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Rio Sonicleanse Pure Facial Cleansing Brush
Rio Sonicleanse Pure Facial Cleansing Brush
Price: £94.80

4.0 out of 5 stars Super sonic face-brush..., 26 July 2015
Customer review from the Amazon Vine Programme (What's this?)
I haven't always been very impressed with the quality or design of Rio products in the past but this Sonicleanse Pure is in a different league. It arrives nicely packaged and has a quality look and feel and some thoughtful design touches - like the clever bulldog-clip connector which plugs the device into any standard USB charger (no mains charger is included) to recharge the onboard battery. It takes a couple of hours to fully charge but that stores enough charge for about two weeks of normal usage. The brush is waterproof and can be used in the shower and so it's easily cleaned after use, just rinse it under running water. The brush head is in two parts, the outer ring is fixed and doesn't move while the inner brush vibrates at two different speeds, and both are easily detached for more thorough cleaning or replacement. Note that a quick rinse may not remove all residue from behind the inner brush so you'll probably want to remove this regularly to clean in behind, but that's very easy to do as they just twist/pull off.

The brush heads are very nicely judged, soft enough to be comfortable but firm enough to feel like they're actually doing something. The sonic vibration is quiet and feels like it would be enough to stimulate circulation without ever becoming uncomfortable. The slower speed is recommended for dry/normal skin and the faster speed for oily/combination but they're both very comfortable to use. You can use it with either a cream cleanser or (as I have) with a liquid face wash in the shower and you can apply your product either to your face before you begin (probably best with a cream cleanser) or to the brush head. Rio recommend using the brush on your T-Zone, applying it to your forehead for 20 seconds, then your nose and chin for 20 seconds and then 10 seconds on each cheek and the brush stutters slightly after 20, 40 and 50 seconds (before stopping at 60 seconds) to remind you to move onto the next section - however you'll have to look out for that stutter as it's very subtle. To be honest it's such a pleasant sensation that you'll probably want to keep going after the preset 60 seconds and continue over the rest of your face and neck - your biggest problem might be switching off and stopping...

The cleansing effect is also nicely judged because although it's more effective than just using a face-wash alone it's not as abrasive as using a face scrub, so it's something you could probably do every day without causing any sensitivity or inflammation. It's too soon for me to judge long-term effects but I do notice a difference after only a few days and despite slightly sensitive skin I'm having no ill-effects. I'm also not sure how long we can expect the brush heads to last before needing replacement, but they seem to be decent quality and I'd hope for a couple of months - probably much the same as a sonic toothbrush head. Overall it's such a nice product to use and is generally well thought-out and designed that I have no major criticism to make - except for the full retail price, which is a bit insane. Hopefully future Amazon discounts will bring that down to a sensible level and make it as pleasant to buy as it is to use.


A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night [DVD]
A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night [DVD]
Dvd ~ Sheila Vand
Price: £9.99

4.0 out of 5 stars The hunter and not the prey..., 24 July 2015
Customer review from the Amazon Vine Programme (What's this?)
A faux-Iranian (it was made in the USA) movie about vampires, junkies and skateboards with a Spaghetti Western soundtrack really shouldn't work - but it kinda sorta does if you're willing to go along with it. It probably helps if you get some of the (many) references and influences from other movies but a list of comparisons isn't really very helpful here because this does manage to be its own movie despite having plundered arthouse cinema ruthlessly. The story, such as it is, does bear a striking (but perhaps superficial) similarity to the brilliant Let the Right One in but that's forgivable - if you're going to be influenced then be influenced by something really good. The dialogue is all in Farsi but there isn't that much of it, most of the story is told visually and it looks fantastic throughout with the black and white photography making beautiful use of the ghost town and industrial locations. It's really a movie that's more about mood than story and more about characters than events.

Very little about the circumstance of the film is explained -- what caused such a dystopian world or why these people all seem to wander the nighttime streets in an insomniac daze -- but it doesn't matter much, the movie's really about spending time with these people and watching two of them find a love for each other in the most unlikely setting. In case it's not already clear from the poster the girl walking home alone at night is not the victim here - in a nice inversion of our expectations she's the hunter and not the prey and glides around the dark streets on her skateboard, chador billowing behind her. Of course she finds something she really wasn't expecting and that's the crux of the story. If you're looking for conventional damsels-in-peril or mindless gore then keep walking, nothing to see here, but if you enjoy atmosphere and mystery then it's a really enjoyable odd little odyssey.


