422°
EXPIRED
Ultra Powerful (CREE) LED Headlight / Headlamp / Headtorch (Ref. 7DAHL) - WITH ENERGIZER BATTERIES - ONE TIME DEAL !! £4.99 delivered @ 7dayshop
 Ultra Powerful (CREE) LED Headlight / Headlamp / Headtorch (Ref. 7DAHL) - WITH ENERGIZER BATTERIES - ONE TIME DEAL !! £4.99 delivered @ 7dayshop

Ultra Powerful (CREE) LED Headlight / Headlamp / Headtorch (Ref. 7DAHL) - WITH ENERGIZER BATTERIES - ONE TIME DEAL !! £4.99 delivered @ 7dayshop

Buy forBuy forBuy for£4.99
GETGet dealVisit site and get deal
An ULTRA powerful CREE LED headlight just the job for many uses. With Batteries Included too! Please Note: This headlight uses a MEGA bright (and more costly) CREE LED bulb and will no doubt be seen from many miles away. The central beam gives a useable/discernible spot up to at least 150 feet away and the secondary beam is around 5 foot wide at 4 feet away. The dual beam reflector makes this neat and lightweight unit really suitable for many uses including cycling, dog walking, fishing, camping etc. etc. - Look into it on full power at your peril (Really NOT Recommended!), I tried it tonight for a few seconds and am still seeing "stars" after 15 minutes !!
Ultra comfortable, stretching and fully adjustable 3 way headstrap with soft (fine velvet?) material and forehead pad for extra user comfort and a safe fit.
Lots of uses including cycling, walking, in the garage and anywhere you need hands free lighting. A REALLY superb product at a great price, especially given that it includes the required Energizer Alkaline batteries too !!!
Water Resistant design with silver body with black strap
On/Off Clicker on top of unit.
Uses 3 x AAA Energizer Alkaline Batteries which are also Included !
Supplied in Eco white box packaging.
Supplied with 3 blister wrapped Energizer AAA (LR03) Alkaline batteries and 1 Year Warranty with 90 day full money back if not 101% satisfied !!

48 Comments

How much are the replacement bulbs?

boonergooner

How much are the replacement bulbs?


i suppose LEDs got a huge life span .. they last forever..

SHOWMAN36

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ultra-powerful-cree-led-headlight-h/774521




Why are you linking to the same thread?

g1e2d3

Why are you linking to the same thread?



Different thread already posted obviously oO

Original Poster

my deal is a diff price

SHOWMAN36

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ultra-powerful-cree-led-headlight-h/774521

boonergooner

How much are the replacement bulbs?

SHOWMAN36

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ultra-powerful-cree-led-headlight-h/774521





C'mon, keep up!


dennissabre

Different thread already posted obviously oO



Look at the numbers at the end of the address you quoted now look at the numbers at the end of the current url in your address bar..see any similarities there ?;)

Banned

Stop squabbling! Get a (decent) life!!
Edited by: "seefman" 10th Oct 2010

Banned

Sorry meant to post this -

hotukdeals.com/dea…144

It was 50p cheaper a month ago so it's hardly a "ONE TIME DEAL !!" is it.;)

Awesome light - I use one on my cycling hat - great value

Seems just a regular price to me. There are masses of head lamps for between £3 and £6 on ebay and other sites, i.e. extremedleal
dealextreme.com/sea…amp

Edited by: "pet2000" 10th Oct 2010

pet2000

Seems just a regular price to me. There are masses of head lamps for … Seems just a regular price to me. There are masses of head lamps for between £3 and £6 on ebay and other sites, i.e. extremedlealhttp://www.dealextreme.com/search.dx/search.head%20lamp



There are lots of cheap ones, but not all LEDs are equally bright. The one posted here *should* be noticably better.

