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Add the PAlight and Krill lamp to your Xmas list

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There's more illuminating stuff this week in the Cash'n'Carrion gadgets section with the introduction of two new Traser products.

So popular have the amazing Traser GlowRings proven that we were prompted to add the company's excellent PALight and Krill lamp to the range:

The Traser PALight and Krill lamp

The PALight is an LED torch offering up to 200 hours use from a single 9V battery. It's got four distinct modes and comes in a selection of LED colours. The PALight is the perfect emergency torch which doubles up as a flashing beacon.



The Krill lamp is a battery-powered alternative to chemical lightsticks. There are no bulbs, no chemicals or liquids to worry about and you can avail yourself of its 150ft waterproof capability, if you're that way inclined.

Both the PALight and Krill lamp retail at £17.02 (£20.00 inc VAT). Happily, neither product is considered - unlike the GlowRing - a national security risk, so we'll be happy to ship 'em worldwide. Further details on both products are available at Cash'n'Carrion. ®

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