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On ‎21‎/‎09‎/‎2019 at 15:35, mC HULL said:

how do led compare to lightfore 170/240 the few ive seen tracer been poor really atb

my mate got a cluson led lamp don't know what one its like my 170 one but while it has a nice beam all the eyes look the same colour and I think it makes foxes more skittish like it spooks em a bit.

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15 hours ago, All-terrain said:

It has flood or spot option, Dimmer, four colours, nicely balanced,fits in pocket, quality built, feels solid enough, At 

Keep us posted mate .what distance do you get

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On 22/09/2019 at 00:59, mhopton said:

Tried out the 65W lamp from d Lloyd the other night . 

10/10 

simple as that everything was just right ,wait balance, beam,  just perfect’ at last a lamp which does the job close in and really far away so another good buy from D Lloyd happy nights lamping with a good little lamp . Ps

one little thing that I did notice was there was know where to attach a tether easily made right with a little parra cord

So glad you liked it about time we got really good lamps to work with.atb

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On 08/09/2019 at 20:55, stormyboy said:

I'm the same trig. I like a tight beam, I have the gamekeeper 120, plenty bright enough but the beam is wide. 

Bumped for guy looking for good lamp

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9 hours ago, Chunky11 said:

Do you have any DL120 in stock yet? Regards Kevin 

Hope to get delivery on the 10th mate

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On 22/09/2019 at 23:05, All-terrain said:

It has flood or spot option, Dimmer, four colours, nicely balanced,fits in pocket, quality built, feels solid enough, At 

AT, How is it for brightness and the distance of the beam. Also how is the battery life. 

Id appreciate any info you can, really interested in the lamp and just wondering if its worth the money. Will be using for lurcher work.

Thanks

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On 08/09/2019 at 00:01, D Lloyd said:

UPDATE AS PROMISED

Took the lamps out last night and put them through their paces. Was very impressed with both lamps. The 3-stage switch is a great new feature; goes from high to medium to low. The lowest light is easily the equivalent to a PLR500 and a similar spot, maybe slightly wider. The medium is easily equal and then some to the Gamekeeper 120, however not as wide a beam as the Gamekeeper. High mode is by far the brightest light I have seen, with this lamp being 45W. Well, this was until I tried the second new model which is a whopping 65W. This is crazy bright, putting out over 6500 lumens. The spot on this lamp is wider than the 45W, which is quite tight. I thought it would be easy to pick the better lamp and just stick with the one model for sales, but after showing it to two friends, both keen lampers, typically one preferred the 45W and the other the 65W!

Now the specs...

DL160 45W LED Lamp   £165.00 (optional extra battery £25)

  • removable 12V lithium battery
  • 3.75 amp
  • 45W LED
  • brightness 4000 lumens
  • mode switch; high, medium, low
  • run time: high 1 hr, medium 1.5 hr, low 2.5 hr
  • charge time 3 hr
  • 'fuel gauge' display on battery
  • waterproof rating IP65
  • lifespan 10,000 hr
  • aluminium alloy body
  • colour temp 6000-7000K
  • spot beam
  • beam distance (factory spec) 1000m
  • reverse connection protection
  • 160mm head diameter
  • weight 0.99kg
  • built-in stand
  • wall charger included
  • additional battery available separately

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DL120 65W LED Lamp   £175.00 (optional extra battery £25)

  • removable 12V lithium battery
  • 5.4 amp
  • 65W LED
  • brightness 6500 lumens
  • comes with removable red filter
  • mode switch; high, medium, low
  • run time: high 1 hr, medium 1.5 hr, low 2.5 hr
  • charge time 3 hr
  • 'fuel gauge' display on battery
  • waterproof rating IP65
  • lifespan 10,000 hr
  • ABS body
  • colour temp 7000-8000K
  • spot beam
  • beam distance (factory spec) 1500m
  • reverse connection protection
  • 120mm head diameter
  • weight 0.76kg
  • built-in stand
  • wall charger included
  • additional battery available separately

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The lithium battery in both models is easy to remove, even in the dark, and additional batteries are available for sale separately. Batteries are small and fit in any coat pocket easily.  The battteries also can be used as a stand-alone power pack to charge thermal cameras, GPS handsets and collars and mobile phones.  When the battery is removed there is an additional connector which fits onto the lamp to connect to your vehicle's cigarette lighter.

 

 

 

Got the two new models back in stock for the lads and lases that have asked. Very good feed back on first lot o

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On 08/09/2019 at 00:01, D Lloyd said:

UPDATE AS PROMISED

Took the lamps out last night and put them through their paces. Was very impressed with both lamps. The 3-stage switch is a great new feature; goes from high to medium to low. The lowest light is easily the equivalent to a PLR500 and a similar spot, maybe slightly wider. The medium is easily equal and then some to the Gamekeeper 120, however not as wide a beam as the Gamekeeper. High mode is by far the brightest light I have seen, with this lamp being 45W. Well, this was until I tried the second new model which is a whopping 65W. This is crazy bright, putting out over 6500 lumens. The spot on this lamp is wider than the 45W, which is quite tight. I thought it would be easy to pick the better lamp and just stick with the one model for sales, but after showing it to two friends, both keen lampers, typically one preferred the 45W and the other the 65W!

Now the specs...

DL160 45W LED Lamp   £165.00 (optional extra battery £25)

  • removable 12V lithium battery
  • 3.75 amp
  • 45W LED
  • brightness 4000 lumens
  • mode switch; high, medium, low
  • run time: high 1 hr, medium 1.5 hr, low 2.5 hr
  • charge time 3 hr
  • 'fuel gauge' display on battery
  • waterproof rating IP65
  • lifespan 10,000 hr
  • aluminium alloy body
  • colour temp 6000-7000K
  • spot beam
  • beam distance (factory spec) 1000m
  • reverse connection protection
  • 160mm head diameter
  • weight 0.99kg
  • built-in stand
  • wall charger included
  • additional battery available separately

1936011461_45wresize.jpg.5b4c13a503cec87ee2984ed3dfd34c02.jpg269841049_45waresize.jpg.0f9b6ee9b4f5b6e1a85ddf4ea8f1bd4f.jpg

 

DL120 65W LED Lamp   £175.00 (optional extra battery £25)

  • removable 12V lithium battery
  • 5.4 amp
  • 65W LED
  • brightness 6500 lumens
  • comes with removable red filter
  • mode switch; high, medium, low
  • run time: high 1 hr, medium 1.5 hr, low 2.5 hr
  • charge time 3 hr
  • 'fuel gauge' display on battery
  • waterproof rating IP65
  • lifespan 10,000 hr
  • ABS body
  • colour temp 7000-8000K
  • spot beam
  • beam distance (factory spec) 1500m
  • reverse connection protection
  • 120mm head diameter
  • weight 0.76kg
  • built-in stand
  • wall charger included
  • additional battery available separately

IMG_20190904_134708.jpg.af1955b571dfc650712261f7ad2daabc.jpgIMG_20190904_134732.jpg.7f4449c56281bed71af2bddcbcf01ec3.jpg

 

The lithium battery in both models is easy to remove, even in the dark, and additional batteries are available for sale separately. Batteries are small and fit in any coat pocket easily.  The battteries also can be used as a stand-alone power pack to charge thermal cameras, GPS handsets and collars and mobile phones.  When the battery is removed there is an additional connector which fits onto the lamp to connect to your vehicle's cigarette lighter.

 

 

 

Bumped for lad that could not fine it

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Gamekeeper 120 now back in stock for lads that have asked .

allso a nother new budget model being tested for you cheep f..kers lol if it's up to it I'll be stocking them

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