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Vincey

Private Member
Nice to share but @ozzy lights rule for 2018/2019 winter season until something better maybe comes along 2019/2020
 

Wayners

Active Member
I still think a head torch works best but I always have a back light going. Got several but head torch I could not be without
 

essexandy

The Lake Governor
Have any of you lot had a look at the Scangrip rechargeable lights? My local tool shop showed us a couple, looked good. Downside is that they're £116 plus another £50 for the tripod.
 

jamesthefirst

Private Member
Have any of you lot had a look at the Scangrip rechargeable lights? My local tool shop showed us a couple, looked good. Downside is that they're £116 plus another £50 for the tripod.
The one to get is the c+r 3k or 5k as the light is very good, I bought the nova scangrip 1500 c+r but that light is not bright enough and the cordless function only lasted around 3 hours. The c+r bit means they are cordless as well as by cord which are a decent long length.
 
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