7dayshop Bright White LED Headlight / Headtorch - With 4 Light Mode Settings - £3.49 delivered at 7Dayshop - HotUKDeals
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This LED Headlight is lightweight, and with the light at 39mm in diameter it is quite small too. It is powered by 3 AAA batteries (Not included) which makes it incredibly cheap to keep working and being as it is LED, it does produce a lot of light for very little power which means you will get hours of life from the batteries. It also has 4 light settings, you can have low, mid, high and even a flashing setting and the light is water resistant and shockproof. The lamp head can be swivelled within an angle of 90 degrees, and has adjustable, elasticated straps for that perfect fit onto your head. All these features make this headlight ideal for running, hiking, camping and many other outdoor sports and activities.

Specifications:
Weight: 119 g
Batteries: 3 x AAA (Not Included - Please see product links below)
Operation Life: Up to 100,000 hours
High Intensity 19 LED bulbs
4 Different Operation Modes: 3 LED Bulbs, 7 LED Bulbs, 19 LED Bulbs & 19 LED Bulbs Flashing
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#1
Bought one of these in poundland they sold out like hotcakes

Great thing to have in your Toolbox still good price ay 3.49
#2
Bought one from these a few months ago - wow are they bright...good buy for the money.
5 Likes #3
every time I put my one on, my wife thinks I've had an idea..

[img]www.barrypda.plus.com/idea.jpg[/img]



Edited By: bbbazman on Jan 08, 2011 18:45
#4
had them in poundland a few weeks ago!
but only has three modes ie: off, on and flashing.
well worth a quid though
#5
i had one too. bright but LEDs started failing within weeks. now only has approx half working.
you get what you pay for i guess
1 Like #6
the ones in poundland are 7 led bulbs i think, where as this one is a single high power led/bulb these are way more bright than the cheaper ones, the 7 day shop ones also came with 3 energiser batteries last time, these are not the same as the poundland ones, hope this may clear things up
#7
Do these work with rechargeables?
#8
Hot from me. Don't know this particular make but have a similar one at home and it's brilliant for all kind of DIY.
#9
i don't suppose anyone knows somewhere to get glasses with lights on the side, like orbital use? i wanted something for djing with so i can see what tracks are on cds. i think the headband one would drive me nuts and mess up my hair

i saw the one in poundland, but it looked like a waste of a pound. i think you had to buy batteries for it too, so i got a normal torch that included batteries instead
#10
messed up hair would still be cooler than these...

uncool
#11
i got one from poundland too great for photography in awkward lighting situations
1 Like #12
great for making a hot drink in the dark after watching paranormal activity and your lights have failed.
#13
you pays your money you takes your choice, or occasional use these are pretty good and for the money can't really go wrong but if you need regular use of a head torch then you really need to look at a petzel, I know a lot more money but as I said....
#14
waycash, - this isn’t the single Cree LED one that they do. According to the description up top, this is a 19 LED one. I have the single Cree LED one you refer to, and it is superb, for the price. Just the thing for avoiding dogshirt on the pathway on the way home in the dark.
#15
They may be bright but they're not very good as headtorches as the batteries are mounted on the front of your head. Too bulky and too heavy. Trust me I have one.
#16
uni
i don't suppose anyone knows somewhere to get glasses with lights on the side, like orbital use? i wanted something for djing with so i can see what tracks are on cds. i think the headband one would drive me nuts and mess up my hairi saw the one in poundland, but it looked like a waste of a pound. i think you had to buy batteries for it too, so i got a normal torch that included batteries instead

You mean like these?

http://www.sussex-model-centre.co.uk/shopexd.asp?id=21354
#17
Just to point out - the one that was on offer a few months ago for a similar price was a lot better in terms of brightness and range. This one uses multiple low intensity LEDs which may be good for close up work. The previous one had 1 x high quality, powerful LED emitter which is a lot more powerful and bright and is better for non-closeup work or illumination of larger areas and distances (like for using when cycling etc).
#18
these are good been using 1 for months, rechargeable batteries are fine with it to
#19
they smell of old tyres
#20
Only 19 LEDs?
Hah!
http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.4079
Actually, joking aside, this deal loks good.
Here's a nice CREE alternative:
http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.44277
#21
bbbazman
every time I put my one on, my wife thinks I've had an idea..