Nice deal...thanks for posting...heat added, cheers.....and a quick word to the 'but its been posted before' tools.....not everyone is as sad as you and are not glued to the internet 24/7....think on

If you look at the video for this on 7dayshops site - it says £4.49 delivered so it has actually gone up in price. Cree leds are very good but this is not a HOT deal IMHO as it has actually gone up in price

Dr Zoidberg

There are lots of cheap ones, but not all LEDs are equally bright. The … There are lots of cheap ones, but not all LEDs are equally bright. The one posted here *should* be noticably better.


I disagree. A Cree lamp is a Cree lamp. You can get them from £3.50 elsewhere (auction sites and others).

Just got one for son to help him pick up the dog poo in the dark. I'm sure he'll be pleased. ;-)

The trouble is, if you’re comparing the ultra high brightness torches, then yes, Cree are up there with the highest output devices, possibly edging the Philips Luxeon based units. However, those are Power LEDs, and there are many different types from each manufacturer, with varying capabilities and performance specs. It’s not sufficient, in my view, to simply say “it’s got a Cree, so it must be the brightest”. Cree make a vast range of LED devices including LEDs that are Power LEDs, and also conventional super-bright leds, and others. It’s a bit too general to just refer to “Cree” as if there’s only going to be one predictable type of module in there. Also, there are lesser-known manufacturers in the far east competing with Cree and Luxeons, often quite successfully, but without so much of a price premium from trading on the name brand. The mania for mentioning “Cree” without specifying which actual module is promoting the danger of it becoming a generic trade mark, in the same way that people now refer to all vacuum cleaners as a “Hoover” or all hook and loop fasteners as “Velcro” or all unwanted email as “Spam”.

So how bright is this light? I currently use a p7 torch strapped to my bike helmet when I'm mountain biking in the dark, that throws out 900 lumen , these torchs can be picked up fairly cheaply from deal extreme

Edited by: "souljacker" 10th Oct 2010

arpster

Nice deal...thanks for posting...heat added, cheers.....and a quick word … Nice deal...thanks for posting...heat added, cheers.....and a quick word to the 'but its been posted before' tools.....not everyone is as sad as you and are not glued to the internet 24/7....think on



Here Here! Well said. I bought this a couple of weeks ago and it's excellent. Much better than I thought it would be for under a fiver.

I take it you're referring to the LED Lenser P7?
If so it's either 170 or 200 lumen dependant on which version you bought, not 900.
I can't see this being anywhere near as good as the p7 as the lens has a very unique design to prevent light leaking where as I would say the manufacturer may have cut the bottom of a jam jar for this!

souljacker

So how bright is this light? I currently use a p7 torch strapped to my … So how bright is this light? I currently use a p7 torch strapped to my bike helmet when I'm mountain biking in the dark, that throws out 900 lumen , these torchs can be picked up fairly cheaply from deal extreme

Poundland do a good one for a pound that takes 3 x AA batteries and is good for what it is ie cheap Chinese tat

There's no end of Cree head torches on Ebay for similar money. I don't see what makes this one from 7DS anything special. Based on the price it will probably be around 270-300 Lm which isn't that bright.

I got a similar torch from poundland- no batteries inc. so I use nimh(x3!) -less landfill.
Don't care about what leds it's got as it's far brighter than I expected so I'm well happy with it.

edit- made me laugh at the exact same questions being asked by same peeps - agree #9
Edited by: "spakkker" 10th Oct 2010

u0421793

The trouble is, if you’re comparing the ultra high brightness torches, t … The trouble is, if you’re comparing the ultra high brightness torches, then yes, Cree are up there with the highest output devices, possibly edging the Philips Luxeon based units. However, those are Power LEDs, and there are many different types from each manufacturer, with varying capabilities and performance specs. It’s not sufficient, in my view, to simply say “it’s got a Cree, so it must be the brightest”. Cree make a vast range of LED devices including LEDs that are Power LEDs, and also conventional super-bright leds, and others. It’s a bit too general to just refer to “Cree” as if there’s only going to be one predictable type of module in there. Also, there are lesser-known manufacturers in the far east competing with Cree and Luxeons, often quite successfully, but without so much of a price premium from trading on the name brand. The mania for mentioning “Cree” without specifying which actual module is promoting the danger of it becoming a generic trade mark, in the same way that people now refer to all vacuum cleaners as a “Hoover” or all hook and loop fasteners as “Velcro” or all unwanted email as “Spam”.


