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Utorch V8 CREE XPL Portable LED Flashlight - Black - Handstrap - 800lm Brightness! @ GearBest
Posted 19th JunPosted 19th Jun
Bright 800lm LED torch for less than the price of a portion of haddock! £6.24 with the tier code GBEXBSP114 all in delivered. Main features: ● Five modes: low brightn… Read more

You can get email from U.K. Something like Panasonic Button top is better as most chargers struggle with flat tops.


What do you mean "Bank Fraud" (confused) Genuine question; there's two layers of firewall between any entity and my bank I.E. Paypal and Credit Card. You weren't owed a load of money from a Nigerian Government Officisl were you?


Agreed, yes they will have their problems like anyone else, but they certainly seem to be doing a much better job than The John Lewis Partnership, since the take over, unless we can buy it in store now, will not use them on line for the moment!


I use Samsung r25's or similar, whatever is on offer for £2.50 a pop or less! (popcorn)


Normally I would say that was pretty irrelevant Rog, but nice one, the UA3T had got a lot of features and tech in it for the money and makes some of the other cheaper ones a bad buy, even though they "seem" better! 8)

Goodyear Head Light Torch Lamp Headlamp Cree LED Rechargeable Flashlight 6000LM £12.34 Delivered at eBay - ThinkPrice
Posted 17th JunPosted 17th Jun
See and be seen in the dark, hands free. Supplied with rechargeable batteries and charger Genuine 6000 Lumen T6 CREE LED - Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery - Multiple LED mode sett… Read more

Thanks, I now understand what you are referring too :D Everyday is a school day.


Simple to remove 6000LM from the description, Data sheet, most Chinese brands exaggerate the output on lights and batteries on this headlight its totally inaccurate.


Did check prior to posting, see OP. Amazon price and review. Shame you didn't ask and just assume. What's the issue, is there a discrepancy?


Why post a deal with an inaccurate description,a simple google check on the Cree T6 led 1000LM max output,6000LM (poo)


Can't be posted as a deal due to seller being from China ( not that I would ). Maybe cheaper...

Petzl Tikkina Headlamp - Blue only - £9.95 @ Amazon (£14.44 Non-prime)
Posted 14th JunPosted 14th Jun
Haven't seen these this low before, I was waiting for them to drop to around £12 then spotted the blue variety had dropped below a tenner. There is a rechargable battery available… Read more

I doubt you'll ever be in a situation that requires absolutely dependable equipment; however, for those of us that do, Petzl will always win out over that headtorch you shared; Update 28.11.18: used this in a light drizzle today for the first time. The buttons have already started to malfunction. Turning the light on takes multiple attempts on the button and to get through the full 3 cycle mode now takes anything up to 20 presses. This morning i couldnt turn the light off. Really disappointing as the light unit itself is really bright. Potentially going to return this or seek refund and buy a waterproof model. This is definitely NOT IP67 rating.


Hmm, how to chose between the brands? One one had there's Petzl that have been producing quality climbing gear and head torches for ages or Supfire.... By the way, that was a rhetorical question - your comments will not show up when I scroll through my threads after I hit "mute member" - it's the easiest way to rid myself of trolls and their "rubbish" comments.


almost 4 times more powerful and rechargeable




Arrived yesterday, great little torch

Waterproof Zoomable Aluminium CREE LED AA flashlight £3.24 @ Gearbest
Posted 13th JunPosted 13th Jun
I have a few varieties of these and they are good solid, reliable torches. (y)
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If you have the liitokala I think you have then that was a good purchase. The batteries though I have no idea. I tend to spend about £5 a battery on keepower ones.


The batteries were skywolfeye make and from ebay and the charger was a litokala one for a single battery, I think this was also from ebay.


In the meantime is a good place to see which ones to avoid, anything with "Fire" at the end of the name is a good start. I use Senybor, Kingwei and cells out of old laptop batteries. (y)


Care to share where you bought charger and batteries


Got a few of these, they are great. Recently bought the correct 3.7v li-on batteries and charger for well under a fiver and the difference in brightness is very noticeable. Infact I think the charger was under £2 and the batteries were about £1.80 for 2.