KooPower 10M 100 LED WHITE LED FAIRY STRING LIGHTS IDEAL FOR CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTS, FESTIVE LIGHTS, BIRTHDAY PARTY LIGHTS,WEDDING, GARDEN
KooPower 10M 100 LED WHITE LED FAIRY STRING LIGHTS IDEAL FOR CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTS, FESTIVE LIGHTS, BIRTHDAY PARTY LIGHTS,WEDDING, GARDEN
Offered by Golden Battery
Price: £7.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Bright and clear..., 23 July 2015
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These KooPower White String Lights are clear and bright, even in broad daylight, and have a cool blue-white colour -- an ice-white look -- and would look great on a dark green Christmas tree or decorating a wedding celebration. There's about 1.7m of cable between the plug and the little control unit but there's really no empty cable at all between the controller and the first light, so it's more tricky to conceal the controller if you need to. The overall length of the light string, beyond the controller, is about 8 metres and it consists of five thin strands of clear-coated cable twisted together into one. The cable seems to be securely fixed to the LED's and it's quite easy to fix or hang onto your tree or furniture.

There are 7 different lighting modes including a constant-on, a couple of slow-fade modes and a selection of faster flashing and twinkling modes. There's also an eighth combination mode which automatically cycles through all the other modes in sequence. The lights do seem to switch on to the last mode that was used, so you don't have to keep resetting them every time you switch them on. In use there is a little bit of heat at each LED but not a worrying amount, just slightly more than lukewarm, but the transformer-controller stays cool throughout.

I notice these lights rated as splashproof but not fully waterproof and that sounds about right for the actual string of lights itself - however the control unit would not be so weather-tight and would have to be protected from moisture. Coincidentally we were in one of the big discount barns the other day and I was checking out their string lights - they were at a similar price point but they weren't as good quality as these from KooPower. These are unusually bright, versatile and well-made and I'd have to recommend them as a really good value buy. (Disclosure: item was received for independent review


KooPower 60 LED Solar Powered Fairy String Lights -- Garden Outdoor Christmas Lights 8M White
KooPower 60 LED Solar Powered Fairy String Lights -- Garden Outdoor Christmas Lights 8M White
Offered by Golden Battery
Price: £10.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Twinkle, twinkle little tree..., 23 July 2015
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These KooPower Solar-powered String Lights arrive assembled and you only have to decide how to fix the solar panel into place because you have a choice of screw-on wall bracket or ground spike. These fixings just push into a bracket attached to the rear of the solar panel - note that the bracket has a fixed angle of about 45° and you can't vary this although you can choose which way it faces to suit ground or wall mounting. The lights are pre-wired into the solar panel unit and there's about 1.8 metres of clear cable between the panel and the first light, so you should have enough leeway to find a good spot, preferably south-facing, for the panel to catch the most sun during the day. The photo-voltaic panel itself seems to be quite efficient and we didn't have any problems getting a good charge even on some duller days and the lights seemed to stay lit all night (at least there was still some charge left in the morning). During the Winter months when there are fewer daylight hours it may not quite manage to fully charge the battery, but this is an issue with all solar lights. On the back of the solar unit are two sealed switches which switch the light on/off and from flashing to constant light - the flashing function is a simple on/off effect with no chasing or twinkling options. Worth noting that the on/off switch only activates the light and the LED's only actually illuminate at dusk and switch themselves off again at dawn and you can't switch them on or off manually during the day, except by covering the solar panel so it thinks the sun went out - but then it isn't charging anymore.

