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Diall LED Rechargeable LED Work Light 10W 12 / 240V - £13.99 @ Screwfix (+2 yrs guarantee / or 23W version - £19.99)
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Diall LED Rechargeable LED Work Light 10W 12 / 240V - £13.99 @ Screwfix (+2 yrs guarantee / or 23W version - £19.99)

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Posted 8th Jul
Decent LED worklight with 3 hour run time. Reduced by £10 at Screwfix.

Lowest price offer

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Rechargeable LED work light. Plastic lens and aluminium body.

  • IP54
  • 2 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee (T&Cs Apply)
  • Up to 15,000 Hours Life
  • 5hr Charge Time
  • 3 hrs Run Time
  • Rechargeable
  • 10W
  • 6000K
  • 2 x Lumen Settings (Max. 700Lm)
  • Battery Capacity Indicator

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Diall LED Rechargeable LED Work Light 23W 12 / 240V - £19.99 (Was 29.99)

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Superman_turbo_pro_300008/07/2019 22:10

Reachable means ni-hm / li-on / li-po rechargeable batteries inside (maybe …Reachable means ni-hm / li-on / li-po rechargeable batteries inside (maybe even lead acid but doubt it) Give it 2 years and even if you don't use it much the chemicals in the batteries will be basically useless.Rechargeable = dead in 2 years due to obscure size non replaceable factory fitted batteries.


Lead acid in a portable work light I didn't realise we had an in-house battery expert.

Lithium batteries are damaged irreparably if the voltage drops below 2V as the cell usually shorts and/or self discharged. Normally the battery management stops it getting that low by stopping at about 2.7V but it's important not to use the entire battery then leave them on a shelf for a year. If you're not going to use it for a while, it's best to charge it to 50% or more.

Other than that it's just the simple precaution of if you want it to last hundreds of charges you should try not to fully discharge it. 30% minimum is a good rule of thumb.
Edited by: "TipsyNurse" 9th Jul
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These are great. Went for the 23w version last time they were on sale
Edited by: "black.knight" 8th Jul
Yeah me too. Great for decorating in the middle of the night. Really bright with 2 brightness settings, battery lasts long enough and it’s got a battery level indicator so you can put it on charge before it runs out.
Came with a free stand/tripod type thing last time it was on offer I believe.
Excellent lights. have the larger and the smaller one. Great price.
Been after one of these for a while. Ordered the 23w.

Many thanks OP
Excellent find - almost bought one last week as I need to board out my loft with no light up there.

May as well get the more powerful one now they are on offer
Good bit of kit, got the 30W version deal with the free tripod some time back
When it comes to function/design/engineering I'm a difficult person to impress, but I've owned the 23w version since last November & used it loads. Terrific light output & long lasting battery. Takes a while to recharge (kinder to the battery though) , but can also be used whilst charging, I really can't fault it for £20 & it gets my recommendation.
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Good one,going to get one to chuck up in the loft for when I need to find something up there, using a big led light at the moment which takes 8 AA batteries that last about 10 minutes so this will pay for itself.
Edited by: "deleted2128964" 8th Jul
Ordered the bigger one, bargain price!
Thanks @idontflycathay 🔥
Reachable means ni-hm / li-on / li-po rechargeable batteries inside (maybe even lead acid but doubt it)

Give it 2 years and even if you don't use it much the chemicals in the batteries will be basically useless.

Rechargeable = dead in 2 years due to obscure size non replaceable factory fitted batteries.
this ok to use when working on the car and need extra light? if so 10w or 23w?
Thanks
Yes I have got same deal too . It was very good deal. I am still using and so happy from this rechargeable led light
astyy08/07/2019 16:57

Good bit of kit, got the 30W version deal with the free tripod some time …Good bit of kit, got the 30W version deal with the free tripod some time back

Superman_turbo_pro_300008/07/2019 22:10

Reachable means ni-hm / li-on / li-po rechargeable batteries inside (maybe …Reachable means ni-hm / li-on / li-po rechargeable batteries inside (maybe even lead acid but doubt it) Give it 2 years and even if you don't use it much the chemicals in the batteries will be basically useless.Rechargeable = dead in 2 years due to obscure size non replaceable factory fitted batteries.






It has easily replaceable lithium ion batteries inside so if they did fail you can replace them without much trouble. No reason to speculate the batteries will fail within two years either.... that’s just nonsense.
Edited by: "slater81" 8th Jul
Superman_turbo_pro_300008/07/2019 22:10

Reachable means ni-hm / li-on / li-po rechargeable batteries inside (maybe …Reachable means ni-hm / li-on / li-po rechargeable batteries inside (maybe even lead acid but doubt it) Give it 2 years and even if you don't use it much the chemicals in the batteries will be basically useless.Rechargeable = dead in 2 years due to obscure size non replaceable factory fitted batteries.


Lead acid in a portable work light I didn't realise we had an in-house battery expert.

Lithium batteries are damaged irreparably if the voltage drops below 2V as the cell usually shorts and/or self discharged. Normally the battery management stops it getting that low by stopping at about 2.7V but it's important not to use the entire battery then leave them on a shelf for a year. If you're not going to use it for a while, it's best to charge it to 50% or more.

Other than that it's just the simple precaution of if you want it to last hundreds of charges you should try not to fully discharge it. 30% minimum is a good rule of thumb.
Edited by: "TipsyNurse" 9th Jul
Superman_turbo_pro_300008/07/2019 22:10

Reachable means ni-hm / li-on / li-po rechargeable batteries inside (maybe …Reachable means ni-hm / li-on / li-po rechargeable batteries inside (maybe even lead acid but doubt it) Give it 2 years and even if you don't use it much the chemicals in the batteries will be basically useless.Rechargeable = dead in 2 years due to obscure size non replaceable factory fitted batteries.


