Tagged: Ultra-thin flashlight

The ultra-svelte Flashcard3 boasts of Li-ion battery and LED light

The ultra-svelte Flashcard3

20 years ago, the Flashcard rocked the technological realm by emerging as the world’s first ultra thin flashlight. With its ridiculously thin profile and baffling commercial success (with millions of units in sale), the svelte contraption was permanently displayed at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. And now, fast forwarding to 2013, the utterly slim flashlight is back and better than ever. How so? Well, the so-named Flashcard3 has been upgraded with host of fascinating design features that pertains to both its form factor and technology.

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Ultra-thin credit card-sized FlatLight illuminates for 10 hours continuously

When it comes to flashlights, we’ve seen plenty of innovative ones. Just recently we saw the Gura-pika that lights when earthquake shakes the earth. Amid all flashlights we’ve seen in our time, there was scope for one that fits very easily (without being noticed) in the pocket or purse. Enter FlatLight – an ultra-thin, super bright, fiber optic light that comes in a credit card-size form factor. Developed by Worley Light Worx, the FlatLight is on crowdfunding site Kickstarter, it measure 3.5mm thin and can fit perfectly into a pocket, purse, glove box or toolbox. Read More…