Rounding out the RedLithium USB series is the Milwaukee Rover Pocket Flood Light. Like the other lights in the series, it runs on Milwaukee’s new 4V RedLithium USB battery that consists of a single lithium-ion cell. Taking the lights away from the M12 and M18 lines help keep the lights more compact and affordable while still offering excellent light output and adequate runtime. The light is only about as wide as a medium size flashlight, so it fits well in your hand and is easy to carry. The slim profile fits well in any of the small pockets in my tool bag, similar to the flashlight and headlamp in the series. In combination, I can carry every light I need to work in nearly any situation and the small amount of space it takes means I can carry all of them with me every day to be ready for whatever the job throws at me. The Milwaukee Rover Pocket Flood Light battery can be recharged on board via the micro USB port just below the power button. If you need to swap batteries, the access door is below the clip. It’s on the tough side to open since it fits pretty tight. It also doesn’t slide all the way off like you’d expect. It pulls back about half an inch, then needs to be lifted ...