WorkStar® 220 Pocket Floodlight - The Best Professional EDC LED Penlight

WorkStar® 220 Pocket Floodlight                        SKU:  MXN00220

LED Brightness (Luminous Flux)
140 OTF lumens (out the front)
LED, Color, Power
Cree XP-E, Cool White, 3 W
Forward Current
400 mA (typical)
Battery Voltage Range
4.8 - 3.3 volts
Batteries Included
3 AAAA alkaline
Run time with alkaline batteries
2 hours to half brightness & 4 hours useable light with typical intermittent use
Custom designed flood reflector with Orange Peel finish creates a huge floodlight beam - no rings, no shadows, no hot spots. The beam diameter to distance ratio is about 1:1, meaning for example, the beam diameter is about 2 ft wide when the light is 2 ft from an object.
Glass, user replaceable
Aluminum Body & Head
T6 Aluminum with Black Type II Anodizing
Overall Length
6 inches (15 cm)
Head Diameter
9/16 inches (14 mm)
Body Diameter
7/16 inches (10 mm)
Tailcap Switch
Click ON / Click OFF - plus half-press momentary ON;
Equipped with a rubber cap that seals out dirt and grit
1 ounce (28 grams)
Water Resistant
Threaded joints have rubber O-ring seals & tailcap switch is sealed with a rubber cap
WorkStar® 220, pen clip, 3 AAAA alkaline batteries
1 year against manufacturing defects
39111610 Flashlight

Expert's Endorsement Continued

5. "This light is unbelievable! I am a skeptic at times when it comes to new products but this light gets 10's across the board! I have had it for just a few short weeks and because of it's small size, carry it with me often. To date I've used it several times in my daily business activities around some of the vehicles, repairing our own personal RV, out in the shop, even when the power went out at our home... the Maxxeon Pocket Floodlight has come through for me bigtime. For me, a new tool in the lineup is not much to get excited about unless it is truly outstanding in some way, and this is! The fact that it "shines" (excuse the play on words) where other lights (even LED's) fail is what first got me. I have a 14 LED hand-held cordless shop light that was double the price of this. The problem is that while the hand held is bright (or at least I thought it was before the Pocket Flood), it does not shine any distance therefore making it often useless in situations where it is needed most, forcing me to go back to the old "trouble light". Not the Pocket Floodlight, this badboy shines clear across our parking lot let alone lighting up under the hood of our hot rods."
- Chris Biro, Editor In Chief, RPM Magazine