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Duracell Area Lantern £6.99 @ Home Bargains

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6y, 4m agoFound 6 years, 4 months ago
Just aquired one of these from Home Bargains, will be quite handy for camping expeditions etc..


Duracell Area Lantern

* Non slip rubber base
* Protective rubber top
* Push button switch
* Bright 360 degrees Area light
* Requires 4 x D (or KPR802) batteries
* Height 26cm (10”) approx
* Colour: Blue
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6y, 4m agoFound 6 years, 4 months ago
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p.s. here's a pic...

http://i58.photobucket.com/albums/g267/frang72/lantern.jpg
#2
C00L.... may pop in and have a looky..

cheers
#3
They do these in blue or bright yellow; all the boxes show images of the blue unit but a blue or yellow sticker on the lid denotes the colour. I just bought one of the yellow ones as they are much easier to find in complete darkness or in the event of power cut. I intend to use it for camping and outdoors. It has a durable finnish with rubberised weatherproof end-caps. Good construction but the light output is a little dissapointing with the supplied bulb so I have replaced it with a halogen unit but I am currently looking for a suitable LED replacement to give whiter light but less power consumption.
@ e1ectricjesus ; you say the lantern takes 4 x D (or KPR802) batteries; this is an error as the KPR802 refers to the type of bulb (a 4.8 volt 0.5 amp push in type) and not the batteries.
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@The_Necromancer How long is the battery life on the standard bulb?
The_Necromancer
They do these in blue or bright yellow; all the boxes show images of the blue unit but a blue or yellow sticker on the lid denotes the colour. I just bought one of the yellow ones as they are much easier to find in complete darkness or in the event of power cut. I intend to use it for camping and outdoors. It has a durable finnish with rubberised weatherproof end-caps. Good construction but the light output is a little dissapointing with the supplied bulb so I have replaced it with a halogen unit but I am currently looking for a suitable LED replacement to give whiter light but less power consumption.


Edited By: starsky51 on Mar 26, 2011 17:56

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