Tourist lantern that will not let you stumble

Tourist lantern that will not let you stumble

The most unconvincing words in the world are the phrase “There is nothing to fear”, uttered in the night forest. Each traveler is in terrible danger - no, not to be attacked by werewolves or goblin, but to break his leg against a root or stone. Trite? But it hurts. Especially often this happens to those who walk behind a person with a lantern, and do not see a zig under their own legs. And, perhaps, the only thing that can save from this misfortune - tourist lanternthat shines under the feet behind those walking.
Tourist flashlight Emergency Flashlight, or How not to ditch in the dark

This unusual tourist lantern was invented by a South Korean designer named Junwon Yang. The concept was named Emergency flashlightwhich means "emergency flashlight." But the flashlight is not intended for emergency situations, but for the most ordinary - trekking in a narrow forest path.
Tourist flashlight Emergency Flashlight: shine under your feet!

If only the one in front has the light source (as it usually happens: tourist lanterns are expensive, and not all travel enthusiasts manage to stock up on them; and it’s better to save batteries), then Emergency Flashlight will be very useful. These are, in fact, two oppositely directed flashlights, only the rear one is beveled at an angle of 45 °: its beam illuminates the ground under the feet of the satellites coming from behind, and does not blind their eyes. If the user is walking alone, and is not configured to waste battery power, the extra light can be turned off.
Tourist flashlight Emergency Flashlight

For the invention of such tourist lantern Junwon Yang will thank you very much and diggers - lovers of wandering in narrow tunnels in city dungeons. And tourists will only have to add a Lightstarter pocket lamp to their backpack, which is charged by friction, and you can go to any thicket.
Tourist flashlight Emergency Flashlight

Watch the video: Soderbloom's Fish Bright lantern top reflector (February 2020).

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