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LED Lenser H7.2 Head Torch + Free P3 BM Pocket Torch £24.99 @ Screwfix
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LED Lenser H7.2 Head Torch + Free P3 BM Pocket Torch £24.99 @ Screwfix

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Posted 30th JanEdited by:"Wowhats"

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Available to Click and Colllect in store next day if not in stock at your local Screwfix branch. The current Amazon price is £47.39 so this is a good saving from Screwfix. These LED Lenser torches are really bright and well made, I've had mine for nearly ten years.

" Pack contents:
- H7.2 headtorch with 4 x AAA Duracell batteries pre-installed
- P3BM torch with 1 x AAA Duracell battery pre-installed
- 5 x replacement AAA Duracell batteries
- Belt pouch for the P3 torch
- Metal clip for the P3
- Short lanyard for the P3
- User manual
- Warranty card to redeem 7 year warranty
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Great piece of kit 😁
Nice , thanks op
I would buy this
ACEBEAM Mini Headlamp H40 High-Cri Max 600lumens by Li-ion Battery Great for Reading Running Hiking Hunting amazon.co.uk/dp/…TJ8

Brighter, lighter, better
Had this head torch for a while. Very bright even light, and comfortable to wear. Eats batteries fast and is confusing to use with 2 buttons and a dial, and multiple presses to change functions. A simple on off would have been better. Overall I would recommend it.
vostro30/01/2020 10:39

I would buy this ACEBEAM Mini Headlamp H40 High-Cri Max 600lumens by …I would buy this ACEBEAM Mini Headlamp H40 High-Cri Max 600lumens by Li-ion Battery Great for Reading Running Hiking Hunting https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07L9MF5T8/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_thRmEbCZTCTJ8Brighter, lighter, better


No torch?
vostro30/01/2020 10:39

I would buy this ACEBEAM Mini Headlamp H40 High-Cri Max 600lumens by …I would buy this ACEBEAM Mini Headlamp H40 High-Cri Max 600lumens by Li-ion Battery Great for Reading Running Hiking Hunting https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07L9MF5T8/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_thRmEbCZTCTJ8Brighter, lighter, better


How do you work out its brighter. Also no warranty vs 7 years warranty. Yeah so much better
I’ve got the rechargeable version and never seen anything so bright lights up the whole lake at night fishing which doesn’t usually go down well
Seems expensive to me. You are paying for a name Lenser"

I bought a Portwest Beanie LED head light recently when on offer. As it includes the hat I though it was more practical and useful than having a band round your head. From memory was from tool station and under a fiver. It is sitting in a drawer along with other "bargains"!
I would not recommend this for one simple reason - not chargable. I would need (and it is used very much) in bus garages, maybe it is not so important for outdors, if you like to carry batteries with you.

I think - it is useless product and will be bought just for "price", but after some time you will buy something else, maybe not LED LENSER, but offbrand.

Reachargable I would recommend.

EDIT - I did not see the price... Price is ok, but still I will pay more for rechargable, but I would use it 5x a week.

Second EDIT - I did not see hand torch... So, I have MT10 (got on sale for 50 or 70 Eur). Idea was to use for bus inspections. So, it lies in drawer... Reason - ultra bright. So, I am using it sometimes in night time in garden (really good).

Conclusion - if you know, where to use - go for 23 pounds, if "not so sure" - leave it and go for rechargables.
Edited by: "Jino" 30th Jan
This is an old model... but like most Lenser stuff it will probably last forever so worth £24.99 .
Personally I'd invest in a newer model as the battery pack is huge and cumbersome and newer LED chips and circuitry are way more efficient and produce less heat.
Edited by: "Zilina" 30th Jan
someone64230/01/2020 11:22

Go for this, 4 times cheaper https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/382865607725


No battery or charger included though...
Only Lenser I had, a torch it has to be said, the on/off button broke after very little use. I had heard so much about them it was a great disappointment, never again.
Edited by: "wallychops" 30th Jan
northwales30/01/2020 10:46

