By Bill Sexauer from Seattle, WA on November 18, 2014
Can I use NiMH rechargeable batteries with this light?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on November 18, 2014
Answer:Yes but you will likely not get the same battery life compared to alkaline.
By Gert Van Moorsel from Colorado on September 8, 2014
What does the magnetic bracket look like and what is the overall thickness of the light with the attached bracket?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on September 8, 2014
Answer:The magnet is embedded on the back of the light. The thickness would be 7/8 inches thick.
The "mounting bracket" is a round metal piece that has 3M table on the back side of it. You would tape this to the wood/plastic surface and then mount the light to it. This bracket is about the same shape and size (thickness included) as a quarter. So your overall thickness would still be under 1 inch.
By John from 94303 on June 21, 2014
What are the dimensions?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on June 23, 2014
Answer:3-3/8 inch diameter by 1 inch thick.
By Brad from Sanger, TX on March 3, 2015
How many lumens does this put out?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on March 3, 2015
Answer:It emits 90 lumens of light.
By P from Atlanta, GA on January 5, 2015
What's the standby battery life? We only need it for about 10 minutes a day 3 to 5 days a week. How long can the battery last for such usage?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on January 6, 2015
Answer:When using high quality batteries you can expect about 40 hours of battery life when using the product.
For excessive long periods of time, of course that won't be the case. 40 hours translates to roughly a year for your application. Most batteries won't degrade significantly in a year. Exactly how long the batteries will last when the product is not used often is dependent on the batteries you use not the product.