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Amazing Inova X-5 at 25% off

The Mother of all Torches at a bargain price

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Those readers who are interested top quality illumination at bargain prices should proceed immediately to our Cash'n'Carrion torch section where we are offering a limited number of the awesome Inova X5 blue LED flashlights in a titanium finish at an unrepeatable 25 per cent off.

Yup, we've got less than fifty of these beauties left at the knock-down price of just £25.52 (£29.99 inc VAT) - a full one quarter off the normal retail price of £38.25 (£44.95 inc VAT). Here's what the blurb says about this state-of-the-art illuminatory wonder:

If you've ever wanted to be visible from space, the amazing Inova X-5 is your best shot. This top-of-the-range torch features an anodized 2011 aircraft aluminium case and 5 LEDs pumping out 96 lumens/m2. Virtually indestructible, the X-5 is waterproof to 150 feet and comes complete with 2 lithium 123a batteries offering roughly 20 hours illumination. Titanium finish, Blue LED.

Delicious. This offer is valid only while stocks last, so if you'd like to light up your life and save a few quid to boot, you can get the Inova X5 here. ®

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