The crazy creatives at Joby stroke again last August with their new Gorilla Series product: the Gorillatorch, a hand-free 65-lumen LED flashlight with flexible legs and magnetic feet . No need to hold a flashlight in your mouth while fixing your computer in the dark anymore: thanks to its bendable tripod and its strong magnets, the Gorillatorch can grip to virtually anything. On top of it, it can hold screws, nuts and bolts for you while you work. Joby, the company behind the renowned Gorillapod and the Gorillamobile, announced the product back on August 20th. It started to ship in September for $29.95, and I just found a good review on Gizmodo. You can order it on the Joby website.
Legs and flashlight housing:
- Tough ABS plastic
- Durable TPE grip rings
- Super powerful neodymium magnets
- Ultra-bright CREE LED
- High quality reflector optics
- Polycarbonate lens
- Brightness 65 lumens
- 3 AA batteries (included)
20 × 7.5 × 6.5cm (5.5cm diameter bezel) 185g (6.5oz)
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