The lights themselves are small pure-white LED's and aren't that bright in themselves - this is definitely a light to look at rather than a light to see by - but they're really attractive and subtle. Wrapped around a garden shrub or in the branches of a small tree they look really nice and the dark green cabling is reasonably well camouflaged against the foliage. As mentioned they're really not bright enough by themselves to illuminate an area of feature of your garden, they're really meant to add some twinkly highlights to a window frame or plant and for that they're really effective. They couldn't be much easier to install with no wiring to do and there's no heat or dangerous electrical current so they'd be safe around kids (however note the solar panel seems to have a glass window on the front). They'd be great for inside a playhouse or den with the solar panel fixed on the outside charging them up during the day. Overall, the quality seems really good, the cabling is quite lightweight which makes it easy to attach or hide but seems securely enough bonded to the little LED's - best of all they're completely free to run! (Disclosure: item was received for independent review)


Philips S9041/12 9000 Series Wet and Dry Shaver with SmartClick Precision Trimmer
Philips S9041/12 9000 Series Wet and Dry Shaver with SmartClick Precision Trimmer
Offered by Discount-Select
Price: £249.00

13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not for me..., 18 July 2015
Customer review from the Amazon Vine Programme (What's this?)
This isn't the first time I've tangled with a rotary shaver, I had a cheaper Philips rotary shaver a few years ago and really didn't get along with it. I had hoped that this (much!) more expensive version would be better -- and it is -- but it's still not very good. I'm willing to admit the issue might be me and my face and our general incompatibility with shavers that spin -- especially judging by all the 5-star reviews from my fellow reviewers -- but I'm certainly not incompatible with electric shavers as I've used them for the past 35 years or so, always foil versions however. Philips suggest that it takes a few weeks to adjust to a new shaver and of course they're right, but you'd have to be getting a half-decent shave in the meantime to persist through some minor discomfort and I'm not even getting that.

The first problem is that the three shaver heads are placed too far apart and each one is surrounded by a non-shaving plastic edge which seems wider than it needs to be. The result is that moving the thing around your face (with small circular movements - I did read the manual Philips, honest!) seems clumsy and inaccurate and like you're juggling three little shavers instead of moving one unified shaver. You can even trap small chunks of face (lips in particular) in the hole in the middle of the three heads which leaves you wondering what it's even there for? The surface of the shaving heads have too much friction to be comfortably effective and you tend to drag skin around instead of gliding over it. You're also aware of the hairs, especially softer neck hairs, being pulled as they're being cut - I think Philips regard this as a feature and claim that the hair is cut below the surface of the skin. In my experience cutting hair below the surface of the skin results in painful and unsightly ingrowing hairs - not a feature I'd appreciate. The shaver can also be used wet with a gel and (although I never usually wet-shave) that is a bit better with this shaver - it glides over the skin more easily and the shave is slightly more comfortable and a bit more effective. Still not great though and at this price it should be near-perfect.

Once you've finished and it's time to clean your shaver that's made more difficult by Philip's decision to seal the whole unit with no quick-release option to get behind the foils and flush out the shavings. You are advised to use the automatic cleaner for the best results but Philips don't include one (take another look at that retail price) even though cheaper models include it. Your other choice is to hold the shaver under a running tap and rinse with warm water "for some time" and hope for the best. When it comes time for a more thorough cleaning or to replace the blades or foils you have to disassemble the cutter head with a special tool and take note of which blade went with which foil because they're in matched pairs and won't work right if you get them mixed up.

On a more positive note, the shaver looks good and is well-made. The included case is very nice and has a very clever mesh 'hinge' which will let the shaver air-dry a bit if you're a wet shaving kind of person. The included trimmer head which snaps on in place of the shaver head is fine, but nothing special. I've given the shaver a couple of weeks of use but sorry, that's it. Either Philips can't make a decent shaver or my face is truly not rotary-compatible, but either way I've learned my lesson and this is the last rotary I'll ever try. If you already know your face is rotary-compatible and especially if you prefer wet-shaving then the Series 9000 might work for you but if you have even slightly sensitive skin or are susceptible to ingrown hairs I'd avoid it completely and get a foil shaver instead. Sorry Philips, I tried...


