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30 Watt LED Flood Light With PIR £17.00 with Prime @ Amazon (£21.75 Non-Prime)

£17.00 @ Amazon
£17 with Prime and has a 3 year warranty Specifications: 1.Rated Voltage:AC210-230V (UK Plug) 2.Power:30W 3.Luminous flux:3000LM 4.Light Source: High Power SMD Chips 5.led chip:Top quality … Read More
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5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago
£17 with Prime and has a 3 year warranty

Specifications:
1.Rated Voltage:AC210-230V (UK Plug)
2.Power:30W
3.Luminous flux:3000LM
4.Light Source: High Power SMD Chips
5.led chip:Top quality Bridgelux Chip
6.Certificate:CCC & CE & RoHS
7.Body Color:Grey
8.Beam Angle:120degree
9.Body Material:High quality ABS Plastic
10.Warranty: 3years
11.IP Rating:IP65 lamp ip45 sensor
12.Color:White(4500-6000K)
13.Cable Length:1M/3.28(ft)
14.Gross Weight:0.94kg
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#1
the cable length is a joke. at least its enough yo get through a wall and cut the plug off.
1 Like #2
MRGRINGO
the cable length is a joke. at least its enough yo get through a wall and cut the plug off.

The cable is more than long enough to go through a wall into the house as i needed to cut the plug off to do thatthis most lights today only have 30cm this has around 1 meter of cable and its not rocket science to put your own cable in, i also contacted the seller and he confirmed cutting the plug off wont affect the warranty. It gets me how people always find away to put a deal down, for what it is its cracking quality.

Edited By: polly69 on Dec 14, 2016 22:42
1 Like #3
I saw for around £15 in lidl
1 Like #4
sam_of_london
I saw for around £15 in lidl

You saw what? a light a goat what, i bet it wasnt this exact light a 30 watt slim sensor light with a 3 year warranty it was probably whats been posted earlier a fat 10 watt light.

https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/61Fh0fhs8%2BL._SL1500_.jpg
https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/61hme%2B0aGLL._SL1272_.jpg



Edited By: polly69 on Dec 14, 2016 22:46
#6
Amazon is showing two 30w models, this one is made of plastic and the other aluminium. Which is better?
1 Like #7
mudlouse
Amazon is showing two 30w models, this one is made of plastic and the other aluminium. Which is better?


going by the dodgy wiring on the lights on amazon I wouldn't buy any but if you have to, go for plastic and check the earth is connected.
#8

No PIR on the Amazon one.
1 Like #9
polly69
sam_of_london
I saw for around £15 in lidl
You saw what? a light a goat what, i bet it wasnt this exact light a 30 watt slim sensor light with a 3 year warranty it was probably whats been posted earlier a fat 10 watt light.https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/61Fh0fhs8%2BL._SL1500_.jpghttps://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/61hme%2B0aGLL._SL1272_.jpg
Ignore Sam_of_London, most people do!
2 Likes #10
I just want to point out this is a seller on Amazon. He might be reliable but with only 6 reviews it is hard to make an informed decision also the 36m waranry would be with the seller -nanchengqu hongfulu hongfulousilou Ahao
dongguan
guangdong
523000
CN

That is after the 30 day period when any returns are handled by Amazon themselves

Edited By: nougat on Dec 15, 2016 04:00
#11
MRGRINGO
the cable length is a joke. at least its enough yo get through a wall and cut the plug off.


The cable length. Best practice would be to use a junction box anyway.
#12
nougat
I just want to point out this is a seller on Amazon. He might be reliable but with only 6 reviews it is hard to make an informed decision also the 36m waranry would be with the seller -nanchengqu hongfulu hongfulousilou Ahao
dongguan
guangdong
523000
CN
That is after the 30 day period when any returns are handled by Amazon themselves
Does a feedback of 6 fit the criteria, it shouldn't
1 Like #13
polly69
sam_of_london
I saw for around £15 in lidl
You saw what? a light a goat what, i bet it wasnt this exact light a 30 watt slim sensor light with a 3 year warranty it was probably whats been posted earlier a fat 10 watt light.https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/61Fh0fhs8%2BL._SL1500_.jpghttps://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/61hme%2B0aGLL._SL1272_.jpg
I saw a similar one in poundland, it was not 30 watts though. Not sure if that would make a difference
1 Like #14
Bendown
polly69
sam_of_london
I saw for around £15 in lidl
You saw what? a light a goat what, i bet it wasnt this exact light a 30 watt slim sensor light with a 3 year warranty it was probably whats been posted earlier a fat 10 watt light.https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/61Fh0fhs8%2BL._SL1500_.jpghttps://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/61hme%2B0aGLL._SL1272_.jpg
I saw a similar one in poundland, it was not 30 watts though. Not sure if that would make a difference


Now you're being silly.
#15
somerset
Bendown
polly69
sam_of_london
I saw for around £15 in lidl
You saw what? a light a goat what, i bet it wasnt this exact light a 30 watt slim sensor light with a 3 year warranty it was probably whats been posted earlier a fat 10 watt light.https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/61Fh0fhs8%2BL._SL1500_.jpghttps://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/61hme%2B0aGLL._SL1272_.jpg
I saw a similar one in poundland, it was not 30 watts though. Not sure if that would make a difference
Now you're being silly.
Yes, but I have a crap day at work coming up and it made me smile this morning, soz
4 Likes #16
polly69
sam_of_london
I saw for around £15 in lidl
You saw what? a light a goat what, i bet it wasnt this exact light a 30 watt slim sensor light with a 3 year warranty it was probably whats been posted earlier a fat 10 watt light.https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/61Fh0fhs8%2BL._SL1500_.jpghttps://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/61hme%2B0aGLL._SL1272_.jpg
I was going to vote hot for this: it is a fairly good deal (I suppose it saves about a fiver on the £21.75 price against a similar item from Screwfix &c, so it is a good but not exceptional price), but I didn't like the OP's needlessly aggressive attitude, so I have decided not to.


Edited By: othen on Dec 16, 2016 18:19: Grammatical error.
#17
nougat
I just want to point out this is a seller on Amazon. He might be reliable but with only 6 reviews it is hard to make an informed decision also the 36m waranry would be with the seller -nanchengqu hongfulu hongfulousilou Ahao
dongguan
guangdong
523000
CN
That is after the 30 day period when any returns are handled by Amazon themselves
Waranry X)
#18
balsingh458
No PIR on the Amazon one.
I know but if you read the reviews some say the PIR doesnt work too well if at all. So this plus a PIR and being able to put the light maybe further up the wall and the PIR near to a door etc might be better for some
#19
Here is another option, twin pack, but NO mention of luminosity (LM). Can that small LED arrangement really output very bright light? The 30W figure is a measure of how power is take by the device (electronics and LEDs) to work. It is not a measure of light output.
Price £19.98 and 3% discount available.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00WQWNAAW/ref=dra_a_rv_ss_ho_xx_P1250_1000?tag=dradisplay0bb-21&ascsubtag=3575f831faa36575cc0d167e58d3b9d3_S&th=1


Edited By: hucks_is_god on Dec 16, 2016 08:44
#20
Anyone got one of these?

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