LED LENSER H7r (rechargeable) head torch 200 lumens £32.12 @ Amazon now £31.90!!
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LED LENSER H7r (rechargeable) head torch 200 lumens £32.12 @ Amazon now £31.90!!

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Found 15th Oct 2013
GENUINE supplied by amazon inc delivery (standard) the simply superb Led lenser head torch, this not to be confused with inferiour import style. Life time guarantee!!

This is fantastic and can be charged by mains or USB all included

I have owned this for last year and it is absolutely great, variable dimmer, comfy to wear, doesn't get hot, and no batteries to pay for, you can charge in car using a standard 12v USB adaptor (often on eBay for 99p etc). I own various led torches and high end ones this is simply fantastic, and many on certain auction sites are fake nice to know from amazon you get the real thing.

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Voted hot I paid £100 for my 355 lumens Petzl.

Original Poster

UPDATE NOW £31.90

I wore something similar at a music festival many moons ago, was handy for taking a **** in the dark

Dont get me wrong its a good price but its a standard price now so not a hot deal for me.

rhinopaul

Dont get me wrong its a good price but its a standard price now so not a … Dont get me wrong its a good price but its a standard price now so not a hot deal for me.



http://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Lenser-Rechargeable-Head-Lamp-Black/product/B001PMP340?context=browse

Lowest price ever on Amazon.

Led Lenser make superb torches,well worth the money,hot

BUT every seller has them for the same price. How is this a deal?

Ahbugger

http://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Lenser-Rechargeable-Head-Lamp-Black/product/B001PMP340?context=browseLowest price ever on Amazon.


It might be but it's still an average price. A good indicator are the other sellers on Amazon and Google

Looking on Google, Amazons price comes in well under - voted hot thanks OP

google.co.uk/sea…F-8

I've got a genuine lenser one and a fake Chinese one. Thing is they're exactly the same build quality and brightness. Only difference is the writing on the headband and one cost £6

MrChop

Voted hot I paid £100 for my 355 lumens Petzl.


Nothing to be proud of - you've overpaid 16 times.

cRuNcHiE

I've got a genuine lenser one and a fake Chinese one. Thing is they're … I've got a genuine lenser one and a fake Chinese one. Thing is they're exactly the same build quality and brightness. Only difference is the writing on the headband and one cost £6


Yep you can get a chinese metal hand torch with 300 lumens for £3.

the mechanism that allows you to tilt the head unit isn't great, I have broken two. might be OK for occasional use

I bought one of the Chinese ones from Amazon for about £20 and the battery pack melted to our lasses head. Very nearly a VERY nasty accident.

Be very careful esp if giving the cheap Chinese copies to children.

Hey cRuNcHiE, would be interested in taking a look at the cheap version, do you have a description or link? Thanks

I've had this on my Amazon wish list for a few weeks now since my trusty old Energizer head lamp disappeared after a camping trip.

I'm looking for a replacement and considering this, a Silva Trail Runner and a Petzl Tikka XP2 (all similar prices on Amazon).

I use head torches for DIY work and camping so having a tilting lamp is beneficial, but I also want to use it for night fell running/walking so power, lightness and stability are important. Not sure which to get. Can anyone recommend one over another?

we use them at work and paid 45+ for them. Solid build but if i was paying you can get a 8000 lumen for 50. All depends on what you want and are going to use it for. BUT this is recommended if you dont want to go the chinese import route

Banned

If I could vote cold twice, I would.
First, it's Amazon ( spit ! ) tax avoiders.
You should be soundly ashamed of yourself for helping them to steal £Millions from our country!
2. I can not see how it is 10 times better than the 3 "ordinary" ones I already have !

Now you will no doubt try to convince me that you are better, in some way than the illegal imigrants who are robbing our NHS and country blind!
Edited by: "Pluun" 25th Oct 2013

How waterproof are these? I bought a cheapish one for a night climb of Mt Fuji last year. It absolutely **** down the entire torturous climb and the head torch I had broke a few hours into the ordeal.

Lawsie

I've had this on my Amazon wish list for a few weeks now since my trusty … I've had this on my Amazon wish list for a few weeks now since my trusty old Energizer head lamp disappeared after a camping trip. I'm looking for a replacement and considering this, a Silva Trail Runner and a Petzl Tikka XP2 (all similar prices on Amazon).I use head torches for DIY work and camping so having a tilting lamp is beneficial, but I also want to use it for night fell running/walking so power, lightness and stability are important. Not sure which to get. Can anyone recommend one over another?