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Nitecore TUBE LED Rugged Keychain Light w/USB £4.79 @ Gearbest App
Posted 13th JunPosted 13th Jun
4.9 stars from 2400+ reviews; in the video some dude tows it behind a 4x4 for 1km and it's OK. (y)
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No if you look at them, they're in 20 different languages and a lot post pictures of the package/item. They do it cos they get "GB points" for writing reviews (even bad reviews).


Or 2,400 fake reviews have been posted* ;) * bear in mind some apps have tens of thousands of fake reviews, so not impossible!


Granted but if 2400+ people give 4.7 stars, they're either really good fakes or original. (y)


Many of these are fakes. :{


Same here. That aditional £1.49 has put me off ;)

Diall T7-5 Rechargeable LED Spotlight Integrated Li-Ion - £12.59 @ Screwfix (Free C&C)
Posted 3rd JunPosted 3rd Jun
Weather resistant and bright long distance torch with mains charger and in-car charger. (y) Strong plastic rechargeable spotlight. Rotating handle and adjustable feet. Beam… Read more
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Bestest Deal Ever and actually 30w to boot (party)


Isn't this the usual price? Not really a deal. Especially when not long ago they had a deal on Diall rechargeable led 23 W portable flood light, including free tripod! Which is still going strong and getting alot of use by myself at the moment! :D


I have the previous model, it is really good. A tough design and decent brightness. This one looks like a useful improvement.


The one in the link looks like an older or less powerful model. Lumen rating is greater on this one.

19DembaBa19 Is this the same torch

PJ Masks Cat Boy GoGlow Buddy Night Light and Torch @ Argos Free Click And Collect £5.99
Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
Lowest Ever Price For This Night Light/Torch.Also Available In Red. Switch on the fun and brighten your bedtime with the GoGlow Buddy. The perfect bedtime buddy, this soft and squ… Read more
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Well I dunno would you like a glowing devil smirking as a toddler on your bedside. Look at the eyes and smile on both. Terrorise your kids with the red one, then wonder why they start acting bratty




The red one who scare most kids lol

Rothenberger Super Fire 2 Blow Torch 3.5644X £49.98 + Free delivery @ Trade Counter Direct
Posted 17th MayPosted 17th May
Something perhaps a little niche? Receives really good reviews though and is the lowest it's been in the last 12-18 months or so, looking at it's history. A solid looking bit of ki… Read more

Here is an alternative re-badged Bernzomatic for £31.95


Price has gone up


This is the most popular blow torch used by plumbers in the uk


Got one of these for Fireworks, its a great tool.


And searing after Sous Vide!

Technical 5W Cree Aluminium Torch - £10 @ Millets
Posted 7th MayPosted 7th May
5W CREE Torch Ultra-bright and bright options Adjustable beam - focuses from a spot light to a flood beam. Prescision engineered aluminium casing Lumens: 390

The Sp33 you mentioned is considered an excellent torch for those in the know, even for first timers, the battery and chargers can be had even in places like B&Q... And as a coincidence I just bought the SP70 about an hour ago (y)


Hide this its to hot to handle (devil) :D


Then post it as a deal, no one is going to find it hidden within another deal. Or scared it won't get hot. In this case the torch does get extremely hot to the touch on turbo. I do have the v2 of this


Hotukdeals is about finding the best deal, i'm always pleased if someone suggests in the comments an alternative choice i might not know about for a better value higher quality item for similar cost. The Sofirn torch i listed uses 22650 or 18650 batteries with the included adapter . Hope this benefits someone (y)


Your the one missing the point. This is about hijacking another deal. Post them as separate deals. Also if you don't have spare or they fail, then no your not going to find any spare batteries. Also 186500 won't work in torch. (Yes you could get tube adapter, but how people would know that.)

Eveready Lights with Carabiners 2pk £2 @ B&M
Posted 1st MayPosted 1st MayLocalLocal
Eveready Lights with Carabiners 2 Pack Do you enjoy camping but need a new torch that barely takes up any space or could connect to your bag, or keys? Then look no more as Everea… Read more
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Meant to be 6 it says on the pack.


It looks like there are three batteries included with these lights. That is clever!


