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ccbetter® CREE XM-L T6 LED Zoomable Headlamp 1200LM £5.69 (Prime) / £9.68 (non Prime) Sold by hojyuk and Fulfilled by Amazon.
ccbetter® CREE XM-L T6 LED Zoomable Headlamp 1200LM £5.69  (Prime) / £9.68 (non Prime) Sold by hojyuk and Fulfilled by Amazon.

ccbetter® CREE XM-L T6 LED Zoomable Headlamp 1200LM £5.69 (Prime) / £9.68 (non Prime) Sold by hojyuk and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Really good head torches these, I have a few I use for fishing.
Will be handy for walking dogs etc now that we are approaching the clocks going back. The batteries included with this normally cost more than £5.69.

Price shows as £10.99 however if you click the promotion message next to it, will take it down to £5.69 with Prime Delivery.

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These are great for our loft which has no lighting, awesome price! Thanks.

A workmate has this same one and it is good value and quality.
He paid around about a tenner 12 months ago.
The batteries alone are about a quid each.

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Robert_Mugabe

A workmate has this same one and it is good value and quality.He paid … A workmate has this same one and it is good value and quality.He paid around about a tenner 12 months ago.The batteries alone are about a quid each.


Where about have you seen the 18650 batters for a quid? I could do with some spare but never seen them that low.

eyebaws

Where about have you seen the 18650 batters for a quid? I could do with … Where about have you seen the 18650 batters for a quid? I could do with some spare but never seen them that low.


Here is the first one listed on fleaBay ( Edited because the link did not work ).
Copy and paste this instead in the search box
18650 3.7V 5000mAh Li-ion Rechargeable Li-ion Battery for Led Flashlight GU
listed at 99p.

It is of similar quality to the ones you will get from any far eastern deal like the one listed.
Edited by: "Robert_Mugabe" 22nd Sep 2016

Must be doing something wrong - I can't get it down to £5.69 even though it says promotion applied. Any ideas?

geriatrix

Must be doing something wrong - I can't get it down to £5.69 even though … Must be doing something wrong - I can't get it down to £5.69 even though it says promotion applied. Any ideas?



Mine only got reduced when you sign in and go to the checkout

Ordered! Thanks op, been looking for a decent headtorch for a while and the batteries thrown in are a bonus.

Thetrout

Mine only got reduced when you sign in and go to the checkout



Aaah thanks - I just looked at the basket. Now its fine, ordered, cheers all.


geriatrix

Must be doing something wrong - I can't get it down to £5.69 even though … Must be doing something wrong - I can't get it down to £5.69 even though it says promotion applied. Any ideas?


How did you get the price to go down ..added to basket and logged in and the price stayed at £10.99 do you have to be a prime member ???

shannensdaddy

How did you get the price to go down ..added to basket and logged in and … How did you get the price to go down ..added to basket and logged in and the price stayed at £10.99 do you have to be a prime member ???



Have you clicked the "Promotion Message" Button?
Edited by: "Thetrout" 22nd Sep 2016

Lithium Ion rechargeable batteries can be very volatile and need to be treated with respect in term of charging, storage and use. I'd strongly recommend that if someone needs to use these batteries that you read the following link:

http://budgetlightforum.com/node/45314

Furthermore, I'd strongly recommend that people don't spend 99p on a product that has a greater risk of explosion or catastrophic fire, instead spend at least a few quid per cell from a reputable supplier.

These aren't like the AA's you buy from Asda - they need proper care.

***Do NOT buy cheap cells***

scrumpypaul

Lithium Ion rechargeable batteries can be very volatile and need to be … Lithium Ion rechargeable batteries can be very volatile and need to be treated with respect in term of charging, storage and use. I'd strongly recommend that if someone needs to use these batteries that you read the following link:http://budgetlightforum.com/node/45314Furthermore, I'd strongly recommend that people don't spend 99p on a product that has a greater risk of explosion or catastrophic fire, instead spend at least a few quid per cell from a reputable supplier.These aren't like the AA's you buy from Asda - they need proper care.***Do NOT buy cheap cells***


Sorry mate, this isn't the forum for safety first messages. We only want cheap as chips and if there's a risk of your headtorch exploding when you are wearing it we'll all be doing the 'can we return it, get a refund and a £5 Amazon voucher".

These are good little headlamps I use mine for a back up fishing lamp. On high setting they give off a really nice beam of light, even better than my LED Lenser H7R.2 . Battery life isn't great on them but paired with a couple of spare batteries it does the job nicely.

Says 'no listings' for this item..... deal over?

Thank you

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arrived today.

christ, that's bright!

a note in the box to say you had to take the cells out of their wrapper would have been useful,

unpacked it, didnt work, so stuck it on charge. an hour later, still nothing. wasnt until i investigated further and found the battery pack lid was removeable that i realised my error....

wanye

arrived today.christ, that's bright!a note in the box to say you had to … arrived today.christ, that's bright!a note in the box to say you had to take the cells out of their wrapper would have been useful, unpacked it, didnt work, so stuck it on charge. an hour later, still nothing. wasnt until i investigated further and found the battery pack lid was removeable that i realised my error....


Mine arrived today and the first thing I did was to take it apart; As expected, the DC charging port is wired directly to the battery terminals.

So.. Don't use the included USB charger. I took apart the mains adapter but couldn't find the datasheet for the control chip. It does include an Red / green led and two transistors so it could, potentially, safely cut-off but it still charges both cells in parallel
Ideally you want each cells monitored individually

TL;DR: Don't use the USB adapter or something will go up in flames.

Azurren

Mine arrived today and the first thing I did was to take it apart; As … Mine arrived today and the first thing I did was to take it apart; As expected, the DC charging port is wired directly to the battery terminals.So.. Don't use the included USB charger. I took apart the mains adapter but couldn't find the datasheet for the control chip. It does include an Red / green led and two transistors so it could, potentially, safely cut-off but it still charges both cells in parallelIdeally you want each cells monitored individuallyTL;DR: Don't use the USB adapter or something will go up in flames.



Thanks for this info. I will stick to charging the batteries in my Nitecore D4.

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