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— Outdoors

Bosavi multifunctional LED combines bike light, headlamp and lantern

By - June 6, 2012 9 Pictures
You can pack an entire kitchen and garage into your car for a camping trip, but the one thing you forgot will cripple you the entire time. And that's one of the reasons why multifunctional gear is such a godsend to campers. One of the latest multifunctional camping tools, the Bosavi headlamp, gives you a several different types of lighting in one versatile package. Read More

The Trioh! aims to be the world's most beautiful flashlight

It’s a scenario many of us are familiar with: the power goes out and the sole flashlight kept at the bottom of the kitchen drawer has either disappeared, or else been harvested for batteries, leading to much fumbling around in the dark. Portland, OR native Greg Hinzmann aims to prevent this situation by designing a flashlight which is so beautiful that you’ll want to show it off and so have it to hand, should the need arise. Read More
— Electronics

Power Bank two-in-one flashlight and phone charger

By - January 18, 2012 5 Pictures
Though falling into that tiny category of things exhibited at CES 2012 that don't have an HD screen and aren't an iPhone peripheral, we did want to briefly mention Poldera's Power Bank Energy Holder. A combined LED flashlight and phone-charger, the Power Bank is one of those unassuming devices that may not be a head-turner, but is a good idea nonetheless. After all, if you have need of a portable phone charger, why not have one that can do something else useful too? Read More
— Around The Home

FLEXiT offers a new take on task lighting

By - December 27, 2011 9 Pictures
For people who want portable LED lighting that mounts just about anywhere, there are already devices such as the Joby Gorillatorch, most of which are variations on the tried-and-trusted flashlight form factor. Striker’s new FLEXiT Light takes a bit of a different approach, however. Instead of incorporating three or so LEDs within one lens, it utilizes a bendable array of 16 high-output bulbs. Read More
— Electronics

Joby ups the intensity with new Gorillatorch Blade

By - October 11, 2010 6 Pictures
Joby’s Gorillatorch line has been removing the torches from DIYer’s mouths and underarms for a while now with its original 65-lumens Gorillatorch, which was joined earlier this year by the more powerful 100-lumens Gorillatorch Flare. For the latest addition to the line Joby has again upped the light intensity with the new Gorillatorch Blade. The Blade features the instantly recognizable flexible legs that are found on all Gorillapod tripods, along with a long-lasting CREE XLamp XP-C LED producing up to 130 lumens of light output, which can be adjusted from spot to flood. Read More
— Military

Don't daze me, bro! Police experiment with non-lethal Dazer Laser

By - July 28, 2010 1 Picture
Criminals across America could be just about to see the light… the Dazer Laser, a non-lethal weapon that shines disorienting, nauseating bursts of intense green laser light into a target's eyes, has gone into police trials across the Northern states. It's been shown to have no lasting effects (unlike previous infra-red versions that could cause permanent blindness), it's as easy to use as shining a flashlight in somebody's eyes, and it offers police the ability to temporarily blind a threat as they move to subdue it. At the very least, if the Dazer Laser joins the Taser in operation, it'll make the average cop's equipment list sound a bit more like a Dr. Seuss poem. Read More
— Outdoors

Joby Gorillatorch gets a little extra flare

By - June 8, 2010 6 Pictures
Last August, we told you about the wonderfully-named Joby Gorillatorch. It’s an LED lamp mounted on a Gorillapod tripod, the bendy, knobby, magnet-tipped legs of which allow it to be mounted almost anywhere - it can wrap around branches, cling to a car’s fender, or hang from the inside of a tent. Now, Joby has announced that the Gorillatorch is being joined by a souped-up big brother... the Gorillatorch Flare. Read More

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