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28-11-2019, 00:15   #1
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Olight i3 AAA flashlight £4.95

A repeat(ish) of the previous deal from August. "Free" flashlight but you have to pay shipping.



New accounts can get the i3E Black (1xAAA)

Existing accounts can get an i3 UV Green (1xAAA)

Note that the green one is a UV flashlight - not something that everybody would have a use for. They can be used for verifying bank notes, looking for pet stains etc.

Offer starts now (28th) and runs til stocks last.

https://www.olightstore.uk/
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28-11-2019, 02:25   #2
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I have one of these torches from the August deal, and I can confirm its a cracking but of kit. What makes it good is that it takes a AAA battery unlike a lot of others that take the button batteries.
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You'll get those for a few quid on eBay.
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How much is P&P?
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You'll get those for a few quid on eBay.
Link to same quality item please?

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How much is P&P?
£4.95 (stg)

What's the quality and light output like on these?

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I'm sure some of you lads' bedrooms will look like a Jackson Pollock when you use the UV light
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The previous deal thread is here. A few people bought one and most seemed pretty happy with it.

The main thing is that it is one of the smallest 1xAAA flashlights you can get.



Output is 90 lumen which is good for a 1xAAA. There are brighter 1xAAA but none at this size or price. It has a TIR optic rather than a reflector so it has a smooth beam with decent throw.

The UV (ultra-violet) version, it's a better saving but not everyone will have a use for it.
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Rubish. On Wish app you get same flashlight for free. Just pay shipping 2 euro.
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28-11-2019, 15:19   #13
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Rubish. On Wish app you get same flashlight for free. Just pay shipping 2 euro.
I checked and they offered me a choice of one sock, a half-used chapstick or a screen protector for Nokia 3210. "Rubish" indeed.
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https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F143360443908


A little rechargeable one for cheap.
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A little rechargeable one for cheap.
That's massive compared to the OP. I've one from the last time and it's barely bigger than a door key. The only slight issue I have is that it'll drain the battery even if inserted backwards, so you need to leave it off regardless of how the battery is inserted.
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