When I was in college, my roommate and I were slightly addicted to 2 things: Dukes of Hazard reruns and infomercials. Having watched the “PushLight” special probably 75 times in the 2 years we live together, we decided to buy a pack and split them. We used them in our closets, the trunk of our cars, to walk down the hall at night.
When I was still in college, my roommate and I are super addicted to almost everything nice. But there are two things that stand out: Dukes of Hazard reruns and infomercials.
You bet we did it! Several years aog I just had a roas beef issue while catering to a certain party and in order for me to let the air out of the trunk, we need to tore the light out so that it would not totally drain the battery. Now, I am wishing that I still have a pack of the PushLights from my dorm mate so that I could light up my trunk the way I want it to be.
With this in mind, I was totally delighted when I finally received a certain email from a company customer: the DeArmond Tool.
the email said…
“here are the one of the pictures that we have to sow you one of your company cases that were being used in our product line. This was the prototype of the product we have been working on. We would like to appreciate the designer of this case. It totally gave our small product the touch of class it actually needs! The small light is capable of lighting an entire room! It has 540 Lumen and I am so in love with it! Plain but it is so functional!”
With this in mind, kindly visit: http://www.dearmondtool.com to learn more about their products and services. To also view each of their products under the DeArmond Tool line. There are more styles and products are in design phases so continue on checking back with us once the site is updated.