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Is d Lloyd still on here selling lamps sorry if this is in wrong place 

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3 hours ago, Bradus1 said:

Is d Lloyd still on here selling lamps sorry if this is in wrong place 

He’s still on here, Drop him a pm mate he may be able to help you out.

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i had a lamp off Lloyd it was one of the first three the middle one fits in my coat pocket easy to charge no battery good beam but i only do rabbit and the odd mistake on the hare nice and light well worth the money  

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3 hours ago, D Lloyd said:

Be getting new model lamps soon

Anything cordless, as bright as the 120 but narrower beam mate?

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I’m after new lamp but don’t want something that spreads just a tight beam any advice. 

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2 hours ago, stormyboy said:

Anything cordless, as bright as the 120 but narrower beam mate?

Yes and more distance if you can wait should be here in a week but I will want to test it fully before selling them

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2 hours ago, forest said:

I’m after new lamp but don’t want something that spreads just a tight beam any advice. 

If you can hang on a week or to I'll have what you are after but need to test fully before selling think this will change lamping for every one no more battery over shoulder and wirers getting in the way

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These new lamps that your getting in... Are they just Led mate ? 

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3 hours ago, breeze said:

These new lamps that your getting in... Are they just Led mate ? 

Yes mate jest led

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On 30/08/2019 at 19:26, D Lloyd said:

If you can hang on a week or to I'll have what you are after but need to test fully before selling think this will change lamping for every one no more battery over shoulder and wirers getting in the way

I’m not a regular on here. Do you deal in them or have a shop. 

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5 hours ago, Marvel said:

anything more discrete than a f***ing dust bin lid.

Getting smaller all the time will up date this post end of the week

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14 hours ago, forest said:

I’m not a regular on here. Do you deal in them or have a shop. 

Pm me if you need one

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