30W USB Rechargeable Solar COB LED Portable Flood Light £7.35 - Banggood
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30W USB Rechargeable Solar COB LED Portable Flood Light £7.35 - Banggood

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Found 4th Jan
Banggood sold Solar COB Light for £7.35


USB Charging time: Approx 6Hours
Solar Charging time: Approx 36Hours
Work time: Approx 5Hours
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Same on eBay-from China/ Hong Kong and £6.50 and upwards
Just ordered, Thanks for posting.

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Advertised as 30W and actually 3W?
pibpob18 m ago

Advertised as 30W and actually 3W?


Looks a fantastic deal for 30W, not so good for 3W. 2400 Lumens would suggest 30W.
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All Ebay and Amazon equivalents say 30W.

I know I will regret this But I am going to buy anyway.

Good find OP (I Hope!)
Fistral5 m ago

Looks a fantastic deal for 30W, not so good for 3W. 2400 Lumens would …Looks a fantastic deal for 30W, not so good for 3W. 2400 Lumens would suggest 30W.https://www.rapidtables.com/calc/light/lumen-to-watt-calculator.htmlAll Ebay and Amazon equivalents say 30W.I know I will regret this But I am going to buy anyway.Good find OP (I Hope!)


Well of course the lumens figure would correspond but it's just as easy to make that up as the power consumption!

Yes, they will all say 30W, and they will all be "n"W. Is there a review by the likes of bigclive which reveals the truth?
Only one per customer and low stock.
Looks good thoiugh the solar charge will be a top up at best. There have been some great deals on COB rechargeable lanterns at Homebase recently - may be worth a look before ordering this as delivery from Bangood can be very protracted?
pibpob29 m ago

Advertised as 30W and actually 3W?


Possibly 3w COB equivalent to 30W tungsten filament? Fairly meaning less anyway as that's power consumption, not light output.
pibpob8 m ago

Well of course the lumens figure would correspond but it's just as easy to …Well of course the lumens figure would correspond but it's just as easy to make that up as the power consumption!Yes, they will all say 30W, and they will all be "n"W. Is there a review by the likes of bigclive which reveals the truth?


Are you just speculating or can you link to a review please?
Besford12 m ago

Looks good thoiugh the solar charge will be a top up at best. There have …Looks good thoiugh the solar charge will be a top up at best. There have been some great deals on COB rechargeable lanterns at Homebase recently - may be worth a look before ordering this as delivery from Bangood can be very protracted?


Thanks for the tip but no Homebase near me.
Whilst looking at what it would take to charge via the UK and solar found this useful guide : statista.com/sta…uk/ so, 36 hours to fully charge via solar, in the uk, would take about a week.
Fistral59 m ago

Are you just speculating or can you link to a review please?


I am just speculating, but based on a consistent track record of unregulated LED lamp suppliers lying about the output/power consumption of their products. I have made a suggestion about technically-literate and trustworthy reviews; I'm sure you're as capable of searching for them as I am.
Edited by: "pibpob" 4th Jan
Besford1 h, 7 m ago

Looks good thoiugh the solar charge will be a top up at best. There have …Looks good thoiugh the solar charge will be a top up at best. There have been some great deals on COB rechargeable lanterns at Homebase recently - may be worth a look before ordering this as delivery from Bangood can be very protracted?


Yes, the solar panel performance is just as likely, if not more likely, to be exaggerated as the power consumption/light output. It might be theoretically possible to achieve the stated charge time, but only in continuous periods of direct sunlight, with you attending to it every few minutes to align it directly at the sun...
pibpob1 h, 43 m ago

Yes, the solar panel performance is just as likely, if not more likely, to …Yes, the solar panel performance is just as likely, if not more likely, to be exaggerated as the power consumption/light output. It might be theoretically possible to achieve the stated charge time, but only in continuous periods of direct sunlight, with you attending to it every few minutes to align it directly at the sun...


... on the equator on (21 March?).
pibpob3 h, 8 m ago

Yes, the solar panel performance is just as likely, if not more likely, to …Yes, the solar panel performance is just as likely, if not more likely, to be exaggerated as the power consumption/light output. It might be theoretically possible to achieve the stated charge time, but only in continuous periods of direct sunlight, with you attending to it every few minutes to align it directly at the sun...


From personal experience of manufacturers claims for solar panels, I think that they are only accurate if you hold the solar panel six inches from the sun!
Mine arrived today. Its smaller than expected. It looks the size of a mains extension but its only 6.5 inches by 5 inches.
I don't think it is 30W but it is surprisingly bright. It makes a good worklight and I still think its a good buy at the price.
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