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Rolson 61770 72 LED Camping Light
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There are no screw fixing points on the light. We have a similar issue to which there are two answers: 1: glue them in place or use Murrow stickers 2: mount a metal plate on the wall and then use the magnets. Hope this helps
12 May 2015 by R. Baldwin
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If you can point the light towards a white surface the light diffusion is better and yes in a boot this will be fine.
13 Apr 2015 by WereWolfBob
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No just on one side but it is very bright.
20 Aug 2014 by Sarah
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4 AA Batteries and yes, I've used rechargeable batteries in this product and they have worked fine.
23 Sep 2014 by M
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We bought last year used for two days camping and now have on fridge so handy for power cuts ( kids turn on regularly also) and still going strong on first lot of batteries.
15 Feb 2014 by Blackbags
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Can't say for sure but lasted a long weekend. Really effective and much better than traditional torch as can lie flat and give light which a traditional torch can't do. Also takes very little room compared to lanterns.
13 May 2015 by Regular user
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APPROX 11W. It is brighter than the so-called '1000,000 cd' torch on the market, and wattage information is not applicable to this sort of luminaire. However 3V is dropped across each LED since the batteries are connected in parallel to increase current drawn. The average bright LED consumes about 50mA of current so wattage per LED is 150mW (x72) = 10-11W
13 Apr 2015 by WereWolfBob
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