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LED Lenser P7.2 Professional LED Torch Gift Boxed £24.99 @ Maplins
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Product overview • Brilliant all-rounder medium sized torch offering exceptional performance, durability and efficiency • Energy efficient CREE Power offering increased bulb life … Read more
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Mine arrived today, really happy with the quality of the build , plus it came free with the keyring torch. Excellent value for £24.99 .
nougat2 h, 3 m ago

Lost me there chief. Quit while you're ahead. Bye


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y_am_I_buying_this7 h, 55 m ago

I never said u was referring to batteries or made a dig at yourself. So …I never said u was referring to batteries or made a dig at yourself. So take that chip off ur shoulder. I was purely stating the website said it was rechargeable and in the next step it said runs off batteries



Lost me there chief. Quit while you're ahead. Bye
Out of stock in stores too.
nougat1 h, 1 m ago

Argh. I see now, you are unfamiliar with Maglite terminology. Don't worry …Argh. I see now, you are unfamiliar with Maglite terminology. Don't worry easy mistake to make. I wasn't referring to batteries the "maglite 2aa" is the model number (mainly because it refers to the type and number of batteries the torch contains.


I never said u was referring to batteries or made a dig at yourself. So take that chip off ur shoulder. I was purely stating the website said it was rechargeable and in the next step it said runs off batteries
LED Lenser T7 Tactical Torch (In stock on December 26 - Amazon) £23.88
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Out of stock ATM, but back in on the 26th. Recent drop in price
I got the T7M for a gift at £40 from Amazon. It’s 400 lumen max, came in a gift box, and regulated power if desired so stays at that brightness until batteries konk out.. a slightly unfair complaint levelled at LED lenser is they don’t use regulated supply so they fade with the batteries, which I would say is a design choice. The T7M gives you the choice and has other tactical modes
They never came back into stock at this price.
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Well I'm glad some people know about torches. Hope this deal helped some folk out.
rotor12 h, 2 m ago

So what makes this a 'tactical' torch?Would I be better waiting until they …So what makes this a 'tactical' torch?Would I be better waiting until they produce a 'strategic' torch?


The glass is inset, so yeah if you drop it on a spike and from a height as it's toughened glsss.

It does not scratch easily though unlike many of the torches by the top brands which use plastics.

rotor12 h, 2 m ago

So what makes this a 'tactical' torch?Would I be better waiting until they …So what makes this a 'tactical' torch?Would I be better waiting until they produce a 'strategic' torch?


Main difference is the knurling and matt surface compared to the smoother P7, gives much better grip. Check a picture of them side by side the difference is pretty clear.
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LED Lenser P7.2 & P3BM Torch Combo Pack £20 @ Blacks
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£1 extra to order to collect in store. £3.99 for home delivery. P7.2 : Advanced Focus System – smartly using lens and reflector technology provides exceptional close-up and lo… Read more
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leather5 h, 11 m ago

At leat they will honour it, not like Blacks and Millets.. Chancers


I agree. I was non too impressed when they were showing stock across all their outlets, and '8 left' or something on ebay, and they couldn't deliver at least one of the two sets I ordered from Millets.. it was one of the promotion products on the Black Friday sale..

Could be their stock systems aren't co-ordinated which would be shoddy, otherwise bit of a dick move IMO
CaptainSpaulding29th Nov

Not as good of a deal, but they're £24.99 @ Amazon + free delivery + 4 AAA …Not as good of a deal, but they're £24.99 @ Amazon + free delivery + 4 AAA batteries included. That's still a cracking price.


At leat they will honour it, not like Blacks and Millets.. Chancers
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CaptainSpaulding9 h, 41 m ago

Not as good of a deal, but they're £24.99 @ Amazon + free delivery + 4 AAA …Not as good of a deal, but they're £24.99 @ Amazon + free delivery + 4 AAA batteries included. That's still a cracking price.


Coming from Maplin.. Nice gift box with 4 x AAA duracells..

Really fancied the combo pack though.. I'll keep an eye on it. Might bite!
JamesSmith20th Nov

Original poster here.My order was cancelled! That's despite it still …Original poster here.My order was cancelled! That's despite it still showing as in stock at Millits Blacks and on Black eBay store at the time of ordering. Damn.. I really wanted one too!!



Not as good of a deal, but they're £24.99 @ Amazon + free delivery + 4 AAA batteries included. That's still a cracking price.
Original Poster
Original poster here.

