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No, these lights would be unsuitable for this type of work.
24 Mar 2014 by Janice Armstrong
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I have used only one to light a horse trailer and also the living area of a horsey wagon. Perfectly fine - I would guess you would need more for better light but I'd say 3 would do the job. They are brighter than you think.
15 Oct 2014 by angela brock
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Hello, no option to insert a screw I'm afraid, however magnet is very strong
13 days ago by Mark
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Yes you can wall mount it as it has a hook that pops out from the top
12 Dec 2014 by keith tomlinson
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Colin, the magnets can probably be compared to a fridge magnet and so too much vibration could dislodge them. Because I am fixing them to a non-magnetic material, cardboard, I have used velcro and this works fine on something that is constantly being carried around.
1 Nov 2014 by Terence
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how many Lumen is it 25 Oct 2014
don't know but I was impressed with the value for money
26 Oct 2014 by travellingrandad
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yes.these lights are very good.we use these around our house in case of power cuts.
8 Oct 2014 by D Barnes
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22 cm length x 6 cm width x 3.5 cm depth. Hope this helps.
25 Aug 2014 by fireblade
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It is not like a torch with a concentrated beam, but it does illuminate a loft area like turning on a light. In a dark long hallway it would be like having a lamp at one end, very bright where lamp is but sufficient for seeing the rest of the hallway.
27 Mar 2014 by fireblade
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