I have used the other similar light, Lepro 1500 lumen (15w) light couple of weeks back for around 8 hours on full power light mode and still working with same batteries now.
2 D cell duracell for £2 is good. You'll need 3 batteries though. Also unless you have the best batteries you won't get the 12 hours listed in the item. (y)
Oh I see, I did not check battery type before purchasing but I thought for the amount of light you do get from this, that all powerful lanterns would require a larger battery type. I managed to get the d type batteries from Morrisons as they were on sale. Here is the link to the batteries... https://groceries.morrisons.com/products/duracell-ultra-d-batteries-120262011 They are also available from Morrisons stores. https://groceries.morrisons.com/products/duracell-ultra-d-batteries-120262011
You've hit the nail on the head. I'm not voting cold, I'll be voting hot, because I think the product seems reasonably priced. But I'm also not going to buy one because I don't want to use disposable batteries, especially expensive D cells. I think the batteries will get the cold vote.
It's just Hotukdeals. Other than a general tendency for good deals, for popular products, to be voted hot, due to the wisdom of crowds, there is little rhyme or reason why some deals get voted hot, or not. A deal can go red hot one week, yet when posted at a better price a week later, go cold. The more niche the product, the more unpredictable the voting. I can guarantee you one thing though, you asking "why the cold votes?" will have definitely got this deal more cold votes. Edit: I've just noticed this takes D-cell disposable batteries. People hate disposable batteries, especially D-cells because they are expensive and not always easily available. That's probably another reason why people are voting cold.
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3 x AAA is so inconvenient and costly. You can get a decent 1xAA led torch from Screwfix for £8. The design and build quality is much better than this, it's waterproof too ELWIS 60032SF https://www.screwfix.com/p/elwis-60032sf-aluminium-led-torch-x-aa/4191P?
These are Garbage, look for single led £1 torches made by Object, very good for £1 Inc 3 X AAA battery a much better beam, I got mine in motorway services , I dont know how to upload photos to hukd sorry
Aren't these a £1 at poundland?
You look a complete knob wearing a headtorch. I love mine.... Electrics in an attic, or new builds without lighting in the winter , brilliant.
Cheap on CPC £3.24 Not sure what free postage is these days.. used to be a fiver spend
Posted 13th AprPosted 13th AprLocalLocal
BEHÄRSKA Lantern for block candle, white 26 cm £1 at IKEA Leeds£1£1090% offIKEA Deals
The warm light from the candle shines decoratively through the pattern on the lantern. Use only 1 block candle with a max. height of 15 cm and a max. diameter of 7 cm. The lantern … Read more
I feel your pain XD My FIRST order was (so I thought, given the PRICE and the fact it was FREE P+P) Tealight candle holders that turned out to be fer a medium to large sized candle jar, AKA a RESULT (y) My 2nd purchase was a set of 4 GOLD WIRE med-large candle holders, AGAIN at a giveaway (and free p+p) price, and thirdly, what could be SEEN as the same size (medium-large jar) candle holders BUT I believe ARE Tealight holders (works fer me EITHER way) OH yes, I'm RAPPIDLY coming to the conclusion that YANKEE BUNDLE postings <3 SHOULD BE BANNED, preferably B4 I go broke (lol) SOMEbody STOP me
Thanks been hoping these would drop a little. Bought the large single one just before Christmas and it’s lovely wish I’d got 2 of them!
Seems like a good deal - Yankee Candles are great! But I do wish everyone would stop posting everything listed on the Yankee Bundles website (lol) :)
Posted 1st JanPosted 1st Jan
Mini LED Fireplace Lantern Matte - Black £5.24 + £2.95 del at Roov£8Roov Deals
Product DescriptionMini LED Fireplace Lantern Matte Black On those dark, gloomy winter days, you want to give your home a cosy, relaxed and comfortable vibe. Thanks to the Mini LED… Read more
Looks same/similar to the Aldi ones - £3.99 I think.
I always as minimum try to have a couple of torches with fresh batteries. Having refurbished a power station and finding out just how little safety margin we have on the national grid was an eye opener. If in doubt just isolate your mains for an hour at night and see how you get on 👌
Likewise - like the OP, would have been handy during the brief power cut we had a year ago.
As much as i would love to buy, delivery is putting me off, but heat added for find!