How do you work out its brighter. Also no warranty vs 7 years warranty. …How do you work out its brighter. Also no warranty vs 7 years warranty. Yeah so much better


From Amazon description

Low: 5 lumens; 17 hours
High: 150 lumens; 65 mins
Turbo: 600~220 lumens; 40s + 40 mins


Screwfix

Head Lamp Lumens: 250lm

Also there is 5 years warranty for acebeam Vs 2 years . Also you don't have to carry 3 aaa battery on your head
vostro30/01/2020 13:20

From Amazon descriptionLow: 5 lumens; 17 hoursHigh: 150 lumens; 65 …From Amazon descriptionLow: 5 lumens; 17 hoursHigh: 150 lumens; 65 minsTurbo: 600~220 lumens; 40s + 40 minsScrewfixHead Lamp Lumens: 250lmAlso there is 5 years warranty for acebeam Vs 2 years . Also you don't have to carry 3 aaa battery on your head


So your one way of those, rather have 40s of turbo than continuous high output.

The warranty in UK, mean nothing. You have to send back to place of purchase and Amazon won't do anything after 12 months, even then your lucky if they do anything after 6 months
Led lenser arenover rated, i had one drop from my trouser pocket and the lense cracked, took it back and got a refund, I wouldn't buy this money as it's not even rechargeable, I bought the petzl tikkina and their rechargeable battery pack for less than £20 .also advertised on HUKD
Jino30/01/2020 12:02

I would not recommend this for one simple reason - not chargable. I would …I would not recommend this for one simple reason - not chargable. I would need (and it is used very much) in bus garages, maybe it is not so important for outdors, if you like to carry batteries with you.I think - it is useless product and will be bought just for "price", but after some time you will buy something else, maybe not LED LENSER, but offbrand. Reachargable I would recommend.EDIT - I did not see the price... Price is ok, but still I will pay more for rechargable, but I would use it 5x a week.Second EDIT - I did not see head torch... So, I have MT10 (got on sale for 50 or 70 Eur). Idea was to use for bus inspections. So, it lies in drawer... Reason - ultra bright. So, I am using it sometimes in night time in garden (really good). Conclusion - if you know, where to use - go for 23 pounds, if "not so sure" - leave it and go for rechargables.


Hahahah, so if your out and about or using it for work purposes and battery runs on your non removable rechargeable battery, then what.
vostro30/01/2020 10:39

I would buy this ACEBEAM Mini Headlamp H40 High-Cri Max 600lumens by …I would buy this ACEBEAM Mini Headlamp H40 High-Cri Max 600lumens by Li-ion Battery Great for Reading Running Hiking Hunting https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07L9MF5T8/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_thRmEbCZTCTJ8Brighter, lighter, better


Led lenser quality German product
Jino30/01/2020 12:02

I would not recommend this for one simple reason - not chargable. I would …I would not recommend this for one simple reason - not chargable. I would need (and it is used very much) in bus garages, maybe it is not so important for outdors, if you like to carry batteries with you.I think - it is useless product and will be bought just for "price", but after some time you will buy something else, maybe not LED LENSER, but offbrand. Reachargable I would recommend.EDIT - I did not see the price... Price is ok, but still I will pay more for rechargable, but I would use it 5x a week.Second EDIT - I did not see head torch... So, I have MT10 (got on sale for 50 or 70 Eur). Idea was to use for bus inspections. So, it lies in drawer... Reason - ultra bright. So, I am using it sometimes in night time in garden (really good). Conclusion - if you know, where to use - go for 23 pounds, if "not so sure" - leave it and go for rechargables.


Or use rechargeable batteries - sorted
Oos for delivery, and nothing anywhere near birmingham area so might of sold out already, good deal though
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So bad but I had to do it
Not quite in the same league but if you want something cheaper then I can highly recommend this from toolstation. £10
Luceco headtorch
Rechargeable, 6 hours sufficiently bright for electrics in an unlit house.
The pir bit is a bit of a gimmick though...
I always thought you looked a bit of a knob with one of these but I'm converted!
BatteryPowered but prefer rechargeable to save the cost.
Actually glad there's no stock nearby, saves me buying something I don't need
northwales30/01/2020 13:42

Hahahah, so if your out and about or using it for work purposes and …Hahahah, so if your out and about or using it for work purposes and battery runs on your non removable rechargeable battery, then what.



