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Defender Fluorescent Eco Uplight 36w 4ft + Next Working Day Delivery £23.99 Using Code @ JTF
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Defender Fluorescent Eco Uplight 36w 4ft + Next Working Day Delivery £23.99 Using Code @ JTF

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Posted 20th Sep

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Another defender light offer at JTF which looks good in comparison to elsewhere. The above code whips £6 off and give free Next Working Day Delivery, so a total of £23.99. The closest I could see on them was around £30 and they were for used. Brand new are much more expensive.


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Defender Fluorecent Eco Uplight is the economy version of the award winning Uplight V2 offering the same high light output performance, the stick is mounted onto a conventional tripod for stand-alone use giving a robust lighting solution designed to beat the harshest site conditions

Features of this Defender Fluorescent Eco Uplight include:

.High output low energy light source
.Detachable tripod
.Non-slip rubber foot
.Multiple hanging points
.Detachable shoulder strap
.Ideal for outdoor or indoor use
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This is a genuine question, would an LED worklight not be preferable to a fluorescent stick light these days or does it have it's own advantages?
is this a normal fluorescent light?
Haircut_10020/09/2019 12:03

This is a genuine question, would an LED worklight not be preferable to a …This is a genuine question, would an LED worklight not be preferable to a fluorescent stick light these days or does it have it's own advantages?


I was just thinking that myself, I immediately assumed that it was led till I read it, surely this is old tech unless as you suggest it has its advantages., I know I spent nearly £10 a couple of years ago swapping out a 5ft orescent tube for an led one
Edited by: "col11" 20th Sep
I can't think of a reason why you wouldn't want to be going LED these days.
parsimony20/09/2019 14:31

I can't think of a reason why you wouldn't want to be going LED these days.


I'd say cost for the batten type LED lights but there work lights are crazily priced as is.

LED would be safer (more durable) and be slightly more power efficient / bright than these things.

I've not really looked for any LED alternatives other than the small work lights that live on the floor but surely it's a lucrative business (when I was last working indoors I just put a plug and some flex on a fluorescent light.

Edit: screwfix have a Stanley LED equivalent for £100 and erbauer have a bunch of new LED work lights for £30 to £50 that look pretty good.
Edited by: "Jetaylor" 20th Sep
For £24 compared to cost of an LED equivalent, I'd say BARGAIN....

Light came today, its 240v works a treat. Definitely worth the money...🙌🏾
Edited by: "teflon70" 25th Sep
Haircut_10020/09/2019 12:03

This is a genuine question, would an LED worklight not be preferable to a …This is a genuine question, would an LED worklight not be preferable to a fluorescent stick light these days or does it have it's own advantages?


Wonder how much it would cost

These emit light 360 degrees around
parsimony20/09/2019 14:31

I can't think of a reason why you wouldn't want to be going LED these days.


£24 pounds as opposed to £100 plus...
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