Two Flashlights In One, And Some Florescent Magic

The Emergency Flashlight is meant for a grab-me-on-the-way-out emergency situation. What it features is a single flashlight tube that splits up into two and is connected via s florescent rope. The two split-up tubes work as powerful independent flashlights and the rope in between the two is used as a safety guide. The user scenario would be something like this; two responsible adults hold on to the two lights and the elderly and children hang on to the luminescent rope. Ideally the designer would be right with this concept, but in real-life situation, panic, stampedes and running at different paces may hamper this user-scene evacuation process. A lot of self discipline would be required on the part of the users, to not just rush our blindly. Human nature I guess!

Designers: Kyubaek Kim and Minhee Jung

31 Comments

  • Donald Merks says:

    seems like a useful tool! nice design! i just wonder.. is there any way to disconnect the two lights to be able to for example split up?

  • Donald Merks says:

    seems like a useful tool! nice design! i just wonder.. is there any way to disconnect the two lights to be able to for example split up?

  • eno says:

    like it and makes good sense.

    nice and usefull design

  • eno says:

    like it and makes good sense.

    nice and usefull design

  • AlleyJack Creative says:

    Seems like a useful design — not just in emergency situations, either. Could be useful for large families during general blackouts, or for taking kids trick or treating.

  • AlleyJack Creative says:

    Seems like a useful design — not just in emergency situations, either. Could be useful for large families during general blackouts, or for taking kids trick or treating.

  • Lina Lee says:

    That is a really really good idea!! and a nice design! if only the grip was more comfortable.. you know, with dents to hold the fingers? and the luminescent ropes should come with diffrent colours!! it will be much prettier.. ^_^

  • Lina Lee says:

    That is a really really good idea!! and a nice design! if only the grip was more comfortable.. you know, with dents to hold the fingers? and the luminescent ropes should come with diffrent colours!! it will be much prettier.. ^_^

  • okasakin says:

    You could also make it rechareable by using the design as jump ropes to rotate a dynamo in the handles to recharge the batteries for longer life 😀

  • okasakin says:

    You could also make it rechareable by using the design as jump ropes to rotate a dynamo in the handles to recharge the batteries for longer life 😀

  • marc says:

    Absolutely fantastic review, thanks Im going to buy one this week.

  • marc says:

    Absolutely fantastic review, thanks Im going to buy one this week.

  • Interesting idea. I could see this application being more useful for caving or something.

  • DARSHAN SHAH says:

    I WANT TO BUY THIS IN BULK QUANTITY TO USE IN INDIA,,, PLEASE TEL ME WHOM TO CONTACT.

  • Admit says:

    very good flashlight, and very nice designs..

  • Bud says:

    Yes Mark, I see you were looking to purchase the flashlight, perhaps you could share with me exactly where it is a person can get more information regarding this product, phone, website, and so on.

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