2023 - Volume #47, Issue #3, Page #30[ Sample Stories From This Issue | List of All Stories In This Issue | Print this story | Read this issue]
Wearable Flashlight Has Many Uses
“It can be handheld, or you can put it on your head,” he says, noting that it comes with a wearable strap and a magnet. “You can control how much light you have by touching it. It has a fall sensor that goes into SOS mode, and if paired with a phone, it sends a message to a contact.”
The bendable frame made of silicon rubber and durable plastic has 19 LED lights that shine 3,600 lumens in 256 colors and pure white. Besides eight preset modes, you can create up to 10 custom modes and set the brightness level at 25, 50 or 100 percent. Choose colored lights for specific purposes, Haddad explains, such as red light to deter mosquitoes or white light for scuba diving.
Set the compass, use the touch controls on the flashlight, or pair it with your cell phone to easily change settings.
Using quality materials, JordiLight is lightweight (4.6 ounces), waterproof to 165 ft. depths, and can handle temperatures ranging from -40 to 140 F. While that makes it useful for adventurers, sportsmen and campers, it’s also helpful for workers in low-light situations, including farming, mining and construction.
JordiLight sells for $99 through its website and other retailers.
“The features we have are unique,” Haddad says. “No other flashlights have what we have for safety and lighting.”
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, JordiLight, 594 Broadway, Suite 305, New York, N.Y. 10012 (ph 813-370-8200, firstname.lastname@example.org; www.jordilight.com).
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