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LED Lenser P7.2 and LED Lenser P3 Gift Set £33.96 Free Delivery @ Maplin

£33.96 @ Maplin
You get 2 torches in the set for £33.96. If you buy individually from Amazon the cost for just the P7.2 is £38.99 and the P3 is around £13. So you are getting both for cheaper than it is to buy one. … Read More
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You get 2 torches in the set for £33.96. If you buy individually from Amazon the cost for just the P7.2 is £38.99 and the P3 is around £13. So you are getting both for cheaper than it is to buy one.

5% NUS discount if you buy in store.

These torches are both great build quality and are really powerful.
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#1
That's a good deal. Heat from me.
#2
very good deal, even better at staff price £25

Edited By: northwales on Aug 22, 2016 18:58: price
#3
It is a good deal and heat added, but these prices fluctuate a lot, I paid £23.99 from Amazon last month for the p7.2. Having said that if this deal would have been around then, I would have got this set. Cracking torches, and good spot op
#4
Fair price for fantastic quality ... No eBay comments over £1.99 specials yet :3
1 Like #5
The 7.2 is amazingly good, I use one at work and takes normal AAA batteries unlike my old sure fire which ate CR123's at great expense.
#6
4% Quidco yo
#7
windta1ker
It is a good deal and heat added, but these prices fluctuate a lot, I paid £23.99 from Amazon last month for the p7.2. Having said that if this deal would have been around then, I would have got this set. Cracking torches, and good spot op

According to Camel - Camel it has never been that price.
#8
Not many stores have stock.
#10
May be ok, but personally, I would never buy another torch with AAA batteries. They never seem to last - the batteries that is.
#11
I have the P14.2 it takes AA and is a right tourch
#12
Very hard wearing flash light. But I must say in this day and age USB chargeable is the only way in my opinion.
#13
jasee
May be ok, but personally, I would never buy another torch with AAA batteries. They never seem to last - the batteries that is.


a lot of manufactures are going back to aa and aaa,
#14
jasee
May be ok, but personally, I would never buy another torch with AAA batteries. They never seem to last - the batteries that is.
but aaa and aa are cheap to buy so good for torches.
#15
How do these compare to cree
banned#16
oom
How do these compare to cree

they are cree

cree is the type of led not a torch
1 Like #17
oom
How do these compare to cree


It is a cree :/
#18
No home delivery. Currently in minehead, nearest stock is in wolverhampton. Will no doubt be expired by the time I wake up tomorrow.
#19
afroylnt
jasee
May be ok, but personally, I would never buy another torch with AAA batteries. They never seem to last - the batteries that is.
but aaa and aa are cheap to buy so good for torches.
Or use eneloop rechargables?
#20
bargain.....i bought the single on Amazon on lightning deal.....strapped it to my helmet for night rides on MTB. Highly recommended
#21
echobase
The 7.2 is amazingly good, I use one at work and takes normal AAA batteries unlike my old sure fire which ate CR123's at great expense.
Most of the better torches of this type have switched over to the likes of 16340 which is dimensionally the same as CR123 or RCR123s just a higher voltage and rechargeable(if it's an LED most of these torches have power regulator chips in them and most work fine with 3.7V batteries). I would never use disposables in these torches even if they do last longer just because if you actually use a torch and it's not something that sits in a drawer it's not economical. Plus rechargeable lithium ion of the same dimensions are pretty much performance wise as good or better than a lot of the disposable AA and AAA out there.

