ThruNite® TN4A - 1050 / 1150 lumens - takes AA's and is a very bright TORCH £33.56 @ Amazon (lightning deal) - HotUKDeals
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ThruNite® TN4A - 1050 / 1150 lumens - takes AA's and is a very bright TORCH £33.56 @ Amazon (lightning deal)

£33.56 @ Amazon
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#1
not that bright for the money
#2
nitro228
not that bright for the money
1050 / 1150 lumens.
What would you recommend for a quality brand torch and not just something cheap & poor quality from xbay?.
#3
Olight torches. They are expensive but very good and bright.
#4
Surefire are good i have a kroma i bought years ago. Only 150 lumens but very bright and well made
#5
Thrunite are a very good brand as I understand it. I have purchased as it makes a great bike light / general bright torch. Taking AA's is a big plus I have found.
#6
ledlenser
#7
I bought this torch for someone a year ago and was thoroughly impressed. (comparing it to Fenix and other random ones I've used). Really nice quality, nice fit in the hand and PLENTY bright for normal use - dog walking, mountain rescue, blinding stalkers etc. Intuitive mode selection and nice hidden 'moon mode'. If you've got access to loads of 'free' AA's and thinking about a new torch - just buy it!
#8
kayjay75
ledlenser
are pretty under powered compared to this; I have a p14 & p7.2 pro - they do have the focusing ability though..
#9
oh - and I seem to remember something about a lifetime warranty too?..
#11

cheap and good no doubt - but you'd have to buy decent 18650s and a reliable charger to go with it. As someone with a Skyray King - I prefered the Thrunite. Just trying to justify buying one for myself this time...
#12
Very good value & powerful but based in China with little or no ability to get faults fixed...
#13
Couldn't resist...
#14
afroylnt
Very good value & powerful but based in China with little or no ability to get faults fixed...

Interesting...


Business Name: THRUNITE CO.,LIMITED
Business Type: THRUNITE.CO.LIMITED
Trade Register Number: 1356693
Phone number: 0086-75526809357-807
Customer Services Address:
Wilhelm-Melchert-Str. 1
Essen
45239
DE
Business Address:
UNIT 04,7/F,BRIGHT WAY TOWER,
NO.33 **** KOK ROAD
KOWLOON
HK
#15
Great torch, had mine over a year and it's superb. Won't be going back to Ledlenser.

Edited By: stealth00 on Dec 07, 2016 19:00
#16
afroylnt
nitro228
not that bright for the money
1050 / 1150 lumens.
What would you recommend for a quality brand torch and not just something cheap & poor quality from xbay?.

I have a Supfire M6. Needs 18650 x 4 and charger but really well built and at the time of research was seen as a quality piece of kit at a good price. Bought from Mountain Electronics (?) in the States that do an internal mod, to make sure I got a legit one and not a copy. Didn't go for the mod though.


Edited By: Meathotukdeals on Dec 07, 2016 20:15: missed a 5
#17
Inquisitor
afroylnt
Very good value & powerful but based in China with little or no ability to get faults fixed...
Interesting...
Business Name: THRUNITE CO.,LIMITED
Business Type: THRUNITE.CO.LIMITED
Trade Register Number: 1356693
Phone number: 0086-75526809357-807
Customer Services Address:
Wilhelm-Melchert-Str. 1
Essen
45239
DE
Business Address:
UNIT 04,7/F,BRIGHT WAY TOWER,
NO.33 **** KOK ROAD
KOWLOON
HK

I thought they had a UK / EU distributor (can't find these details so far) but at least its purchased through Amazon.
#18
I got this for £13 last year its 1000 lumens brightest torch i have owned so far.
#19
Bought one, bargain for £33. I've got the TN12 also with single 18650 battery and charger but this TN4A will be a great dog walking, general all purpose torch as have access to free AA batteries ;) Check reviews on YouTube and candle power forums, its rated pretty highly. There's one selling on eBay now with bids for £36.50 so worth every penny I reckon :P
#20
afroylnt
Inquisitor
afroylnt
Very good value & powerful but based in China with little or no ability to get faults fixed...
Interesting...
Business Name: THRUNITE CO.,LIMITED
Business Type: THRUNITE.CO.LIMITED
Trade Register Number: 1356693
Phone number: 0086-75526809357-807
Customer Services Address:
Wilhelm-Melchert-Str. 1
Essen
45239
DE
Business Address:
UNIT 04,7/F,BRIGHT WAY TOWER,
NO.33 **** KOK ROAD
KOWLOON
HK
I thought they had a UK / EU distributor (can't find these details so far) but at least its purchased through Amazon.

As with most made in China/business in China products... Seems like China businesses are taking over Amazon.
#21
I went for the HI NW 1050lm version, hopefully I'll be pleased with my choice!! Not a fan of cool white colour and the HI one has a tighter beam with longer throw (_;)
#22
redheap
I got this for £13 last year its 1000 lumens brightest torch i have owned so far.
new or 2nd hand? that's an amazing price....
#23
The xbay auction has finished @ a total price of nearly £46 so nearly £4 above the new price from Amazon!. Don't undestand why people don't google things on ebay before they set a max bid price...
#24
afroylnt
Thrunite are a very good brand as I understand it. I have purchased as it makes a great bike light / general bright torch. Taking AA's is a big plus I have found.

How have you found it works as a bike light?
Can you recommend a mount?
Is the lack of zoom a problem?
And is the spread good enough?
Does it have useful brightness settings?

I've tried to search regarding using a torch as a bike light, and it's hard to get current advice on torches that are suitable.
For example a focused beam wouldn't be much good.
I did hear good things about the Klarus XT11GT
I've just ordered this which will hopefully work well:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/aksor-k25-led-flashlight-ip65-18650-battery-21-99-with-code-sold-aksordirect-fulfilled-2559740

I have seen comments that zooms aren't good. And most good brands like Klarus, Olight etc. don't provide a zoom it seems.
But I was thinking it'd give more scope for getting the right spread.
#25
Shinoke
afroylnt
Thrunite are a very good brand as I understand it. I have purchased as it makes a great bike light / general bright torch. Taking AA's is a big plus I have found.
How have you found it works as a bike light?
Can you recommend a mount?
Is the lack of zoom a problem?
And is the spread good enough?
Does it have useful brightness settings?
I've tried to search regarding using a torch as a bike light, and it's hard to get current advice on torches that are suitable.
For example a focused beam wouldn't be much good.
I did hear good things about the Klarus XT11GT
I've just ordered this which will hopefully work well:http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/aksor-k25-led-flashlight-ip65-18650-battery-21-99-with-code-sold-aksordirect-fulfilled-2559740
I have seen comments that zooms aren't good. And most good brands like Klarus, Olight etc. don't provide a zoom it seems.
But I was thinking it'd give more scope for getting the right spread.
I use this one and cut away the sides a bit (it can take a nitecore ea4);
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/311135392991?_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

I have a nitecore ea4 which is very similar and it works well as abiek torch; it has a wide enough spread and has good throw combined different light levels.

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