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Trioh! Flashlight: Right Light at the Right Time

by Lambert Varias
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Designer Greg Hinzmann has the answer to one of life’s greatest dilemmas – what lights the flashlight? His answer? Itself. His concept flashlight, the Trioh!, automatically lights up when it’s charging base detects that a power outage so you don’t have to fumble in the dark. It’s easier to find the flashlight than to pronounce its name though.

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One other thing that Hinzmann made to ensure that the Trioh! will be easy to find is make it look tasteful, something you wouldn’t be ashamed to use as a decorative lamp as well. Otherwise users would just stow it in a drawer with the rest of their tools or emergency supplies.

Pledge at least $59 (USD) on its Kickstarter fundraiser and you’ll be one of the first owners of the Trioh! if and when it goes on sale. And as a backer you may have the power to change its name before it’s too late.

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