The Launch of the Touch 1K Adapter - What is next?

The Launch of the Touch 1K Adapter - What is next?

There was a lot of work behind getting this ready. The plan was to have it ready for black Friday but with family and Thanksgiving time didn’t permit to get it out on time. It is exciting to finally have it available where it is essentially gets the Touch 1K one step closer to our vision in having seamless transitioning of lights and other technologies (like mini electric vehicles/skateboards).  

I have two Touch 1K flashlights that I keep on me all the time, on me as in my backpack, and both now have the Adapter attached to them. This has been extremely helpful to me in that it does exactly what they were developed for, making it so that I don't have to hold the light to use it. It makes this flashlight the most useful light/s I have. 

The adapter is at its lowest price upon launch week (11/27/2017) but in a week or two from now, also in time for Christmas, we will have a battery replacement option for the Touch 1K. More details will come in our next blog post. The Touch 1K flashlight is currently sealed off to the battery for safety and warranty reasons but all that is about to change with this addition. 


Dec 29, 2017 • Posted by Thomas j Roles

i brought touch1 while ago i haven’t use it since i also need to buy a another paracord my friend dog chew it how much for another how long does touch1 last?

Dec 12, 2017 • Posted by Mr Dana Ence

I very much like the idea of having a spare (or two) batteries for this light. But…it would help to know where the pieces actually separate before trying to get it apart. Does it separate at the green/black junction, or is it higher up on the unit at the bottom or top of the fins?

I’d greatly appreciate whatever information you can provide regarding how to get it open. If I can get it apart, then I’d definitely buy an extra battery or two.

By the way, I love the light…it’s come in very handy a couple of times. I live in the mountains of SW Oregon, and we had some severe snowstorms that dropped 23" of snow in 10 days last winter, which knocked out the power for almost 3 days. (We usually only get 10"-12" for the entire winter.) I was able to light up my kitchen by hanging it on my ceiling fan so I could fix sandwiches for meals. Then I hung it from my table lamp to light up the area near my recliner so I could read a book during the dark hours, all while keeping my cellphone charged. It saved my sanity until I could get out and drive the 12-miles into town!!

Thanks for whatever assistance you can provide!!

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