Halogen Floodlight 500W Avalible from Sunday 25th January 2009 £8.27 Instore @ Aldi + 3 year free warranty - HotUKDeals
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Halogen Floodlight 500W Avalible from Sunday 25th January 2009 £8.27 Instore @ Aldi + 3 year free warranty

£8.27 @ ALDI
Halogen Floodlight 500W - £8.27 Automatically floods your driveway/porch/garden with light. * Movement sensor * Operation area: 180° * Time delay: 5 seconds-12 minutes * Det…
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Halogen Floodlight 500W - £8.27

Automatically floods your driveway/porch/garden with light.

* Movement sensor
* Operation area: 180°
* Time delay: 5 seconds-12 minutes
* Detection distance: 12m
* Includes 1 ?500W halogen bulb
* Tempered glass shield
* Suitable for indoor/outdoor use
* IP44 rated
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#1
It might be a good price but you really want to be thinking of going for a low energy LED flood light.
#2
RedOnRed
It might be a good price but you really want to be thinking of going for a low energy LED flood light.


Surely they are no way as bright as a 500w halogen bulb ?
#3
deanos;4121698
Surely they are no way as bright as a 500w halogen bulb ?


No they're not, but I would say that 500 watts is excessive for most people.
#4
It probably is we have 150w in ours but it lights up all of the garden i doubt a LED one would do the same
#5
deanos;4121879
It probably is we have 150w in ours but it lights up all of the garden i doubt a LED one would do the same


Well this one is described as being a perfect alternative to a conventional 150-300 watt light.
#6
RedOnRed
Well this one is described as being a perfect alternative to a conventional 150-300 watt light.



Hmm £8 vs £58 no contest really
#7
deanos;4122196
Hmm £8 vs £58 no contest really



Yes it doesn't make sense on the face of it, but if you take into account the short longevity of halogen bulbs and the running costs and the planet then an LED light does make sense. Basically you could leave one on almost permanently without having to worry about the bulb going in next to no time and the costs.
#8
You can get 2 halogen bulbs for £1 , i would change to a LED one if it was say £20 but not nearly £60 at that price its way too expensive.
#9
deanos;4122455
You can get 2 halogen bulbs for £1 , i would change to a LED one if it was say £20 but not nearly £60 at that price its way too expensive.



Add up the total wattage for every light bulb you have in the house and unless you live in Beckingham Palace i'd be surprised if it exceeds that one little light on your outside wall.
#10
Fitted some of those low energy fittings - they give off a strange light, unlike a 500w halogen which illuminates the area instantly! hopefully blinding the offender:thumbsup:

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