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Uni-Lite combination lamp from Wimbledon Bootsale Today. For Philip (Lampman)

Uni-Lite combination lamp from Wimbledon Bootsale Today. For Philip (Lampman)

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This is NOS and NIB brand spanking new, well it was in the 80s I would think it has never been used or even taken out of the box, uses batteries or nicads and if the latter is used there is a charging lead with a car dashboard plug. Has fluorescent tube flashing hazard lights and a flashlight (torch). It is made in China but looks like one of their better efforts.

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Feb 22, 2014 at 11:27 AM Author: TheMaritimeMan
This was made by a company called Johnlite. I have this same lantern, shown here. I don't know if it's because it's cheap or because it's old, but mine has an electronic problem where on the twin blinker mode, the red will just give a quick blink while the yellow will remain on for a second or so before switching. And somethings the yellow sticks on altogether. The fluorescent lamp is your typical cheap lantern ballast, driving the lamp with about 4 watts of power on 12V, and about 3 on alkaline batteries (so probably around 2 watts on NiCDs ). It's an interesting lantern, though.

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Feb 22, 2014 at 11:46 AM Author: Lampman
Thank You, Peter.




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Feb 22, 2014 at 11:56 AM Author:
Yes Johnlite seem to make lots of lanterns and high power lantern torch, got one of these today (bet thats by Johnlite) and I am trying to bring the batteries back but think they may have been left discharged too long. Philip you are welcome I have not tried it but think it will work, be in next parcel.
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Aug 19, 2016 at 12:44 PM Author: ResR
I got similar from the reuse store only difference is that mine is unbranded.

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