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Tquens LED Torch Set 700 Lumens & Pocket-size 140 Lumens, Battery Included £5 prime / £9.49 non prime Sold by Spigen and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Tquens LED Torch Set 700 Lumens & Pocket-size 140 Lumens, Battery Included £5 prime / £9.49 non prime Sold by Spigen and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Posted 19th Nov 2019

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Great quality torches for the price. I bought these at £15 a couple of years ago!

Description
Tquens LED Lantern Product Features 1. Type 1 : 700 Lm - 5 Light Modes : FULL-SEMI-LOW-STROBE-SOS (Zoom Focus Function) - Battery type : AAA Batteries x 3 (included) - Maximum Lumens : 700 Lm (zoom in 1040 lm) - Working distance : 350m - Weight : 185g (with batteries) - Product size : 34x(H)137mm (=1.3x(H)5.4inches) 2. Type 2 : 140 Lm - 3 Light Modes : FULL-SEMI-FLASH (Zoom Focus Function) - Battery type : AA Batteries x 1 (included) - Maximum Lumens : 140 Lm (zoom in 307 lm) - Working distance : 150m - Weight : 80g (with batteries) - Product size : 25x(H)92mm (=0.9x(H)3.6inches) Tquens, Offers You Durable and Trust Worthy Life Style Products.

Features & details
TWO FLASHLIGHTS IN THE SET : 700 lm(zoom in 1040 lm) and 140 lm(zoom in 307 lm) (both max output) of ultra bright portable LED flashlights included in the set
ZOOM FOCUS FUNCTION : 5 light modes for bigger one 700 lm (FULL-SEMI-LOW-STROBE-SOS) and 3 mods for compact one 140 lm (FULL-SEMI-FLASH)
WATER RESISTANT & DURABLE : Water proof flashlights for using in rain or watery enviroment. Durable design and structure with skid-proof exterior finish.
BATTERY-POWERED : 700 lm - 3xAAA Batteries or 1x18650 Rechargeable Battery (1x18650 Battery and UK Type Wall Charger & 1xBattery Case for 3xAAA included)
BATTERY-POWERED : 140 lm - 1xAA Battery (1xAA Battery included)
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HotUKDealSeeker19/11/2019 10:17

This deal is £5 and it includes 2 torches, a 18650 battery and UK charger



If that's the case, steer well clear. A good 18650 costs around £5 and a tested to UK standards charger is around. £15
I would suggest this shop for those - 18650.uk
Lithium batteries are generally safe if they are genuine (and some homework is done), I would recommend protected ones for a novice user.
Whatever you do, PLEASE don't give these cells to a child (or let them use them), certainly not unprotected cheap fake cells (which these WILL be for this price), on a list of bad ideas that would rank quite high!
These lights will almost certainly not have reverse polarity protection built in, same for the battery, if you put them in the wrong way around, drop the, dent them etc they can explode. Wouldn't harm to read this - Battery Safety
You can use AA/AAA in these, so long as you use them you will have no worries, and they'll be safe for kids.
Edited by: "Stormpooper" 19th Nov 2019
Well, it could blow your hand off, or worse (because it 'vents' gases and the torch after a bit can't take the pressure). Any dropped/dented/damaged cell should be discarded really, but an AA is not going to explode like these could - that's why we use them in the UK for most items.
I gave a link, read it, or youtube it. Overcharging explosion this can happen if undercharged, dropped, dented, shorted out (damaged wrapper etc) - it's all a lot less likely if you you use a genuine protected cell.
I use these a LOT, and have a fair amount of knowledge on them - either take my advice or not
Just trying to help / prevent an accident.
Amazon selling them does NOT mean they have been tested or passed any sort of UK test. All it means is if the worse happens you'll have someone to sue, and even then they'll probably push you on to the seller (who's probably based in China)

Like I said, use AA/AAA and you'll be a lot safer. OR read up on it, get decent 18650 ones (and a decent torch - some have safety built in too) Even then I wouldn't give them to children, ever.
I won't go on anymore about it, just my experienced opinion.
Edited by: "Stormpooper" 19th Nov 2019
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ordered kids will love it
Edited by: "HotUKDealSeeker" 19th Nov 2019
Generic designs you can often pick up to a couple of quid each from china. £9.50 with the battery and charger is ok but nothing special.

