Cree XPE Q5 600Lm Zoomable LED Flashlight | New Coupon - 74p @ GearBest
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Cree XPE Q5 600Lm Zoomable LED Flashlight | New Coupon - 74p @ GearBest

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Found 21st JunEdited by:"eli99"
The previous coupon expired, this is working and cheaper:

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Thanks for posting this deal OP! Got one of these about a year ago and it is great value! Ordered this one for my husband. HOT!
Got four but how can I not order at this price HOT
Ordering a torch on the longest day of the year
I used the code but it came out even after a change of post to £0.00 at £1.92p.
Edited by: "queer1" 21st Jun
Payed 76p . It also kept adding delivery for UK so I selected something else .
Change the insurance and shipping options to 0 then you get it for 76p.
Bought quite a few of these. Great little torch and at these prices why not
Bought and heat added, thanks OP.
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In terms of luminance how would these cree ones compare to these LED ones?

7dayshop.com/pro…lue
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Getting a "This coupon has reached its maximum limit message" now
This coupon has reached its maximum limit.
Me too
A good torch, great for finding dropped things with the zoom.
got coupon reached its maximum limit
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Thanks OP But these dont work with ordinary AA batteries, at least mine doesnt, has to be 14500,AA battery.
SCOUSEKEVIN23 m ago

Thanks OP But these dont work with ordinary AA batteries, at least mine …Thanks OP But these dont work with ordinary AA batteries, at least mine doesnt, has to be 14500,AA battery.


Mine works fine on rechargeable a, which is 1.2v as opposed to 1.5v.
Dead - This coupon has reached its maximum limit.
anyone got another coupon that works????????????????????
SCOUSEKEVIN1 h, 47 m ago

Thanks OP But these dont work with ordinary AA batteries, at least mine …Thanks OP But these dont work with ordinary AA batteries, at least mine doesnt, has to be 14500,AA battery.



I have a few of these and they work fine with rechargeable AA batteries for me. Maybe you've been using poor quality cells that can't provide enough current?
tawse573 h, 1 m ago

[Image] In terms of luminance how would these cree ones compare to these …[Image] In terms of luminance how would these cree ones compare to these LED ones?https://www.7dayshop.com/products/7dayshop-front-bike-cycle-light-and-hand-torch-high-power-3w-led-with-3-modes-and-bike-mount-blue-ring-wh2-7ds-ml-214blue



The one you link runs off 3.7 volt and the Cree one in this deal will run off 1.5 volt. It's basically 3 AA batteries vs 1 AA (yes I know the 7day shop link says 3 AAA but they're essentially the same but AAA have lower capacity than AA.
omgpleasespamme7 m ago

The one you link runs off 3.7 volt and the Cree one in this deal will run …The one you link runs off 3.7 volt and the Cree one in this deal will run off 1.5 volt. It's basically 3 AA batteries vs 1 AA (yes I know the 7day shop link says 3 AAA but they're essentially the same but AAA have lower capacity than AA.




Thanks.

I was mainly wondering whether this cree one would be of similar brightness to that 7dayshop led one?

I only ask as I bought 3 of the 7dayshop led ones 2 years ago and thought that they were very bright. Then I bought some Led bike lights in an Aldi sale and they made the 7dayshop ones look pathetic.
6 years ago a similar one cost me £4 on eBay. Kept in my car.....at this price it'll rude not to buy :-) I got the order in earlier before this limit was up. Thanks op. Good for general use.
omgpleasespamme21st Jun

I have a few of these and they work fine with rechargeable AA batteries …I have a few of these and they work fine with rechargeable AA batteries for me. Maybe you've been using poor quality cells that can't provide enough current?


I have tried both types of Duracell ordinary and rechargeables and acouple of other brands of rechargeables , none of them worked.
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These take AA rechargeable no problem, u may have an odd one.
Thanks OP received mine, good build worth the price, also received a yellow sticker on the jiffy bag it stated

“Goods not fulfilling the conditions laid down in Articles 28 and 29 of the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union".

I've ordered many items from gearbest and this was the first time I got this label and one else had this issue before?
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