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Ledlenser P7.2 Professional LED Torch (Black) - Gift Box, 9407 £23.99 @ Amazon (Back order - back in stock 03/02)

£23.99 @ Amazon
I think this is one of the best torch I own. It well build, compact and very bright for a torch. I haven't seen it to drop below £25 for a long time.
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I think this is one of the best torch I own. It well build, compact and very bright for a torch. I haven't seen it to drop below £25 for a long time.
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YouDontWantToKnow
rehydrated
ie. Made in China
Oh yeah. Most of the brightest cheap chinese models have a non UK standard battery so you will also need to buy a charger & they are dodgy in themselves with 2 pin not helping either.

What the hell is a non UK standard battery? I presume you're referring to 18650 or other standard high capacity cells? I've purchased loads of cheap Chinese brand torches over the last few years, every single one has worked with standard batteries available just about anywhere. 18650, 26650, AA, AAA, C, D, AAAA and more besides, of which I own a selection of chargers that are UK purchased and will charge any of those batteries and a whole load of other ones besides.

northwales
rehydrated
Just checked. 20 x 1 star reviews, some saying fake. Might be a good torch and good price, but in theory you could have 4 of the "fake" ones for the price of this, and for me personally not worth the risk from this seller. Which seems nuts because it is actually the seller who makes them! Go figure.
​what are you smoking. this seller?? This torch is sold directly by Amazon. As for 4 fakes for price of this, not even in your dreams, the fakes still fetch about £20.

It's not unheard of for suppliers to get dodgy stock and I've seen a few stories of 'sold by Amazon' ending up being fakes. OK not any significant volume but it does happen, there are always dodgy people who are more than happy to lower their standards at the expense of others. The plus side is Amazon are pretty committed to customer service so this happens so infrequently that it's not an issue worth worrying over but should always be on the mind of any consumer.

As to 4 fakes for the price of this torch, easily done.

http://www.gearbest.com/led-flashlights/pp_15293.html

One such example, of course it's not a fake Lenser torch as the permissions of HUKD would prevent me posting such a link but it's easy to find said fakes using a google search if you really must and at the aforementioned pricing.

I happen to own one of these and I use it on a regular basis as my daily workhorse torch at work. I have 3 torches I carry with me at work and this one gets by far and away the most use. Yes it's not got Lenser branding, but the quality is more than reasonable, the price is fantastic and while I'd love to spend a fortune on a super high end torch, the downsides of this one don't for me justify the expense of buying something that's only a small degree better and potentially might get lost while doing my job (and that would just annoy me spending a lot of money on a torch to have it end up lost).

I know I can order 3 more replacements and still have change compared to a more premium name brand like this deal. When I compare to the premium options used by co-workers against my cheap Chinese torch, this one is certainly on par in the most important performance metric of lighting ability.

Additionally, heat added as this is a great price for this torch, but anyone suggesting that a cheaper alternative is any less viable just happens to be another brand snob in my book. Not everyone wants to spend a fortune on torches, some people have jobs that put torches at risk of theft or loss, police officers, security guards, mechanics, electricians and so on all are jobs that torch use is a key part of but not everyone wants to risk having these things on their mind all day long because they worry about losing another torch that will set them back a chunk of cash every time.

Edited By: Astec123 on Jan 25, 2017 03:15
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YouDontWantToKnow
Astec123

What the hell is a non UK standard battery?
Why ask when you know the answer?

Because, one your comment makes no sense in the first place and I'm calling out your disingenuous comment if that's what you were suggesting that any of those standards is non UK standard. Yes they aren't UK standards, they are international ones that everyone uses and have been around for some time now because the world has agreed that these standards make life easier, much like the metric system, measurement of time and a whole host of other things.

18650 being around for years now as a standard. Most laptops use them, they've been a key part of the hobby world such as models for a long time too. When you've tried some torches that use them you'll quickly start questioning how you managed with AA, C, D or AAA powered torches.

Edited By: Astec123 on Jan 25, 2017 03:36

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2 Likes #1
How many do you own?!
1 Like #2
How does it compare to the 6 quid "copies" you get on ebay from the same place?
#3
ie. Made in China
#4
rehydrated
How does it compare to the 6 quid "copies" you get on ebay from the same place?

A lot better & its adjustable.

Excellent price... Very Hot

Might have to buy one for my partner as she keeps nicking my P7!!
#5
rehydrated
ie. Made in China

Oh yeah. Most of the brightest cheap chinese models have a non UK standard battery so you will also need to buy a charger & they are dodgy in themselves with 2 pin not helping either.
#6
Great price for this...worth every penny, also Lenser customer service is second to none, if it actually breaks that is.
1 Like #7
Just checked. 20 x 1 star reviews, some saying fake. Might be a good torch and good price, but in theory you could have 4 of the "fake" ones for the price of this, and for me personally not worth the risk from this seller. Which seems nuts because it is actually the seller who makes them! Go figure.

