10W Cree torch £14.99 in store at Aldi from Sunday 13th December.
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10W Cree torch £14.99 in store at Aldi from Sunday 13th December.

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Found 10th Dec 2015
In store from Sunday 13th!

I recently bought a 5W Cree torch from Aldi (£9.99) and am very impressed with the build quality and light output. With twice the power I expect this one to be even better. I'd advise you get there early if you want one as these deals tend to sell out quickly.

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Check out amazon first. They have some good deals on cree torches.

Be interesting to see what the light output for this is - doesn't even say what batteries it uses, although they are included.
Need to go some to beat the £15.99 Feit 1000 lumens torch that's my dog walking torch.

You can never have too many big torches

Hmmm, it's the luminousity that I'm interested in, but they don't tell you what it is - 10w Cree is not a measure of how much light is output.

kevsoth

Check out amazon first. They have some good deals on cree torches.


Any in particular you recommend ?

Who's bright idea was it not to mention Lumen size... some dim wit

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kevsoth

Check out amazon first. They have some good deals on cree torches.


P&P charges these days

Anyone know how many and what size batteries this torch uses?

Infiltrator

Be interesting to see what the light output for this is - doesn't even … Be interesting to see what the light output for this is - doesn't even say what batteries it uses, although they are included.Need to go some to beat the £15.99 Feit 1000 lumens torch that's my dog walking torch.You can never have too many big torches



​wow are those ANSI lumens or a reading with the collector over the emitter?

I wish my torch would walk my dog, it's raining really hard!

99rb

​wow are those ANSI lumens or a reading with the collector over the e … ​wow are those ANSI lumens or a reading with the collector over the emitter?I wish my torch would walk my dog, it's raining really hard!



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I have the 5W torch and this one both from Aldi and this one is very bright and got a very good beam, for those interested it is 450 Lumens and takes 3 X C or LR14 batteries and at £14.99 is a very good buy as I paid £19.99 earlier in the year.

Do not need another tourch..... Do not need another tourch....... Do not need another tourch...... Do not need another tourch.

Dragon32

Do not need another tourch..... Do not need another tourch....... Do not … Do not need another tourch..... Do not need another tourch....... Do not need another tourch...... Do not need another tourch.


Cannot spell torch.....cannot spell torch.....cannot spell torch

cburns

Who's bright idea was it not to mention Lumen size... some dim wit



​To be honest, I'd rather they didn't tell you the number of lumens!
They are just so exaggerated. Most CREE LED torches claim thy they have, for example, 500 lumens. What they don't tell you is that this means that the maximum potential of the LED is 500 lumen and that the torch will never reach that level of light intensity due to different cells, light lost due to mirrors and a poor beam pattern and insufficient cooling.

They take three C cells (included) already bought one when they were £20, and impressed with it, so at a fiver less, I would highly recommend - everyone I have shown the torch to, and demo'd it, are astonished - I just came from Aldi now, and I should have asked for commission - some geezer was pondering - I said how good it was - purchased,
he was happy, even though an argument started with his missus, ("too many torches" etc - the usual thing) I left at that point...

If you want a powerful beam and adjustable, for this price - you'll have trouble beating it - even down the 'Amazon':p

....additional -
I also bought the smaller(5 watt) one with bracket for one of my bikes, same idea, only smaller, again excellent 'road beam' light rather than just a 'noticeable' lamp on yer bike.

ADzBargainHuntz

They take three C cells (included) already bought one when they were £20, … They take three C cells (included) already bought one when they were £20, and impressed with it, so at a fiver less, I would highly recommend - everyone I have shown the torch to, and demo'd it, are astonished - I just came from Aldi now, and I should have asked for commission - some geezer was pondering - I said how good it was - purchased, he was happy, even though an argument started with his missus, ("too many torches" etc - the usual thing) I left at that point...If you want a powerful beam and adjustable, for this price - you'll have trouble beating it - even down the 'Amazon':p


I agree and I have just purchased a Lenser 7.2 Pro and it isn't a patch on the £10 torch from Aldi considering the Lenser is over 3 times the price!

The original offer last year, looks like they re packaged it without the plastic diffuser, no biggie, mine falls off easy anyway.https://scontent-lhr3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xfa1/t31.0-8/12356657_1259068624118599_8534757208511358385_o.jpg

Impressive beam - this is shining down my Street[img]scontent-lhr3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hph…jpg?oh=93a642e81db8a98c09ade13232ff9726&oe=571A738E[/img]

I say hot, I am buying one for my mate who was working on my car a few days back with a rubbish torch, as mine was at home.

What batteries do these take? I've got a load of the Chinese type 18650 rechargeable batteries hopefully they take these?

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vxlomegav6

What batteries do these take? I've got a load of the Chinese type 18650 … What batteries do these take? I've got a load of the Chinese type 18650 rechargeable batteries hopefully they take these?


See post #14.

Extremely good quality and brilliant light output. Very satisfied. Don't miss this for £14.99

zeerob

Extremely good quality and brilliant light output. Very satisfied. Don't … Extremely good quality and brilliant light output. Very satisfied. Don't miss this for £14.99


I agree, I have a LED Lenser Pro and this is a better torch for less than half the price
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