Trevor Baylis Eco Pro 5 LED Wind Up Torch Reviews
Product Type: Trevor Baylis gadgets
Description:Brand: Trevor Baylis / Type: Torch / 8 hours constant light on full charge / 1 minute winding gives up to 25 minutes light / Weatherproof - ideal for indoor and outdoor use
Newest Review: ... was really good and held it's charge well. I was able to see for about half an hour for about 200 winds of the little handle ... more
Customer Trevor Baylis Eco Pro 5 LED Wind Up Torch Reviews (8)
by - written on 14/01/10 (Very useful, 58 readings)
This wind up torch has been a saviour for me on numerous occasions, but the most impressive has been during the recent ( Dec 09 - Jan 10 ) cold spell. When the Cold snap started just before Christmas I lost Electricity for just over 72 hours... think about it. For three whole days, I hammered this torch; it was in use virtually all day and all night apart from my sleeping hours. It was magnificent, it never missed a beat. It was the only source of light I had, apart from Battery powered torches, which, in truth, are a waste of time, and money compared to this little gem. For what I need / needed from it, it is faultless. It provides instant and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/07/09 (Very useful, 975 readings)
Imagine a scenario. It's late, you've just finished work, it's dark, and your car won't start. With a sigh, you get your torch from the glove compartment, only to find that it doesn't work or even worse, the batteries have leaked and the inside looks like a chemical waste dump. This has happened to me. I did two things, firstly I bought a more reliable car, and secondly, I bought a wind up torch! The Eco Pro 5 LED Wind Up Torch is not cheap at around £23, but it will never need batteries, and should always provide light when you need it to. The torch is, I think, quite stylish in appearance. Around seven inches long, it's made of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/09/09, updated on 09/03/10 (Very useful, 638 readings)
Most gadgets these days are only as good as the battery life as they increasingly contain more built in features and add-ons which zap away at the power, and with batteries costing a small fortune, its not surprising that these little wind up radio's are beginning to catch on. I got mine a couple of years ago as a Christmas present when they cost around £20 to buy which in my opinion was a little bit too expensive. The wind up torch comes with a stash of various mobile phone charging connectors allowing you to supply power to your phone in an emergency; this makes it an ideal object to stash in your car or desk at work. The only trouble with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/11/10 (Very useful, 155 readings)
I am a big fan of gadgets and boy's toys and I kept meaning to get a torch for my car as I had visions of breaking down somewhere in the countryside and not being able to see a thing. To be honest it's not like I would know the first thing about fixing the car but at least I would have some light whilst waiting for the tow truck. Anyway I was browsing on Amazon looking for one when I came across the Trevor Baylis eco pro torch. What immediately appealed to me about this torch was the fact that it didn't need batteries and was completely powered by winding it up. As it was only £15 and the general concensious was that it was fairly decent I decided to buy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/10/11 (Very useful, 101 readings)
About two years ago (or was it 3?) my partner and I and a few friends decided to go camping on the seaside... I was already fully packed when my father came to me and as he knows how surprised me with a last minute gadget from the pocket (well not exactly from the pocket since this thingy is quite big) - it was a dynamo torch. I already had a regular torch packed but I know I would break his hart if I would not want to pack this one too. Now the torch is a bit big, I am used to having "camping stuff" as small as possible but OK, at least it is easy to find in the dark - when you naturally need it the most. It is quite light though and it is shaped ... Read the complete review
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