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how long dose the 10 v 14 amp last with a striker appropriately

and with the blitz

 

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Lightforce striker and Blitz will use the same amount of energy from a battery lol..they are the same bulb just a slightly larger head on the blitz

Thanks mate dno Wether to get the 22 amp or the 14 amp ill be using the 170 and the 240 on the lithium

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buy the 22 mate why save on something that you will get so much more enjoyment out of

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buy the 22 mate why save on something that you will get so much more enjoyment out of

is the 22 amp brighter I've seen the 14 amp don't seem that bright my mate told me to go for the 22 amp as there just as bright as the dry sell can any 1 confirm they are cheers Edited by laidlaw22

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buy the 22 mate why save on something that you will get so much more enjoyment out of

is the 22 amp brighter I've seen the 14 amp don't seem that bright my mate told me to go for the 22 amp as there just as bright as the dry sell can any 1 confirm they are cheers

its the bulb thats controls the brightness not the battery mate.

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buy the 22 mate why save on something that you will get so much more enjoyment out of

is the 22 amp brighter I've seen the 14 amp don't seem that bright my mate told me to go for the 22 amp as there just as bright as the dry sell can any 1 confirm they are cheers

its the bulb thats controls the brightness not the battery mate.

its nothing to do with the bulb mate ive seen the 14 amp lithium battery they ain't no were near as bright as a dry sell the 1 I've seen any way we've. Put the same lamp to a dry sell an its brighter so it's not the bulb mate buh I've heard the 22 amp is brighter I'm not saying they all dim buh the 1 I've seen is that's why I'm trying to find out cheers
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buy the 22 mate why save on something that you will get so much more enjoyment out of

is the 22 amp brighter I've seen the 14 amp don't seem that bright my mate told me to go for the 22 amp as there just as bright as the dry sell can any 1 confirm they are cheers

its the bulb thats controls the brightness not the battery mate.

its nothing to do with the bulb mate ive seen the 14 amp lithium battery they ain't no were near as bright as a dry sell the 1 I've seen any way we've. Put the same lamp to a dry sell an its brighter so it's not the bulb mate buh I've heard the 22 amp is brighter I'm not saying they all dim buh the 1 I've seen is that's why I'm trying to find out cheers

the amph of a lithium battery will have no effect on the brightness of the lamp, that is purely down to the combination of lamp and bulb :thumbs:

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buy the 22 mate why save on something that you will get so much more enjoyment out of

is the 22 amp brighter I've seen the 14 amp don't seem that bright my mate told me to go for the 22 amp as there just as bright as the dry sell can any 1 confirm they are cheers

its the bulb thats controls the brightness not the battery mate.

its nothing to do with the bulb mate ive seen the 14 amp lithium battery they ain't no were near as bright as a dry sell the 1 I've seen any way we've. Put the same lamp to a dry sell an its brighter so it's not the bulb mate buh I've heard the 22 amp is brighter I'm not saying they all dim buh the 1 I've seen is that's why I'm trying to find out cheers

the amph of a lithium battery will have no effect on the brightness of the lamp, that is purely down to the combination of lamp and bulb :thumbs:

im ganna get the kit mate 170 striker with the 22 amp 295 pound from arther carter in the c.m.w. Is there any cheaper places

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The difference between the 14ah and the 22ah is how long it will last. It has no effect on the brightness. Your mate must have had a faulty battery if it wasn't as bright. It carnt have been kicking out 12 volts.

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With a 100watt bulb you will get 2hr 10min's of power..

 

With a 75watt bulb you will get 3hr 15min's of power..

 

With a 50watt bulb you will get 4hr 20min's of power.. :thumbs:

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With a 100watt bulb you will get 2hr 10min's of power..

 

With a 75watt bulb you will get 3hr 15min's of power..

 

With a 50watt bulb you will get 4hr 20min's of power.. :thumbs:

 

What about a variable power lamp? :laugh:

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