Uni-Com Wind-Up Micro Torch Reviews
Product Type: Uni-Com gadgets
Description:Brand: Uni-Com / Dynamo Mini Torch / Type: Torch
Newest Review: ... as well as smaller), and had a wind up part. Its battery life was not brilliant, about 10-20minutes at best before it was ... more
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Uni-Com Wind-Up Micro Torches
The Micro Torch is a compact neat little torch that will never le ...
Last Update 09.03.2014 01:11
Customer Uni-Com Wind-Up Micro Torch Reviews (2)
by - written on 15/10/12 (Very useful, 23 readings)
I bought one of these to place on my keychain, as a sort of back up torch, that doesn't need batteries. Sadly though, this is not the solution. I have another review on a wind up torch, and I have no idea why most of the ones availble seem to just fall apart. I bought one of these, and for the period it worked, it was pretty good. It was surprisingly bright for its size (at the time I also had a maglite solitairre, and it was brighter than that, as well as smaller), and had a wind up part. Its battery life was not brilliant, about 10-20minutes at best before it was noticeably dimmer, but when you got a wind up feature, that is not much of a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/01/11 (Very useful, 71 readings)
We are on something of a rechargeable light-source kick at our house at the moment, and when I saw these miniature wind-up torches for sale in 'Wilkinsons' I though they looked like a really good idea. I tend to keep a mini-LED torch on my keyring; admittedly, it's only occasionally useful but when I do use it it is pretty much indispensible eg. when I turn up at the cinema, I always plan to arrive at least 15 minutes after the programme has started (as I don't see why I have to pay £8 to see a film and then have to watch 20 minutes of stupid noisy adverts for mostly mobile bloomin' 'phones)- but if you do that the lights are often off so it's difficult to ... Read the complete review
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