Why does a light have to be a metal tube? Corrosion of conducting surfaces, a series of troublesome thermal interfaces, and a pretty limited repertoire of materials are all disadvantages of the tube light. What if we solved all these and made a light in the package size of the modern smartphone? Charged off common micro USB, with familiar switch placement, and done in exotic woods, copper, aluminum, and brass this is a very unusual high performance reflector light.
Speaking of performance, we have four standard options. They optimize for high throw (>1 kilometer), high lumens (>2000lm), and high CRI (90cri), although we can accommodate other emitters as well. In particular we're pleased to offer the Nichia 319A, which offers an excellent performance compromise of tint, CRI, lumens, and throw with a unique hexagonal hot spot and clean wide (~150 degree) wash.
For more information on the EoS performance, emitters, and options, or to order one for yourself, check out the PRODUCT PAGE.