Based on the hugely successful original, the Magnetic Light Mine, Risk Racing created a bigger, brighter, and more powerful version called the Light Mine Professional. About the size of a baseball with the same underwater naval mine appearance, the new Light Mine Professional is 8 times brighter, lasts 4 times longer, and includes a signal beacon, and red night vision light.
The functionally designed protruding posts can be used as tripods or quad-pods creating a 360 degree freestanding light. Eleven powerful neodymium (rare earth) magnets are located the end of each post allowing the user to attach and aim the light accurately and securely in any direction. Powerful Lumen Tech LEDs are used in the front white lens (8 LEDs) and back red lens (4 LEDs). The Light Mine Professional has four electronic light functions; low power spot, high output flood, red night vision, and a high visibility hazard light.
11 Neodymium (Rare Earth) magnets on each Light Mine are used to attach and aim light hands-free. Use the exterior magnet posts as tripods/quad-pods creating a freestanding 360 degree aim-able light when not attached to a metal surface.
Not all Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) are created equal. Lumen Tech’s daylight white LEDs combine the most intense light output in combination with a wide viewing angle. This provides Risk Racing products with a crisp bright white light that illuminates a large surface area making Risk Racing the most versatile task lights. Lumen Tech LEDs for Risk Racing products have been developed to deliver the best technical performance.
Motorcycle enthusiasts including street and dirt bike riders will also find hundreds of uses for the Risk Racing Light Mine Professional on the road, track, trails, or in the garage. Toss one in your saddle bag for road side repairs or to use as a hazard light on the side of the road. Stick it to your tool box in the race trailer, or stick it to the fridge and make it the go-to flashlight for the whole family. Hook a lanyard on it and use it as a magnetic pickup tool. Use it when working on an engine, changing a tire, wiring a home theater, switching on a breaker, crawling around under a counter or sink. It’s even great to have on camping trips. The potential uses are endless.