LingsFire® Intelligent PIR Motion Sensing Light Sensing LED Nightlight Light For Aisle Wardrobe Bookcase Kitchen (White Light)
LingsFire® Intelligent PIR Motion Sensing Light Sensing LED Nightlight Light For Aisle Wardrobe Bookcase Kitchen (White Light)
Offered by LingsFire
Price: £12.00

4.0 out of 5 stars Let there be (some) light..., 18 July 2015
Verified Purchase(What is this?)
If you need to brighten a dark corner of your home and there's no handy power supply or light then this battery-operated LED light might the the solution. It's a small unit, nicely designed, and the back of the light also works as wall bracket which you can attach to any smooth surface with the double-sided sticker that's included. The light isn't particularly heavy and is held in place quite securely by the bracket - you simply slide the light on or off the bracket when you want to change the batteries or to access the master switch. It takes 3 AA cells to power the light and your first set are included (although the details say they aren't) but we haven't had the light long enough to judge how power-hungry it is. Inside the light, just discernible through the opaque panels, are 10 little LED's and they give a soft white light - it isn't particularly bright but it's enough to see where you're going or to see the contents of a dark cupboard - which is what we needed it for. There are three modes which are set by the switch inside the rear of the light and you have to slide the light off the wall bracket to access this. The OFF and ON modes are self-expanatory and in AUTO mode the light waits for darkness (actually semi-darkness) and then uses the PIR sensor to detect moving heat sources (also know as human beings) and switches the light on for 15 seconds before switching off again to preserve power.

There's one slightly frustrating thing about this light - it won't stay constantly lit while you're within range. When it first 'sees' you it comes on for the preset 15 seconds but then it goes off and waits for a few moments until it 'sees' you moving again and then comes back on. Depending on what you need to illuminate that constant interruption to the light could be a bit annoying, although for us it hasn't been a critical flaw. Note that when you first switch to the AUTO mode it also switches on even in daylight, but only once and after the standard 15 seconds it goes off and stays off - although you can reset it again by covering it up for a moment so it thinks it's gone dark. Overall it's a handy little light, it isn't really bright enough to take the place of a standard light fitting but it's perfect if all you need is to see into a dark cupboard or need an automatic nightlight to see where you're going without disturbing the rest of the household. (Disclosure: item was received for independent review)


LingsFire® Cute Cartoon Shape USB Rechargeable LED Touch Press Night Light Nightlight Powered For Bedside Lighting Baby Room (little cat shape)
LingsFire® Cute Cartoon Shape USB Rechargeable LED Touch Press Night Light Nightlight Powered For Bedside Lighting Baby Room (little cat shape)
Offered by LingsFire
Price: £12.00

4.0 out of 5 stars Cute kitty light..., 18 July 2015
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This Cartoon Rechargeable Nightlight is an effective deterrent for those scary monsters that haunt children's bedrooms at night - but it's also cute enough to use as a soft nightlight anywhere else too. The light sits raised up slightly on a sprung base which has the switch built into it - so pushing down anywhere on the light switches it on and off. There's a switch on the underside to switch it on or off completely to save the battery charge. You can charge the light up using any standard USB charger or even a USB port on your computer - the cable you need is included but you have to find your own charger. The light itself is pretty lightweight and plastic-y but no more fragile than many kid's toys.

The light emits a cool blue-white light which is just bright enough to de-spookify a dark bedroom - so enough to see where you're going but barely enough to read by. It seems to last all night on a single charge without a problem but it does get dimmer as the charge depletes. My only real complaint would be that a set of non-slip bumpers underneath (there seems to be holes for them but none are fitted) would stop it slipping around the bedside table so much and would make it sound less flimsy. Overall it's a cute and simple nightlight that should be extra safe for kids to use because there's no heat, glass or mains power needed, but the construction and build-quality is nothing special. (Disclosure: item was received free for independent review)


KooPower 10M indoor LED fairy string lights Wateproof Colorful Bulb Lights IDEAL FOR CHRISTMAS TREE FESTIVE BIRTHDAY PARTY WEDDING AND MORE
KooPower 10M indoor LED fairy string lights Wateproof Colorful Bulb Lights IDEAL FOR CHRISTMAS TREE FESTIVE BIRTHDAY PARTY WEDDING AND MORE
Offered by Golden Battery
Price: £10.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Not just for Xmas..., 16 July 2015
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OK, I'll just say it - these multi-colour-cycling lights are really cool! You can't possibly appreciate the effect from still photo's so I made a short video clip to illustrate how effective they are. Each individual light cycles through a range of colours and, although I haven't managed to count them, each colour is quite distinct from the next. Each light also switches between a slow-pulse effect, when it fades from one colour to the next, to a fast-flash effect, when it quickly flashes from one colour to the next. When you first switch them on they seem to be in sync with each other and then moments later, after they've woken up and got going, they all seem to start cycling independently of the each other with no obvious pattern. To begin with you can see a sort of wave effect as they switch in clusters from the slow-pulse to the rapid-flash but the longer they're switched on the more random and independent they appear to be.

