Gorillatorch Switchback: A lantern and headlamp

Aside from operating as a compact lantern, the Gorillatorch Switchback can also be converted into a headlamp just in case you decide to go spelunking.

Gorilla Switchback
Joby

We just posted a hands-on of the Gorillatorch Blade, and shortly after, Joby launched another flashlight, the Gorillatorch Switchback. Like the Blade, it's ultrabright, giving up to 130 lumens using an LED flashlight. Aside from operating as a compact lantern, it can also be converted into a headlamp just in case you decide to go spelunking.

Unlike the other Gorillatorch products, the legs do not come with neodymium magnets so you can attach it to metal objects. That's probably not that big a deal considering the Switchback is meant for the great outdoors--if you see a metal lamppost while "adventuring," you're doing it wrong.

The Gorillatorch Switchback is available for $59.95. See another view of the Switchback in headlamp mode below.

Gorilla Switchback
Joby

(Source: Crave Asia)

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