[img]www.barrypda.plus.com/idea.jpg[/img]

LoL :D

Edited By: johnnyshuttle on Jan 09, 2011 17:34
#22
Jonbhoy
uni
i don't suppose anyone knows somewhere to get glasses with lights on the side, like orbital use? i wanted something for djing with so i can see what tracks are on cds. i think the headband one would drive me nuts and mess up my hairi saw the one in poundland, but it looked like a waste of a pound. i think you had to buy batteries for it too, so i got a normal torch that included batteries instead


yeah, that kinda thing, thanks. shame they are yellow (why???). i suppose in the dark no-one would notice

You mean like these?


http://www.sussex-model-centre.co.uk/shopexd.asp?id=21354
#23
bought a couple last year and lasted less than a week - much better to get the alpkit ones though more expensive are there are worth it.
#24
i bought one of those,but there are similar in pounland for 1 pound
#25
uni
Jonbhoy
uni
i don't suppose anyone knows somewhere to get glasses with lights on the side, like orbital use? i wanted something for djing with so i can see what tracks are on cds. i think the headband one would drive me nuts and mess up my hairi saw the one in poundland, but it looked like a waste of a pound. i think you had to buy batteries for it too, so i got a normal torch that included batteries instead
yeah, that kinda thing, thanks. shame they are yellow (why???). i suppose in the dark no-one would noticeYou mean like these?http://www.sussex-model-centre.co.uk/shopexd.asp?id=21354

To be honest i have never seen the inspection head glasses like these in any other colour than yellow.Think its meant to be so if you put them down in the dark with torches off its the colour that has the best chance of showing up.Not much good if they are black and you put them down never to find them again in the dark (_;)
#26
These are going for a pound in Burtons, they are leftover gifts from Christmas which have been reduced from £6.
#27
Jonbhoy
uni
Jonbhoy
uni
i don't suppose anyone knows somewhere to get glasses with lights on the side, like orbital use? i wanted something for djing with so i can see what tracks are on cds. i think the headband one would drive me nuts and mess up my hairi saw the one in poundland, but it looked like a waste of a pound. i think you had to buy batteries for it too, so i got a normal torch that included batteries instead
yeah, that kinda thing, thanks. shame they are yellow (why???). i suppose in the dark no-one would noticeYou mean like these?http://www.sussex-model-centre.co.uk/shopexd.asp?id=21354


To be honest i have never seen the inspection head glasses like these in any other colour than yellow.Think its meant to be so if you put them down in the dark with torches off its the colour that has the best chance of showing up.Not much good if they are black and you put them down never to find them again in the dark (_;)


i saw some on amazon that were black, but with plastic lenses to stop bits of crap going in your eyes. i prefer ones without "lenses" as they tend to get scratched etc, unfortunately you can't pull the lenses out as your nose rests on them. the yellow were the best ones apart from the colour. maybe i could paint them black or something
#28
i saw some on amazon that were black, but with plastic lenses to stop bits of crap going in your eyes. i prefer ones without "lenses" as they tend to get scratched etc, unfortunately you can't pull the lenses out as your nose rests on them. the yellow were the best ones apart from the colour. maybe i could paint them black or something


I bought a pair of these yellow glasses style about ten years ago. Don't use them much now 'cos they're not LED. Don't know if the new ones are.
My criticisms would be:
Can't be worn with glasses.
Each arm takes 2 AA batteries which are held in place by a tiny bit of plastic used to jam them in. Contact is made on opening the arms up. So when the arms are folded closed the batteries could simply drop out without the little plastic wedge type thing.
Definitely not even water resistant.

This is a good deal though so voted hot, but I'm still looking for a quality waterproof one.
#29
Bought one of these previously, stuck some rechargables on and it and they pretty much last forever. I usually use mine if I am doing DIY or working on the car - works very well!

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