Ledlenser P14 Professional LED Torch (Black) - Gift Box, 500901 £31.99 Amazon
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Ledlenser P14 Professional LED Torch (Black) - Gift Box, 500901 £31.99 Amazon

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Found 26th Nov
For night owls. And those who want to become one. Four AA batteries. The Ledlenser P14 doesn't need more to turn night into day. With light output of up to 800 lm , its beam can penetrate up to 350 m into the night. Additionally the P14, like all lights in the P-Series, has a standardized function range -ideal for those who value good design combined with uncomplicated functionality.


  • Excellent Ledlenser lighting quality -Brightness, beam distance and lighting duration are ideally coordinated for the energy source
  • Battery operated - Four AA alkaline batteries (mignon, 1.5 V) are used
  • For a long lifetime - Robust metal housing and high-quality gold contacts

22 Comments

Original Poster

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This isn’t rechargeable and won’t hold my charge

But you can use 4 rechargeable batteries in it.

Not sure about the lumens. I think it’s 210 and then 250 on the 14.2

rincewynd62 m ago

But you can use 4 rechargeable batteries in it.


You sure can. They don’t last as long as regular batteries but if you keep 4 on charge then no problems.

Is this suitable for an amateur torch user?

greencode32 m ago

You sure can. They don’t last as long as regular batteries but if you keep …You sure can. They don’t last as long as regular batteries but if you keep 4 on charge then no problems.

Probably won’t be as bright with rechargeable batteries due to the slightly lower output.

stethorn1 m ago

Probably won’t be as bright with rechargeable batteries due to the s …Probably won’t be as bright with rechargeable batteries due to the slightly lower output.


Not hugely noticeable but I do notice the batteries lose charge pretty quickly.

nippykev33 m ago

Is this suitable for an amateur torch user?



Get a blf a6 xpl

Thank me later...
Edited by: "SRM_87" 26th Nov

A comment was there was no noticeable difference in brightness with batteries used. You can't have a bright light and not expect a high battery drain.

SRM_872 h, 16 m ago

Get a blf a6 xplThank me later...


Hi. What battery do you use for this and how long does it last?

At this price range and function I'd rather have a torch using the 18650 battery as used in laptop batteries.

Overpriced tat in a pretty package. Avoid.

presterjohn715 h, 20 m ago

Overpriced tat in a pretty package. Avoid.


Led Lenser (and Leatherman ...same company) are expensive, but is THE best quality you can get

manowarbruno2 h, 37 m ago

Led Lenser (and Leatherman ...same company) are expensive, but is THE best …Led Lenser (and Leatherman ...same company) are expensive, but is THE best quality you can get



manowarbruno2 h, 37 m ago

Led Lenser (and Leatherman ...same company) are expensive, but is THE best …Led Lenser (and Leatherman ...same company) are expensive, but is THE best quality you can get


Absolute rubbish. So laughable you sound like a cult member. Led Lenser is cheap tat in a pretty package end of. They are model T Fords disguised as Tesla's. You clearly have never owned a well made modern torch.

greencode2 h, 42 m ago

Why is it tat? Expand.


I own three. I bought them before I knew what a good torch was. Two have fallen apart and the remaining one is by the loft hatch for those occasional visits up in the attic. It does not deserve a place anywhere else in the house. The internal mechanism is very rudimentary with no regulation so you only get the light level they say you do for the first minute after that it is all downhill until you change the batteries. They have plastic lenses with no AR coating. The internals have way to much plastic in general in them for that matter. They are not waterproof either and dent very easily when dropped. They are the Beats headphones of the torch world. People think they are good because they have only ever had old school bulb based torches or pound shop LED lights before so they seem like a massive upgrade in quality.

presterjohn714 m ago

I own three. I bought them before I knew what a good torch was. Two have …I own three. I bought them before I knew what a good torch was. Two have fallen apart and the remaining one is by the loft hatch for those occasional visits up in the attic. It does not deserve a place anywhere else in the house. The internal mechanism is very rudimentary with no regulation so you only get the light level they say you do for the first minute after that it is all downhill until you change the batteries. They have plastic lenses with no AR coating. The internals have way to much plastic in general in them for that matter. They are not waterproof either and dent very easily when dropped. They are the Beats headphones of the torch world. People think they are good because they have only ever had old school bulb based torches or pound shop LED lights before so they seem like a massive upgrade in quality.


Can you recommend a good torch then. I’d be interested.

greencode22 m ago

Can you recommend a good torch then. I’d be interested.


If you want to stick to normal batteries then these are pretty good. amazon.co.uk/Thr…her


Edited by: "presterjohn71" 26th Nov

presterjohn7126th Nov

I own three. I bought them before I knew what a good torch was. Two have …I own three. I bought them before I knew what a good torch was. Two have fallen apart and the remaining one is by the loft hatch for those occasional visits up in the attic. It does not deserve a place anywhere else in the house. The internal mechanism is very rudimentary with no regulation so you only get the light level they say you do for the first minute after that it is all downhill until you change the batteries. They have plastic lenses with no AR coating. The internals have way to much plastic in general in them for that matter. They are not waterproof either and dent very easily when dropped. They are the Beats headphones of the torch world. People think they are good because they have only ever had old school bulb based torches or pound shop LED lights before so they seem like a massive upgrade in quality.



I own a p14 dropped it a few times still working fine; now 2-3 yrs old. Other cheaper torches have just died. However you can certainly get a fair bit brighter for less.
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