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Wiha Flashlight with LED, laser and UV light

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The multi-functional flashlight sheds light on things in three ways. A universal work tool, it features an integrated laser, UV light and LED light. The LED light function provides two lighting levels, which allow you to adjust the flashlight to specific light conditions, thus improving your field of vision. The practical retaining clip and the magnetic positioning mechanism free your hands for other tasks. Thanks to the integrated magnets, this flashlight can also be positioned as required in most electrical enclosures. The lamp head also swivels into a L-shape, enabling the user to point the light source in the direction required for the task at hand. The integrated laser makes it easier to fix positions more precisely and project measurements when installing lights on the ceiling, for example. A delayed switch-on interval of 2 seconds prevents the laser being activated accidentally. This flashlight is also eminently suitable for technical inspections thanks to its integrated UV light.

  • Build Quality is rated at a 5/5 for Wiha Flashlight with LED, laser and UV light :

  • Ease of Use is rated at a 5/5 for Wiha Flashlight with LED, laser and UV light :

  • Features is rated at a 5/5 for Wiha Flashlight with LED, laser and UV light :

  • Value For Money is rated at a 5/5 for Wiha Flashlight with LED, laser and UV light :

  • Overall is rated at a 5/5 for Wiha Flashlight with LED, laser and UV light :

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Review for Wiha Flashlight with LED, laser and UV light by SGKC Electrical
5th March 2020

Had the torch a few days now, extremely pleased with it, nice and bright, the 2 stage brightness is ideal for when changing consumer units over to stop the glare off the metal casing, Fits nicely into my trouser pockets not too heavy. The angled feature coupled with the magnetic bottom makes positioning the torch great. One improvement it could do with if possible is a clip system to attach to a helmet Great product overall

Had the torch a few days now, extremely pleased with it, nice and bright, the 2 stage brightness is ideal for when changing consumer units over to stop the glare off the metal casing,
Fits nicely into my trouser pockets not too heavy.
The angled feature coupled with the magnetic bottom makes positioning the torch great.

One improvement it could do with if possible is a clip system to attach to a helmet
Great product overall


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Review for Wiha Flashlight with LED, laser and UV light by Deasy Management Ltd
17th November 2019

Brilliant torch, the magnet is really powerful and will hold its self in place and the head can be rotated. Never found a use for the ultra violet light but the laser pointer is great. Only downside is can be turned on in tool box and flatten the battery.

Brilliant torch, the magnet is really powerful and will hold its self in place and the head can be rotated. Never found a use for the ultra violet light but the laser pointer is great. Only downside is can be turned on in tool box and flatten the battery.


25th May 2018

Hi. This is Scott Priddey from SAFGas Ltd. I'm going to do a review for Expert Trades for their Tool Talk.

Tool Talk.

Today's Tool Talk, as a breakdown and servicing engineer I fill boilers, mainly, I use an LED light with a rechargeable battery in that is forever running out of charge right when I need it. I also use a head torch with rechargeable battery pack on the back. But today I have, I'm going to be reviewing the Wiha light.

As you can see, it comes in a pack with the batteries already in. I've already sliced the pack so we can drop the batteries everywhere. The Wiha light, I'm guessing, yeah, so that's magnetic. Magnetic on the bottom. I'm guessing that's where the batteries go. Yeah. So we'll quickly put the batteries in. There's an arrow on the side which tells you which way that goes in and then it just screws back up. There's a clip on the side for clipping it to your belt, I suppose, or your trousers. It also ... And on the side there's two functions, which I'm not sure what they do, but on the packet, the packet's saying in low mode, okay, so we've got a low mode, which would do ... That's three triple A batteries which would do 100 lumens for nine hours and 45 minutes. High mode does 280 lumens for three hours and I think that's it. Ah, there's a laser UV as well. So there's two buttons on the side. The top one is a laser UV. The bottom one is an LED, two levels, as we just said. So I'm going to give this a go. It is the seventh of February, so I'll let you know how I get on.

Quite happy with the Wiha light. It sits in my pocket nicely there, easily accessible. Oops. Hopefully I can demonstrate how bright my new Wiha torch lights up. About to take the screws out of the top of this boiler so I can see what I'm doing. Right. So up the sky just on the low.

So up until now, I've only found purpose for my torch, the light on my Wiha torch, and obviously that was great, but I have to say, by accident I've just found out that there's a great feature of the UV that I mentioned when I first had it. It actually found my bit, my drill bit when I dropped it in the loft because it's UV. So that was handy.

So just to show you what I mean, I work with my Wiha bits that have got the UV. I've just found out a nice little touch with my two buttons here. I know the top button, if we press it once, it gives us a UV light, which we found on the, which would help me find my tool bits. But what I've just found is if we press and hold it, there's actually, you can see on, hopefully on the boiler there if I get it right ... Can you see that? It's a little laser. That's another nice little feature. Press and hold and it goes off. Press and hold and it comes back on. What you'd need a laser for in our job I don't know, but some profession might need it and it's another little feature of the torch.


23rd January 2018

All right, guys. This is my review on the Wiha torch. I do find this torch very useful, to be honest. Been using it for a couple of months now. It is a bit battered; I've been dropping it and that, but it's lasted. It's fell off a couple of things and I've knocked it. The magnet's never fell. Has got a magnet in the tail cap, by the way.