My order was cancelled! That's despite it still showing as in stock at Millits Blacks and on Black eBay store at the time of ordering.

Damn.. I really wanted one too!!

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LED Lenser P7.2 & P3BM Torch Combo Pack £38.25 @ Cotswold Outdoor
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LED Lenser P7.2 is an excellent, powerful torch - I have three of them dotted around the house. 320 lm output up to a distance of 260 m using 4 AAA batteries. The P3BM is more of … Read more
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idroidmaniac29th Aug

What Battery? I have 4 eneloop in and they are fine. I have 18650s in …What Battery? I have 4 eneloop in and they are fine. I have 18650s in other and they wont leak. Maybe a bad battery?

P3 takes an AAA?
Jo44415 h, 9 m ago

Did u ever hold in hand Convoy S2+?


I've not tried that one personally, but from the reviews I just read, it look ok. It certainly appears to be better than the run of the mill cheap options available.

As I said above, MOST cheaper torches are not even close to the higher end options, but there are a few exceptions out there.
zippyioa1 h, 45 m ago

While there are many cheaper XML Free flashlights available for those that …While there are many cheaper XML Free flashlights available for those that want a budget torch, they are sold at stupidly low prices because, on the whole, their build quality will be WAY lower than the more expensive torches on sale.The cheaper torches are often copies of better, more established torches. The manufacturers of the cheap ones don't have the experience, quality control or investment that the bigger name have.They are almost always supplied with lower quality LED's, very poor protection circuits they don't manage battery life well, and they have nowhere near the waterproofing of the higher costing torches (most cheap ones are listed as water resistant)While you could buy several for the same price, the quality you'll get is very rarely close.As someone who's had cheap and expensive options, I'll only buy more established, slightly higher cost torches from now on 😁



Did u ever hold in hand Convoy S2+?
leedsfan834 h, 42 m ago

XML Cree Flashlight at AmazonLoads of great Cree torches available for …XML Cree Flashlight at AmazonLoads of great Cree torches available for peanuts these days, so i don't really get why people would spend more. cree torches are amazing and can be picked up even cheaper than what i posted on amazon if you go to ebay, or shop direct from FastTech in china.


While there are many cheaper XML Free flashlights available for those that want a budget torch, they are sold at stupidly low prices because, on the whole, their build quality will be WAY lower than the more expensive torches on sale.

The cheaper torches are often copies of better, more established torches. The manufacturers of the cheap ones don't have the experience, quality control or investment that the bigger name have.
They are almost always supplied with lower quality LED's, very poor protection circuits they don't manage battery life well, and they have nowhere near the waterproofing of the higher costing torches (most cheap ones are listed as water resistant)

While you could buy several for the same price, the quality you'll get is very rarely close.
As someone who's had cheap and expensive options, I'll only buy more established, slightly higher cost torches from now on 😁
shizzy1 h, 58 m ago

Atactical A1S - Amazon £25.99Bought this recently, cant recommend enough. …Atactical A1S - Amazon £25.99Bought this recently, cant recommend enough. Its made by Thrunite at a cheaper price. Even includes a rechargeable 18650 battery worth at least £15 and 2 year warranty, cant go wrong!


Shizzy, that Atactictal A1S you listed above is a cracking torch for the money!

I've bought several high end torches over the years, most recently the Thrunite TN12 about 6 months ago.
I love it, bright, brilliant build, micro USB rechargeable, 18650 batteries..... All in all it's a superb bit of kit, BUT, I spent around £50 on it

The Atactictal is a VERY similar flashlight, and it's made by the same company as the more expensive Thrunite, so you're getting solid experience and quality.
Best of all, the battery is rechargeable by means of plugging a micro USB cable straight into the battery, a wonderful idea for off grid/solar charging!

If I was buying right now, the Atactictal would definitely be first in my basket, especially at that price!!

Check out this blokes Youtube review if you're unsure.....

