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Me and Fieldsporthunter had the plr500 and the striker out last night scanned the field with the 500 then scanned it with the striker we missed loads of rabbits with the 500 doesn't show up the eyes a

after seeing my mates 140 I'm gonna get the 170 (just so that mines bigger than his) lol

For any man serious at the Lamping game a good lamp is essential , 100w halogen light takes some beating it's a good light and makes spotting a doddle. Dare I say the LED as started to come along wi

It's been a long time since I've done any lamping so it's not really something I can give advice about. If you're looking for a bright torch have a look at some of the powerful Fenix's, they give out an untinted white light:

http://www.torchdirect.co.uk/searchlight-torches.html

Yep, there's some powerful torches out there......with crazy throw...I can't understand why lamp makers make there lamps so big...as long as it can cope with the heat of the led and have a constant current your half way there.....your always going to lose some brightness not using the cool white, but you get better colour rendering/ indentification.

 

The latest hl leds are dedomed and good for throw giving better intensity. good torches arnt cheap though.

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if you are comparing a led to a halogen ,at least compare like for like. A 240 blitz is fecking huge ,a 120 is tiny in comparison ,maybe a more realistic comparison would be a 140 or 170

ive compared the enforcer 140 to a dloyyd 150 and the enforcer was far better imo. but it needs a battery and cables are b*****ds lol the 150 is a cracking lamp for the price but it doesn't cut it next to a halogen.

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if you are comparing a led to a halogen ,at least compare like for like. A 240 blitz is fecking huge ,a 120 is tiny in comparison ,maybe a more realistic comparison would be a 140 or 170

 

ive compared the enforcer 140 to a dloyyd 150 and the enforcer was far better imo. but it needs a battery and cables are b*****ds lol the 150 is a cracking lamp for the price but it doesn't cut it next to a halogen.

I've got both too halogen and led ,and haven't took my halogen out since.

Don't get me wrong I loved the lightforce 170 I have had for years but the convenience for working out the motor is great for the led lamps .

Never liked HID lamps myself.

Some of the led torches are brilliant for their sizes ,and the little power they consume, you just need to get one with the beam shape right.

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if you are comparing a led to a halogen ,at least compare like for like. A 240 blitz is fecking huge ,a 120 is tiny in comparison ,maybe a more realistic comparison would be a 140 or 170

 

ive compared the enforcer 140 to a dloyyd 150 and the enforcer was far better imo. but it needs a battery and cables are b*****ds lol the 150 is a cracking lamp for the price but it doesn't cut it next to a halogen.

I've got both too halogen and led ,and haven't took my halogen out since,isn't the enforcer HID?
you may well be correct there Roybo I think it is hid? But anyway, my mates smaller "hid" pisses all over my led lol
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You can have both led and hid in the enforcer lads

whats hid stand for forgive my ignorance?
mine was supposed to say halogen and hid sorry mate lol and im glad roybo answered because I didn't have a clue lol
no bother buddy I only ever heard of led and halogen the hid is new to me and will cause further confusion lol.
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