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Proteam Remote Controlled Rechargeable Utility Light - £9.97
Proteam Remote Controlled Rechargeable Utility Light - £9.97

Proteam Remote Controlled Rechargeable Utility Light - £9.97

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Proteam 360/03 - Remote Controlled Rechargeable Utility Light is just £9.97 at Amazon.co.uk

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Description : Strong ABS construction, Portable with built in carry handle Powered by 4 D cell batteries (not included) Great For camping and caravanning, water resistant.

Features: Comes with BS Plug & Charger | Water Resistant | Batteries Included In Remote Control | Complies To EMC, CE And LVD | On / Off Switch | Override switch | Fully rechargeable

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Original Poster

A wee bigger image

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[COLOR=darkred]Proteam 360/01 - All Weather Camping Light
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Price: £5.97 (free delivery on orders over £15)

Where: Amazon.co.uk

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Ideal light compact and fully rechargeable camping light. Full remote control action. Ideal for camping and caravanning. Bright U Tube fluorescent tube

Useful Thanks edi!

rayman

Useful Thanks edi!



How big is it, I cant find any sizes....what does it mean rechargeable when batteries arent supplied??? I'm looking for 3 so got to be right...

edi

[COLOR=darkred]Proteam 360/01 - All Weather Camping Light [/COLOR]Price: … [COLOR=darkred]Proteam 360/01 - All Weather Camping Light [/COLOR]Price: £5.97 (free delivery on orders over £15)Where: Amazon.co.ukIdeal light compact and fully rechargeable camping light. Full remote control action. Ideal for camping and caravanning. Bright U Tube fluorescent tube



Got a feeling folks that this one is not recharchable and doesn't have a remote, certainly the one in the picture doesn't.
Very misleading.

great timing!
Now that the evenings are drawing in, need to get some cordless lighting in the garage where I've put a drumkit.
My teenage son was using a a headband-light and I don't think it was probably the best way to go.
cheers
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