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jeebowhite

Cree Torch

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If you get the cree torch, focus the light into a cree shape on the floor, and stand in a dark room with a bit of dust floating, theres the perfect answer :D

and, you could even put some coloured filter paper over the lens to get the colour effect too!

:Dp

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Light Saber? or cree torch?

I love having the money to make such a purchase :D

I would love to be able to afford a new land rover... Not because I want one, but because I just want that lump of money burning a hole in my pocket...

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My mum had one of these and it broke thanks for the reminder i ordered two

I carry a Cree torch on my work vest and it's a cracking bit of kit.

Mine came with two rechargable batteries, car charger, home charger and an adaptor to use AAA if necessary.

Similar to this one-

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/UltraFire-1800Lm-CREE-XM-L-T6-LED-Zoomable-Flashlight-Torch-Lamp-18650-AC-Car-CH-/370877952839?pt=UK_SportsLeisure_Camping_LightsLanternsTorches&hash=item565a0c7347

On check out has anyone seen the express delivery price? £200 :lol:

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An Ultrasabers light saber for £260 is what I need in life.

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My mum had one of these and it broke thanks for the reminder i ordered two

On check out has anyone seen the express delivery price? £200 :lol:

Yeah mate, I saw, though I thought it was £100? Either way, guy's gone crazy. :rolleyes:

Or possibly trying to trick some careless fool into accidentally choosing it without realizing.

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Yeah mate, I saw, though I thought it was £100? Either way, guy's gone crazy. :rolleyes:

Or possibly trying to trick some careless fool into accidentally choosing it without realizing.

Yeah it says £100 and then £200 at check out

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That is soooo bright!!! The battery cant last long lol

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You would be surprised, you can get a high milliamper and it should last longer!

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I have a LED Lenser P7 (Really handy little torch) and a LED Lenser P14, i also own one of these.......CLICK

I call it the 'Beast' for obvious reasons.

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certainly is a beast!

It has more power than a Focus headlight jeebo. :lol:

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lmfao that isnt bad at all!

How long do the batteries last in that bad boy?

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lmfao that isnt bad at all!

How long do the batteries last in that bad boy?

I use high capacity Powerex 11,000 mAh rechargables. The 'beast' takes FOUR of these babies, and you need a top quality charger for them so the initial outlay is quite expensive. I'm not sure about battery life, but even on full power (It can light a football field) maybe around the 2 hour mark as quoted in the sales pitch? If anyone is considering buying one of these monsters then you must budget for these high power rechargables (approx £27 for TWO) and a high end charger. Don't even consider Duracell or any other Alkaline battery......Unless you want to take a second mortgage out! :D

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Lol, nice! I am looking for some high milliampers for my camera, but I can only tend to find up to 3000mAh

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