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Ultrafire UK68 Zooming LED Flashlight Cree Q5 300LM Waterproof Torch $1.59 US (AU $2.14) Shipped @ Zapals

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The Ultrafire Cree LED flashlight is ideal for outdoors as It can shine light forward for up to 100 meters away. The flashlight features a IPX4 waterproof standard, which means your touch is protected from stray water splashes from any direction. The zooming feature allows you to rotate and adjust the focus to meet your different demands.

This handheld Cree Q5 300 LM LED flashlight is ideal for outdoors at night. It can throw light forward for up to 100 meters so you way ahead will be always super bright. Features IPX-4 waterproof standard, it can keep your touch from splashing water from any direction. With zooming function, you can rotate to adjust focus to meet your different demands. Highly reliable aluminum alloy ensures years of trouble free usage and it uses 1 x 14500 / AA battery for power.

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    Not the cheapest it’s been but these are great torches

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    Cheers OP, got a number of these - great little torches for the price.

    Grabbed one more to add to the collection.

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    Great find Op. Was looking for a some small torches for my kids to use.

    I am guessing that better to operate these with 14500 battery (rechargable Li-Ion) as 3.7V rather than single AA battery (1.5V) as would expect light output to be brighter.

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      They are damn good with AA's, just use your eneloops. They hit a dip then a cliff on light output, so it's easy to know when a replacement battery is required.

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      Make sure that you use a protected lithium battery. If the battery fails you could have a pipe bomb.

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      Can't recommend 14500's, I've blown 3x Q5-based torches with them (wiped out 80+% of the die), so back to eneloops.

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    Features IPX-4 waterproof standard, it can keep your touch from splashing water from any direction….

    Colour me confused but I still want one

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    Paid $1.75 USD for some reason, but still happy.

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    I have one in front of me right now, I would pay 3 times the price for it if it would not have the 3 modes…. I just want 1 on and off.

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    Ordered. Have noticed that Zapals charge 'tax' now (I assume GST) - presumably for compliance with shipping into Australia.

    In reality is this being enforced now (by who ? Australia post ?)

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      It's not enforced but companies are supposed to register and collect it.

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        I thought as of 1st July 2018 it was meant to be 'enforced' ? I've simply noticed it because I now see USD $0.04 being added to a 40 cent item.. so the actual implementation sure is interesting…

        My billing currency on zapals has been left as USD which perhaps is another thread - what's still the best currency to use for these low dollar purchases..

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    Is this the return of the daily torch specials? Love these lights.

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    Now I can fit one on my nerv gun too

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    It shows up as $8 when I go to the site.

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    So I have a 20 year old D cell mag light. Can anyone suggest a very bright new led torch for me that won’t break the bank?

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      BLF A6

      ~1200 real lumens stock with a really nice UI for only $25. Make sure to pick up some Samsung 18650 30Q batteries.

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        What about one that takes non 18650 batteries?
        Thanks

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        Thanks, are these rechargeable?

        If so can i charge them in my eneloop smart charger?

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          The BLF A6/Astrolux S1 both use 18650 batteries and 18650 batteries are rechargeable albeit not with an eneloop smart charger. Refer to this guide for some good well-tested 18650 batteries. LiitoKala Lii 100 would be a good choice for a charger.

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    Looks nice but I already have a xiaomi power bank and one of those usb led strips so ill save 1 item of stock for somebody else and give this a miss.

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    $8.79 now.
    ? Deal over

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    Thanks, OP.

    These are great little lights. Had a few for years. I keep one in a toolbox amoungst heavy tools and it still goes after being thrashed/oiled/watered. They seem easier to lose than break.

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    Code worked for me thanks !

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    OP should quote the price inclusive of USD 0.16 GST.

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    Comes up as $$1.75 USD , $2.46 AUD on paypal

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    Thanks OP. Seemed like a great deal, so I gave it a go.

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    Just received mine from a previous, more expensive offer by Dresslily. Nice flashlight, took me a while to figure out which section to turn to open the battery compartment (the very last metal section with the button on it) since there were no grip indents on it to help identify.

    Edit: Found out just now the mode sequence isn't high-off-low-off-strobe-off, but instead you can press the button down halfway to change the mode.

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    Got it delivered yesterday and now revoking my +1. I have a couple of these UK68 flashlights but this one feels like it's made with paper by machines with destroyed tooling.

    It is also significantly less bright than deals posed in the past. At the narrowest beam the COB spot is also smaller and dimmer. The battery floats inside whereas in the previous one it actually fits inside.

    It's just like any other $2 dollar LED flashlight as delivered, which is a shame because in the past the UK68 clones have been fantastic.

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