-Powered
  • Product Depth 20 mm
  • Product Height 17 mm
  • Product Type Magnetic Tool Light
  • Product Width 23 mm
  • Total Product Weight 0.008 kg
  • W x D x H: 23 x 20 x 17mm. 1.4lm. .
  • 1 x L521 Battery Supplied.
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Was building a miniature robot, and just needed the head to finish it off. Voila!.............
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Posted a few times lots of people say it's rubbish but some say OK for the price....
col1159 s ago

Posted a few times lots of people say it's rubbish but some say OK for the …Posted a few times lots of people say it's rubbish but some say OK for the price....


for 99p it's worth a try, if It helps once it's worth it.
Was building a miniature robot, and just needed the head to finish it off. Voila!.............
Never actually thought about something like this but it would be really handy, worth a punt for 99p
Yas52 m ago

Was building a miniature robot, and just needed the head to finish it off. …Was building a miniature robot, and just needed the head to finish it off. Voila!.............


comes complete with unibrow
Jonny 5 is alive! No disassemble
If you buy one of these you'll need to buy a flexible grabber as well to retrieve it from the darkest corner of your engine bay when it falls off.
Brilliant idea which I could have done with a million times in the past, but methinks my days of stripping down car engines in the dark or cold, or fiddling with awkward screws in even more awkward places.............. are behind me ! Gave up my car to save money (which I do, using public transport), and rent a flat so that my landlord will do repairs.
COLD. I know what I’ve got it in the hole for a good screwing.
mad_design_man3 m ago

COLD. I know what I’ve got it in the hole for a good screwing.


Got one last month when posted -rubbish probably worth If for batteries
Could be good for something else in the dark, usually just go for the wet patch but this could be a game changer....
Edited by: "ryshaz" 13th Feb
kamenitzabrit5 h, 59 m ago

Brilliant idea which I could have done with a million times in the past, …Brilliant idea which I could have done with a million times in the past, but methinks my days of stripping down car engines in the dark or cold, or fiddling with awkward screws in even more awkward places.............. are behind me ! Gave up my car to save money (which I do, using public transport), and rent a flat so that my landlord will do repairs.


What about your wife and kids, how do they survive
mad_design_man7 h, 12 m ago

COLD. I know what I’ve got it in the hole for a good screwing.



words of a true virgin
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