The Rechargeable Wrist-Mounted Work Light provides temporary task lighting for the area immediately around a users hands.
Inventor Renzie M. Poe, III of Wamego, KS has created a device that provides temporary task lighting for the area immediately around a users hands.
Many people have had the experience of trying to perform a complicated task with their hands while working in dark conditions. Many times a flashlight is used in order to help provide additional, temporary illumination. However, this often means having to try and balance the flashlight under ones chin, or on a nearby object to allow the use of both hands to perform the task. Sometimes another person must be available to help hold the flashlight. Inventor Poe has created a means by which temporary task lighting can be provided without these issues or the necessity of having another person present.
This clever new invention is a long-lasting, high-powered design. It can be worn on one or both wrists. It holds up to two flashlights per band. The device uses LED lamps. It is ideal for detail intensive hand labor. The use of the Rechargeable Wrist-Mounted Work Light provides for increased illumination levels for task lighting without the disadvantages typically associated with conventional flashlights, or other methods of temporary illumination.