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The Atomic Beam Tripod Light is a flashlight that will convert into a tripod that'll stand on its own. Once it's been made into a tripod, it'll rest on any flat surface, regardless of how wide that surface is or the height it extends to. This flashlight and tripod in one can be used both indoors and outdoors, including in poor weather conditions. Due to its three non-slip feet, it's not likely that it'll fall over, even when exposed to wind and rain.
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To begin using this light, turn it on as you would a standard flashlight. If you want to use it this way without converting it, you can go ahead and do so.
If need be, your next step will be to convert your flashlight into a tripod. To do so, bend it at the joint in the middle and press the yellow button. By pressing this button, you'll allow the device's three legs to fully extend, which'll enable you to rest them on any flat surface.
Once you're done using your flashlight as a tripod, you'll be able to convert it back into an ordinary flashlight in seconds. ( You'll be able to do this multiple times throughout one session of use, if necessary ). To put it back, bend the middle in the opposite direction that you did originally and watch the tripod's legs retract. After they do, you'll have an ordinary bright flashlight again!
When you're using this flashlight as a tripod, you'll be able to adjust its angle, choosing from a variety of positions. Therefore, regardless of what objects you need to see in front of you, you'll be able to attain the level of illumination you need to see them clearly.
Each device, whether being used as a flashlight or a tripod, outputs 5,000 LUX while powered on. That means that the illumination you get from it will be up to 40 times brighter than the illumination you'd get from a standard flashlight.
The Atomic Beam Tripod Light also has a low beam setting for when you don't want the maximum amount of light, but you need some illumination. This setting will come in handy if you enjoy doing intricate crafts or need to perform repairs involving small objects like eyeglasses.
This flashlight has a strobe setting, too, which you can use during emergency situations ( such as those that occur while you're out in your car or boat ) so passers-by can see you.
Besides having different settings, this device will also zoom in and out, zooming out to become a floodlight and back in to become a spotlight. You'll be able to choose how much you want to zoom out or in based on each specific situation you're using your flashlight within.
Although it provides superior illumination in comparison to a standard flashlight, this light isn't significantly larger or heavier than those, so it's just as portable. You'll be able to carry it in a small case like a backpack, and most users will likely have no trouble carrying it in one hand.
Regular flashlights do a decent job during power outages, but with one of these, you've probably noticed that you're only able to illuminate a small area. With the Atomic Beam Tripod Light, you'll be able to convert it from flashlight to tripod and arrange it to light up an entire room while the power's out. It may give you so much light that you'll be able to continue doing whatever activities you were doing while the electricity was on.
This light is also a good one for camping trips, especially if there's no electricity at your site and you want to set up tents, do chores or even read at nighttime. You may want to use it as a tripod at your site but convert it back to a flashlight when you need to make a midnight trek to the bathroom.
When you use this flashlight as a tripod, you'll be able to get better illumination than you would from a regular flashlight—while keeping both hands free. If you set it up as a tripod beside you while you're doing home or vehicle repairs, you might find you finish your job more quickly than you normally would, without as much fatigue.
Many people choose to use a head lamp, which could conceivably be attached to another part of the body, too, when wanting to use a flashlight while keeping their hands free. However, wearing one of these can be an annoyance, and may get in the way of any other headgear that you want or need to wear. You could also bump your head on something while performing a repair and damage this type of light.
While the Atomic Beam Tripod Light is safe to use in the rain and other poor weather conditions, it's not a good idea to leave it unattended in poor conditions. Besides contributing to wear and tear on the device, this could contribute to draining the batteries inside.
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