I know i am gonna buy it I know its gonna sit in a cupboard for the next 20 years until i find a use for it Men and gadgets eh Kinda like women and shoes eh Why lol (embarrassed)


See my above post.


Cool story bro, sooooo what is this good for then?

Blackview BV1000 Cheap Rugged Phone (Dual Sim / FM Radio / Torch / 1.8m Drop Proof / Water & Dust Proof) £25 @ AliExpress/BlackViewOnline
Posted 22nd AprPosted 22nd Apr
Thought this was a decent price for those of you who need a more rugged approach to a phone, ideally for workmen or labourers, this thing looks rugged enough to survive your worksi… Read more

Or the small, but not very good, BBC news website.


Does this have a PTT button on the side so you can use ZELLO from the android playstore?


Ahhhhhhhhh, yes, yes, I remember both reading about that on a News App on my phone + reading about it on Yahoo Today + seeing it briefly on the News too, and alllllll at some point last Week at some point, etc. But despite all that, let's be real, that particular 'News feed' is still not exactly common 'knowledge' now, is it?, lol. (Elaborating a wee bit from the off may have helped the bulk of us all out somewhat, huh?). ;-) It's cool though, hehehehe. :-D


Jack Ma defends the 'blessing' of a 12-hour working day. Six days a week!


+1 Huh. What are you talking about?

Ledlenser L7 Lightweight LED Torch (Black) - Test-it Pack, 7008 [7 year warranty] at Amazon £17.81 Prime / £21.30 non Prime
Posted 22nd AprPosted 22nd Apr
Not a bad price for a decent quality LED Lenser torch - very few things come with a 7 year warranty! Travelling light? This high-tech torch is perfect for expeditions and adventur… Read more

Now £18.92. Tempted by this, CREE LED, 1040 Lumens and USB rechargeable


It needs 3 AA batteries, is there much better choice for rechargeable torch round £30-50?


I'm talking from experience. May not apply to all forces.


Down again to £17.81 now.


£20.30 for me too.

Beamday T1 350 lumen rechargeable rainproof camping light £7.89 delivered with code @ Gearbest
Posted 11th AprPosted 11th Apr
It will soon be camping weather so thought that this was a really good price and its rainproof and rechargeable via micro usb and has a 2600mAh battery which lasts quite a while de… Read more

Maybe useful for a toilet tent (lol)


looks like a toilet roll on top of a Amazon Echo


Code now no good :(

ELWIS P90 LED Penlight - Black £2.47 + FREE DELIVERY @ Currys PC World
Posted 9th AprPosted 9th Apr
Reduced from £7.99 and available with Free Delivery. 90 lumens Rubberised grip Integrated magnet & belt clip Batteries included The powerful Elwis P90 LED Penlight of… Read more

Got called yesterday by the Fulham branch saying they didn't have any in stock, so they had to cancel the order...typical!!! Guess I'm not the only one that found out these weren't available anymore... Must've been only a few they had in stock at the time of posting and these got ordered realy quickly, so most of us were left with empty wishes of a fake stock across their website... Anyways, good find nevertheless. Thanks to the op for trying to help us save some pennies!


Voted hot. No idea if it’s a good deal


Thank you very wuch


Thence cottened on, no more delivery.. Good find (y)


Not available for delivery

Ledlenser P14 Professional LED Torch (Black) 800 lumens- Gift Box, 500901 £32.99 @ Amazon deal of the day
Posted 28th MarPosted 28th Mar
Features & details High Performance - 800 lumens with 350m beam range Patented Advanced Focus System Optics deliver a quality of light that has to be seen to be believed Three … Read more

Not this one unless you like poor value for money. Have a look at the Wowtac A2S or the Skilhunt F03. I went with the A2S and love it. Could do with a more neutral white but for £30 or whatever it was, it's been amazing


any recommendations?


It was 200 on boost. 180 on high. I have an array of torches ranging upto 3000lumens trust me I have a good measure of lumens


The 800 lumens is a boost mode, you have to keep the switch pressed to keep the high output, shame really.


They must have updated it. I cant remember if my old P14 had two modes or three. edit - no this is the original. I'm not sure the 800lm is true. the latest model is the P14.2 I dont think this is worth any more than this price.

