Hi, Scott Priddey from SAFGas Ltd. And I'm just about to do a review for Expert Trades.
Today's Tool Talk is going to be, if you haven't guessed already, about my very useful head torch. As a heating engineer, you get under some boilers, in area cupboards, in some very dark places you can't always see the fittings and it's quite crucial you get ... for misters, you start it into the right holes, the electrical connections into the right hole, so this, I literally use it more or less all day every day.
Having gone through quite a number of head torches, I got this through a competition I won with Expert Trades quite a while ago, so I'm just gonna show you some of the features.
As you can see, I'm pressing the button on the top. That's that button there. It's currently in what's called the travel lock. Press and hold the button for five seconds to put it into travel lock or out of travel lock. It's now on and I've got it so it comes on dim, then a little brighter, and then turns it off. There's three settings on this and it's all controlled by the button at the back. This button at the back, it moves and you press it in, that's the reason for the travel lock, because sometimes, before I knew it had a travel lock, I'd open my van door and the light would be on.
When I actually read the instructions and found out there was a travel lock, it was because this button was resting on something and it turned the head torch on. I'll explain how.
At the moment, I've got it set so it comes on dim. It can be brighter, and then turn it off. There's a button at the back, which turns to turn the brightness up or down or you can press it in, and that's why it's got travel lock, because I've opened the van door, in the past, the LED or the head torch has been on, and the reason being is that the up button has been pressed in on something in my tool bag and has turned it on.
If I press and hold that button for five seconds, it's now changed the sequence. So what's happening now, we've got three of these sequences, it's coming on bright, then dim and then off, so it switched it right. So if I press the button again for five seconds, this is for the cyclists.
So now, it's changed the sequence to on, and flashing. Disco! And off. So it's bright, flashing, and off. And then if I press it again for five seconds, it will now revert to the third setting, which is my favoured setting, which is dim. Like me. Dim. Bright. Off.
So, if it's on dim, I can then turn it up or down if I want at the back, if it's bright, I can turn it up and down at the back and it's also got the feature where you can zoom in and zoom out. So just to show you, because the light was on, where are we? There. That is turning, it's turning off. Now it's turning and that comes down to a finer point and back out again.
This is the LED Lensor H72. Well worth the money. All adjustable straps. This one has got re-chargeable batteries, so I bought eight batteries in total, with a re-charger, always carry some ... having trouble there. Kill this bit as well, Harry. I'm on the wrong end.
So this one is re-chargeable batteries, so there's four AAA batteries, so you just pop off the bottom and get in there. I bought eight batteries and a re-charger, all at the same time, so I'm never without my head torch, if these batteries go, I've got a set of re-charged batteries in my pocket. I'm rambling on, I can see it's nearly six minutes or so, so the LED Lensor, where is it? LED Lensor H72.