Lights

Rossi46

Private Member
#1
It’s that time of year again. Nights drawing in. Cold, damp, dark jobs :coffe:
What’s the latest and greatest on the light front? The Wibble wobble light has bit the dust. Not spending any more to repair it.
It was 30,000 lumens and as far as I can see nothing else comes close.
I’ve got one of them Apollo 16,000 lumen but it’s not the best.
I know this has been done to death but technology moves fast.
Thanks
 

Gibbo

Well-Known Member
#2
Do you wanna sell the Apollo cant find them anywhere
 

Danny

Administrator
#4
I just bought some what look like halogens but LEDs... christ allmighty they are bright...
 
#7
I want some nice small ens that are bright as f**k but dont have you trowling shadows
 

essexandy

The Lake Governor
#8
I have used florescent tube lights for years, finding that really bright lights, such as halogens, just didn't show up any faults as well.
 

Lodan

Well-Known Member
#15
Oh no.....not light time again already is it:frenetico: I bought 3 of the Apollo when they were clearing out, think they got discontinued
 

Rossi46

Private Member
#16
Oh no.....not light time again already is it:frenetico: I bought 3 of the Apollo when they were clearing out, think they got discontinued
It was only a few weeks ago they were still selling for £40. I should have bought them all and made a few bob.
 
#17
It was only a few weeks ago they were still selling for £40. I should have bought them all and made a few bob.
Hope you dont mind ne jumping in,I use these- nightsearcher megastar on ebay item number 253544207904 very good,cheap and I havent burnt one out in 9 months
 

Rossi46

Private Member
#18
Hope you dont mind ne jumping in,I use these- nightsearcher megastar on ebay item number 253544207904 very good,cheap and I havent burnt one out in 9 months
The link doesn’t work matey. I’ll search nightsearcher (y)
 
#19
Hope you dont mind ne jumping in,I use these- nightsearcher megastar on ebay item number 253544207904 very good,cheap and I havent burnt one out in 9 months
you can mount them on a pole,or screw to a nything,but i find they work fine on the floor,they have a bracket you can crank right over to get the ceilings,and no shadows
 

Rossi46

Private Member
#20
you can mount them on a pole,or screw to a nything,but i find they work fine on the floor,they have a bracket you can crank right over to get the ceilings,and no shadows
Sounds good :birra:
 

Rossi46

Private Member
#21
@ozzy ive just ordered one. 12,000 lumen for £15!!! Bargain. Good shout!! (y)(y)(y)
 
#28
I doubt it mate for the money it is. I’ll let you know when it arrives though.
They are greatly reduced by looks of it but as you say for that price doesn’t matter. I think there are 2 settings so you can get 5,800 lumens or the full spec 11,500
 

Rossi46

Private Member
#29
They are greatly reduced by looks of it but as you say for that price doesn’t matter. I think there are 2 settings so you can get 5,800 lumens or the full spec 11,500
HAve you ordered one? Worth a punt for £15
 

Rossi46

Private Member
#31
Yes mate I’m a light junkie, my mates got a Festool be so funny if this is just as good lol!
I was close to ordering a little Bosch one. £120 for 1900 lumen. Can control it from your phone haha bit of a gimmick. Might get one yet it’s so small it’ll be handy for little jobs.
 
#32
I was close to ordering a little Bosch one. £120 for 1900 lumen. Can control it from your phone haha bit of a gimmick. Might get one yet it’s so small it’ll be handy for little jobs.
b*****d why did you have to tell me that lol! :LOL:
 
#33
I was close to ordering a little Bosch one. £120 for 1900 lumen. Can control it from your phone haha bit of a gimmick. Might get one yet it’s so small it’ll be handy for little jobs.
Show me :)
 

Smudger1

Well-Known Member
#34
I just Ordered that rover one off e bay .
Replacement bulbs easy to get ?
 
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