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PIK and Tool Creeper Review

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PIK Light

A MYCHANIC PIK Light is roughly the size & shape of a refrigerated dinner roll tube with a row of LEDs on one side & a trio of small emitters at the end. It’s a work light with some nice extras, like a magnetized base that tucks away a rotating plastic hanging hook. The row of lights on the side is its main event, offering a high mode rated at 250 lumens for 2 hours & a lesser-brightness mode rated at 5 hours per charge; it comes with AC & car plug chargers. You can also choose the close-range flashlight trio & one great companion for that is next to them: a magnetic pickup that telescopes out of the light & has flexible final inches so it can reach around or under things. Bottom line: Held in your hand, hung from a hook or stuck somewhere handy with its magnet, a MYCHANIC PIK light is purpose-built for working alongside you.

Tool Creeper

Sometimes – like when working on PCs or low-altitude rack gear - your work is down near floor

level while, odd are, your tools aren’t. They can be, with a little wheeled dingus from MYCHANIC they

call the Tool Creeper. It’s only about 4” tall, riding on an equilateral 16” triangle of wheels, its

surrounding rail like a bigger triangle with its points lobbed off (so, an uneven hexagon) & a trio of

trays on its topside – 1 big, 2 smaller, ready to hold tools & fasteners or other necessities – a lot

more of them at one time than our hands can handle. Bottom line: When there’s so much to hold

that you can’t help but fumble, a MYCHANIC Tool Creeper leaves you no cause to grumble.

About Delk

DELK, founded in 2001, is a small, fast-growing and privately held Consumer Product Company based in Nashville, TN. They design and distribute products across the U.S. and in over nine countries abroad. The company’s marquee automotive brands include MYCHANIC® and FrostGuard® - winner of QVC's 2014 Product Concept of the Year.

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