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Hefty savings on the Inova X1

Lots of torch for not much cash

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Cash'n'Carrion We know how popular state-of-the-art torches are with our readers, so we've secured just 50 of the magnificent Inova X1 at a one-off offer price of just $25.38* - that's a hefty saving on the usual retail price of $39.60.

The Inova X1The facts are these: the Inova X1 torch delivers a focussed beam of light precisely where you want it. Its double-coated glass lens concentrates light into a powerful, uniform, circular beam with a 65' effective range. The stainless steel head, aircraft aluminium hard-coat anodized body and intelligent power regulation giving a non-dimming brightness for up to 10 hours from one AA battery (included), make the X1 a trusted companion in extreme environments. The pocket-sized torch - a sleek barrel shape just 10cm long - is available in titanium or black finish.

Of course, this is a "once they're gone, they're gone" deal, so if you fancy grabbing some quality illumination at a bargain price, you can do so right now, right here. ®

*Price may vary due to fluctuations in Sterling-Dollar exchange rate.

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