Each white globe is made from hard plastic and is slightly smaller than a 1p coin and inside each is a clever colour-cycling LED that illuminates it. The globes seem to be held in place with a retaining collar and small dabs of UHU glue, there are tell-tale strands of it on some lights, but they seem secure enough. The light is rated as waterproof to IP44 standard - which I think means splash-proof rather than really waterproof and I'd be very wary of leaving them outdoors unless under cover like on a veranda. There's a tiny DC transformer built into the cable (240V AC to 12V DC) and this is placed very close to the first light in the string with only a small run (about 60mm) of cable between them, so it's awkward to discreetly conceal or protect the transformer from the elements.

They don't look particularly like Christmas or seasonal lights, you could use them at any time of year and in a variety of settings - they just look like really fun party lights. Many kids would probably love them for decorating their rooms but with very young kids it's worth bearing in mind they are mains-powered and there's no built-in switch, you can only switch them on or off at the socket. Also note that there's just one sequence of colour cycling available and you can't vary the speed or intensity - but with the constant switching between slow pulses and flashes that's not really an issue. They do get slightly warm in use, but just barely lukewarm and nothing worrying or obviously dangerous and the transformer seems to stay completely cool. For the price they seem like a great deal to me, this kind of effect used to only be available in expensive professional retail display lighting. I only hope the poor person diligently applying dabs of UHU glue to each light was properly paid for their efforts because they were worth it. (Disclosure: item was received for independent review)


LingsFire® Waterproof IP65 Super Bright 400 Lumens 32 LED Solar Powered PIR Motion Sensor Induction Lamp Light Nightlight For Outdoor Staircase Porch Pathway Garden Patio Yard Drive Way Lighting
LingsFire® Waterproof IP65 Super Bright 400 Lumens 32 LED Solar Powered PIR Motion Sensor Induction Lamp Light Nightlight For Outdoor Staircase Porch Pathway Garden Patio Yard Drive Way Lighting
Offered by LingsFire
Price: £21.50

5.0 out of 5 stars The sun in your eyes..., 16 July 2015
Verified Purchase(What is this?)
This is easily the brightest solar-powered LED light I've seen yet and must be the only one I've tried that could rival some of those halogen security lights we all used to install - and unlike those it doesn't guzzle electricity! Assuming you've got a good, preferably south-facing, location for it the installation is quick and easy with just two screws (supplied) and no wiring - you even get a screw-hole template card in the box to ensure you drill the holes in the right position. You might also consider mounting the light somewhere well above eye-level because at night the LED panel is a bit blinding and too bright to look at directly. The light itself seems well made and the photo-voltaic panel on top is huge, compared to some solar lights, and will need to be to keep all of the 32 LEDs going. There's a screw-off battery compartment on the back fitted with two 18650 Rechargeable Li-ion Batteries and because these are easily user-replaceable the light could last for many years, the solar panel and LEDs should have a much longer lifespan than the batteries will.

Did I mention this light is bright? It's easily bright enough to illuminate a good area of your outdoor space -- a patio or driveway for example -- and the PIR sensor, which detects moving heat sources, is quite sensitive to anyone walking past. The light becomes active at dusk and goes off at dawn and you can't manually override this but you can choose from 3 different lighting modes and there's a switch inside the battery compartment to set the one you want or to switch the light off completely. In mode A the light comes on at dusk at half-brightness and stays lit all night (or as long as the battery charge lasts) and in this mode the PIR sensor is not active. In mode B the light comes on at dusk at a dim brightness, just enough to see your way around, and then switches to full brightness when someone triggers the PIR sensor. In mode C the light comes on at dusk but only switches on to full brightness when someone triggers the sensor and is off otherwise. When the PIR sensor triggers the light it only stays lit for 10 seconds at a time or as long as it continues to see a moving human or animal - so if you stand very still the light will still switch off after 10 seconds, it will switch on again as soon as you start moving. This means the light might not be the best outdoor work-light but it's perfect for seeing your way around your property or seeing approaching visitors.