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LED Lenser V9 Micro Lenser Torch £2.70 @ Maplin Gateshead
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In what is possibly the most pointless deal ever posted, I noted the LED Lenser V9 Micro Lenser is being offered by Maplins for an amazing bargain price of £2.70 vs the usual £9 pr… Read more
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blazons

Am sure Lidl do triple packs of these from time to time on their 'tuppeny … Am sure Lidl do triple packs of these from time to time on their 'tuppeny tables' for about the same price.


not this brand, just a similar looking thing
Am sure Lidl do triple packs of these from time to time on their 'tuppeny tables' for about the same price.
I think that award belongs to the post last week for something where in the description the original poster said the same thing was cheaper at JL. That WAS the most stupid idiotic pointless post ever.
Ledlenser T7M Tactical LED Torch £26.99 at Amazon
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Lowest price ever according to Camel for this really good LED torch, matching the Black Friday deal for it. Full specs: https://www.ledlenser.com/uk/products/flashlights/t-series… Read more
1000 lumen too and runs on 4 x aa batterys which give 3 times the runtime and readily available in most countries
garbage , get the nitecore ea45s that was on hukd two weeks ago , about £33 delivered
Don't need it, must resist.
I'm mortified that I bought the p14 on black Friday. I really like this torch.
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LED Lenser LED9414 P14.2 Pro Torch with Black Gift Box £26.99 Amazon Lightning Deal (an hour left and 65% sold)
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Larger than most LED Lenser torches - and particularly well reviewed. Bright, powerful and robust. Lightning Deal - so won't last long at this price. This reassuringly sturdy ha… Read more
mccririck

No it isnt.


Ye just double checked your right, Amazon states AAA and at the bottom it says AA. oO
ukmonkey

Nah you got that wrong, this one is 4 x AAA Batteries.




No it isnt.
mccririck

The P7 is a 4 x AAA torch, this is 4 x AA, so it's bigger and the … The P7 is a 4 x AAA torch, this is 4 x AA, so it's bigger and the batteries will last longer.


Nah you got that wrong, this one is 4 x AAA Batteries.
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The deal's back on again now - but 50% sold already.
theshabster

Is this a worthy upgrade for P7 users?



The P7 is a 4 x AAA torch, this is 4 x AA, so it's bigger and the batteries will last longer.
LED Lenser X7R Twin LED Rechargeable Torch @amazon Deal of the day! RRP £149.95 today £59.99
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Looking for a good dog walking torch. What you think? Lumens state 500 but I take peoples lumens measurement with a pinch of salt. LED Lenser seem very bright. LED Lenser X7R Twi… Read more
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Ajibee

Such pointless pedantry. The manufacturer's blurb says "The LED LENSER® … Such pointless pedantry. The manufacturer's blurb says "The LED LENSER® X7R is a spectacular, rechargeable torch...". Your move.



It is a flashlight. A torch is flame based, e.g torches and pitchforks, the Olympic torch etc etc.

Those are torches. This is a flashlight.

The manufactures blurb is clearly written by someone lacking language skills. The English language is very precise when used correctly.
bankerscum

It is not a torch. It is a flashlight.


Such pointless pedantry. The manufacturer's blurb says "The LED LENSER® X7R is a spectacular, rechargeable torch...". Your move.
cool, a heated discussion from the light brigade lol
It is not a torch. It is a flashlight.
Magnets

Looks good. Does it tailstand?



Is there anything similar with a better battery life?
LED Lenser P7.2 Pro Torch (Black) - 320 Lumen - Model 9407 Boxed Edition £27.99 @ Amazon Lightening Deal
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LED Lenser P7.2 Pro Torch (Black) - 320 Lumen - Model 9407 Boxed Edition £27.99 @ Amazon Lightening Deal I already have the M7 deal from Xmas and its a great torch. Might be use … Read more
logindetails

+1 for eneloops - keep an eye on Amazon lightening deals they often have … +1 for eneloops - keep an eye on Amazon lightening deals they often have good deals on the Amazon Basic batteries. The white Amazon Basics (AA or AAA) are rebranded second gen Sanyo eneloops - they were selling 4 x AAA's for £3.99 a couple of days ago.



Which type of amazon basics rechargables?
I got 2 types when i searched.
The black or the white ones?
Price gone up to £36 now but will stick it on the watch list and hope it drops again... Sounds like a good buy.
Led lensers are v v good build quality, I've owned a couple and was impressed, sadly they don't now quite have the output of their competitors

I'm on a nitecore ea4 pioneer at the moment, pushing 900 lumens (off x4 AA) and can be found for under £50.

Here's a link to some propper torch-porn.

heinnie.com/lig…ing

The latest Eagtec throws out over 4500 lumens, but will sadly set you back over £250.


Edited by: "jonesinamillion" 25th Feb 2015
I must not buy a 4th LED lenser torch....

