Video Quick Look at the Tool-Light

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Here’s my quick look video review of the Tool-Light.


3 tweezer tools: needle tip, chisel tip and gripper tip
LED flashlight with 3 additional sets of batteries

Video Notes

At this point, the Tool-Light is so new that it isn’t posted on their website yet.

Orders can be placed over the phone by calling (818)255-1482 x 105 Attn: Ani.Or, customers can send an email to [email protected] and they can take email orders as long as you provide your name/phone # and email address for them to get back to you. The Price is $19.95 + $6.95 S/h.


Product Information

  • Quality tweezers
  • 3 extra sets of batteries are included
  • Bright LED flashlight shines on tip
  • None

4 thoughts on “Video Quick Look at the Tool-Light”

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  2. Julie,
    I love your new direction of video reviewing because seeing is believing. Your reviews are short and right-to-the-point. As for improvement, I would love to see the camera at a lower position, preferably at your eye level. That way, it will look like you are talking to your audience at the same level.

    Now, to the tweezers: I love that idea. I can’t count the times when I desperately need a helping light. I went as far as wearing a head-band light in some cases. The only inconvenience I can see with this device is the screw: if the manufacture can design the LED light so the users can just snap it in place, then they will have a much usability-improve product.

  3. Hal:

    Thanks for the comment on putting the camera at a lower level. I’m still in the learning stage for videos as you can tell :o) I’ll see about applying your advice in my next one.

    Good point about having a snap-in light instead of a screw-in light. As is, it’s not that much of a problem to switch them out, but I like your idea.

  4. Hai has a great point Julie. Your posts are very informative, but you spend a lot of time trying to make sure that you’re getting the right camera shot. You should get your S.O. or a friend or one of your many Gadgeteer admirer’s to be behind the camera for you, framing you better and moving in for closeups when needed. That will let you spend more time with the product and its features. Great job on the Tool-Light though, I want a set.

  5. Loved the video review – very interesting and informative! What I liked about the tweezers is that they were large enough to handle and use – so many tweezers that have a tiny tip also have tiny sides that are difficult or uncomfortable to use. These look great!

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