G-Torch: A 3D Printable Flashlight Holder for Google Glass

GlassLight, the voice-controlled flashlight for Google Glass, is pretty cool, but there are other options out there when it comes to flashlights for Google Glass. If you have access to a 3D printer and have $14 to spare, then you can equip your Google Glass with a full-blown flashlight.

G-torch

The creator of the Google Glass Base and the Google Glass Traveler Base, Ryan Matthews, has also created a 3D printable flashlight holder that slides onto Google Glass. The 3D printed flashlight holder works with the Coast G5 Keychain LED Flashlight, which costs about $14 (cost includes shipping). The flashlight holder is named “G-Torch” and is a very affordable way to add a flashlight to Google Glass.

The GlassLight is currently out of stock, so this is a great way to get a flashlight for Google Glass and to save a few bucks. You can find the 3D model file for G-torch on the instructables page that Ryan Matthews created. On the instructables page, you can also find out more information about the little accessory and you can contact Matthews if you have any questions.

What do you think about the G-torch? Are you going to 3D print yourself one? Let us know in the comments section down below!