Amazon...Led Torch, Batteries and Charger - £9.98 Prime / £14.73 non Prime Sold by SHENZHEN JINGBOSHI ELECTRONIC COMMERCE CO., LTD and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Amazon...Led Torch, Batteries and Charger - £9.98 Prime / £14.73 non Prime Sold by SHENZHEN JINGBOSHI ELECTRONIC COMMERCE CO., LTD and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 27th Nov
I have purchased two sets and the quality is excellent, very,very bright. The bonus is that is comes with two 18650 batteries and a charger which by themselves usually cost around the £10 or more mark and can be used it other gadgets that take these types of batteries...Description as below...plus supplied by amazon...gonna cost a few extra quid without prime...☹️

  • Brand New CREE XM-L T6 LED Zoomable flashlight Torch zoomable rechargeable led torch with chargers 5 Switch Mode:
  • high / middle/low/strobe/SOS Model of Battery required: 2 x 18650 Battery 3.7v 2200 lumens,lifetime more than 10000 hours
  • Suitable for Self Safety, hunting, cycling, climbing, camping, travelling and outdoor activities
  • Anti-abrasive coating, with comfortable button and ultra clear glass lens, forming this attractive black flashlight.

10 Comments

fulfilled by amazon... supplier is some random chinese company though

unbranded, dodgy 18650s is a risky business.

The batteries are stated as 3800mah. Very doubtful if they are even 1000mah.

great touch . heat added

Original Poster

batteries are ultrafire which i have purchased before and not had any problems with..

charger is tenner on its own
Edited by: "rob585" 27th Nov

Does the £9.98 include delivery?

rob58521 m ago

batteries are ultrafire which i have purchased before and not had any …batteries are ultrafire which i have purchased before and not had any problems with..charger is tenner on its own


maybe genuine batteries are good. I would not expect that from this deal.

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I'd be very careful of using these (or any 18650's) batteries in a torch. I use them (good quality Samsung, LG or Sonys) in my vaporizer, I dropped it once (about 4 inches), something shorted and the whole device started heating up, and battery started to fuse itself to the body of the vaporizer. Fortunately I had a knife nearby to lever it out of the shell before it went into meltdown. By that time device battery was to hot to touch, and device was smoking and completely knackered.

Considering a torch is far more likely to be dropped, and a lot more difficult to dismantle, I'd be wary. These batteries are very very powerful.

rob5852 h, 33 m ago

batteries are ultrafire which i have purchased before and not had any …batteries are ultrafire which i have purchased before and not had any problems with..charger is tenner on its own


To the best of my knowledge even the very best manufacturers (of Samsung) do not make batteries of this capacity. Unlikely that these approach the stated capacity.

rob5854 h, 53 m ago

batteries are ultrafire which i have purchased before and not had any …batteries are ultrafire which i have purchased before and not had any problems with..charger is tenner on its own


It doesn't say Ultrafire anywhere.

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