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Joby Gorillatorch Blade Tactical Flashlight

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  • Powerful light output with 130-lumen; power boost – high-efficiency and long-lasting; CREE LED illuminates hard-to-reach places
  • USB-rechargeable lithium-ion battery
  • Modular light – flashlight can be easily removed from the stand for tactical applications
  • Fully-adjustable light profile – twist lens to customize beam; spot light for flat detailed work and flood for work on reflective surfaces
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number FL3-01AM
Item Weight2 pounds
Product Dimensions3 x 1.3 x 6.2 inches
Item model numberFL3-01AM
ColorBlack Body, Red Body
Wattage1.00
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
Warranty Description1 year
  
Additional Information
ASINB0042HN2Z2
Best Sellers Rank #156,206 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight12.8 ounces
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableSeptember 30, 2010
  
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Gorillatorch Blade

Gorillatorch Blade
Gorillatorch Blade

The Gorillatorch Blade is a rugged, 130-lumen high-performance LED flashlight with precise positioning–the ultimate light for the demanding DIYer. The even light profile can be adjusted from spot to flood for detailed tasks or work on reflective surfaces. Powered by a lithium-ion battery, the Gorillatorch Blade is easily recharged using the included USB cable or AC adapter, facilitating many productive hours of uninterrupted work.


Gorillatorch Blade
Joby Gorillatorch Blade

Ready to face the toughest environments, the flexible, wrappable legs and powerful magnetic feet secure to any surface. Plus, the smooth 360-degree pan and 180-degree tilt enable precise illumination of the most tough-to-reach spaces. The Gorillatorch Blade is extremely durable and easily adapts to any work situation; so you can get the perfect angle on your workbench, wrap it around a pipe or hang it upside down from your car hood.

  • 130-lumen ultra-bright CREE® XLamp® XP-C LED
  • Rechargeable Lithium-ion battery - USB or AC adapter
  • Precise positioning with 360° pan and 180° tilt
  • Bendable, wrappable legs with powerful Neodymium magnetic feet
  • Adjustable spot to flood beam
  • Compact yet modular, tactical flashlight
  • Durable, aircraft-grade aluminum body
  • Water and Drop resistant task light

From the Manufacturer

The Gorillatorch Blade is an adaptable, high-performance, rechargeable flashlight designed for the mechanically-minded tinkerer, outdoorsman and do-it yourself enthusiast. With an adjustable spot to flood CREE LED and power boost feature; the Gorillatorch Blade can produce up to 130 lumens of intense output. Its compact, lightweight form easily slips into a tool belt, secures to your climbing harness, fits into one hand and attaches hands-free to your workbench. Wrap or mount it virtually anywhere using its strong magnetic feet and bendable legs. For extended use, the Gorillatorch Blade is equipped with a rechargeable lithium-ion battery which can be charged using the included AC adapter or any computer USB port. This durable water- and drop-resistant task light combines precision engineering with smart design to create the ultimate hands-free to modular flashlight for the professional tinkerer and fix-it-now person.

Important Information

Wattage
1.00

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The light is very bright!
MestaySS
Very powerful beam that can be adjusted from a flood light to a spot light (30 to 160 degrees) and the light is very powerful.
Phillip O.
I assume the batteries (rechargeable) will last a long, long time.
Bruce Oksol

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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Robert Sanges on November 6, 2010
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I've only had this a few weeks, but it is 100% what I need for my work. It is super bright even on the lower setting. It runs for hours (longer than I've ever needed). It has the most useful tripod system I've ever seen. The magnetic feet are incredible! It has a focusable beam that can illuminate a large area. The light slips on and off the tripod easily and is held firmly in place when attached. It seems to have very rugged construction.

The only thing I can't speak about is the lifetime of the battery. I hope this battery lasts through many recharges because I like the rest of the light very much.

Update: 15 months of use now and I can't sense any drop in battery life. I'm not doing quantitative testing, but for my use it lasts more than long enough. I have had no problems with this light at all and would buy it again if I lost or broke this one.

Update: 24 months. Still going strong. I work in harsh industrial environments and this goes almost everywhere with me. I had to super glue one of the legs back to the base, but it was not broken, just the glue gave out of the slip joint. The magnets are great, but they do collect every metal shaving or iron dust particle they can find. Cleaning them of the iron debris is tough. The battery shows no sign of giving up. I am having some trouble with the charging port. I think it's just from over use (or abuse), but I have to apply downward pressure on the connected USB cable to get the flashlight to charge. It's easy to know when it's charging though (blue light in lens), so it's not a big deal. I would still buy this flashlight again if I broke or lost this one. That is the best complement I can give any tool!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By liveoak on April 20, 2011
everyone has covered all the aspects that make this flashlight great but i have discovered the best thing about this light is the fact it recharges via usb. i do a lot of camping/ off roading and have always hated carrying extra batteries for my high power led flashlights. this little gem just plugs right in to my 12v usb cigarette lighter adapter in my 4x4 and is ready for another night or two of fun. i just bought the item "Universal USB Mini Car Charger Adapter, White" for about $4.00 shipped here on amazon. if your smartphone or portable gps uses usb to charge then you can just use that. i have a couple of nice flashlights including the led lenser MT7 but i seem to always reach for the joby first, it just feels right in my hand. buy it you will like it.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By "switterbug" Betsey Van Horn TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 10, 2010
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This must be one heck of a flashlight for me to do a review. And it is... I cannot remember ever seeing a light as bright from such a small device. So, in a nutshell, here are the points that make this flashlight shine (pun intended):
- Completely rechargeable via either USB or AC current.
- Bright or brighter. It can run for 6.5 hours at 65 Lumens or 2.5 hours at 130 Lumens using the Boost Augmenter.
- The tripod legs are very versatile. Magnetized, they can be placed on a metal surface at just about any angle to shine exactly where you want it. You can bend the legs to wrap around a pole.
- Very compact size flashlight that can squeeze into tight places.
- The light aperture is adjustable to either focus the light tightly or over a wide range.

I've dropped screws into tight places and found the magnetized legs very useful in retrieving them. This little light will allow you to use both hands while working and see what you are doing. Off of the tripod, you will find yourself using this light for all of your other light needs.

So what should I review next--Scotch Tape?
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jon Norris TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 2, 2011
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This was my first introduction to the Joby Gorillapod line of items, and I have to say I am impressed. I did not expect the tripod to be very sturdy, yet it works surprisingly well. The magnetic feet are quite strong, and can easily hold the light in many different attitudes with ease. it is fun to mold the flexible legs into various odd shapes, and actually quite useful in positioning the light in odd work areas.

The light has an (non-user replaceable) internal rechargeable battery, which can be good or bad, depending on your circumstances. Rechargeables are nice until they die, then you have to wait for them to get charged up again before continuing on your project. I prefer standard batteries, as you can always use a rechargeable one if desired.

The tripod and light are quite well constructed and feel solid in your hand.

The light is bright, and has two brightness settings. Changing between them is a bit tricky, as you have to hold the button down, wait for it to jump to the higher setting, then wait even longer while it decides if you really mean it about using the brighter setting.

The only other drawback I found was that the light does not lock into the holder on the tripod, and while not really loose, could get pushed out and dropped if one is not careful.

UPDATE: July 2011

The catch which (barely) held the flashlight on the stand has now broken (with almost no use), and the light won't stay in the tripod at all. Given the cost of this unit, I deducted star for that. I have also run into the problem which every user of a product with non-user changeable batteries will - it ran out of power when I needed it, and required a couple of hours hooked to a USB line to recharge.
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