The Hive looks really like a tiny camera lens, but it’s actually a compact LED flashlight for hiking and long-distance travel. Like the design? Let’s keep going.
Daulet Alshynbayev, a designer from Kazakhstan came up with the tiny and versatile LED flashlight. At present, it’s still a design concept. As we can see from the images, the Hive shows off an ultra portable, sleek, cylindrical profile, and it features an integrated aperture ring-like dial that allows you to turn on/ off the LED light or switch between SOS and standard modes.
There’s an array of 3×3 LED lights on the bottom of the Hive, and using integrated clip on the top, the LED flashlight can be clipped on the strap of your backpack in order to light up your way back to campsite. Moreover, integrated screw thread allows it to work with any standard bottle, so it can turn a regular water bottle into a camping light. In addition, the LED flashlight is powered by 2 CR2032 batteries. Unfortunately, we have no idea when the design concept will become reality. If you want a few available options, you may like to check the PackLite Spectra solar light and more via following tags.