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  1. Captain cool

    Captain cool New Member

    I'm looking to get a new 240v work light if anyone can make any recommendations.

    it has to be LED as I don't want to be messing about with bulbs.
    I have a rechargeable LED 5w that is handy in lofts etc. Like this one;

    It is a bit flimsy and it's power lead is a thin a bell wire.

    I want ant something I can set up in a loft or airing cupboard that I'm going to be in all day.
  2. gmartine

    gmartine GSR

    Last edited: Nov 20, 2016
  3. Masood

    Masood Guest

  4. newcastle phill

    newcastle phill Guest

    I have a massive led torch that works of a motorcycle battery. It was expensive but will stay illuminated for 12 hours on full power
  5. tolly

    tolly Plumber

  6. gmartine

    gmartine GSR

    ^^ 4000 lumens is projector bright.
  7. tolly

    tolly Plumber

    It is very bright but id take most quoted lumen figures with a pinch of salt.
  8. newcastle phill

    newcastle phill Guest

    Its a nightsearcher 750[​IMG]
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  9. AWheating

    AWheating Trusted Plumber GSR

    You and a light with a cre led, not one with lots of smaller leds. I have a 2000lum 18v Ryobi hybrid light from the USA which can also be plugged into the mains although I've never bothered to sort a lead out for it.

    The 240v screwfix ones are good for the money, sparks on site has got one and it's good.