Powerful (CREE) LED Headlight / Headlamp - WITH ENERGIZER BATTERIES, £4.49 Delivered @ 7dayshop - HotUKDeals
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Uses 3 x AAA Energizer Alkaline Batteries which are also Included !
Supplied in Eco white box packaging.
Supplied with 3 blister wrapped Energizer AAA (LR03) Alkaline batteries and 1 Year Warranty with 90 day full money back if not 101% satisfied !!
An ULTRA powerful CREE LED headlight just the job for many uses. With Batteries Included too! Please Note: This headlight uses a MEGA bright (and more costly) CREE LED bulb and will no doubt be seen from many miles away. The central beam gives a useable/discernible spot up to at least 150 feet away and the secondary beam is around 5 foot wide at 4 feet away. The dual beam reflector makes this neat and lightweight unit really suitable for many uses including cycling, dog walking, fishing, camping etc.
Ultra comfortable, stretching and fully adjustable 3 way headstrap with soft (fine velvet?) material and forehead pad for extra user comfort and a safe fit.
Lots of uses including cycling, walking, in the garage and anywhere you need hands free lighting. A REALLY superb product at a great price, especially given that it includes the required Energizer Alkaline batteries too !!!
Water Resistant design with silver body with black strap
On/Off Clicker on top of unit.
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#1
http://e.7dayshop.com/20100903/index_21.jpg
1 Like #2
Very sexy
banned#3
Dalek fancy dress?
#4
Spot on, just what I needed to go into the loft with. Thanks!!
#5
Just what I need for a new build project thanks op.
#6
Great stuff with the Cree. Delivery should be nice and quick as well.

Anyone have any idea about bike mounting or maybe a case of just using the webbing wrapped around a few times?
#7
This should be ideal for the upcoming winter mtb'ing season :)
Thanks OP!
#8
This sadly has a great big fail

It may be cheap, but only takes 3 AAs.. Its the sign of cheap Chinese manufacturing and not being bothered to design a proper product :(

A sensible product uses even numbers of batteries, why? So you can recharge them, as most recharger's use pairs.... It will mean one battery will always get overcharged and go pop!

Avoid Avoid!

(I replaced all my bike lights with 6V Battery packs and 6v bulbs, but then I am a battery nerd :{ )
#9
A good product, cree uses a lot of power so will be interesting to see how long the batteries last.
#10
MrFerret
This sadly has a great big failIt may be cheap, but only takes 3 AAs.. Its the sign of cheap Chinese manufacturing and not being bothered to design a proper product :(A sensible product uses even numbers of batteries, why? So you can recharge them, as most recharger's use pairs.... It will mean one battery will always get overcharged and go pop!Avoid Avoid!(I replaced all my bike lights with 6V Battery packs and 6v bulbs, but then I am a battery nerd :{ )


What a load of tosh lol.
#11
devices
MrFerret
This sadly has a great big failIt may be cheap, but only takes 3 AAs.. Its the sign of cheap Chinese manufacturing and not being bothered to design a proper product :(A sensible product uses even numbers of batteries, why? So you can recharge them, as most recharger's use pairs.... It will mean one battery will always get overcharged and go pop!Avoid Avoid!(I replaced all my bike lights with 6V Battery packs and 6v bulbs, but then I am a battery nerd :{ )



What a load of tosh lol.


Actually it is a valid point. Having to recharge 3 batteries all the time is a pain in the ass, I use torches a lot at work and I find it frustrating.

More expensive Cree torches tend to use either 1 or 2 AA or AAA batteries and have a small circuit which ups the voltage to the required level for the LED.
#12
great for when the fuses trip
1 Like #13
Then why not get a semi decent charger that charges 1,2,3 or 4 cells (and not rely on pairs - most decent ones - temp sensing etc will charge single cells). Have 6 batteries (an even number!) in stock 1 set in the torch, the other charged ready to swap out. It's hardly a reason to avoid buying!
#14
It doesn't state how many Lumens it is...
#15
Thank you Mister OP, Just what i need. Just ordered 1. Heat Added
#16
Should be a good deal for £4.50. However, it's going to feel a bit front heavy with the batteries being behind the light. Most good head torches have the battery pack at the back. Including the better Chinese ones.
#17
Thanks ideal for camping and a few other jobs. £4.49, + 3 batteries and 90 day full money back if not 101% satisfied don't sound too bad to me. And I get a chance to use up all the AAA batteries I purhcased (thanks to HUKD) a wile back (_;)

Supplied with 3 blister wrapped Energizer AAA (LR03) Alkaline batteries and 1 Year Warranty with 90 day full money back if not 101% satisfied !!


