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The Gorillatorch delivers a powerful beam fuelled by its ultra-bright 65-lumen Cree LED, making it a wonderful work or reading light. Simply turning the knob allows you to adjust the brightness level seamlessly up to a blinding 65 lumens, allowing you to select the best type of light for the task at hand. At its brightest setting, the Gorillatorch offers 20 hours of continuous use, while you'll get up to 80 hours of battery life on the lowest setting. The Gorillatorch uses three AA batteries (not included). Designed with real-life situations in mind, like changing batteries in the dark, all the batteries slide into the torch in the same direction.
Using over two dozen leg joints that bend and rotate 360 degrees, you can securely attach your Gorillatorch to just about anything--use its bendable legs to attach it to the bedpost for lights-out reading, wrap it onto a tree branch to illuminate your campsite, or even straighten the legs and use it as a handheld flashlight to walk the dog. Using its powerful neodymium magnetic feet, the Gorillatorch Flare can attach itself to metal surfaces such as car hoods when checking the engine, late night tyre changes, or a fuse box door during power outages. Your imagination is the only limit when it comes to using your Gorillatorch.
Built with tough, durable ABS plastic body and polycarbonate lens, the Gorillatorch is ready to illuminate your adventures. In case things get wet, it's built water resistant (certified IPX5), meaning that it withstands water sprayed at it from every angle. With the Gorillatorch, you'll have light no matter how hard it rains.
Ready for rough work environments, the Gorillatorch is impact resistant and has been tested to sustain drops of up to two meters (six feet). When the job is done, the Gorillatorch's ultra-adaptable form factor enables you to stow it anywhere, from your car boot to your backpack. Using the magnetic feet, even the refrigerator door can make a good habitat for this little guy.