Trioh by Greg Hinzmann
Flashlights are originally used for basic utility and have always been overlooked when it comes to design and aesthetics. When it comes to function, of course, usability always has to come first before any accessory. However, product designer Greg Hinzmann took attention to this utility’s details and has come up with an elegantly beautiful design that will not only focus on its function, but also on its appearance. The Trioh! is pronounced as the world’s most beautiful flashlight, and with no doubt it is, for its lux appearance could actually have anyone mistake it for something else than a basic lamp.
The concept for Trioh was drafted from the notion that flashlights should be more attractive; these items could be placed out in the open rather than kept in a box—be accessible during the time of need. This unique gadget is consisted of a flashlight and a charging base, made to be displayed anywhere at home. Users need not to be ashamed of this utility, for its entirety is well-designed, fit for any table as a décor.
When not in use as a utility, the Trioh can become an accent light upon a desk. It can also work as an emergency light once the power goes off, and ultimately, serving its purpose as a flashlight when taken upon its handle. The lens provides a soft glow, a perfect replacement for candlelight. Its responsive sensors turn the device on when there is a brownout. View Trioh at http://www.greghinzmann.com/41124/599972/work/trioh-the-worlds-most-beautiful-flashlight.