Straight flashlights aren’t good for much.
Sometimes a tiny little feature can make all the difference.
When Wilbur Bendystrah first thought to make a drinking straw with a bendable neck, drink-sipping ergonomics improved dramatically overnight.
It’s amazing the impact a little bendiness can have.
It wasn’t enough to save Wilbur, however. Decades of family infighting and patent malfeasance left him destitute at the end of his life, with only the faintest inkling of the far-reaching impact his invention would have on drinking comfort.
A moment, please, for Wilbur.
Anyway, flashlights are the same way. Add some adjustability to the equation and all the sudden you can actually get them to do what you want. You can aim the beam where you need it and be confident it will stay there—no awkward holding in the crook for your neck or fidgety and over-talkative child labor required.
It really is a no-brainer. After all, a flashlight that doesn’t bend is really only useful for night watchmen (the mall kind, not the Jon Snow kind) and snooping around solving Scooby Do mysteries.
For anything else, you’ll benefit from some bendiness, and these deliver the bendiness you need, want, and deserve.
They also pull out to reveal a lantern feature that’s basically an extendable core of light that will shine all around you.
Get yourself a two-pack that will make your next dark challenge a breeze. We’ll venture to say that you’ll find the experience illuminating.