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Kodak 9 LED Weatherproof Torch + Batteries £1.00 @ Poundland

£1.00 @ PoundLand
Seems a pretty good price for an item that'll always come in useful. 3 year guarantee, 46 lumen brightness, 25m distance and IP62 rated for 'weatherproofness' Found in the Eastleigh store but p… Read More
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banned10m, 5d agoFound 10 months, 5 days ago
Seems a pretty good price for an item that'll always come in useful.

3 year guarantee, 46 lumen brightness, 25m distance and IP62 rated for 'weatherproofness'

Found in the Eastleigh store but presume nationwide.
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banned10m, 5d agoFound 10 months, 5 days ago
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1 Like #1
Bargain (_;)
1 Like #2
great find
#3
Cheapest kind of torch with cheapest kind of batteries. May still be good value for £1 (as an emergency standby perhaps) but don't rely on it for much more.
#4
Would have been better as a smaller 1 AA torch and a single alkaline AA battery included. It seems you only have to blink for a zinc battery to run out of charge.
#5
A 25 watt old fashioned (incandescent) light bulb is roughly equivalent to about 250 lumens. So don't expect much light from only 46 lumens. As for a 25m reach I suspect that would only work in a lab with specialised equipment unless you can throw it that far.
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jdbigguy
A 25 watt old fashioned (incandescent) light bulb is roughly equivalent to about 250 lumens. So don't expect much light from only 46 lumens. As for a 25m reach I suspect that would only work in a lab with specialised equipment unless you can throw it that far.

Lumens to watts table
Lumens Incandescent
light bulb
watts Fluorecent
/ LED
watts
375 lm 25 W 6.23 W
600 lm 40 W 10 W
900 lm 60 W 15 W
1125 lm 75 W 18.75 W
1500 lm 100 W 25 W
2250 lm 150 W 37.5 W
3000 lm 200 W 50 W

FROM http://www.rapidtables.com/calc/light/how-lumen-to-watt.htm


Edited By: I_SHOULD_COCO on Aug 18, 2016 00:14
#7
wow an item for £1 at poundland, who would have guessed.
1 Like #8
northwales
wow an item for £1 at poundland, who would have guessed.


It's not the price it's the item for the price
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I_SHOULD_COCO
jdbigguy
A 25 watt old fashioned (incandescent) light bulb is roughly equivalent to about 250 lumens. So don't expect much light from only 46 lumens. As for a 25m reach I suspect that would only work in a lab with specialised equipment unless you can throw it that far.
Lumens to watts table
Lumens Incandescent
light bulb
watts Fluorecent
/ LED
watts
375 lm 25 W 6.23 W
600 lm 40 W 10 W
900 lm 60 W 15 W
1125 lm 75 W 18.75 W
1500 lm 100 W 25 W
2250 lm 150 W 37.5 W
3000 lm 200 W 50 W
FROM http://www.rapidtables.com/calc/light/how-lumen-to-watt.htm
Rapidtables table quoted claims Fluorecent / LED produce an identical amount of lumens. Another table on the same page at rapidtables show there are notable differences
Significant difference according to Cnet
http://www.cnet.com/uk/how-to/watts-vs-lumens-how-to-choose-the-right-led-light-bulb/
450lm 40w 6-9w
800lm 60w 8-12w
1100lm 75w 9-13w
1600lm 100w 16-20w
2600lm 150w 25-28w

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