Wolf-Eyes LED torch (Sea-Lion Hunter model)

To: "'Birding Aus'" <>
Subject: Wolf-Eyes LED torch (Sea-Lion Hunter model)
From: "Richard Nowotny" <>
Date: Sat, 19 May 2012 22:46:38 +1000
Reading the specs on the Net it looks like a terrific torch for
night-birding purposes, with a 300 metre throw (promoted for use by hunters
when attached to a rifle) but not surprisingly comes at quite a price ($278
on-line). R.




-----Original Message-----
 On Behalf Of David Stowe
Sent: Saturday, 19 May 2012 9:58 PM
To: Steve Potter
Subject: Led Lenser Torches for night birding


Hi Steve,

I have a LED Lenser P7 and for the cost/size/weight it is wonderful. However
i have a couple of friends who have just purchased WOlf-Eyes LED torches
(Sea-Lion Hunter model) and they are way brighter!

I bought my P7 via

Feel free to email me directly if you want to talk more :) Cheers Dave


On 19/05/2012, at 9:25 PM, Steve Potter wrote:


> I Folks,

> I went night birding in Singapore last week and used a "Led Lenser" 

> LED torch which blew me away how powerful it was.

> It was very bright, small and had a ridiculous beam length for its 

> size. I can't remember the model but I wish to get one here.

> Has anyone had any experience with these and can recommend an 

> available model??

> Cheers


> Steve Potter

> p. 0407398234

> e.  <> 


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