But they are soo good, I need it...
logindetails

+1 for eneloops - keep an eye on Amazon lightening deals they often have … +1 for eneloops - keep an eye on Amazon lightening deals they often have good deals on the Amazon Basic batteries. The white Amazon Basics (AA or AAA) are rebranded second gen Sanyo eneloops - they were selling 4 x AAA's for £3.99 a couple of days ago.

thanks
Led Lenser H14.2 Headtorch/Headlamp £51.99 @ Amazon.co.uk
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Our all-new H14.2 headlamp combines comfort and performance to create an elite light, crafted specifically to meet the needs of professionals and adventure seekers alike. The updat… Read more
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mdbs

bought similar from ebay, very well built, charger, batteries etc … bought similar from ebay, very well built, charger, batteries etc etc..£12.00.can not see this being 5 times better.



Please show link of that quality and that warranty please
See, even Snake uses one:

http://www.gamingtruth.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/Metal-Gear-Solid-Ground-Zeroes-1024x551.jpg
psmith1958

ive also bought cheap imported crap b4, it wont last like a Lenser, so … ive also bought cheap imported crap b4, it wont last like a Lenser, so really you have waisted £12



I have a led lenser H7 headtorch and the mechanism that controls the head unit angle broke after about 1 year of very gentle use, the same happened to my friends a few months later. This one looks like they have changed the design so maybe its better. I'll stick with my Nightcore HC50.

Still, good price if this is what you want.
mdbs

bought similar from ebay, very well built, charger, batteries etc … bought similar from ebay, very well built, charger, batteries etc etc..£12.00.can not see this being 5 times better.


ive also bought cheap imported crap b4, it wont last like a Lenser, so really you have waisted £12
mdbs

bought similar from ebay, very well built, charger, batteries etc … bought similar from ebay, very well built, charger, batteries etc etc..£12.00.can not see this being 5 times better.


do you have a link to the one you got? thanks
LED Lenser L7 Torch- Clas Ohlson £12.99 (£17.94 delieverd). Online and probably in-store
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LED Lenser L7 only £12.99 Was looking for a lightweight LED for my OH for Christmas to use dog walking and as a LED Lenser owner and fan was preferably looking for something from … Read more
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Use code CLAS19543 to get 10%, so £16.64 total (discount expires 07/12/14)

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Plenty still available in store Croydon.
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Just a heads up. Offer now extended until 24/12/2014
Great price if you can pick one up in store. Unfortunately I don't have one near-by, but looking online you can still get them delivered for around £20.
LED Lenser M5 - Brilliant Micro Processor Torch - Half Price - £21.47 + £1.95 p&p @ Torch Direct
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A phenomenal deal here for a brilliant little torch. Perfectly balanced between a micro letting style light and a huge light source the M5 really is the perfect everyday torch. Fro… Read more
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Roger_Irrelevant

Looks OK from the reviews, main thing to avoid are cheap Chinese … Looks OK from the reviews, main thing to avoid are cheap Chinese chargers/batteries as there's some nightmare stories.Cancel that, it does look disturbingly similar to this (also unbranded) one from here which ended up going bang:http://www.torchythebatteryboy.com/p/18650-batteries-chargers.html.. Supposedly had the CE Mark:But then had nice design features like this mains wire close to the DC circuit (see page for more on just the one unbranded charger)So you pays your money, you takes your choice. But £12.99 for a charger and two batteries, there's gonna have been some corners cut. (but not 240V supply wires)


Thanks for the reply , I agree with what you say
snoopy18

Hi roger what do you think of this for a cheaper option



Looks OK from the reviews, main thing to avoid are cheap Chinese chargers/batteries as there's some nightmare stories.

Cancel that, it does look disturbingly similar to this (also unbranded) one from here which ended up going bang:

torchythebatteryboy.com/p/1…tml

.. Supposedly had the CE Mark:

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-Rr8AldzpFC0/TV7nvaZpHqI/AAAAAAAABkA/KTLfProlSnM/s400/Chargerlabel.jpg

But then had nice design features like this mains wire close to the DC circuit (see page for more on just the one unbranded charger)

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-_aNSNwqBTd8/TV7niZ1avQI/AAAAAAAABjw/oeq2J33gLak/s400/-2.jpg

So you pays your money, you takes your choice. But £12.99 for a charger and two batteries, there's gonna have been some corners cut. (but not 240V supply wires)

