Price: £25-£30 www.sealey.co.uk
Illuminated by a 5W Cree LED and powered by a 3.7-volt 2Ah lithium-ion battery, Sealey’s headtorch provides 100 or 360 lumens, lasts for 2-6 hours and takes up to six hours to recharge via a micro-usb lead. The illumination and angle of light is strong and ideal for working in the dark areas of a vehicle, such as a wheelarch, plus the body of the torch can be rotated to help point the light further up or down. The rubber on/off button is quite easy to find on the side. A rubber grommet/cover for the USB port kept falling off our test model and could easily be lost. A useful feature is the motion sensor, which when set, allows the torch to be switched on and off by waving a hand in front of the lens. This works in an open space, but not so well when working in a wheelarch or underneath a vehicle where objects can switch it on and off accidentally.