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Philips SpotOn LED Light, White, One-Pack £6.99 (buy 2 for £10.00 delivered ) @ Amazon

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Add 2 to your basket for £10 smart portable LED light with built in motion sensor giving instant light. The Philips LED light switches on when it senses movement near the sensor. Then it simply s… Read More
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[mod] 7y, 7m agoFound 7 years, 7 months ago
Add 2 to your basket for £10

smart portable LED light with built in motion sensor giving instant light.
The Philips LED light switches on when it senses movement near the sensor. Then it simply switches itself off automatically after about 15 seconds. This useful little light uses 3 x AAA batteries which are Included. It has a sticky pad on the back so it can be stuck to most surfaces. Perfect for lighting cupboards, wardrobes, glove compartments, in childrens rooms, for camping, etc.
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[mod]#1
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41Nm1GTlXKL._SL500_AA280_.jpg
#2
Great little lights these ( paid £5.99 1yr ago - Argos ), I have one in the bathroom for those late night trips ( so no noise is made pulling the main light switch cord ). Only thing is the batts don't last more than 2 weeks. The sensor has no lux metering so it comes on/off all thoughout the day.
Way round this issue is to use rechargable AAA, it uses 3.

I still think its a great price,
Hope this helps someone.
[mod]#3
http://g-ecx.images-amazon.com/images/G/02/ciu/f8/34/e638c27a02a02cc351189110.L._AA280_.jpg

Prob best to use them in locations like above so they only light when needed, batteries will last a lot longer that way.
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MikeT;6902444
http://g-ecx.images-amazon.com/images/G/02/ciu/f8/34/e638c27a02a02cc351189110.L._AA280_.jpg

Prob best to use them in locations like above so they only light when needed, batteries will last a lot longer that way.

Looks like she is using 6 in that picture!
#5
These were BOGOF at Morrisons last week at £6.85 each I think.

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