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At the risk of sounding daft - absolutely billiant
By Mr. S. J. Turner on 17 January 2015
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Yes it would, depending on what you need it for. Very bright directional output. Use mine for emergency lighting in case of power cut and have used it in a very large loft for looking in dark corners. Has the advantage of being able to hang on its hook and has strong magnets on back for attaching to anything metal.
By Michael Rawlinson on 06 November 2015
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All I can say after a couple of months it is still working with no loss of brightness, don't know how long the batteries would last if used continuously. Great lamp though sure you won't be disappointed
By tvlvideo on 24 September 2015
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8 1/2 inches
By ray coughtrey on 02 August 2015
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Sorry I can't help, this was a gift for someone and I no longer have the item. Hope someone else is able to answer your question.
By Nan on 29 January 2017
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Sorry haven't had to change them yet. Hope you crack the code!
By roni w on 12 November 2015
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Hi, lights are on just one side. The other side has 2 magnets as well as the hook you can see. It does give out a lot of light.
By Mrs Teresa A Larkin on 21 August 2014
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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 wa… see more 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 see less 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
By WereWolfBob on 13 April 2015
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It would be perfect for camping.
By dajohn on 06 June 2017
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I see no reason why not. It does have batteries installed when you receive it.

By AlexKrycek on 17 September 2014