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200 LED Multifunction String Lights - White - Warm White & Multicoloured was £19.99 now £5.99 @ Argos

£5.99 @ Argos
Was posted on here 2 days ago at £7.99, They're battery operated and can be used indoors or outdoors, so you can hang them pretty much anywhere! They come with 8 functions of flashes, fades and twinkl… Read More
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Was posted on here 2 days ago at £7.99, They're battery operated and can be used indoors or outdoors, so you can hang them pretty much anywhere! They come with 8 functions of flashes, fades and twinkles or you can just choose to have them steadily shining bright. They can also be set on a timer, which is perfect for outdoors so you won't have to pop out each evening to set them going.

Argos eBay link

http://stores.ebay.co.uk/Argos?keywords=200%20led%20multifunction%20string%20lights&aspectFilter=%7B%7D&sortOrder=BestMatch

dont forget 11% tcb on xmas decs - psmith1958

Multi coloured are now £4.99 but stock is very limited :)
- davidclack
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64 Likes
jenmumof5
I'd be interested to know how long these last on batteries

Until the power runs out, I guess 8)
9 Likes
Unfortunately the discount code HOME25 to get 25% off has expired (£7.99-25%=£5.99) , so that just proved that retailers are putting their prices up and then issuing discount codes to make us feel that we are getting excellent deal....

Edited By: vaniok on Dec 02, 2016 09:58
[HUKD Deal Editor] 6 Likes
deeky
squidworth
I have some similar ones and they are really quite clever... just press the on button at the time I want them to go on and then just leave them to it until after Christmas. They automatically turn themselves off after a while and then back on again at the same time every day until manually turned off. Dont know if these work the same, but the controller looks very similar and so much easier than fannying around with the mains ones!
(reading the Q&A for these someone has written it comes with timer included, so its looking promising these work that way)
Fannying around? Turning a switch on and off? Or opening the control box to change the batteries every 5 minutes?

To be fair, Deeky. I've purchased two sets of these today and I've put them down either side of the drive this evening. They're nice and bright and do look really good.

They've been up 90 minutes and I haven't changed the batteries once :{:D
5 Likes
I'd be interested to know how long these last on batteries
5 Likes
Make sure you know when buying they are battery operated. Bought these yesterday and didn't realise so need to go get 3 x AA batteries.

I know people aren't stupid but it didn't cross my mind they may need batteries.

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5 Likes #1
I'd be interested to know how long these last on batteries
64 Likes #2
jenmumof5
I'd be interested to know how long these last on batteries

Until the power runs out, I guess 8)
5 Likes #3
Make sure you know when buying they are battery operated. Bought these yesterday and didn't realise so need to go get 3 x AA batteries.

I know people aren't stupid but it didn't cross my mind they may need batteries.
2 Likes #4
bought some nice classy multi coloured ones for my balcony :D

Edited By: flipper118 on Dec 02, 2016 09:04
1 Like #5
clarryd
Make sure you know when buying they are battery operated. Bought these yesterday and didn't realise so need to go get 3 x AA batteries.
I know people aren't stupid but it didn't cross my mind they may need batteries.
How bright are they with the batteries?
3 Likes #6
brill find cant go wrong for 5.99 for 200 lights cost a 1.00 for 20 in pound land.
1 Like #7
fab deal
5 Likes #8
Battery operate lights on a timer are great, I'd never go back to mains lights . I use rechargeable batteries on mine.

