So technically this is not a review because I don't have my hands on one yet. But I think a number of people will be interested in replacing a standard flashlight with this Fogo device. Fogo was on Kickstarter recently and I ordered two. I do not have a relationship with the 3 creators of the Fogo -- other than I have previously ordered a device from one of the creators (Tyler Gilbert) and have been very happy with the product. By using the pre-order link fogostore.refr.cc/H2TV83B you can get 10% off your order. From their website: The Fogo is an outdoor gadget featuring a flashlight, GPS, bluetooth, walkie-talkie, and USB backup battery. [Note that some of these are "options" but if you get the "Fully loaded" version you get all this.] Description here is for the Fogo "Fully loaded". This is available for pre-order. Item ships January 2016. You can get a full refund anytime before your order ships. What's in the box? Fogo with GPS, Radio, and Bluetooth Digital Walkie-Talkie SmartCap Waterproof up to 2 m (IPX8) Flashlight (1000 lumens on high; high gives 315m throw) Standard aluminum cap Lanyard Texting within 4 miles (rural area) or up to 16 miles (peak to peak) Belt Clip GPS accuracy to 2.5m Go Pro Mount Adapter 2x18650 Li-Ion Batteries USB A to micro B cable for charing batteries internally USB OTG micro B to A adapter for charging other devices So, one of the main reasons that I ordered 2 is for the communication options. With the GPS and the radio, it is very simple to get your current coordinates and send to someone else with a Fogo. The radio allows for "texting" to another Fogo as well as "walkie-talkie" style voice communications. The Fogo team is also developing other Apps for the Fogo, so there will potentially be a lot more that this device will be able to do when it is released. The 10% discount here (fogostore.refr.cc/H2TV83B ) will be good until August 27. Engadget did a review of it in January but I was not allowed to post the link. If you lookup "fogo engadget review" you will easily find it.