Your chance to win an LED Lenser P7 from Talk Urbex and more!

Author sophos9 - Last updated: 13.09.2012

September is competition time with a twist at Talk Urbex

Have you heard of the LED Lenser P7?


With 200 lumens of focusable light and 130 hours of battery life from a standard set of AAA batteries, the P7 will far outshine any other light of its size. Add to that a simple-to-use spot-to-flood changing system and you’ll find yourself in control of the most amazingly simple to use yet astonishingly powerful addition to your arsenal. Fantastic for home or work. LEDs offer many advantages over conventional incandescent bulbs. They are incredibly energy efficient, longer lasting, more compact and more durable. Led Lenser’s reflector tubes are lined with Italian crystal and precisely shaped to pump up the light produced by the LED for a broader and more powerful beam.
The Prism Reflector System on the Led Lenser V6 6 Chip White Light solves the traditional problem with LEDS: intense up-close, but lacking beam depth and distance. This patented system harnesses each LEDs power and drives it forward in a beam like traditional incandescent torches but with all the advantages of LED technology. It features 24-carat gold contacts, a superior electrical conductor which minimises energy lost at the contact points and maximises energy that goes into light production, plus solid metal casings where most competitors would have plastic. Led Lenser use only the highest wattage and the finest quality LEDs and laboratory test our lights to determine precise milliwatt output.


Well here is your chance to win one, delivered to your door. Its a brand new P7 in a gift box, its a small gift from Talk Urbex to celebrate the urban exploration community whilst celebrating all the effort and hard work that goes into running this place.


How to enter
Entry is simple, submit one image into the special competition – please check the competition rules before entry as if your image does not meet the requirements, it will be removed with out notice.

As if an awesome prize for the winner isn’t enough….. the member who gets second place will win an A3 mounted canvas print, of their image, delivered to their door (courtesy of static charge), the member taking third will have their image printed as the front cover for the 2013 calender and all three images will also be featured in the calender.

The competition closes for entries on the the 30th of September.

Some of the basic rules

  • You have to be a registered member, not a new user – this means that you will have to of posted in the Talk Urbex forum
  • Your image must match the theme of "Urban Exploration"
  • Your image must be your own work
  • Your image must match the sizes as specified in the competition rules
  • Your image must be landscape orientated
  • Each member can enter a maximum of two images


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