CREE XP-E Q5 600 lumen LED torch £1.34 delivered with code @ Dresslily
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CREE XP-E Q5 600 lumen LED torch £1.34 delivered with code @ Dresslily

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Found 9th Jul
Pretty decent little torch for the price - got one for my little boy for when he goes fishing with his Dad and also handy to keep in your handbag or glovebox for this price.

Cree XP-E Q5 600 lumen maximum output led torch. Made from hardened aluminium takes 1 x AA battery (not included) with a beam distance of 50 - 100 metres. 9cm long and 2cm wide. Has penclip so you can clip it to your pocket.

Delivered free within 3 weeks and you can pay by Paypal too.

Use code DLBPO24 at checkout


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401554661690 99p on ebay.
snoopy181 h, 14 m ago

Ive gone for the one on eBay linked above as that’s a genuine 1200lumens


Just out of curiosity why do you think it's a genuine 1200 lumens? Unfortunately it's not at all. It uses a Cree XP-E Q5 emitter, which if I remember maxes out at about 250 lumens at 1 amp (Source: flashlightwiki.com/Cree & cree.com/led…pdf).
Many of the cheaper Chinese manufacturers chat a load of horlicks with their flashlight and battery claims and always inflate. Additionally, the cheaper manufacturers claim to use emitters from Cree but a lot of the time they are completely lying and use the cheaper and inferior LatticeBright emitters.

Does this mean the flashlights are bad value for money? No. Not at all. A quid or two for a flashlight that will be brighter than the £8 Duracell branded flashlight you buy from Sainburys is worth it, imo. I just don't like the way they chat so much crap with their specifications.

The ebay flashlight you've just paid for is based off of the Sipik SK68 design, which is a modern classic. It's zoomable, uses 1 AA, and is robust.
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2.20 after non optional insurance, still a bargain. Looks good
hungryjon6 m ago

2.20 after non optional insurance, still a bargain. Looks good


You just untick the option like the screenshot below and it takes it off
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hungryjon11 m ago

2.20 after non optional insurance, still a bargain. Looks good


Got Four, good little torch to find the after dark

Great deal HEAT
401554661690 99p on ebay.
It was £0.74 on Gearbest a while ago, so I'll just wait for it to happen again.
Edited by: "samirahman3" 9th Jul
600 lumens from 1 AA battery. Sounds legit...
dougledog39653 m ago

600 lumens from 1 AA battery. Sounds legit...


Ive gone for the one on eBay linked above as that’s a genuine 1200lumens
snoopy181 h, 14 m ago

Ive gone for the one on eBay linked above as that’s a genuine 1200lumens


Just out of curiosity why do you think it's a genuine 1200 lumens? Unfortunately it's not at all. It uses a Cree XP-E Q5 emitter, which if I remember maxes out at about 250 lumens at 1 amp (Source: flashlightwiki.com/Cree & cree.com/led…pdf).
Many of the cheaper Chinese manufacturers chat a load of horlicks with their flashlight and battery claims and always inflate. Additionally, the cheaper manufacturers claim to use emitters from Cree but a lot of the time they are completely lying and use the cheaper and inferior LatticeBright emitters.

Does this mean the flashlights are bad value for money? No. Not at all. A quid or two for a flashlight that will be brighter than the £8 Duracell branded flashlight you buy from Sainburys is worth it, imo. I just don't like the way they chat so much crap with their specifications.

The ebay flashlight you've just paid for is based off of the Sipik SK68 design, which is a modern classic. It's zoomable, uses 1 AA, and is robust.
Gordon_Bennett15 m ago

Just out of curiosity why do you think it's a genuine 1200 lumens? …Just out of curiosity why do you think it's a genuine 1200 lumens? Unfortunately it's not at all. It uses a Cree XP-E Q5 emitter, which if I remember maxes out at about 250 lumens at 1 amp (Source: http://flashlightwiki.com/Cree & http://www.cree.com/led-components/media/documents/XLampXPE-25A.pdf).Many of the cheaper Chinese manufacturers chat a load of horlicks with their flashlight and battery claims and always inflate. Additionally, the cheaper manufacturers claim to use emitters from Cree but a lot of the time they are completely lying and use the cheaper and inferior LatticeBright emitters.Does this mean the flashlights are bad value for money? No. Not at all. A quid or two for a flashlight that will be brighter than the £8 Duracell branded flashlight you buy from Sainburys is worth it, imo. I just don't like the way they chat so much crap with their specifications.The ebay flashlight you've just paid for is based off of the Sipik SK68 design, which is a modern classic. It's zoomable, uses 1 AA, and is robust.


It was a joke comment, my feit is 1000 lumens and it’s huge.
Edited by: "snoopy18" 9th Jul
stgeorge4 h, 47 m ago

401554661690 99p on ebay.



Thanks.

Gordon_Bennett1 h, 21 m ago

a modern classic. It's zoomable, uses 1 AA, and is robust.



I have bought a few of the deal variants and a few of the ebay variants and in my experience the ebay variant is much more robust. I always found it annoying when I bought the ebay variant only to find it had 3 modes. Low, normal and strobe. Glad to see this listing specifically states 1 mode.
guttediam8 h, 2 m ago

Got Four, good little torch to find the after dark Great deal …Got Four, good little torch to find the after dark Great deal HEAT


I'd rather stay in the house, but hey, it's your call
VeedubyaGTi20 m ago

I'd rather stay in the house, but hey, it's your call


So would the Mutt in this heat but he can’t reach the bowl
This may be not related, but placed an order with this company yesterday and this morning my mailbox was filled with junk email from various .com companies.
rdann3 h, 11 m ago

This may be not related, but placed an order with this company yesterday …This may be not related, but placed an order with this company yesterday and this morning my mailbox was filled with junk email from various .com companies.


Royal Mail is privatised, don’t think their that fast just my opinion
guttediam10th Jul

Royal Mail is privatised, don’t think their that fast just my …Royal Mail is privatised, don’t think their that fast just my opinion


Email junk mail, not delivered post. It is on the same email as my order, as I said could be coincidence but never had junk mail on this email before.
I have this torch it is definitely not 600 lumens no matter what they say. I've recently bought a 150 lumen torch from Asda (which I've posted as a deal after seeing this "deal"). The 150 lumen Asda torch is about 30 times brighter than this one!
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