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LED Lenser Torches...

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by rimfire, Jan 20, 2009.

  1. rimfire

    rimfire Active Member

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    Just bought an LED Lenser P7 torch off fleabay for 43 quid, comes with a nylon mount for attatching to mountain bike handles for free which im gonna use to mount it to my rifle for going out rabbiting, anyone ever used one of the lenser torches before?from what ive heard theyre Censored hot and last for ages (160hrs). it takes 4 AAA batts and apparently casts the beam for 100 metres!? sounds too good to be true?! :confused: :D
     
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    Bollis Newbie

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    If it sounds too good to be true, it is.
     
  3. scoobyhunter

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    ive got a p7 too,very bright and compact,just wish i could fit a remote switch to it,no reply to emails from "lenser" about the possabilitys of buying a switch for it.might make my own but then ill have no "2 stage" power i think.but yes,fcukin great torch! (do not shine in your eyes!!!)
     
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    sorry forgot,i think the claims of 160hrs is a bit optimistic,maybe with the torch on low power mode and with batterys at optimum temp,but realisticaly i think 30hrs battery life should be ok? its enough as night time is only about 12hrs! unless u live in the north pole lol lol.:)
     
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    tesco torch

    Tesco do brilliant torches, small AA for £8.00 & medium sized C type, 3 watt cree type lamp for £12.00, amazing range, light output, quality & value.
     
  6. rimfire

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    awesome, cant wait to check it out, it arrived today but i was out so gotta get it tomorrow!:( if u figure out how to make a switch let me know! :D
     
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    Ive got remote switches,if you any good with a solder iron then your welcome to them mate.:up:
     
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    yes please...........

    hiya,i would like a switch if you can spare one please,pm me with a price and ill send u some cash m8,thankyou very much:)
     
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    ive got one of these police tactical lenser torch very good left it on till the next night lol
    it was still bright enough to go out with ......
     
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    PM sent mate.
     
  11. rimfire

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    Just got it today, looks the buisiness and it nearly melted my eyeballs out when i looked at it like a numpty! :D i might give it a go at some point if i can get out rabbiting and see how i get along, but if its too hard to use in the field i may have to take sumo up on his offer if he still has a spare switch!not sure how it go about fitting it tho :s but either way, awesome torch by the look of it, will give it a proper review once ive been out with it! :D
     
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    no chance of getting a switch, i had 4 torches and returned 4 torches as lenser dont do switches, good light sh**e torches!
     
  13. rimfire

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    you can make your own if your any good at electronics, you can buy switches for other lamping kits and just do your own conversion, providing you know how! :confused::D
     

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