It has some brilliant features. Has a two stage torch, comes on dim at first then light and off. There is a second button, which turns on the UV light, and then there is a little laser pen in the end as well. Which I didn't actually think I'd use, and have used far more than I thought I would.

The other great thing is apart from just being able to stick it to one surface, you can rotate it round. It does lock at 90 degrees, so it's fully locked at 90 degrees, but I find it great for different angles.

One thing actually I really like with this torch is it hasn't got a strobe feature, because in most torches, you find they have a strobe feature. I don't know about you, never felt the need to use a strobe feature on a torch myself. But it is brilliant.

There's three other torches here that I just wanted to go through, because some people do think £50 for a torch is quite a lot. So I did buy three other torches from eBay. I think the dearest was £12, then £10. I think this one was about a fiver. But bought this one, yep, pretty much same feature. You can twist it, but I took it apart and it's a crappy little plastic mechanism and it won't last long. The other thing is when I did ... It isn't even made particularly well, because it wobbles about like that. But when I did buy this actually, after taking it apart I took this rubber cap off, filled it with contact cleaner because it wouldn't work, then cleaned it up a bit inside. Still wouldn't work. Took the tail cap off, cleaned all the connectors up in there. It's working now. It's a bit temperamental, but again, £5. What do you expect, you know? Does two stage brightness, red light then again the stupid strobe light, which I still don't see the point of. But to be honest, it's junk. I wouldn't buy it again.

This one I find terrible. It has got a stupid zoom feature, but I'm not hunting. I'm a works man. I don't need a stupid zoom feature. The other thing I really don't like with this torch, the light isn't consistent. I don't think it showed you too well on the video, but when you try and use the light, had constantly flickering and gives me a bit of a headache after a bit. Again, that was like £10, so what do you expect, really?

This was a complete torch. I dropped it, not from a particularly high height. Fell out my pocket, and the top broke off. The only good thing is there's still a light bar on it, which isn't too bad. Again, you do get a bit of flicker, which I've found with these Chinese torches. Just constant.
That's where, to be honest, that's the difference in the £50. I've dropped it, I've knocked it, I've kicked it.

One other thing that this torch does, which is far better than all these, is battery life. It'll beat them every day on battery life. But again, paying £50 for a reason. I couldn't fault it at all, to be honest. I've really liked the torch. Brilliant product, and thanks again guys for giving it me.


22nd January 2018

All right, guys. This is my review on the Wiha torch. I do find this torch very useful, to be honest. Been using it for a couple of months now. It is a bit battered; I've been dropping it and that, but it's lasted. It's fell off a couple of things and I've knocked it. The magnet's never fell. Has got a magnet in the tail cap, by the way.

It has some brilliant features. Has a two stage torch, comes on dim at first then light and off. There is a second button, which turns on the UV light, and then there is a little laser pen in the end as well. Which I didn't actually think I'd use, and have used far more than I thought I would.

The other great thing is apart from just being able to stick it to one surface, you can rotate it round. It does lock at 90 degrees, so it's fully locked at 90 degrees, but I find it great for different angles.

One thing actually I really like with this torch is it hasn't got a strobe feature, because in most torches, you find they have a strobe feature. I don't know about you, never felt the need to use a strobe feature on a torch myself. But it is brilliant.

There's three other torches here that I just wanted to go through, because some people do think £50 for a torch is quite a lot. So I did buy three other torches from eBay. I think the dearest was £12, then £10. I think this one was about a fiver. But bought this one, yep, pretty much same feature. You can twist it, but I took it apart and it's a crappy little plastic mechanism and it won't last long. The other thing is when I did ... It isn't even made particularly well, because it wobbles about like that. But when I did buy this actually, after taking it apart I took this rubber cap off, filled it with contact cleaner because it wouldn't work, then cleaned it up a bit inside. Still wouldn't work. Took the tail cap off, cleaned all the connectors up in there. It's working now. It's a bit temperamental, but again, £5. What do you expect, you know? Does two stage brightness, red light then again the stupid strobe light, which I still don't see the point of. But to be honest, it's junk. I wouldn't buy it again.

This one I find terrible. It has got a stupid zoom feature, but I'm not hunting. I'm a works man. I don't need a stupid zoom feature. The other thing I really don't like with this torch, the light isn't consistent. I don't think it showed you too well on the video, but when you try and use the light, had constantly flickering and gives me a bit of a headache after a bit. Again, that was like £10, so what do you expect, really?

This was a complete torch. I dropped it, not from a particularly high height. Fell out my pocket, and the top broke off. The only good thing is there's still a light bar on it, which isn't too bad. Again, you do get a bit of flicker, which I've found with these Chinese torches. Just constant.
That's where, to be honest, that's the difference in the £50. I've dropped it, I've knocked it, I've kicked it.

One other thing that this torch does, which is far better than all these, is battery life. It'll beat them every day on battery life. But again, paying £50 for a reason. I couldn't fault it at all, to be honest. I've really liked the torch. Brilliant product, and thanks again guys for giving it me.