Ledlenser 501046 P7 Professional LED Torch Black @ Amazon Deal Of The Day £28.99
Posted 27th MarPosted 27th Mar
lowest price this has ever been and has an average price of £42.30 Worlds best selling LED Torch now Upgraded! Three light options - High 450 lumens, Mid 250 lumens, low 40 lumen… Read more
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The C8 is an old design with the best build quality for its price,at least it uses modern battery technology and has been updated with the newer higher efficiency Cree leds. The latest torches are vastly superior, Sofifn SP33 complete with 26650 battery and charger direct from the manufacturer for less cost.


I have a P7 and got one more on this deal and plan to use my rechargeable eneloops in them. I had the Ultrafire C8 and it was pretty poor - build quality, light output and ergonomics with its odd shape. I say had, as it went into the electronics recycling bin at my local waste centre many months ago. The P7, that is even older, is still going strong and just refuses to die. I wouldn't waste my own money on either of the 2 items you linked to and would prefer to spend the extra £'s on the Ledlenser. A different league in my opinion and fully worth the premium it commands. In fact, I just refuse to buy anything from gearshite or e (poo) bay.


A good quality torch which should have been upgraded to use rechargeable 18650 batteries. Either a cheap ebay Ultrafire C8 or a Convoy C8¤cy=GBP&vip=14752948&gclid=CjwKCAjwvuzkBRAhEiwA9E3FUkRHMeGSrQxXo__uTxdl86ueV7CXt0KzN-mg_SDs3Mu70PvkRd28oBoC7c0QAvD_BwEand Nitcore with 2 Samsung batteries for just over £20 will easily outperformed this for brightness and less cost of replacement AAA batteries. There are some cheap rubbish Chinese torches but the C8 type are much better my one has 9 years use just showing some signs of wear. The newer Convoy C8 version has a better hardened anodized finish than the cheaper one I have.


What specifically have you tried in the £15 range? I can tell you that this is terrible compared to the Astrolux S1 and BLF-A6 I have that were around £15 each. That coupled with the fact it costs nearly twice as much means I almost never use it as I'm worried about breaking/losing it. However I've been using my £15 torches for years now and they survive anything.


Yes, the difference is massive. Have tried the ~£15 torches, and these are in a completely different league (as is Lenser as a brand). I guarantee you won't be disappointed if you buy one. I have 2 M7s and a P4, absolutely worth the money.

LED Lenser LED9807 T7.2 Tactical Torch 320 Lumens 7 YEAR Warranty! Black Gift Box @ Amazon Deal of Day - £28.99
Posted 25th MarPosted 25th Mar
As used by our beloved & extremely under paid UK police force! Lowest ever price, superb reviews and VERY bright! Powerful, 320 Lumen LED torch with a 260m Beam Range S… Read more

The one that I received was a 'Sapphire Blue' colour, made by Rezosky. The model number was Rezo - FL1. (£12.99) It is described on the box as having 'Cree XP - E LED white light'. '1200 lumens'. It came with 2 Li - ion 18650 3.7v 2200mAh batteries, no makers name. It is much brighter than my 3 AAA battery Cree torch, but I have nothing to test the 1200 lumens claim. It came with the following accessories, plus a spare set of seals for the ports and joints.


Are they a fire risk?


Has anyone bought and tested this one


rechargable AAA's don't seem to hold their charge very well. IMO



VARTA 3W 160 Lumen Output 78 Hour Runtime 0.29kg Indestructible LED Torch, £6.99 at Argos/eBay
Refreshed 29th MarRefreshed 29th Mar
Decent saving, currently £20 at Amazon. 1 torch included. LED bulb type. 3 watts generated. 160 lumen output. 78 hour run time. Dimensions: H25, W5, D5cm. Weight 0.29… Read more

These are great for looking at eyes but just not bright enough for looking in mouths.


I use my trusty Gearbest XPE Q5 Cree torch (cost 75p)! all the time (assume mine is much more tiddly than this Varta, as the Varta takes 3 x C batteries).


Arrived today, came with batteries, very well made and strong but heavy, more for car or garden than carrying


Really good torch, have a 2xAA version


Hehehe nice deal. Got two.

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