Edited By: rehydrated on Jan 25, 2017 01:47
3 Likes #8
rehydrated
Just checked. 20 x 1 star reviews, some saying fake. Might be a good torch and good price, but in theory you could have 4 of the "fake" ones for the price of this, and for me personally not worth the risk from this seller. Which seems nuts because it is actually the seller who makes them! Go figure.


​what are you smoking. this seller?? This torch is sold directly by Amazon. As for 4 fakes for price of this, not even in your dreams, the fakes still fetch about £20.
1 Like #9
rehydrated
Just checked. 20 x 1 star reviews, some saying fake. Might be a good torch and good price, but in theory you could have 4 of the "fake" ones for the price of this, and for me personally not worth the risk from this seller. Which seems nuts because it is actually the seller who makes them! Go figure.

Its funny that the only people to criticise Lenser products are those that have never owned one.

& at this price it is indeed a bargain.

Keep to your cheap Chinese... You do not know what you are missing. My cheap chinese are god knows where in the house & havent been used for 2 years plus. My Lenser P7 is on a kitchen shelf so I know where it is at all times & is used 4 months of the year easily for the last 5 to 6 years I have had it.

Edited By: YouDontWantToKnow on Jan 25, 2017 03:04: s
9 Likes #10
YouDontWantToKnow
rehydrated
ie. Made in China
Oh yeah. Most of the brightest cheap chinese models have a non UK standard battery so you will also need to buy a charger & they are dodgy in themselves with 2 pin not helping either.

What the hell is a non UK standard battery? I presume you're referring to 18650 or other standard high capacity cells? I've purchased loads of cheap Chinese brand torches over the last few years, every single one has worked with standard batteries available just about anywhere. 18650, 26650, AA, AAA, C, D, AAAA and more besides, of which I own a selection of chargers that are UK purchased and will charge any of those batteries and a whole load of other ones besides.

northwales
rehydrated
Just checked. 20 x 1 star reviews, some saying fake. Might be a good torch and good price, but in theory you could have 4 of the "fake" ones for the price of this, and for me personally not worth the risk from this seller. Which seems nuts because it is actually the seller who makes them! Go figure.
​what are you smoking. this seller?? This torch is sold directly by Amazon. As for 4 fakes for price of this, not even in your dreams, the fakes still fetch about £20.

It's not unheard of for suppliers to get dodgy stock and I've seen a few stories of 'sold by Amazon' ending up being fakes. OK not any significant volume but it does happen, there are always dodgy people who are more than happy to lower their standards at the expense of others. The plus side is Amazon are pretty committed to customer service so this happens so infrequently that it's not an issue worth worrying over but should always be on the mind of any consumer.

As to 4 fakes for the price of this torch, easily done.

http://www.gearbest.com/led-flashlights/pp_15293.html

One such example, of course it's not a fake Lenser torch as the permissions of HUKD would prevent me posting such a link but it's easy to find said fakes using a google search if you really must and at the aforementioned pricing.

I happen to own one of these and I use it on a regular basis as my daily workhorse torch at work. I have 3 torches I carry with me at work and this one gets by far and away the most use. Yes it's not got Lenser branding, but the quality is more than reasonable, the price is fantastic and while I'd love to spend a fortune on a super high end torch, the downsides of this one don't for me justify the expense of buying something that's only a small degree better and potentially might get lost while doing my job (and that would just annoy me spending a lot of money on a torch to have it end up lost).

I know I can order 3 more replacements and still have change compared to a more premium name brand like this deal. When I compare to the premium options used by co-workers against my cheap Chinese torch, this one is certainly on par in the most important performance metric of lighting ability.

Additionally, heat added as this is a great price for this torch, but anyone suggesting that a cheaper alternative is any less viable just happens to be another brand snob in my book. Not everyone wants to spend a fortune on torches, some people have jobs that put torches at risk of theft or loss, police officers, security guards, mechanics, electricians and so on all are jobs that torch use is a key part of but not everyone wants to risk having these things on their mind all day long because they worry about losing another torch that will set them back a chunk of cash every time.

Edited By: Astec123 on Jan 25, 2017 03:15
#11
Astec123

What the hell is a non UK standard battery?

Why ask when you know the answer?
5 Likes #12
YouDontWantToKnow
Astec123

What the hell is a non UK standard battery?
Why ask when you know the answer?

Because, one your comment makes no sense in the first place and I'm calling out your disingenuous comment if that's what you were suggesting that any of those standards is non UK standard. Yes they aren't UK standards, they are international ones that everyone uses and have been around for some time now because the world has agreed that these standards make life easier, much like the metric system, measurement of time and a whole host of other things.

18650 being around for years now as a standard. Most laptops use them, they've been a key part of the hobby world such as models for a long time too. When you've tried some torches that use them you'll quickly start questioning how you managed with AA, C, D or AAA powered torches.

