Everyday carry items have to clear new hurdles these days. Because while the number of items we might like to have with us at all times keeps growing, we still only have two hands. And bags start getting pretty darn heavy.
To make the cut now, an item usually has to serve a few distinct purposes. In the case of an emergency item, that usually means some daily functionality crossed with a healthy dose of just-in-case features that just might save the day should a worst case scenario break out.
The DanForce G1 checks both of those boxes with flair, serving both as a crazy convenient daily use flashlight with some added extras for those emergency situations.
Funded by over $400,000 in pledges on Kickstarter, the G1 is dubbed the world's first modular flashlight, a light system striving to meet the needs of events both mundane and extraordinary.
Right out of the handy carrying case, the G1 is outfitted to serve as an effective, compact everyday carry flashlight, with a CREE LED performance chip spitting out 750 up to an impressive 1080 lumens across its adjustable light spectrum range of up to 1,000 feet.
But this modular marvel is actually a 12-in-1 lighting tool, featuring an array of configurations and attachments that aim to make it the first and last light you'll ever need.
By attaching the extension tube, the light becomes a larger, heavy duty model that can even smash windows if needed. The body also doubles as a power bank with its own compass built right in. Then there's the added range of extras that come with the set, including a lantern attachment, a bike mount, red and green lenses, a safety rope and more.
Water-resistant, dust-resistant, scratch-resistant and practically nuclear bomb resistant, the G1 also runs for up to 10 hours on a single charge, making it an optimal emergency light kit to carry in your car or in your travel bag at all times.
Regularly $99, you can save $30 right now off the price of the full DanForce G1 Modular Flashlight Kit and get it for just $69.99.
Prices are subject to change.