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    Terrible service.....

    I bought a Surefire 10x Dominator re-chargeable torch 18 months ago and it was never the brightest and i have used it maybe 30 times.. it now only holds charge for 20 minutes and has a heat crack on the bezel and the lower power bulb has blown at 45 each. I emailed Surefire three times and not even had a reply!! I would advise you not to buy from them as they are charging a premium price for a rubbish product.

    Don't laugh at the price either.... http://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rct...QNFdZVmhNlBfag
    Last edited by RED-DOT; 13-03-2012 at 19:38.

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    That's one hell of a price for a torch, I have a G2 surefire the most robust torch I have had.

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    Cost seems not to buy quality. I have the M6 Guardian and the batteries are about 18 for a fill each time so i bought the 10X thinking it would save that each outing but it is not half as bright and you get 15-20 minutes of use... Most dissapointed in Surefire.

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    so many powerfull led torches out there now,led's last forever almost.try searching for some of these if your still in the market.dereelight,fenix etc

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    I'm impressed with my one of these from the Newark shooting show

    (CLUB-1) Clu-Briter - Clulite | Cluson Engineering Ltd.

    And made in Britain! I had a faulty switch with a torch of theirs and they sent me one out FOC

    Section 161 of the Highways Act 1980 (England & Wales) makes it an offence to discharge a firearm within 50 ft of the centre of a highway with vehicular rights without lawful authority or excuse, if as a result a user of the highway is injured, interrupted or endangered.

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    LED Lenser torches are fantastic. They aren't cheap, but then again they last forever and are seriously bright. They all run off "off the shelf" batteries so you don't need a mortgage to run them, and you can slip in readily available rechargables to bring the costs down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apache View Post
    I'm impressed with my one of these from the Newark shooting show

    (CLUB-1) Clu-Briter - Clulite | Cluson Engineering Ltd.

    And made in Britain! I had a faulty switch with a torch of theirs and they sent me one out FOC
    Great torches. Goes ages between charges and very bright. I use one to walk the dogs. Been fault free for about a year now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apache View Post
    I'm impressed with my one of these from the Newark shooting show

    (CLUB-1) Clu-Briter - Clulite | Cluson Engineering Ltd.

    And made in Britain! I had a faulty switch with a torch of theirs and they sent me one out FOC
    I love mine, lasts ages on a charge, and holds it's charge very well even in storage.
    But I would never claim it was made in England, sold in England certainly, but you can bet your life it came from china.

    Neil.

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    Another vote for LED lenser. I have several (6) Surefire lamps, but the bulbs do not seem to last long, and the rechargeable batteries do not hold a charge, shame as they are bright!

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    Yip.... 45 for a tiny bulb ?

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