Heider Super Power Flashlight Let There Be Light

[10/06/15] 

Since cavemen roamed the savannah in search of prey, we have needed light.

Evolution ensured that despite us having pretty sophisticated brains, we're low on the ladder when it came to eyesight, especially in the dark, when things go bump. Summer is almost here and we all know that's a season of camping, beach parties and moonlight junks – might be a good time to invest in some serious candlepower.

Enter the Heider CFX, a new, super small, super powerful torch that has a beam that can reach up to 750 metres. That's like carrying the legal equivalent of a light sabre around in your pocket (yes, yes, we all know what you have in your pocket). This is more than just a nifty flashlight however; controlled by dual microprocessors , the 'super torch' has three illumination settings, including dedicated SOS and locator beacon modes, a zoom feature, and is shock, knock and water-resistant. Like your second serious girlfriend, it has a compact little body (because we know you settled first time around) and for boy scouts, mall cops and nocturnal rock climbers, it comes with a handy belt clip.

Time to compete with the sun.


Heider CFX Super Torch
From US$89
www.supertorch.com


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