Oh! must remember to get take vaseline with us too :D, as recommended by 7DS

........ Whilst the unit is well sealed against the elements it may be worth smearing a very small amount of Vaseline around the battery compartment lid (screw down type) to best protect it against water ingress. The rest of the body appears to be well sealed, but we cannot say its 100% waterproof. In other words it's fine to get it very wet (say in the rain) but please don’t go swimming with it on !
#18
The Tool Box one from Pound Shop is pretty good.
#19
Also spotted this from argos looks similiar for £9.99
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/3400841.htm with mixed comments.

Or even the wind up one £9.95
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/0184421.htm
#20
charlie brown
Also spotted this from argos looks similiar for £9.99http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/3400841.htm with mixed comments.Or even the wind up one £9.95 http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/0184421.htm

Both of them cost twice the price and the second one is just a wind up ;-)
#21
carleast
Should be a good deal for £4.50. However, it's going to feel a bit front heavy with the batteries being behind the light. Most good head torches have the battery pack at the back. Including the better Chinese ones.


I have a cheap one from leddshoppe. The batteries are behind the light and it's very comfortable in use. It doesn't feel noticeably front heavy at all. Thinking of getting one of these as a backup.
#22
Great for when taking your dog for a walk at night and scooping the dog poo into a Morrison carrier bag.
#23
MrFerret
This sadly has a great big failIt may be cheap, but only takes 3 AAs.. Its the sign of cheap Chinese manufacturing and not being bothered to design a proper product :(A sensible product uses even numbers of batteries, why? So you can recharge them, as most recharger's use pairs.... It will mean one battery will always get overcharged and go pop!Avoid Avoid!(I replaced all my bike lights with 6V Battery packs and 6v bulbs, but then I am a battery nerd :{ )

That's strange, both of my Petzl headlamps take 3xAA batteries and the last time I checked they were fantastic lamps and are well designed and made.
#24
Just the job for anyone who got one of them new Kindle things and didn't want to spring 50 quid for the cover with a light LOL
1 Like #25
MrFerret
... Its the sign of cheap Chinese manufacturing and not being bothered to design a proper product :(...


I'm Chinese, and I'm beginning to get annoyed at all the crap talk about Chinese products.

Where exactly are all the English made products that are priced so competitively?
#26
jon1000jon
charlie brown
Also spotted this from argos looks similiar for £9.99http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/3400841.htm with mixed comments.Or even the wind up one £9.95 http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/0184421.htm


Both of them cost twice the price and the second one is just a wind up ;-)

8) That's my point.

Op's price/offer better. Those that don't want to use AAA batteries, there's the wind up version but double the price.

You've also got 90 days to get your money back if you're not satisfied. (don't often recall Argos offering 90 days money back).

Thanks Op for posting ordered one.
#27
MrFerret
This sadly has a great big fail

It may be cheap, but only takes 3 AAs.. Its the sign of cheap Chinese manufacturing and not being bothered to design a proper product :(

A sensible product uses even numbers of batteries, why? So you can recharge them, as most recharger's use pairs.... It will mean one battery will always get overcharged and go pop!

Avoid Avoid!

(I replaced all my bike lights with 6V Battery packs and 6v bulbs, but then I am a battery nerd :{ )

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#28
MrFerret
This sadly has a great big fail
Avoid Avoid!


maybe right, but you didn't explain very well. the problem with many 3 cell lights is that they usually aren't regulated. so they start out overdriven (damages the leds) and then fade as they run down. i have a pile of useless 3aaa torches. now using much better 1/2AA ones... from China!
#29
Smiff
MrFerret
This sadly has a great big fail
Avoid Avoid!


maybe right, but you didn't explain very well. the problem with many 3 cell lights is that they usually aren't regulated. so they start out overdriven (damages the leds) and then fade as they run down. i have a pile of useless 3aaa torches. now using much better 1/2AA ones... from China!


