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12. 14. 2004

Touch Sensitive Torches

These candy-like (at Christmas time, I tend to see candy and chocolate everywhere, can't help it) AngusNoble torches rely on "indium", one of the smallest and most powerful rechargeable LED light sources.
They are controlled by a touch sensitive switch that uses the natural conductivity of the skin to switch the light on, dim or turn it off. The cover, machined from solid aluminium barand, is virtually indestructible.
And what's nice is that the groove running along the torche circumference allows you to attach a cord to hang the torch around the neck.
Via Designboom.

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