Charge the battery. Ususally mates put it on charge when go home.
get yourself a sofirn or convoy branded torch instead.

brighter and cheaper. simples.
packard30/01/2020 15:38

Or use rechargeable batteries - sorted



This is an option. do you have experience with rechagable batteries? I had them long time ago and ... screw it.
Maybe they are better nowadays. And you will need charger for 3xAAA batteries simultaneusly.
Edited by: "Jino" 30th Jan
wallychops30/01/2020 12:26

Only Lenser I had, a torch it has to be said, the on/off button broke …Only Lenser I had, a torch it has to be said, the on/off button broke after very little use. I had heard so much about them it was a great disappointment, never again.


I had one given to me as a birthday gift and a similar issue happened to mine. However one email to them and they sent me replacement part no questions, that said the new part had clearly been revised from the old one to stop the fault happening again.

Still prefer my convoy s2+ though.
I got 2 since 2015. Good piece of kit.
Jino30/01/2020 16:55

Charge the battery. Ususally mates put it on charge when go home.


Charge it where, in the magical usb on outside of tree or rocks.
northwales30/01/2020 17:24

Charge it where, in the magical usb on outside of tree or rocks.



I am speaking about work in bus garage. Outside - are you carrying batteries and the leave them under the bush?
Rechargable are holding for 6 hours? And how long do you need light outdoors? But seems you do not know what are you speaking about - just arquing.
Jino30/01/2020 18:21

I am speaking about work in bus garage. Outside - are you carrying …I am speaking about work in bus garage. Outside - are you carrying batteries and the leave them under the bush? Rechargable are holding for 6 hours? And how long do you need light outdoors? But seems you do not know what are you speaking about - just arquing.


Would seem it would be who doesn't know. I am talking about if it runs out of charge, for any number of reasons. I could be out hiking for days at a time, 6 hours is pointless for several nights.
All over ebay headtorches that use rechargeable18650 lithium batteries, some charge by usb some by a round pin plug, lasts for hours on one battery but takes two. The one I bought 312800379312 and 391885641143 ebay listing numbers torch and charger,no batteries supplied but better to get genuine in UK than fake Chinese
consume30/01/2020 15:49

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Thanks for the post pic, I have now seen the light!......it's on the top of my head
northwales30/01/2020 13:42

Hahahah, so if your out and about or using it for work purposes and …Hahahah, so if your out and about or using it for work purposes and battery runs on your non removable rechargeable battery, then what.



Guess a powerbank would be ideal in that case.
Jino30/01/2020 18:21

I am speaking about work in bus garage. Outside - are you carrying …I am speaking about work in bus garage. Outside - are you carrying batteries and the leave them under the bush? Rechargable are holding for 6 hours? And how long do you need light outdoors? But seems you do not know what are you speaking about - just arquing.


Jino, what do you do for work mate?
Zilina30/01/2020 12:16

This is an old model... but like most Lenser stuff it will probably last …This is an old model... but like most Lenser stuff it will probably last forever so worth £24.99 .Personally I'd invest in a newer model as the battery pack is huge and cumbersome and newer LED chips and circuitry are way more efficient and produce less heat.



I had this older model and the silver around the lens broke meaning it won't stay together any more. It's useless, I've tried all sorts of glues and nothing works.
omgpleasespamme30/01/2020 20:59

I had this older model and the silver around the lens broke meaning it …I had this older model and the silver around the lens broke meaning it won't stay together any more. It's useless, I've tried all sorts of glues and nothing works.



Try contacting Lenser as most parts are available as spares... you can pretty much replace every part of Lenser flashlights
Edited by: "Zilina" 30th Jan
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