Anyone looking for a dual purpose USB backup battery that also functions as a powerful tactical flashlight might be interested in the new Zerohour Relic XR that has been designed by Amy Truong and Aaron Son.
The Zerohour Relic XR has been specifically designed to provide users with a rechargeable tactical flashlight that is equipped with a handy 3400 mAh USB backup battery.
The integrated USB connection allows it to charged both Android and iOS devices and the flashlight can be attached to almost anything thanks to its integrated clip, enabling it to be easily attached to your bike or weapon. Its creators explain a little more about the design of the Zerohour Relic XR :
“ZEROHOUR XR is a compact USB rechargeable tactical flashlight with variable control ring, tail-cap switch, and waterproof battery backup all-in-one. Our first project, ZEROHOUR XD, set new standards for flashlights by offering the ultimate integration of light and power, and on that foundation we’ve built a new device that is smaller and lighter yet gives you even more control:
Constructed with aircraft aluminum and achieving a 1,000 lumen output with the game-changing Cree XLamp XP-L LED, ZEROHOUR XR continues our dedication to best in class design materials.
Featuring an all-new variable control ring that allows maximum flexibility in choosing brightness from 0 to 1000 lumens, plus the option to click into XR’s preset modes (10 lumens, 1000 lumens, Strobe, and SOS).
Keep ZEROHOUR XR with you wherever you go for that extra boost of backup power: its 3400mAh lithium-ion battery provides at least a full charge for your smartphones and cameras.”
For more information on the new Zerohour Relic XR flashlight and USB backup battery jump over to the Kickstarter website for details and to back with pledges starting from $120 via the link below.