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Draper 40407 3 LED Wind Up Head Lamp - Now just £5.50 delivered @ Amazon! (was £21.80)

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Adjustable head positioning straps with foam pad to prevent chafing to the forehead. Suitable for hands-free work in dark areas. Separate power unit, which by winding for one minute, gives approx. 20 …
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[mod] 7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago
Adjustable head positioning straps with foam pad to prevent chafing to the forehead. Suitable for hands-free work in dark areas. Separate power unit, which by winding for one minute, gives approx. 20 minutes of bright light between windings. Display carton.

* Adjustable head positioning straps with foam pad to prevent chafing to the forehead
* Suitable for hands-free work in dark areas
* Separate power unit, which by winding for one minute, gives approx. 20 minutes of bright light
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#1
Looks good, going camping in a few weeks so could be useful!
#2
Is this any good or is it just a wind up!!??!
#3
Thanks, looks good, ordered one with free delivery :thumbsup:
#4
hmmmmmmmm..why would i need this?? no idea but ordered anyway..hope i find a use for it :thumbsup:
#5
Ideal for finding somewhere to pee at a festival...
#6
Guys, go down to Wilko, you can get one for £3 and it it lasts for 50,000 hours (according to the pack) on 3 AAA batteries (not included)
Can't find the link, but i have used it for 2 festivals now and it does the trick
#7
this should be ok, draper arent too bad. Ordered one as I work in server rooms where lighting is a problem. Good spot millarcat :P thanks
#8
Nad_84
Guys, go down to Wilko, you can get one for £3 and it it lasts for 50,000 hours (according to the pack) on 3 AAA batteries (not included)
Can't find the link, but i have used it for 2 festivals now and it does the trick
50,000 sounds like the life of the LED instead of the battery life. Not sure if that's what you meant.
#9
No i meant what i said... to be fair, i have not had a chance to test it out... if it lasts the summers festivals, i will be happy
#10
Nad_84
No i meant what i said... to be fair, i have not had a chance to test it out... if it lasts the summers festivals, i will be happy
I ask because it's just not possible to get noticeable light for 50,000 hours off 3 AAAs.
#11
Ordered some for camping, now just need some windup cycle lights if anyone knows of some good ones!
#12
Sold out!
#13
now £10.75 ?!!
#14
It's still available at £6 delivered. Don't be fooled by the first company you are shown when following the link. Scroll down and click on 'new available from £6' and buy direct from Amazon with free delivery. Just ordered one. Thanks for the heads up:thumbsup:
#16
awesome! I live somewhere with no streetlights, so this will come in VERY handy on the treacherous walk back from the pub!
#17
mynameiscal
awesome! I live somewhere with no streetlights, so this will come in VERY handy on the treacherous walk back from the pub!


The best light in the world isn't going to help if your eyes are not working.:-D

PS Cheers op,ordered one
#18
thanks for this.
managed to get one, looks ideal for camping holidays.
cheers op.
#19
Baccus
It's still available at £6 delivered. Don't be fooled by the first company you are shown when following the link. Scroll down and click on 'new available from £6' and buy direct from Amazon with free delivery. Just ordered one. Thanks for the heads up:thumbsup:


Just did that myself - thanks for the info.

I thought I had left it too late when I saw £7.95 plus £2.99 p&p.

May never use it but always handy for the 'man drawer' in case I have to go somewhere dark.:thumbsup:
#20
I really don't need one of these but .... Cool . Besides I am Miner Willy so I should order one !
#21
Unexpired as it's available to order at £6 again
#22
got mine the other day can`t help but walk round the house all night wearing it :w00t:
use it for going in our loft works very well ,
#23
just ordered at £6, was upto £10 something few days ago
#24
Now £5.50 delivered

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