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Maglite Torch 2D Cell.. HALF PRICE £15, was £29.99.. Plus another 10% off today between 12-2pm.. Today Only (I think).. Also 10% code thru Quidco + 3% cashback @ Halfords
Maglite Torch 2D Cell.. HALF PRICE £15, was £29.99.. Plus another 10% off today between 12-2pm.. Today Only (I think).. Also 10% code thru Quidco + 3% cashback @ Halfords

Maglite Torch 2D Cell.. HALF PRICE £15, was £29.99.. Plus another 10% off today between 12-2pm.. Today Only (I think).. Also 10% code thru Quidco + 3% cashback @ Halfords

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Maglite Torch 2D Cell HALF PRICE £15, was £29.99
Plus another 10% off today between 12-2pm.
Today Only (I think)
Also 10% code thru Quidco + 3% cashback.
I make that £11.55 Total.

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MAGLITE 2D CELL TORCH BLACK

The Maglite 2D Cell Torch features a variety of different light settings, from spot light to flood light, making this torch very useful in all circumstances.
MAGLITE 2D CELL TORCH BLACK EXTRA INFO:

Water and shock resistant.
Spare lamp safely secured inside the tailcap.
Recessed, push button, self cleaning, 3 switch position.
Anodized inside and out for improved corrosion resistance.
Rugged, machined aluminium construction with knurled design.

12 Comments

Isnt the 10% code from Quidco off motoring products only? Still hot though

nice blunt tool, but the light output of these (without a costly LED makeover is frankly ridiculous)

Invest in either this & factor in an upgrade, or buy a decent LED torch from the outset, maglite used to be a player but rested on their laurels & lost their lead.
(you'd look a bit daft giving this to anyone who owns even one led torch imho), & this is what i'd expect to pay at the max price for this old technology.

yep, personally I wouldn't buy any torch now with a filament bulb, the LED alternatives are generally much better. You can get a better torch, cheaper, but if you have to have a maglite then it's not a bad price

True, led torches make much more sense as inly light energy is produced, not heat. I would refrain from using a none led as a light, unless i am using it as a heater.

Led lenser is the way to go now, smaller, lighter, the batteries last longer and the light output is amazing. I've got one of the smallest lenders that works on 3 watch batteries and is the size of 2 cigarette filters and that is brighter than my 2xD maglite. Buy one as a club but not as a torch.

luridtricycle

Led lenser is the way to go now, smaller, lighter, the batteries last … Led lenser is the way to go now, smaller, lighter, the batteries last longer and the light output is amazing. I've got one of the smallest lenders that works on 3 watch batteries and is the size of 2 cigarette filters and that is brighter than my 2xD maglite. Buy one as a club but not as a torch.

Can't you afford one for yourself?

You can buy the LED conversion for these but they are almost as much as the original torch which is pretty stupid.
Maglite missed a valuable marketing opportunity to offer a free retrofit for their loyal customers imo
Conversion kit
Edited by: "fairytooth" 16th Dec 2014

amazon.co.uk/gp/…1_2?qid=1418723225&sr=1-2π=AC_SX200_QL40

if must be maglite this is a far better option. yes dearer but 5x the power

Nostalgic voting?

The one I posted from Costco shows how far torch tech has moved on from the old maglite days.

For an extra £2 you get one of the brightest torches available (without looking at really expensive ones), batteries included, and it's even a better club being 3 D cells.

hotukdeals.com/dea…e=2

dont get me wrong, like my led lenser and fenix torches, but still like the old maglites, they simply work. they will outlast any led torch

Infiltrator

Nostalgic voting?The one I posted from Costco shows how far torch tech … Nostalgic voting?The one I posted from Costco shows how far torch tech has moved on from the old maglite days. For an extra £2 you get one of the brightest torches available (without looking at really expensive ones), batteries included, and it's even a better club being 3 D cells.http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/costco-feit-1000-lumens-led-torch-15-59-2071325?page=2#post23670098




except that they are now £23

Magister

except that they are now £23



Did you read the post?

£15.58 is the instore price, I posted the deal as an instore deal.
Apparently £23 is the online price - but I've never checked.
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