If you use it everyday I would go for a USB rechargeable, I've got an Olight and it was well worth the investment and it uses the 18650 which with 2600mAh is loads of juice to run it and at a tenner per battery it's not prohibitive to even carry a spare for those just in case moments(and way easier than juggling AA and AAAs since it's one battery). Plus the olight I have is cracking, the clip is great so it clips on to uniforms and other kit easily and it's got a powerful magnet in the bottom so if I'm working on my car I can stick it straight on to the underside of the hood.
#22
smckirdy
echobase
The 7.2 is amazingly good, I use one at work and takes normal AAA batteries unlike my old sure fire which ate CR123's at great expense.
Most of the better torches of this type have switched over to the likes of 16340 which is dimensionally the same as CR123 or RCR123s just a higher voltage and rechargeable(if it's an LED most of these torches have power regulator chips in them and most work fine with 3.7V batteries). I would never use disposables in these torches even if they do last longer just because if you actually use a torch and it's not something that sits in a drawer it's not economical. Plus rechargeable lithium ion of the same dimensions are pretty much performance wise as good or better than a lot of the disposable AA and AAA out there.
If you use it everyday I would go for a USB rechargeable, I've got an Olight and it was well worth the investment and it uses the 18650 which with 2600mAh is loads of juice to run it and at a tenner per battery it's not prohibitive to even carry a spare for those just in case moments(and way easier than juggling AA and AAAs since it's one battery). Plus the olight I have is cracking, the clip is great so it clips on to uniforms and other kit easily and it's got a powerful magnet in the bottom so if I'm working on my car I can stick it straight on to the underside of the hood.
What model is your O light?
#23
lewissymonds
smckirdy
echobase
The 7.2 is amazingly good, I use one at work and takes normal AAA batteries unlike my old sure fire which ate CR123's at great expense.
Most of the better torches of this type have switched over to the likes of 16340 which is dimensionally the same as CR123 or RCR123s just a higher voltage and rechargeable(if it's an LED most of these torches have power regulator chips in them and most work fine with 3.7V batteries). I would never use disposables in these torches even if they do last longer just because if you actually use a torch and it's not something that sits in a drawer it's not economical. Plus rechargeable lithium ion of the same dimensions are pretty much performance wise as good or better than a lot of the disposable AA and AAA out there.
If you use it everyday I would go for a USB rechargeable, I've got an Olight and it was well worth the investment and it uses the 18650 which with 2600mAh is loads of juice to run it and at a tenner per battery it's not prohibitive to even carry a spare for those just in case moments(and way easier than juggling AA and AAAs since it's one battery). Plus the olight I have is cracking, the clip is great so it clips on to uniforms and other kit easily and it's got a powerful magnet in the bottom so if I'm working on my car I can stick it straight on to the underside of the hood.
What model is your O light?
I got the S20R, it's nice just the right size for the hand or to clip on a helmet or epaulet while still being bright enough to light up everything from an engine to half a warehouse.
#24
northwales
jasee
May be ok, but personally, I would never buy another torch with AAA batteries. They never seem to last - the batteries that is.
a lot of manufactures are going back to aa and aaa,
It's aaa that never last, aa is ok. The P7.2 uses aaa


Edited By: jasee on Aug 23, 2016 02:11
#25
morrig
afroylnt
jasee
May be ok, but personally, I would never buy another torch with AAA batteries. They never seem to last - the batteries that is.
but aaa and aa are cheap to buy so good for torches.
Or use eneloop rechargables?
I pretty much always use rechargeables in torches eneloops are good but there are there others a little less good but cheaper...
#26
Costco does a twin pack of 720 Lumen 2 x C cell torches by "Feit Electric" for about £20/21

They have zoom, strobe, SOS & two brightness levels, are anodised aluminium & feel well put together.

Obviously its a bigger torch, but far more practical if you are looking to keep in a car or at home.
#27
ibiza
Costco does a twin pack of 720 Lumen 2 x C cell torches by "Feit Electric" for about £20/21
They have zoom, strobe, SOS & two brightness levels, are anodised aluminium & feel well put together.
Obviously its a bigger torch, but far more practical if you are looking to keep in a car or at home.
C cell are less practical than aa / aaa and more expensive so I wouldn't recommend.
#28
Got one of these brand torches on a previous deal. really nice build quality and great light output.
HOT!
#29
Back in stock for home delivery now

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