That's correct, they need to be regulated for best performance.
#30
charlie brown
Also spotted this from argos looks similiar for £9.99http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/3400841.htm with mixed comments.Or even the wind up one £9.95 http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/0184421.htm
Totally diffrent type of light these are not cree led lights just cheap led light you can get these for as little as £3 ok for what they are but not a cree light voted hot
#31
perfect as part of the costume as a hedgehog for Halloween
#32
Petetobin
The Tool Box one from Pound Shop is pretty good.
I was just going to say the same,got one last month to do some work in the loft,indispensible and very comfortable to wear.
#33
MrFerret
This sadly has a great big failIt may be cheap, but only takes 3 AAs.. Its the sign of cheap Chinese manufacturing and not being bothered to design a proper product :(A sensible product uses even numbers of batteries, why? So you can recharge them, as most recharger's use pairs.... It will mean one battery will always get overcharged and go pop!Avoid Avoid!(I replaced all my bike lights with 6V Battery packs and 6v bulbs, but then I am a battery nerd :{ )


I don't believe it! People are actually moaning about things are a poor design because they have got 3 batteries?!? Maybe the other considerations such as the internal electronics, weight, size and cost etc obviously aren't important. What next?

Try buying a decent charger, go on splash out, spend the £12 needed to get a multi channel, diagnostic, battery refreshing, delta v, computer controlled, fast and trickle charge charger instead of the nasty battery cooker you have got.

Hey, I know, maybe I should write to ever ready because they supply batteries in 4's or they make nasty chargers.

I don't think anyone should buy it, energizer, with batteries, delivered and cree led, could possibly be deal of the century, ahh but it take 3 batteries.

Got to go now, I just off looking for a life.X)
#34
Great hands free,going to get one of these for reading Razzle under my duvet
#35
For my running in the winter months I bought a Petzl Tikka Plus 2 last year. About £20 ish quid but was well worth it for the brightness and how long the batteries last...

http://www.petzl.com/en/outdoor/tikka-zipka-series/tikka-plus

Nick
banned#36
These are way the best headlamps we've ever used incredibly bright light and very lightweight a lot of the mountain rescue teams use them.3 times the price of this one but 20 times the quality.

http://www.alpkit.com/images/product-gallery/gamma/gamma_family.jpg

http://www.alpkit.com/shop/cart.php?target=product&product_id=16345&category_id=253



Edited By: SHOWMAN36 on Sep 07, 2010 02:58: wet fart
#37
SHOWMAN36
These are way the best headlamps we've ever used incredibly bright light and very lightweight a lot of the mountain rescue teams use them.3 times the price of this one but 20 times the quality.http://www.alpkit.com/images/product-gallery/gamma/gamma_family.jpghttp://www.alpkit.com/shop/cart.php?target=product&product_id=16345&category_id=253
Would think the cree led whould be a lot brighter than the Luxeon LED(up to 51 lumens) also cree are more energy efficient.But would think these may not be as bright but better built and last longer
Just seen this headlamp seems good deal postage bit high still think great deal though
http://uk.shop.com/Coleman_4AA_Exponent_Headlamp-259879735-298926323-p+.xhtml?sourceid=309 sorry link not working but its Coleman 4AA Exponent Headlamp with cree led £6.99 reduced from £29.99 plus postage


Edited By: andy math on Sep 07, 2010 19:54: link
#38
Just received mine today and wow.....it's bloomin bright.

Tip of the day, don't switch it on when it's facing your face....now where's my stick gone.
#39
Got mine yesterday and well impressed. It's a lot brighter than I thought and not bad quality either. I'm going to get a couple more for when we go camping. Cheers Op!
#40
Mine arrived yesterday & i was disappointed that there was just one LED in there... til I turned it on.

Blinding offer :-)

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