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    40w LED Batten lamp 3600 lumens

    Blimey.... tha'ts bright , and yet beautifully distributed/diffused

    utterly perfect workshop lamp. Very light weight, has spread the light-love across a large area in my garage

    Gonna buy another for a workshop, because it's very clean light

    https://www.homebase.co.uk/arlec-40w...-light_p386522
    though mine came from sister shop Bunnings

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    Re: 40w LED Batten lamp 3600 lumens

    So for £26 you get a batten that is 1.2m by 1.2m..... and there's four of 'em in the pack... for £26?
    Think their specs page is a bit off...!!

    Also - You have a separate garage and workshop?
    Damn!!

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    Re: 40w LED Batten lamp 3600 lumens

    no....its a 1.2 m strip lamp....only one of them... but its v bright you knew that

    Garage yes... big double

    Workshop... yes soon. In planning.

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    Re: 40w LED Batten lamp 3600 lumens

    Quote Originally Posted by Zak33 View Post
    no....its a 1.2 m strip lamp....only one of them... but its v bright you knew that
    But.... their website says......

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    Re: 40w LED Batten lamp 3600 lumens

    hey. I didn't need it any bigger

    Quick run down - came with loads of cable, properly soldered both ends for ease of slotting into junction box and into lamp, which you have to do yourself. Water tight screw thread/squeeze adaptor to keep it relatively rain proof, though for me it's in the garage so irrelevent

    Two metal clamps, that fit the shape of the light casing. They have a bolt that goes through with a lock nut to pull the clamp together. Fit the clamps to the roof joists (single screw), tighten the bolts until the lamp would clip in and doesn't fall, push the lamp into the clips and gently tighten a tad so it wont pop back out. If it needs moving, loosen the nut/bolt a little to allows the lamp to pull free.

    It is VERY light weight. I just purchased another, and now I know the lamps weight, I realise that half thebox weight IS the box.

    These are good enough diffued light that I think they'd fit will along lower skirting board height for side/uplighting. So long as they didn't get hit hard.

    Quote Originally Posted by Advice Trinity by Knoxville
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    "If you don't gaffer it, it will gaffer you" | "Belt and braces"

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