Roger_Irrelevant

My personal favourite is this one, which has a slightly "warmer" light … My personal favourite is this one, which has a slightly "warmer" light output.Brass CREE XML-T6 LED Light Flashlight Lamp Torch 1600 Lumens CampingAlso these are good, slightly whiter light, and different construction:1600Lumen CREE XML T6 LED Flashlight Zoom Torch Lamp Light Camping 18650 chargerThe batteries and charger won't be up to much, but it will do as a "starter kit".For anyone doubting the quality, my first venture into these was about 6 years ago (UltraFire WF-501B with Krypton bulb) and is still going strong, the design hasn't changed, they're brilliant torches:Ultrafire WF-501B CREE T6/Green/Red/UV LED Aluminum Alloy Flashlight Torch Light



Hi roger what do you think of this for a cheaper option

amazon.co.uk/Bat…top
Link dead for me
LED Lenser P6 Professional Torch (Black) - Gift Box *** Half Price *** £25.92 Delivered @ Torch Direct
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I was looking for a decent LED torch and found this that has very good reviews and is cheapest at TorchDirect (approved LED Lenser reseller!) Product Description Slim, elegant, i… Read more
brilly

what... no 'sun gives light for free' comment?

lol
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scrumpypaul

Loads of people here reviewing/discussing the P7 - can anyone shed any … Loads of people here reviewing/discussing the P7 - can anyone shed any light (oh dear) on the P6 please?



I thought the same but kept my mouth shut!!! interestingly it is out of stock now

Edited by: "arb007" 28th May 2014
Out of stock:(
Sorry - can't help with P6,
trixabel

£26 for a torch. Bargain.Cold added, naturally.


what... no 'sun gives light for free' comment?
LED Lenser X14 - 450 Lumens - Xtreme torch,29.99 (usually around 100) @Amazon sold by UKToolCentre.
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Greta price for the LED Lenser X14 - 450 Lumens - Xtreme torch. Just 29.99 Beam Range: 350m Battery burn time: 10h Lumens: 450 Focus Lock - allows the focus to be fixed in positi… Read more
the link takes you to a £105.99 torch, is it the same one?
nope, misprice i guess, is £100 on their website
honey trap bait?
OOS, damn
LED Lenser L7 LED torch £14.99 Reduced from £36.99 @ clasohlson (instore)
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Great torch for a good price IMO. Would make a good christmas present. Collect in store available, 12 stores nationwide (http://www.clasohlson.com/uk/view/COStoreLocatorControlle… Read more
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mikerj

You can, as long as you don't mind it having a small fraction of it's … You can, as long as you don't mind it having a small fraction of it's rated capacity, and the not insignificant chance that it will catch fire during charging.



Highly unlikely as it has a protected to circuit built in specifically to prevent this.
Is this heavy enough to knock someone out with?
maddoglewis

And you can buy and 18650 battery for 93p and a battery charger for £1.34.



You can, as long as you don't mind it having a small fraction of it's rated capacity, and the not insignificant chance that it will catch fire during charging.
Infiltrator

I guess I'm crazy then - but I bought these after my latest Chinese … I guess I'm crazy then - but I bought these after my latest Chinese sourced Ultrafire torch fell to bits. At least with these I can return them if they stop working or I decide I don't want them.



Those are probably Chinese too. But they are dearer, dimmer and heavier.

Edited by: "maddoglewis" 18th Dec 2013
maddoglewis

£24 for those 2 torches



I guess I'm crazy then - but I bought these after my latest Chinese sourced Ultrafire torch fell to bits.
At least with these I can return them if they stop working or I decide I don't want them.
LED LENSER H7r (rechargeable) head torch 200 lumens £32.12 @ Amazon now £31.90!!
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GENUINE supplied by amazon inc delivery (standard) the simply superb Led lenser head torch, this not to be confused with inferiour import style. Life time guarantee!! This is fant… Read more
Pluun

Nope.I don't read ANY newspapers.Chav by any chance?



You may well be a chav, but I won't hold that against you. Just because your spelling and grammar are poor, does not necessarily indicate a lack of intelligence. Your views, however, do appear to align closely with that of the Daily Mail demographic.
simply irresistible!
jayok

I bought one of these a while ago and use it every evening to pick up our … I bought one of these a while ago and use it every evening to pick up our dog poo in the back garden. The on/off switch is a little too fragile for a torch of this price point and it sticks on or does not switch on. Great light output but disappointed in the mechanism. Looks to me it is great for occasional use



Of Course the mechanism sticks if you use it to pick up dog poo, use a bag like everyone else.....:p

I only have the standard Non rechargeable unit but it's still going strong and a cracking bit of kit. loads of chinese kits with better output, but that doesn't mean this isn't a good buy, as it is!