For those who got the Nectar points offer which was posted on here yesterday you can get these lights from the Argos store on Ebay as click and collect


Edited By: 1854 on Dec 02, 2016 09:13
1 Like #9
dont forget 11% tcb on xmas decs ;)
1 Like #10
Reserved
3 Likes #11
jenmumof5
I'd be interested to know how long these last on batteries
I guess this very much depends on which batteries you use.
#12
How does the timer work? I don't see any dials or buttons for setting time?
1 Like #13
I'm glad I forgot to pick these up when I had reserved them the other day! Heated added :)
#14
1854
Battery operate lights on a timer are great, I'd never go back to mains lights . I use rechargeable batteries on mine.
For those who got the Nectar points offer which was posted on here yesterday you can get these lights from the Argos store on Ebay as click and collect
Thanks :)
2 Likes #15
They have a timer built in. When you turn them on they will stay on for 8hours and then turn themselves off for 16 hours.
#16
Well that solved a problem!
Thanks.
#17
Thanks ordered from ebay to collect in store; mine is 100 nectar point though
#18
What is the full length of these from first light? It says lead length 4m I assume this from the battery box to the first light
1 Like #19
1854
Battery operate lights on a timer are great, I'd never go back to mains lights . I use rechargeable batteries on mine.
For those who got the Nectar points offer which was posted on here yesterday you can get these lights from the Argos store on Ebay as click and collect
Thanks :)
1 Like #20
psmith1958
dont forget 11% tcb on xmas decs ;)
Thanks added :)
9 Likes #21
Unfortunately the discount code HOME25 to get 25% off has expired (£7.99-25%=£5.99) , so that just proved that retailers are putting their prices up and then issuing discount codes to make us feel that we are getting excellent deal....

Edited By: vaniok on Dec 02, 2016 09:58
1 Like #22
Was just what was needed! Reserved. Many thanks - heat added.
#23
Looks like they are mains operated...

See Argos Q&A: http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5269578

What batteries do they use & how long do they last?

Hi, These are mains operated not battery operated.
thank you for using Argos Q and A
#24
And when you come to get them out next time, they are 200LED Malfunctioning string lights.
#25
vaniok
Unfortunately the discount code HOME25 to get 25% off has expired (£7.99-25%=£5.99) , so that just proved that retailers are putting their prices up and then issuing discount codes to make us feel that we are getting excellent deal....
You could only use that code on £30 spend so it would have been £7.99
#26
Same price in Argos stores, I just reserved 4 for collection.
2 Likes #27
Used my nectar bonus click n collect for an extra 500 points, thanks OP 8)
1 Like #28
For those who prefer mains operated argos also have 200 led bright white lights half price to £9.99
#29
No stock near me. £3.95 delivery charge.
1 Like #30
peterfoster
No stock near me. £3.95 delivery charge.

you can choose click and collect on the ebay page and choose your local store for free



Edited By: bassethound2005 on Dec 02, 2016 11:59
2 Likes #31
Works nicely with the 500 nectar point click and collect offer
#32
trs_rst
Looks like they are mains operated...
See Argos Q&A: http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5269578
What batteries do they use & how long do they last?
Hi, These are mains operated not battery operated.
thank you for using Argos Q and A

It states in description they're battery operated and someone has bought them already and also said they take AA batteries

Edited By: acababes on Dec 02, 2016 12:18
#33
Anyone got this and can post a picture to see how they look up?
#34
Are these indoors or outdoors?
2 Likes #35
I have some similar ones and they are really quite clever... just press the on button at the time I want them to go on and then just leave them to it until after Christmas. They automatically turn themselves off after a while and then back on again at the same time every day until manually turned off. Dont know if these work the same, but the controller looks very similar and so much easier than fannying around with the mains ones!

(reading the Q&A for these someone has written it comes with timer included, so its looking promising these work that way)
5 Likes #36
trs_rst
Looks like they are mains operated...

See Argos Q&A: http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5269578

What batteries do they use & how long do they last?

Hi, These are mains operated not battery operated.
thank you for using Argos Q and A

Just picked mine up and they're defo battery. 3xAA.
1 Like #37
thanks
1 Like #38
thanks
3 Likes #39
jenmumof5
I'd be interested to know how long these last on batteries
I had some last year and the batteries lasted well - a good couple of months much to my surprise as I was expecting them to run out much quicker.
1 Like #40
Cheers OP, very tempting, already got a few lights last week from there sale, but these would be ideal for a small tree at the side of the house.

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