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Philips myGarden Raccoon LED Wall light with Motion Sensor - Instore only - Grey - Homebase £12.50

£12.50 @ Homebase
Just picked up two of these Philips mygarden Raccoon Outdoor wall lights Anthracite Grey as part of the clearance deals. There were still a couple left and lots of other Philips garden lights still in… Read More
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7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago
Just picked up two of these Philips mygarden Raccoon Outdoor wall lights Anthracite Grey as part of the clearance deals. There were still a couple left and lots of other Philips garden lights still in the sale.

These are still £54.99 on their website and Amazon are doing them for around the same price.
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#1
11.20 in luton branch
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We get more and more Americanisms in our language every month, the latest I heard someone English on television the other day refer to their trousers as pants! now we get their damn Raccoons in our gardens.
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solidamber
We get more and more Americanisms in our language every month, the latest I heard someone English on television the other day refer to their trousers as pants! now we get their damn Raccoons in our gardens.

It boils my p*ss!! I hear things like "vacation" and "seasons" (rather than series) all the time these days.
#4
Heat
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sc57
11.20 in luton branch

It's only 10 to 6 where I am.
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solidamber
We get more and more Americanisms in our language every month, the latest I heard someone English on television the other day refer to their trousers as pants! now we get their damn Raccoons in our gardens.
Since when was pants an Americanism? I wear underpants (the things I wear under my pants) not undertrousers or is underpants an Americanism as well?
#7
Product is splash proof NOT waterproof
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MINCER
Since when was pants an Americanism?

Possibly because they think trousers are "pants"....
#9
foxyuk
Product is splash proof NOT waterproof
It says (on Amazon) it's IP44 rated - which is fine for exposed conditions (eg. rain) - but not if you're going to use a pressure washer on it.
#10
So if you click and collect whice price do you pay?
#11
Is this battery or mains does anyone know?
#12
£54.90 in Homebase Sheffield today
#13
MINCER
solidamber
We get more and more Americanisms in our language every month, the latest I heard someone English on television the other day refer to their trousers as pants! now we get their damn Raccoons in our gardens.
Since when was pants an Americanism? I wear underpants (the things I wear under my pants) not undertrousers or is underpants an Americanism as well?
No but replacing the term pants for trousers is,
#14
sc57
11.20 in luton branch
not the sensor version, but still not bad for the price
#15
jonamur
Is this battery or mains does anyone know?
mains
#16
jpfbov
jonamur
Is this battery or mains does anyone know?
mains


Thanks
#17
Elevation
MINCER
Since when was pants an Americanism?
Possibly because they think trousers are "pants"....
Pants is a shortening of Pantaloons, which are 19th century outerwear. It is a synonym for trousers. Just because the USA prefer one over the other does not mean pants is American rather than English. The modern usage of pants meaning underpants just adds further complexity to the English language.

Edited By: MINCER on Nov 08, 2016 21:06
#18
MINCER
Elevation
MINCER
Since when was pants an Americanism?
Possibly because they think trousers are "pants"....
Pants is a shortening of Pantaloons, which are 19th century outerwear. It is a synonym for trousers. Just because the USA prefer one over the other does not mean pants is American rather than English. The modern usage of pants meaning underpants just adds further complexity to the English language.

And when was the last time you ever saw "trousers" for sale there then.
#19
this is NOT the sensor version if the op has this itsn bee a mistake and he has got a bargain ,its the non sensor version that some stores will be selling for this price but Not nationwide either.
#20
Elevation
MINCER
Elevation
MINCER
Since when was pants an Americanism?
Possibly because they think trousers are "pants"....
Pants is a shortening of Pantaloons, which are 19th century outerwear. It is a synonym for trousers. Just because the USA prefer one over the other does not mean pants is American rather than English. The modern usage of pants meaning underpants just adds further complexity to the English language.
And when was the last time you ever saw "trousers" for sale there then.
Here for instance OK not a US company but they obviously think it not worth translating for the US customer to be able to understand.

Edited By: MINCER on Nov 09, 2016 17:07
#21
jonboyuk
solidamber
We get more and more Americanisms in our language every month, the latest I heard someone English on television the other day refer to their trousers as pants! now we get their damn Raccoons in our gardens.

It boils my p*ss!! I hear things like "vacation" and "seasons" (rather than series) all the time these days.


i hear you bro. I struggle to know which series they are on- someone said they just "finished season 6 of got before going on vacation", I couldn't tell where they were up to or where they were going next.

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