GoBe Modular Flashlight

Mar 21, 2016

Category: Gear

Flashlights can be used for a whole lot of different things; we strap them on our bikes to be seen on the road, we hike trails through the dark with them, and we pretend they are lightsabers when we are battling the Dark Side for the future of the universe. Light and Motion knows our needs are versatile, so they built one flashlight that could keep up with all of these needs – the American made GoBe Modular torch.

Depending on how you plan to use it – you can buy this hand torch with up to six different light heads, varying in power and beam size from 500-750 lumens. Along with the modular heads, this light comes with a bevy of different mounting options so you can bring it with you wherever you need to go. Designed to withstand heat, dust, drops, and with the ability to operate almost 400 feet underwater, we really mean it when we say “wherever you need to go.” Along with all these great features – the light charges easily via a USB port and can hold a charge for up to 18 hours. Expect to spend upwards of $130 to build out your Gobe. [Purchase]

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