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I want to fix these under a kitchen wall unit but obviously the magnets wont work. can i remove the hook and could i screw them up under the units ? 12 May 2015
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
4 AA Batteries and yes, I've used rechargeable batteries in this product and they have worked fine.
what wattage is this lamp ? 23 Nov 2013
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
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