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In Cowley (Oxford) and probably elsewhereTKMaxx they have maglites in all sizes, including a 2D for £12.99, a small one for £7.99 and a big multipack with a large 4D? and a small one for £16.99. They also had the LED versions at low prices.
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#1
cool will nip up to john allen centre later :)
#2
I'll be at Cowley next week. The LED torches are so much better then standard ones. The battery drainage is far lower and the bulbs basically last for ever.

I recently got a good deal on a double pack of LED Lenser torches from Costco which I think were about £19 for the two. One's as big as this one and the other's a bit smaller. They're really good quality.
#3
How much was the LED one cos it looks like the £12.99 you quoted was just the normal bulb type.
Thanks.
#4
ledshoppe.com has very good deals on LED torches.. free delivery also.. just a week or two wait for them to be delivered
#5
they had about 6 maglites in the Clapham Junction branch of TKMaxx the other day, all cheap and about 6" long
banned#6
Our local poundshop has wind-up LED torches for a quid. Really bright, and no batteries to go off. Ideal as an emergency torch.
#7
sku 10727
dealextreme.com

Superb, for $20.87 delivered.

If you buy an extra extension tube, sku 4438, they may send you a complete torch by mistake like they did to me (twice).
#8
Voted Hot!

The 3w AA torch is £16.99 and the 3w 2D torch is £24.99. Compare that to high street prices like Blacks where I think the AA retails for £40ish and the 2D is £54.99.

I bought 2 x AAs from TK Maxx in Charlton, SE London. The stock there was about 4 or 5 2D's in blue and a couple of AA's left.
#9
stapsell
sku 10727
dealextreme.com

Superb, for $20.87 delivered.

If you buy an extra extension tube, sku 4438, they may send you a complete torch by mistake like they did to me (twice).


I got sku.14909 - this thing kicks butt! Two AA batteries - and it is bright enough to blind you. Very solidly built too.
#10
you can retrofit maglights with the Nite-Ize LED kits - if you dont want to change your existing maglite
banned#11
mrbill
Two AA batteries - and it is bright enough to blind you.


Sounds good for a drunk party game.
#12
Good deal, but I have to agree with the posters who've recommended DealExtreme lights, you can get even better value there.
#13
It looks a good deal - although I saw the 6Ds in Andorra for 20 euros, so as the LED ones comes in - the larger capacity torches are not needed to power the brighter LEDs that drain batteries far slower.

Anyone buying a Cree powered torch like the ones featured on DX - these are Q5 emitters which should offer 180-230 lumens. They were the most powerful until about the start of the year - when the R2 emitters beat them. They should offer 200 - 275 lumens, with less heat and the same battery drain due to greater efficiency.

R2 torches are available on DX too - and you are likely to get the high end of the output range if they can run on a 18650 battery (which is rechargeable but get a 'protected' one and a charger from DX too).
#14
The SSC P7 LED is rated between 700 and 900 lumens, with "d-bin" emitters becoming available soon that might break the 1000 lumen mark.

DX sells P7 lights from about $40 upwards, but be warned the cheap lights might not last because they don't have good enough heat-sinking to cool the LED.

Here's a useful link to show what this chip is capable of

http://flashlightnews.net/forum/index.php?topic=971.0
#15
ibiza;2932503
It looks a good deal - although I saw the 6Ds in Andorra for 20 euros, so as the LED ones comes in - the larger capacity torches are not needed to power the brighter LEDs that drain batteries far slower.

Anyone buying a Cree powered torch like the ones featured on DX - these are Q5 emitters which should offer 180-230 lumens. They were the most powerful until about the start of the year - when the R2 emitters beat them. They should offer 200 - 275 lumens, with less heat and the same battery drain due to greater efficiency.

I've got a couple of Fenix Q5 torches as well as a mini-maglite. The Q5s are about ten times more powerful than the Maglite and just as solid. If you are after a cheap torch then you'd be better off visiting DealXtreme or if you want something a bit more solid and spendy, buy a Fenix or something similar.
If you do go for one of these, LED is the way forwards.
#16
Funnily i ordered a P3D about three months ago - but nothing happened - the money never left the card either.

However Fenix have introduced the TK11 which is basically a TK10 that will also take a 18650.

So I looked at the failed order as luck - as soon they should replace the Q5s with R2s and make a 18650 version of the P3D for about £45 - and hopefully make it so it cannot roll this time.

Swapping to cheapos - Tesco 2 x AA LED and 2 X C LED metal torches both use crees rated at 3W, but their 2 x D LED is an unheard of LED but is rated at 4W and seems massively brighter.

Prices are £10, £15 and £20 instore - and the dont do the AA online but the other two are £12, and £18. Two D cells should let the thing run for ages.

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