If you need a pocket flashlight then the Helioslight might be a powerful torch to carry with you,offering a huge 1100 lumens of power at your finger tips.
The Helioslight is IP67 waterproof and can be used underwater if you wish, although done go too deep says its creator. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the Helioslight Titanium Flashlight project and see it in action.
Helioslight has ultra strong Neodymium magnet located in the back of the torch enabling you to position on any metal surface with ease when you need to go hands free.
“We offer three different flashlights SUN, QUASAR and PULSAR. They have the same size, and the difference is in the different brightness, and materials. Maximum brightness of SUN is 700 lumen, QUASAR is 1000 lumen, PULSAR is 1100 lumen. The body SUN & QUASAR is made of highly durable aluminum alloy 6061-T6. The body PULSAR Titanium Grade 5. Titanium Grade 5 is strong and light alloy, it is used in aircraft, spacecraft, military applications etc.
During development we tried to put maximum brightness in smallest shape. To get this, we took light emitting diode CREE XM-L2 T6 built on the SC³ technology platform, highly sufficient electronic module and high drain rechargable lithium manganese dioxide battery.
QUASAR and PULSAR have glass with broadband multilayer antireflection coating. That glass passes through 99% of light unlike the regular glass. Broadband multilayer antireflection coating can be seen by special color reflections on glass surface, you definetly saw that in Lens of DSLR cameras.
Helioslight has IP67 waterproof. It allow you to use the flashlight under water. You can don’t worry about rains, you can drop the flashlights in water, can plunge under the water. However don’t go too deep under water, flashlights isn’t made for that.”
The Helioslight project is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise enough pledges to make the jump from concept to production. So if you think Helioslight is something you could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help Helioslight become a reality.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Gadgets News, Top News