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Post by oneday on Sat 19 Sep 2015, 7:14 pm

found this light strip--all of about 5m long and finally gave it a go when out bush with the Mrs,

they certainly light up the place and are easy to roll out around a tree or two.
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Re: LED light strip..

Post by Wedgetail on Sun 20 Sep 2015, 9:33 am

I found these pretty good as well:

http://www.altronics.com.au/p/x0224-7.4v-8w-led-folding-work-light/

Rechargeable and an 8 watt LED output is something like 70 watt light bulb. Handy whatever ya use it for.

I have a 12 volt LED flood from the same company and I haven't run the genny at night whilst cooking for about a year now. Just as good as 150 watt, 240 volt floodlight.
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Re: LED light strip..

Post by Peaky on Thu 24 Sep 2015, 9:32 am

Gents

I have a 12v 10W LED flood and a 12X 30W Floodlight
I sell them from my shop
On my last trip we hooked the 30w Flood up and boy did it light up a huge area

It was daylight for about 50m X 50m good light for Night beeping

The real reason I got them is If I have a breakdown at night I can hook it up to see what I need to fix

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