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Tesco Torch

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by The Bailiff, Feb 28, 2009.

  1. The Bailiff

    The Bailiff Busy Member

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    I have just been down to Tesco's and bought one of these cree torches and i kid you not the light out of this thing is something else!!!:cool:
    Don't go buying these expensive gun lights when for £12:00 at tescos you can buy one of these things!!
    Just got to work out how i can fit this torch to the scope as it's 30mm wide and i can only find some 1inch mounts.
    So any good ideas would be appreciated.
    Chris.
     
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    I bought a cree torch, but it was £50 :D
     
  3. The Bailiff

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    You earn to much money Andy!:D:D
     
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    I wish i did, it said on the website "Buy me" so like a fool i did.

    There was a post on here not long ago, where someone bought a velcro strap to attach a torch to scope or barrel. Looked quite good, seller was on ebay, but the last time i looked he did not have any listed, :( i will try looking again as i wanted a couple.
     
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    Andy this is your lucky day i have just found those straps on ebay and the item number is 370164824636.
    They look like they will sort the problem out!.
    Chris.
     
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    can you post a photo pls.
     
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    Here you go Dazz!!
    My logan filter fits this torch aswell,it just gets better!
    If your going to buy one make sure you get the one with cree written on the packet i have included a photo of the lens and led to show you what to look for because they sell two that look identical and both for £12:00 but two different light outputs.
    Hope this help you fella?.
    Chris.
     
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    The Picture here shows the difference between the logan lamp and a Tesco's torch the one on the left is Tesco's.
     
  11. Andy

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    Looks a good little strong torch that Chris, does it say what the run time is.
     
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    Actually Andy i am doing that test at the moment and it's been 2hrs and 10mins and still going strong at the mo' so i will let you know!.
    There were no details on the pack for run time but i suppose for £12 you can't have everything!.:D
     
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    My torch has two power modes and on full power it put out 225 lumens and lasts for 1.5 Hours. :D 10 Hours on low power at 60 Lumens.
     
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    Well Andy if we are gonna get smart! my £12 Torch has two setting aswell!

    ON/OFF
    I find the on being the Brightest!:tongue2::tongue2::tongue2:.
     
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    My sister works for Tesco's, so i could get one at a discount price. :thefinger2:
     
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    Shame you did'nt think of that before you had your trousers pulled down and paid £50.:moon::moon::moon::D:D:D.
     
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    The company i work for sell the Led Lenser Police Tech Focus range of torches, but i'm happy with my Fenix TK10. :up:

    [​IMG]
     
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    hmm think al be off to tescos in the morrow :p:D
     
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    Andy what is the size of the end cap of that and can you obtain the pressure switches as i was wondering if i could get one to fit the Tesco's torch? The Tesco's has a male cap that screws into the body and it looks like a 27mm internal thread?.
     
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    Just make sure you get the right one as i have already stated there's two and they look identical but the difference is massive in light output.
     

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