Well thats ok based on that it will pack up bang on time that the guarantee runs out so take it back and get a shiny band new one before the guarantee runs out..but iv now had mine the same as this for 3 years plus and its still going strong..

Anyway what you want for this price, a life time guarantee ??
slater8108/07/2019 23:27

It has easily replaceable lithium ion batteries inside so if they did fail …It has easily replaceable lithium ion batteries inside so if they did fail you can replace them without much trouble. No reason to speculate the batteries will fail within two years either.... that’s just nonsense.


Where did you get this "easily replaceable" quote from?

I've just looked on the Q&A section of the products webpage on the screwfix website and someone has asked if they can be replaced to which screwfix have said:




"The rechargeable battery is integrated into this unit and is not replaceable. 

Thank you for using Q&A (CW)"





Where did you get your information from?
Does anyone know what chargers these come with?
I regretted not getting more of the 30W version - which incidentally came with a 24v/1A charger I think it was - I reckoned on the lower power setting likely you could run it indefinitely with the charger plugged in (24w or below seemed fairly reasonable.)
Superman_turbo_pro_300009/07/2019 03:58

... screwfix have said: "The rechargeable battery is integrated into this …... screwfix have said: "The rechargeable battery is integrated into this unit and is not replaceable. Thank you for using Q&A (CW)" Where did you get your information from?


You obviously aren't familiar with Big Clive
cb-uk09/07/2019 10:21

You obviously aren't familiar with Big Clive


Haha. Is he the Scottish bloke who has that YouTube channel? It's brilliant! ...not sure my circuit knowledge or soldering would be enough though.
Very bright and long lasting battery. Takes time to get full charge though
Superman_turbo_pro_300008/07/2019 22:10

Reachable means ni-hm / li-on / li-po rechargeable batteries inside (maybe …Reachable means ni-hm / li-on / li-po rechargeable batteries inside (maybe even lead acid but doubt it) Give it 2 years and even if you don't use it much the chemicals in the batteries will be basically useless.Rechargeable = dead in 2 years due to obscure size non replaceable factory fitted batteries.



So you just care for your batteries the same as any other tool in your kit, I use Nimh and Li Ion batteries for many applications some of mine are more than 5 years old with no sign of packing up.
Cheers OP I missed this last time but got the 23w version today.
Superman_turbo_pro_300008/07/2019 22:10

Reachable means ni-hm / li-on / li-po rechargeable batteries inside (maybe …Reachable means ni-hm / li-on / li-po rechargeable batteries inside (maybe even lead acid but doubt it) Give it 2 years and even if you don't use it much the chemicals in the batteries will be basically useless.Rechargeable = dead in 2 years due to obscure size non replaceable factory fitted batteries.


These are li-on. Have had a pair a for at least two years. They still work great but they don't get recharged that often. Li-ons should be good for 200-300 charges.... not checked the make of the cells yet.
Just a heads up for those after work lights homebase are discounting 30% + on their lighting...and the previously £140 iron horse twin head led 2 X 30w is half price at £70... Horses for courses(sic). Arlec lights are 50% off too, just figured anyone here might be interested...
Bought the 23v version for £19.99. Can confirm these are very bright and somewhat weighty. Good spot OP
Superman_turbo_pro_3000:
Reachable means ni-hm / li-on / li-po rechargeable batteries inside (maybe even lead acid but doubt it)

Give it 2 years and even if you don't use it much the chemicals in the batteries will be basically useless.

Rechargeable = dead in 2 years due to obscure size non replaceable factory fitted batteries.

Talking out of of the back of your hat.
I have one of these lights & did a 'bigclivedotcom' to it (if you don't know, look him up on YouTube) . These lights have a nicely-built simple DC-DC step up charging supply that accepts variable input 12-24v. Inside are 10x 18650 li-ion cells in a sealed pack in 5S2P config giving a nominal 18.5v (or 20.5v fully charged). 2200mAh cells give 4400mAh for the pack. No makers name on mine though. The COB emitter is adequately heatsinked and the casing only gets slightly warm after many hours of use.
I have many 18650's harvested from old laptop packs that are still strong after 6 years & hundreds of charge cycles.
Sounds like your battery knowledge stalled at Ni-Cad's. Get clever on lithium/LiFePO4 & you'll be surprised how good rechargeable batteries are nowadays.
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_g_09/07/2019 08:58

Does anyone know what chargers these come with?I regretted not getting …Does anyone know what chargers these come with?I regretted not getting more of the 30W version - which incidentally came with a 24v/1A charger I think it was - I reckoned on the lower power setting likely you could run it indefinitely with the charger plugged in (24w or below seemed fairly reasonable.)


Yes, 24v 1000mA charger with mine. It will run continuous for many hours but the charger gets quite warm & of course using most of those mA for the light, it leaves very few to do any charging (until you switch it off!).
slater8108/07/2019 23:27

It has easily replaceable lithium ion batteries inside so if they did fail …It has easily replaceable lithium ion batteries inside so if they did fail you can replace them without much trouble. No reason to speculate the batteries will fail within two years either.... that’s just nonsense.


It's a 5S2P flat pack of 18650's in these lights. Fairly easy to replace, but quite difficult to source this particular pack, since the more common 5S2P are 2 layers of cells rather than one flat layer. Probably cheaper just to buy a new light.
You can easily make your own custom pack of course, as the BMS is on the pcb rather than inside the battery pack.
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