I can't comment on the other torches that you mentioned but I have had a genuine Lenser for a few years.
I have used it to guide my myself through thick morning fog my boat while navigating a very winding river and it was great.
Very piercing beam.
Just be careful of cheap imitations and only get from reputable suppliers.

[quote=Pluun]If I could vote cold twice, I would.
First, it's Amazon ( spit ! ) tax avoiders.
You should be soundly ashamed of yourself for helping them to steal £Millions from our country!
2. I can not see how it is 10 times better than the 3 "ordinary" ones I already have !

Now you will no doubt try to convince me that you are better, in some way than the illegal imigrants who are robbing our NHS and country blind!

You only pay corporation tax on profits. Given the continued losses at Amazon I don't think we are missing out!

"Amazon, the world's largest online retailer, saw its losses narrow in the third quarter as its sales grew more than expected.
It reported a net loss of $41m (£25m) for the July-September period. That is down from $274m a year earlier."

bbc.co.uk/new…478

Great for break-ins as you can keep your hands free for nickin' ...

I never realised that Amazon was a loss maker.
Companies like Starbucks which make heaps of profit should certainly pay tax, but if a company is making big losses, I'm not too fussed if they don't pay tax.

I would be interested to know how much Amaazon's UK arm (only), made/lost.
Last year, Amazon UK did make a profit.

Hi, I'm a marshall for an event called the Omm. I'm just posting to tell you all that we use the cheap poundland torches.

I bought one of these a while ago and use it every evening to pick up our dog poo in the back garden. The on/off switch is a little too fragile for a torch of this price point and it sticks on or does not switch on. Great light output but disappointed in the mechanism. Looks to me it is great for occasional use
Edited by: "jayok" 25th Oct 2013

I don't get it, is it £32.12 down to £31.90? so a 22p saving makes this hot ;-)

Pluun

If I could vote cold twice, I would.First, it's Amazon ( spit ! ) tax … If I could vote cold twice, I would.First, it's Amazon ( spit ! ) tax avoiders. :pYou should be soundly ashamed of yourself for helping them to steal £Millions from our country! :p2. I can not see how it is 10 times better than the 3 "ordinary" ones I already have !Now you will no doubt try to convince me that you are better, in some way than the illegal imigrants who are robbing our NHS and country blind!


Daily Mail reader by any chance?

Used this for night orienteering. This thing is VERY bright for its price. A colleague of mine turned it on while the light was facing himself and he swore that he will never do this again. You will go blind if you look at it directly oO

Banned

Smoggy71

Daily Mail reader by any chance?


Nope.
I don't read ANY newspapers.

Chav by any chance?

Lawsie

I've had this on my Amazon wish list for a few weeks now since my trusty … I've had this on my Amazon wish list for a few weeks now since my trusty old Energizer head lamp disappeared after a camping trip. I'm looking for a replacement and considering this, a Silva Trail Runner and a Petzl Tikka XP2 (all similar prices on Amazon).I use head torches for DIY work and camping so having a tilting lamp is beneficial, but I also want to use it for night fell running/walking so power, lightness and stability are important. Not sure which to get. Can anyone recommend one over another?



Looking for a running light myself, this deal seems much brighter than those and even the (£55 at the moment, got it on camel watch) silva trail plus only kicks out 80 lumens. Still think I'll go with the plus just so the batteries can be worn on my arm though

jayok

I bought one of these a while ago and use it every evening to pick up our … I bought one of these a while ago and use it every evening to pick up our dog poo in the back garden. The on/off switch is a little too fragile for a torch of this price point and it sticks on or does not switch on. Great light output but disappointed in the mechanism. Looks to me it is great for occasional use



Of Course the mechanism sticks if you use it to pick up dog poo, use a bag like everyone else.....:p

I only have the standard Non rechargeable unit but it's still going strong and a cracking bit of kit. loads of chinese kits with better output, but that doesn't mean this isn't a good buy, as it is!

Hawt despite being only 22p rofl..

simply irresistible!

Pluun

Nope.I don't read ANY newspapers.Chav by any chance?



You may well be a chav, but I won't hold that against you. Just because your spelling and grammar are poor, does not necessarily indicate a lack of intelligence. Your views, however, do appear to align closely with that of the Daily Mail demographic.
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