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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.

By October 21, 2010


Joby Gorillatorch Blade: A flexible lighting solution (hands-on)

The Joby Gorillatorch Blade is the latest in a line of hands-free flashlights that includes the Gorillatorch Original and the Gorillatorch Flare.

By October 20, 2010


Joby Gorillatorch Blade (photos)

The Joby Gorillatorch Blade is the newest, smallest, and brightest member of the Gorillatorch line of hands-free flashlights. It's also the most expensive.

13 Images By October 20, 2010


Joby Gorillatorch Blade

With an adjustable LED lamp and flexible magnetic legs, the Joby Gorillatorch Blade is an easy way to illuminate a dark workplace.

By October 19, 2010


Joby announces bright, precise Gorillatorch Blade

When I was a kid, holding the light while my father turned wrenches was a sacred duty. Joby's Gorillatorch Blade has just rendered this practice obsolete.

By October 6, 2010


Flashlight + flexible tripods = Gorillatorch

A new flashlight that comes with three flexible magnetic legs to stay put on any surface.

By August 20, 2009


Gorillatorch photos

Gorillatorch is a flashlight that features a high-powered directional light, flexible leg joints with rubberized grips, magnetized feet, and a fully adjustable dimmer. It's possibly the most flexible flashlight ever made.

8 Images By August 20, 2009


Joby brings its flexible tripod to the iPhone 4

The Gorillamobile for iPhone 4 combines a bumper case and the company's ball-and-socket tripod.

By November 10, 2010


Icon's Rogue 2 flashlight can also protect you

Icon releases a new flashlight that's bright, durable, waterproof, and can be used for self-defense.

By January 14, 2010


Enjoy your iPhone hands-free with Gorillamobile

Joby's new accessory for the iPhone, called Gorillamobile, can help securely attach the phone to objects of different shapes.

By October 1, 2009