Joby GorillaTorch Blade

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The Gorillatorch Blade is an adaptable, high-performance, rechargeable flashlight designed for the mechanically-minded tinkerer, outdoorsman and DIY enthusiast. This durable water- and drop-resistant task light combines precision engineering with smart design to create the ultimate hands-free to modular flashlight. Flashlight is removable from tripod. 130 lumens.

- Altrec Outdoors

Use the Joby Gorillatorch Blade flashlight for hands-free lighting while camping, working on the car, waiting out a power outage or setting up the perfect photograph. The possibilities are endless! High-performance CREE(R) XLamp(R) XP-C LED outputs 65 lumens and features a temporary boost setting that ups the output to 130 lumens. Boost mode can be used momentarily by pressing down the on/off button; after holding down the on/off button for 3 sec. the boost mode is activated for 3 min. Flexible legs wrap around just about any pole, post or tree branch; magnetic feet help you position the Gorillatorch Blade on metal surfaces such as cars and fuse boxes. Light beam adjusts from spot to flood to meet your lighting needs. Position the light beam exactly where you need it with 360deg pan and 180deg tilt. Light unit has a machined aluminum body with an anodized finish for durability; light has IPX5 water resistance, for protection against spraying water. Rechargeable lithium ion battery provides up to 2.5 hrs. of use on high and 6.5 hrs. on low. Joby Gorillatorch Blade battery can be recharged via the included USB/AC adapter at any powered USB port or wall outlet.

- REI

The rechargeable Joby Gorillatorch Blade flashlight has flexible, wrappable legs and super-strong magnetic feet that allow you to illuminate your target while keeping your hands free.

- EMS

Joby GorillaTorch Blade

previously retailed for:
$29.98 - $65.95

The Joby GorillaTorch Blade is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 4, 2012 at Altrec Outdoors.

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