The quality varies hugely, fake emitters with wierd tints are common.
EndlessWaves19/11/2019 10:04

Generic designs you can often pick up to a couple of quid each from china. …Generic designs you can often pick up to a couple of quid each from china. £9.50 with the battery and charger is ok but nothing special.The quality varies hugely, fake emitters with wierd tints are common.


This deal is £5 and it includes 2 torches, a 18650 battery and UK charger
HotUKDealSeeker19/11/2019 10:17

This deal is £5 and it includes 2 torches, a 18650 battery and UK charger



If that's the case, steer well clear. A good 18650 costs around £5 and a tested to UK standards charger is around. £15
I would suggest this shop for those - 18650.uk
Lithium batteries are generally safe if they are genuine (and some homework is done), I would recommend protected ones for a novice user.
Whatever you do, PLEASE don't give these cells to a child (or let them use them), certainly not unprotected cheap fake cells (which these WILL be for this price), on a list of bad ideas that would rank quite high!
These lights will almost certainly not have reverse polarity protection built in, same for the battery, if you put them in the wrong way around, drop the, dent them etc they can explode. Wouldn't harm to read this - Battery Safety
You can use AA/AAA in these, so long as you use them you will have no worries, and they'll be safe for kids.
Edited by: "Stormpooper" 19th Nov 2019
Stormpooper19/11/2019 11:00

If that's the case, steer well clear. A good 18650 costs around £5 and a …If that's the case, steer well clear. A good 18650 costs around £5 and a tested to UK standards charger is around. £15I would suggest this shop for those - 18650.ukLithium batteries are generally safe if they are genuine (and some homework is done), I would recommend protected ones for a novice user.Whatever you do, PLEASE don't give it to a child, certainly not unprotected cells, on a list of bad ideas that would rank quite high!These lights will almost certainly not have reverse polarity protection built in, same for the battery, if you put them in the wrong way around, drop the, dent them etc they can explode. Wouldn't harm to read this - Battery SafetyYou can use AA/AAA in these, so long as you use them you will have no worries, and they'll be safe for kids.


So I can drop a AA/AAA but not a 18650?

When you say explode how big an explosion are we talking about? It is sold by Amazon, should be safe enough?
Well, it could blow your hand off, or worse (because it 'vents' gases and the torch after a bit can't take the pressure). Any dropped/dented/damaged cell should be discarded really, but an AA is not going to explode like these could - that's why we use them in the UK for most items.
I gave a link, read it, or youtube it. Overcharging explosion this can happen if undercharged, dropped, dented, shorted out (damaged wrapper etc) - it's all a lot less likely if you you use a genuine protected cell.
I use these a LOT, and have a fair amount of knowledge on them - either take my advice or not
Just trying to help / prevent an accident.
Amazon selling them does NOT mean they have been tested or passed any sort of UK test. All it means is if the worse happens you'll have someone to sue, and even then they'll probably push you on to the seller (who's probably based in China)

Like I said, use AA/AAA and you'll be a lot safer. OR read up on it, get decent 18650 ones (and a decent torch - some have safety built in too) Even then I wouldn't give them to children, ever.
I won't go on anymore about it, just my experienced opinion.
Edited by: "Stormpooper" 19th Nov 2019
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Should be expired?
As said earlier, these are pretty generic, and as far as I can see, none are 'water resistant'. I've got two, from previous deals, and both mist up in damp conditions and allow water ingress into the LED area if you ride through a downpour.
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