Review: EcoGear FX Tactical LED Flashlight (TK120) – Useful For Those Late-Night Knit Sessions

Review: EcoGear FX Tactical LED Flashlight (TK120) – Useful For Those Late-Night Knit Sessions

When I’m knitting (or crocheting) I need to see what I’m working on really well, so I’ve been trying different lighting sources that will illuminate the small area I occupy while I’m a passenger in a car at night. I’m commuting back and forth from upstate many weekends and I don’t want to waste those hours — I want to knit, but I definitely don’t want to disturb the driver. So far I’ve tried light-up needles and hooks, an LED reading light that plugs into the dashboard, and a fancy flashlight with a telescopic lens that can focus its light.

Let me tell you a bit about the flashlight, this is the EcoGear FX Tactical LED Flashlight (TK120):

This is a great quality flashlight for a variety of uses. I personally like it because its zoom function lets you really direct the light to where you need it most and you can also control the brightness of the light.

I’m happy with the flashlight because it does what I hoped it would do, light up a small area effectively. One thing I should mention, it uses 3 AAA batteries that do not come included. Overall I think anyone would be happy with this flashlight as it provides great quality at a good price point. Visit the manufacturer’s web site to learn more about the EcoGear FX Tactical LED Flashlight (TK120).


* Please note, I received EcoGear FX Tactical LED Flashlight (TK120) for the purpose of providing an honest and unbiased review. This post contains sponsored content and affiliate links.





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Danielle

Danielle Holke is a long-time knitter, first taught by her beloved grandmother as a young girl growing up in Canada. In 2008 she launched KnitHacker, a lively blog and knitting community which has since grown to be a popular presence in contemporary knitting culture, reaching more than a million readers each year. As a marketing professional, Danielle advises and works with a motley squad of artists, yarn bombers, film makers, pattern designers, yarn companies and more.

Learn more about her latest book, Knits & Pieces: A Knitting Miscellany.

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