Osram Spylux TM Automatic LED Night time Motion sensor White -£6.49 Prime / £10.48 non prime @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
262

Osram Spylux TM Automatic LED Night time Motion sensor White -£6.49 Prime / £10.48 non prime @ Amazon

£6.49 @ Amazon
Cheapest it has ever been. Product Description Practical lighting that is automated is now available with the Osram LED Spylux. Mountable just about anywhere, the Spylux uses a motion sensor to … Read More
muton Avatar
8m, 1w agoFound 8 months, 1 week ago
Cheapest it has ever been.

Product Description

Practical lighting that is automated is now available with the Osram LED Spylux. Mountable just about anywhere, the Spylux uses a motion sensor to operate the light automatically when you enter the sensor radius. The Spylux provides sufficient light for any task needed to be done, and will turn off automatically after an elapsed time.

Install: easily by mounting the magnetic base plate onto the wall or surface

3 LED: system for bright, clear lighting

Tilt able Lighting: allows you to light either more of the floor, or more of the room (25 degrees motion vertical / 70 degrees motion horizontal)

Sensor: motion sensor turns the light on when movement within a 4m radius is detected

Timer: turns off after min

On/Auto/Off: settings

Battery: powered; 3 x AAA (included)
muton Avatar
8m, 1w agoFound 8 months, 1 week ago
Options

All Comments

(27) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
#1
Love these. Great price.
#2
got 2 thanks
#3
How good is the sticky back?
#4
possible uses for these? genuine question.
1 Like #5
cheaper on ebay if ur not amazon prime
#6
Just to note, having watched the video it seems the light can be removed from the mount. In my case, I'll fit one in my 3yo's bedroom for trips to the toilet.

Very useful.
9 Likes #7
cgap
possible uses for these? genuine question.


To light up the dark
#8
cgap
possible uses for these? genuine question.


Shed
1 Like #9
cgap
possible uses for these? genuine question.

Use at night.
1 Like #10
cgap
possible uses for these? genuine question.

if you dont know then you probably dont need one
#11
These are really good, ideal for lighting up dark parts of your home at night without flicking a switch. The PIR (sensor) picks up any movement and switches the light on for a short period of time.l have one in an enclosed porch,one on the stair landing and a similar one in the bathroom.
5 Likes #12
cgap
possible uses for these? genuine question.


Helps avoid:
Falling down stairs
Weeing in the floor
Having a dump in the laundry basket
Using the wrong key in the front door
Trying to get into the wrong house
Getting in someone else's bed
#13
dothedealnow
[quote=cgap] possible uses for these? genuine question.
Helps avoid:
Falling down stairs
#14
Can this be used outside say by the back door, is it weatherproof?
#15
Got three of these in alley way and garden

They are brilliant and the batteries are long lasting
1 Like #16
katya1971
Can this be used outside say by the back door, is it weatherproof?
Bengalknights post would suggest so. However the product description says:

Amazon Product Description
LED light with motion sensor, for indoor use, safety in accordance with IP43


A 3 rating for water ingress isn't great - I would only consider using these outside if they are in a very sheltered area.
1 Like #17
katya1971
Can this be used outside say by the back door, is it weatherproof?

These are great for outside.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00YA3TNW4?psc=1
#18
I put one of these in the cupboard under the stairs. It's absolutely fantastic!! Highly recommended.

It goes on several times a day and the batteries lasted a year.
1 Like #19
Babbler
How good is the sticky back?

Mine fell off straight away from painted wood.
It's now screwed in and perfect.
#20
The_Hoff
Just to note, having watched the video it seems the light can be removed from the mount. In my case, I'll fit one in my 3yo's bedroom for trips to the toilet.

Very useful.


Yep, easily removable from the mount, it sort of slides in. You can also flick a switch so the light is in torch mode rather than sensor.
1 Like #21
dothedealnow
cgap
possible uses for these? genuine question.


Helps avoid:
Falling down stairs
Weeing in the floor
Having a dump in the laundry basket
Using the wrong key in the front door
Trying to get into the wrong house
Getting in someone else's bed




haha. standard laundry basket mistake.
#22
sickly sweet
Babbler
How good is the sticky back?
Mine fell off straight away from painted wood.
It's now screwed in and perfect.
Damn. Ordered one but now not sure.
#23
I have mine in the attached garage for getting beer and stuff out of the freezer without having to put the main light on at night, 3 rechargeable AAA last about a year
#24
thejohnnymc1337
dothedealnow
cgap
possible uses for these? genuine question.


Helps avoid:
Falling down stairs
Weeing in the floor
Having a dump in the laundry basket
Using the wrong key in the front door
Trying to get into the wrong house
Getting in someone else's bed




haha. standard laundry basket mistake.


The father of a friend did the above many years ago. He was inebriated as a newt.
#25
Got one of these in a pitch with open sides, so just a roof. Gets set off multiple times in the dark per day and gets through two sets of cheap alkalines a year. No brainier at this price.
#26
porch not pitch....
#27
Free delivery to Amazon Prime members when available. By it processed my order for 2 anyway, delivery 20th. I've started to add mains movement sensing lightbulbs to indoor storage areas, so useful, now need more for shed etc.

Edit, mine arrived, quite directional, need dark darkness to operate. Happy.

Edited By: buglawton on Sep 22, 2016 13:08: Add comment

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!