The white colour of this unit makes a nice change from the ubiquitous black and because we were considering fixing the light to the white fascias running around our roof it should blend in nicely. It's a sizeable light, about the width of a letterbox, and seems well made and designed to withstand the elements. It might need a good amount of light to fully charge those 18650 batteries but we've found that they're storing enough power to keep the light going all night (in Mode B) and still have power left over the next day - so maybe they're capacious enough to store up enough power on sunny days to keep it going through the next dull day? Either way, if you need something easy to install, free to run and bright enough to rival a traditional main-powered light then I doubt you could find anything much more effective than this. (Disclosure: item was received for independent review)


[120°Angle Adjustable] LEPOWER® Solar LED Lawn Lamp / Waterproof Heatproof and Durable Outdoor Spotlight / Rechargeable Landscape Light / Spot Light Fixture Lamp for Garden Yard Courtyard Landscape Porch / Auto-on At Night / Auto-off At Sunrise
[120°Angle Adjustable] LEPOWER® Solar LED Lawn Lamp / Waterproof Heatproof and Durable Outdoor Spotlight / Rechargeable Landscape Light / Spot Light Fixture Lamp for Garden Yard Courtyard Landscape Porch / Auto-on At Night / Auto-off At Sunrise
Offered by Prodigy3
Price: £25.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Spotlighting the issue..., 14 July 2015
The LEPOWER Solar Lawn Light isn't the prettiest solar light you ever saw but it's one of the most useful and effective. With a extra large photo-voltaic panel attached it can really soak up some rays and it's going to need them because the spotlight effect it creates is really quite bright and it's charging up a high-capacity 18650 Li-ion cell inside. Unusually for a solar light this LEPOWER version creates a focussed beam, not just a general glow, of pure-white light that you can control and direct towards a particular plant or architectural feature you want to highlight. The light comes on at dusk and goes off at dawn and you can't really override this but there is a rubber-sealed button on the back of the solar panel which cycles through OFF/LOW/HIGH. Although there are two brightness settings the instructions recommend using the LOW setting, presumably to keep the light lit for as long as possible, but if you only needed the light to stay on till late evening and not all through the night the HIGH setting could be practical too. We've had ours a couple of weeks and the large solar panel really seems to work and even on dull days it's managed to charge up a decent amount - although admittedly I didn't stay up all night to count how many hours it lasted. It's also survived the ravages of a Scottish Summer - including thunderstorms, hailstones and downpours - and an accidental encounter with the power-washer with no obvious leaks or problems.

You get both a ground spike and a wall bracket in the pack so you can put it almost anywhere, preferably with the solar panel facing south so it gets the maximum charge. With no wiring to worry about it can also be concealed amongst your plants (providing it's not shaded by anything) and provide a dramatic uplight when night falls. The LOW setting gives a glowing pool of light, the HIGH setting is more like a conventional spotlight - actually I've cycled around with bicycle lights that weren't as bright as this thing on HIGH, so it's pretty good for a solar light. One negative point is that both the solar panel and the lamp itself can only be adjusted in one plane, they simply tilt up and down (independently) and can't swivel sideways. This means that, although you can have the PV panel and the lamp pointing in opposite directions, you can't set them at right angles to each other and that does slightly limit the useful positions you can place the light in. However it works well for wall-mounting as you can easily direct the PV panel up and the light itself down and this light could be a great way to increase the security around your property, even during a power outage.

The good news is that inside the PV panel section is a replaceable 18650 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery, which although it's a quality capacious battery that could last several years, will probably still wear out years before the PV panel or LED's do - but because it's easily replaceable this light could have a much longer potential lifespan. It couldn't be much easier to add a bit of dramatic lighting to your garden or outdoor area, no wiring to worry about and no electricity bill to pay either - and given how expensive 18650 batteries alone can be this light seems an especially good deal. (Disclosure: item was received for independent review)


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