Hawt despite being only 22p rofl..
Lawsie

I've had this on my Amazon wish list for a few weeks now since my trusty … I've had this on my Amazon wish list for a few weeks now since my trusty old Energizer head lamp disappeared after a camping trip. I'm looking for a replacement and considering this, a Silva Trail Runner and a Petzl Tikka XP2 (all similar prices on Amazon).I use head torches for DIY work and camping so having a tilting lamp is beneficial, but I also want to use it for night fell running/walking so power, lightness and stability are important. Not sure which to get. Can anyone recommend one over another?



Looking for a running light myself, this deal seems much brighter than those and even the (£55 at the moment, got it on camel watch) silva trail plus only kicks out 80 lumens. Still think I'll go with the plus just so the batteries can be worn on my arm though
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Smoggy71

Daily Mail reader by any chance?


Nope.
I don't read ANY newspapers.

Chav by any chance?
LED Lenser P3 Keyring torch £9.19 plus £3.30 delivery (free if Prime, spend over £10 or add book etc)@ Amazon
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Amazing little torch, I've had mine for 3 years and it's been used ever such a lot, got through just 2 AAA batteries in that time!! Very, very bright, handy little torch; you can '… Read more
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Oh faff, someone is going to point out it takes aaa too, well really you need a good 18650 to get the most out of the xml's
Yes the XML ones are bright, I have several, but the lenser is a keying torch which means you are more likely to have it in your pocket at the time you need one.
It also doesn't require a special battery that needs charging, you can pop into a shop and buy another AAA.

Overall, different torches for different jobs.
melted

It may be well made, but 16 Lumen is not very brilliant!I carry one of … It may be well made, but 16 Lumen is not very brilliant!I carry one of these in my pocket - nice and compact and 100 Lumen.And I got my dad a stainless steel AAA / 10440 150 lumen with a 10440.Both are over 3 years old still working fine, and were under a tenner, but I wouldn't recommend either now as newer emitters are much brighter.



Yes 16 lumen is not much, but you couple that with an ultra smooth reflector and a decent glass lens, gives a decent throw of about 100ft, with a nice tight beam, no flooding or halo.
It may be well made, but 16 Lumen is not very brilliant!

I carry one of these in my pocket - nice and compact and 100 Lumen.

And I got my dad a stainless steel AAA / 10440 150 lumen with a 10440.

Both are over 3 years old still working fine, and were under a tenner, but I wouldn't recommend either now as newer emitters are much brighter.
jay1

Well done! Have you seen the size difference? The Lenser takes 1 AAA … Well done! Have you seen the size difference? The Lenser takes 1 AAA battery while the Ultrafire takes 3. The Lenser is brilliant for its size!



Horses for courses...
Led Lenser P7 Professional Torch £32.33 free delivery fulfilled by Amazon
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Just seen this deal, great price for a superb torch. Cheapest its been for a while. And yes, i know you can get more powerful cheap torches through certain websites. Hoping that… Read more
Actually bumped in to the one I have

dx.com/p/u…452

and that still seems well reviewed so looks like I need to look for a bigger torch to outdo what I'm used to. Would be great if it stayed on when switched on!
mccririck

These days I mostly use torches that run on 18650 lithium rechargeable … These days I mostly use torches that run on 18650 lithium rechargeable batteries, but they require a special charger. I also use the Sipik sk68 which can run on a single AA or a 14500 lithium rechargeable.



Ta I will look into the Sipik .
Meathotukdeals

I have a small cree from DX (takes 1 or 2 AA's - the body can be … I have a small cree from DX (takes 1 or 2 AA's - the body can be shortened) and is very bright but flickers off and needs a bash or six to come back on. Have you any top recommendations for similar sized torch that you have used yourself?



These days I mostly use torches that run on 18650 lithium rechargeable batteries, but they require a special charger. I also use the Sipik sk68 which can run on a single AA or a 14500 lithium rechargeable.
mccririck

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I have a small cree from DX (takes 1 or 2 AA's - the body can be shortened) and is very bright but flickers off and needs a bash or six to come back on. Have you any top recommendations for similar sized torch that you have used yourself?
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