Edited By: Astec123 on Jan 25, 2017 03:36
1 Like #13
AAA batteries ? no thanks I'll stick with AA's , much cheaper easily available worldwide and give you 3 times the runtime , no strobe ,beacon or s.o.s. makes this ice cold for me , I'll stick with my 1000 lumen nitecore ea45s , it was on hukd about 2 months ago
1 Like #14
tomminator
AAA batteries ? no thanks I'll stick with AA's , much cheaper easily available worldwide and give you 3 times the runtime , no strobe ,beacon or s.o.s. makes this ice cold for me , I'll stick with my 1000 lumen nitecore ea45s , it was on hukd about 2 months ago
Agreed torches with AAA batteries suck!
#15
I have the smaller 6.2 version, great torch. I use it every and at work and evenings walking the dog. Build quality is excellent. I have owned various cheap chinese torches and whilst very bright I find that with everyday constant use they soon fail.
At this price this torch is an absolute steal, it will last for years
#16
I had the P7 years ago then got this one just before Christmas. Absolutely love it and its a god send when I'm walking the dog in the mornings and evenings.
#17
Does have it the brightness of a million candles?
#18
These are decent torches. High price, yes, but the difference between these and the cheap Chinese imports (yes, I know these are Chinese, but the build quality is controlled) is enormous. I know that because I used to buy the cheapos, but gave up when I discovered how much better these are.

The cheapos fail pretty quickly - usually it's the switch mechanism that packs up - and they always feel cheap. These don't. It's like the difference between a bog standard toaster and a Dualit. Unless you've tried both, you'll never understand.
#19
Got this for Christmas, it's fabulous. Good buy
4 Likes #20
With regards to these being fakes, it's very easy to check, just email LED Lenser the serial number on the side of the torch and they usually come back to you within a day. If it's fake, send it back. I bought a fake off ebay years ago and that's how I found out.
#21
Nice!!!
#22
I have owned a p7 for a good few years now, I'd this one much better?
#23
Shame it doesn't flash, would be good for the bike then.
#24
This is the best EDC torch available in my opinion... ThruNite TC12 Micro-USB Interface Rechargeable Tactical LED Flashlight(battery included) (TC12 V2 NW) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01M3TSBB6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_R-gIybBFGAJJG
1 Like #25
tomminator
no strobe ,beacon or s.o.s. makes this ice cold for me
Unless you're using it on a bike, why on earth would you want any of those? Stupid gimmick modes like those always put me off buying a torch which has them, unless they can be programmed out.

Personally I'd recommend the Fenix range over LED Lenser, but each to his own.
#26
Thanks for sharing. Voted hot and ordered one :-)
#27
Is there any other good quality torch that's more powerful than this for the same price or less
#28
Worth every penny. I have some cheap torches also, which to be fair are good for the price but this torch is another level. The build quality is amazing, absolute top quality.
1 Like #29
Astec123
YouDontWantToKnow
Astec123

What the hell is a non UK standard battery?
Why ask when you know the answer?
Because, one your comment makes no sense in the first place and I'm calling out your disingenuous comment if that's what you were suggesting that any of those standards is non UK standard. Yes they aren't UK standards, they are international ones that everyone uses and have been around for some time now because the world has agreed that these standards make life easier, much like the metric system, measurement of time and a whole host of other things.
18650 being around for years now as a standard. Most laptops use them, they've been a key part of the hobby world such as models for a long time too. When you've tried some torches that use them you'll quickly start questioning how you managed with AA, C, D or AAA powered torches.

That's until you're camping or travel and AAAs are available everywhere.
4 Likes #30
For what it's worth, I have a number of cheap torches from Gearbest/Bangood and for the money they are excellent. Very bright and well made, not had one fail yet. However, A friend of mine had one of these (originals) and it was hands down better, the question is, is it price difference better, not in my opinion, then again I only use them occasionally and can't justify getting the more expensive one.

If you just want a very bright torch, get a cheapy, if you need a very bright torch, get one of these.
1 Like #31
tomminator
AAA batteries ? no thanks I'll stick with AA's , much cheaper easily available worldwide and give you 3 times the runtime , no strobe ,beacon or s.o.s. makes this ice cold for me , I'll stick with my 1000 lumen nitecore ea45s , it was on hukd about 2 months ago


"Oh no, I got lost walking my dog around the house, luckily my torch has S.O.S. function so I can call for help!"

Said nobody, ever.
#32
I have a P14 that I love and is working after many years, but i want this just because I love the brand!! Please stop me buying more tourches!!
#33
Been waiting for the led lenser tactical torch to go on offer as this one is a bit big for my purposes but couldn't resist at this price
#34
Great torch for size.
#35
Anyone know of any small and cheap torches that have micro usb charging?

I have an Ultrafire at the moment, but having to take the battery out and use a battery charger is annoying.....wanna just be able to use my phone charger.
#36
managed to get it for £18.99 using prime now
#37
i own the model before this and yes its made well and should last for ages. if you need a torch to rely on this would be the one
#38
I don't need a 4th lenser but they are so good, i am tempted. All are still going strong despite being dropped, abused, lost and found, left outside and generally mistreated in every way. Fantastic quality torches backed up by great customer service.
#39
dealfinder123321
managed to get it for £18.99 using prime now


How?
#40
dodge its better to have it and not need it as opposed to needing it and not having it . strobes induce temporary blindness (assailants,muggers) beacon is good for car breakdown's , I'm assuming you'd know what SOS is used for ?

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