I do agree with your definition. Now, who is to say that the Cree lamp for £3.50 is not as good as the Cree lamp for £4.99 (neither has stated a particular type). It seems the only way we can judge how good a lamp is by user feedback (which is subjective) or ordering several and keep the best. However, by choosing a lamp with some name on it, you have at least some assurance that you will get something decent, if not the best value. 7-dayshop stuff is hit-and-miss. I've had some excellent goods from them (e.g. batteries) and some cr***y goods too.
Edited by: "pet2000" 10th Oct 2010

cheers ordered

I bought 3! - useful to have one in the car, garage and house

spakkker

I got a similar torch from poundland- no batteries inc. so I use … I got a similar torch from poundland- no batteries inc. so I use nimh(x3!) -less landfill.Don't care about what leds it's got as it's far brighter than I expected so I'm well happy with it.edit- made me laugh at the exact same questions being asked by same peeps - agree #9


Thanks for that but there is a big difference between LEDs and crees, crees have a great range. It's worth buy on of these just to compare the difference.

ConorOH

I take it you're referring to the LED Lenser P7?If so it's either 170 or … I take it you're referring to the LED Lenser P7?If so it's either 170 or 200 lumen dependant on which version you bought, not 900. I can't see this being anywhere near as good as the p7 as the lens has a very unique design to prevent light leaking where as I would say the manufacturer may have cut the bottom of a jam jar for this!



No - he is referring to a torch with a proper P7.

The LED Lenser P7 is unfortunately named because it doesnt actually use a P7 emittor.

Proper P7s should in theory be able to be driven to 900 lumens although most of those available only manage 5-600 I understand due to the electronics not delivering enough power.

Looks good for £4.99 delivered.

1% quidco aswell

Hear hear not here here

Pedantic moi

Banned

Cree, eh?
For Jafars only, no doubt.oO

Moneyspider

I bought 3! - useful to have one in the car, garage and house



Or if you have 3 heads!

Banned

arpster

Nice deal...thanks for posting...heat added, cheers.....and a quick word … Nice deal...thanks for posting...heat added, cheers.....and a quick word to the 'but its been posted before' tools.....not everyone is as sad as you and are not glued to the internet 24/7....think on



Oh your so right! Its about time someone with a real life came and put us all in our place.talking about "tools" how is the STD clinic today I'm sure it'll clear up in a month or 2 just keep taking the antibiotics.
Edited by: "SHOWMAN36" 10th Oct 2010

ConorOH

I take it you're referring to the LED Lenser P7?If so it's either 170 or … I take it you're referring to the LED Lenser P7?If so it's either 170 or 200 lumen dependant on which version you bought, not 900. I can't see this being anywhere near as good as the p7 as the lens has a very unique design to prevent light leaking where as I would say the manufacturer may have cut the bottom of a jam jar for this!



i was referring to this, which is advertised as 900 lumen, works great as a head torch for mounatin biking, i also have a couple on the handlebars

dealextreme.com/det…325

simate

How about a 38 million candle power torch, stuff Cree bulbs … How about a 38 million candle power torch, stuff Cree bulbs lol.http://gizmodo.com/351913/maxablaster-flashlight-burns-skin-clouds-vampireshttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-513644/Worlds-brightest-torch-lights-objects-miles-away.html



yeah becuase you could use that as a head torch couldn't you?

Got one of these a month back. I would estimate it to around 150 lumen. The beam is not a bad balance between throw and spot but maybe more spot. You couldn't use it for anything even remotely energetic as the potion of light will just drop down (well on mine any way). I've thrown it into the back of the car for emergency use. I use a led lenser H7 for off-road night running chainreactioncycles.com/Mod…780 and the brightness is similar.

Thanks been thinking of getting another brighter head lamp

good price
cheers Gra
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text