Rechargable Cordless 60 LED Workshop Light £6.99 @ ALDI
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Rechargable Cordless 60 LED Workshop Light £6.99 @ ALDI

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Found 3rd Jan 2015Made hot 3rd Jan 2015
Clearance price.

Keep one in the boot for emergencies or use in the garage for extra lighting. 3 yr warranty.

...60 bright White LEDs
...Plastic rotary hook
...Includes Mains Adaptor/Charger and Car Adaptor/Charger

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i have 2 of these for work. 2yrs no problems.
i thought they were a bargain when i paid £9.99.

i bought one of these about 7 years ago to keep in the boot, and which i use regularly (2-3 times/week)...apart the fact they can take a lot of abuse (oil,rain, drops) without any problem, the last time i charge it, if i remember correctly was more than a year ago maybe two!...in fact i have no idea where the charger is...if the quality is still as good as the first batches this is great led lamp

Banned

have one,the build quality is nice. but the light output matches that of my Phones Flashlight,lol.

the light output is great. I use it for the loft, well worth the money

always keep one in da trunk. well worth da $$$$

This sounds ideal for my guinea pig shed.

brill for my garage as the door is at the back and the only light switch is at the front! very bad planning!

Voted hot. Same generic model cost me £10 from B&Q a few weeks ago Battery lasts ages and bright enough to light up a medium sized room in a power cut. Only minor issue is you cant use the light whilst charging but I will be modifying this torch so it can use an external DC source. Buy it - you will wont regret it at this price and with 3 year warranty.

Purchased one 2 years ago for camping, runs for several hours from full charge, can also operate at the same time as charging so your never without light.

WaftyCranker

Voted hot. Same generic model cost me £10 from B&Q a few weeks ago … Voted hot. Same generic model cost me £10 from B&Q a few weeks ago Battery lasts ages and bright enough to light up a medium sized room in a power cut. Only minor issue is you cant use the light whilst charging but I will be modifying this torch so it can use an external DC source. Buy it - you will wont regret it at this price and with 3 year warranty.



What makes you think you can not operate why charging, I use mine for camping and plug it into a mains hook up to keep it operating through the night if needed, mine is from aldi around 2 years ago, mine has an led that is red why charging and turns green once charged, only difference is if you are operating and charging at the same time it takes longer to charge.

Edited by: "POWYSWALES" 4th Jan 2015

Managed to get a 60 led one a while back from clas ohlson for £7.99 delivered and it really is super bright. The last one I picked up from Lidl was only a 30 led model and is very poor in comparison, although it does have a magnetic clamp the lamp can clip into. It also has a rather rubbish 2 prong connector for charging unlike the standard power jack type on the clas ohlson that can obviously be plugged in quickly.

If this one's like the Class ohlson, its worth the £6.99 easily.

G

POWYSWALES

What makes you think you can not operate why charging, I use mine for … What makes you think you can not operate why charging, I use mine for camping and plug it into a mains hook up to keep it operating through the night if needed, mine is from aldi around 2 years ago, mine has an led that is red why charging and turns green once charged, only difference is if you are operating and charging at the same time it takes longer to charge.



Because the booklet says :-

"WARNING: Do not operate the lamp whilst charging.
1. Make sure On/Off switch is set to the Off position with the O pushed down"

My lamp also has a red charging led which turns green when fully charged
Edited by: "WaftyCranker" 4th Jan 2015

badgerrules

This sounds ideal for my guinea pig shed.



Please take care as the LED's give out a very intense white light and can hurt your eyes if you look at directly at the top of them
May be an idea to wrap the lamp in a white carrier bag or white paper to diffuse the light to protect your pets eyes.
Another idea might be to cover the ceiling or wall of the shed with an off white colored paint ( to soften the white light ) then point the lamp at the wall or ceiling so the light reflects back into the shed

Edited by: "WaftyCranker" 4th Jan 2015

WaftyCranker

Please take care as the LED's give out a very intense white light and can … Please take care as the LED's give out a very intense white light and can hurt your eyes if you look at directly at the top of themMay be an idea to wrap the lamp in a white carrier bag or white paper to diffuse the light to protect your pets eyes.Another idea might be to cover the ceiling or wall of the shed with an off white colored paint ( to soften the white light ) then point the lamp at the wall or ceiling so the light reflects back into the shed



Thanks for the advice i will probably place it behind where they sleep so they wont be able to look at it. But i will definatly keep what you have said in mind.

Godspeed

Managed to get a 60 led one a while back from clas ohlson for £7.99 … Managed to get a 60 led one a while back from clas ohlson for £7.99 delivered and it really is super bright. The last one I picked up from Lidl was only a 30 led model and is very poor in comparison, although it does have a magnetic clamp the lamp can clip into. It also has a rather rubbish 2 prong connector for charging unlike the standard power jack type on the clas ohlson that can obviously be plugged in quickly.If this one's like the Class ohlson, its worth the £6.99 easily.G


Wow, thanks for that Class Ohlson advertisement, could you possibly mention Class Ohlson one more freaking time in your shill post??? If you bothered to read the description, this IS a 60 LED lamp, maybe if you spent more time reading the post and not shilling for C O, people would care about your replies!
Edited by: "drewsup" 4th Jan 2015

Oh and I got it from clas ohlson by the way! (only item I've ever purchased from them as the rest of the stuff is overpriced ****)

These are brilliant my feller uses it for fishing and in the shed or even if the lecky goes dead handy

Wow going tomorrow to get very cheap need a light

Anyone got one, none in Aldi's when I went, tried my two local stores.

looks like sold out in store, anywhere else have them this cheap
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