BEAMFIST Stealth W.R.I.S.T. Light
The BEAMFIST Stealth W.R.I.S.T. Light. Where do I begin? The compound word "beamfist," indicative of a torch beaming out over one's fist to illuminate the path ahead, or the face it's seeking to make contact with?
The stealth nature of the flashlight? That's a bit questionable, since it's a wearable that gives off major cyborg vibes, and would never go unnoticed on your wrist. Though I guess it's more likely BEAMFIST believes their wrist-mounted issue will help its wearer do stealthy things, since they'll have both hands free to move and manipulate, and a focused light to guide their way in the dark. The Stealth W.R.I.S.T. Light beam has an adjustable width, 3 modes of white light output intensity, and a 2.5-lumen red light.
Or should I begin with the acronym "W.R.I.S.T."? To my surprise, it actually does stand for something meaningful: Wired Remote Illuminating Spotlight Tool. (I wonder how long it took BEAMFIST to make that work.) It encompasses the other interesting and useful feature of the wrist light, a removable, finger-operated remote control switch BEAMFIST says is the first of its kind. Velcroed to your pointer finger, the switch keeps both hands free to work...or whatever...even while turning the flashlight on / off, and toggling between its output modes.
The BEAMFIST Stealth W.R.I.S.T. Light is rechargeable via USB-C cable or AC power adapter. It has an IP65 rating for dust and water resistance. Its max output is 300 lumens.
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