Flashlights would normally come out with the usual plastic shells and casings but as most, this serves as a problem when their useful life is used up. Joseph Guerra offers a neat idea, a cork-material backed torch which should be ideal for use when the situation calls for it.
It does shy away from the usual cylindrical shape and comes in a rectangular-shaped prism. The springy material is CNC-cut for a rational and efficient method of manufacturing.
As for the outer features, the cork flashlight would rely on a few fuel cells, a couple of wires and a conical gap for the installation of the lightbulb.