Detachable FlashLight door handle makes absolutely no sense

LEDoor is a door handle and a flash light that can be detached. It does help you find your way in the middle of the night, but it leaves you and others following with no door knob. All you have to do when everything gets dark is reach for the door handle, pull it off and activate the illumination. The knob will then transform into an instant flashlight. The LEDoor also works as an emergency illuminator, providing a low intensity light in case everything goes black.

I’m not sure how easy the handle is attached back to the door and it’s also weird that people in the respective room are left with no way to open it, since there is no longer a door handle. So, if you also fear closed spaces, the LEDoor is not the best option for you. Do they expect everyone to walk around with a LEDoor handle in their pocket? Why not just keep a normal flashlight in your pocket?


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10 Comments

  1. Michael J Eve says:

    Would be really useful for hotel rooms even if it didn’t detach. However, some door handles are very stiff, and some people have limited hand strength which could make it impossible to open the door with the stub handle that is left.

  2. Michael J Eve says:

    Would be really useful for hotel rooms even if it didn’t detach. However, some door handles are very stiff, and some people have limited hand strength which could make it impossible to open the door with the stub handle that is left.

  3. There’s still enough handle left without the flashlight part, but also you would would probably want to leave the door open in an emergency situation.

  4. There’s still enough handle left without the flashlight part, but also you would would probably want to leave the door open in an emergency situation.

  5. I just want to point out…. that 99% of doors have a door KNOB… not a handle.   With the flashlight detached, you still have more to turn with than the common household front door.

  6. guest says:

    whoever wrote this is retarded, there’s more than enough room left on the handle to turn it easily.

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