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STOCK CLEARENCE -LED SLIMLINE FLOODLIGHT £11.99 SCREWFIX

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A compact and energy efficient light source for outdoor security. Slimline profile with PIR sensor. IP65 Energy Efficient Tilt 100° 5m PIR Detection Range Fitted Dusk-to-Dawn Sensor Slim Profile Hous…
jneale81 Avatar1d, 9h agoFound 1 day, 9 hours ago14 Comments
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My thought would be to put 2 or 3 in different positions to give a better spread of light rather than the way we been going for the past 20 years as a socks huge light.
None near me :(
If you buy this, make sure you don't drive all the way home before you open it! The first two I bought had the PIRs snapped off. The remaining one in the shop was the same... I got two serviceable ones in the end. light output is on par with a 120w halogen that I have.....ish
got this its bright
Thoughtful
You need a 30W one to replace one of the 300 / 500W versions
I would agree with this. I have a 20w one and that is the min I would consider useful.
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@Enigma @Hotcakes I bought mine earlier this year from Cheapsuites to be honest I can't comment too much about how they compare with traditional radiators as we haven't really needed to put them on so far this year. However saying that we've had them on once or twice to test them and they seemed to be great. You could definitely feel the heat when walking past them.

Now I don't know in terms of quality how they match up with the more expensive brand ones, but how different could they really be? Mine certainly look the part and I personally can't fault them in any way whatsoever. I saw Radiators that looked similar for double almost triple the price I paid.

Cheapsuites have a good rating on trustpilot and I also got cashback using Quidco.

Just had a quick look and they currently have 10% off everything while the Football is on. Quidco also have 4% off. I know you're not meant to use quidco if you're using another code but it worked for me when I ordered.

They have a clearance section and I think I bought about 3 of mine from there: http://www.cheapsuites.co.uk/Clearance/ca7979.html

The rest were just bought from their regular priced items but they were still very decently priced.

Edited By: Jiggy Jiggy on Jun 25, 2016 21:38: update
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ssc1
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speric07
the__cat
This should be in the freebies section.
You have to buy the radiator though!!!!
​Yes, but the rads aren't part of the deal really. They're not marked down in price.
see comment no 1
Please just get a life. This deal has helped me out. I don't look in freebies section.


What you on? There are reduced rads see link in comment 1 that's life. (_;)
ssc1
the__cat
speric07
the__cat
This should be in the freebies section.
You have to buy the radiator though!!!!
​Yes, but the rads aren't part of the deal really. They're not marked down in price.
see comment no 1
Please just get a life. This deal has helped me out. I don't look in freebies section.
rooney10
the__cat
speric07
the__cat
This should be in the freebies section.
You have to buy the radiator though!!!!
​Yes, but the rads aren't part of the deal really. They're not marked down in price.


The Rads aren't part of the deal ? How do you work that one out ?

If you decide not to buy a radiator then you will not get your freebie valve so a purchase is required to get your free valve.

It really isn't that difficult to understand is it. lol

I can see your argument in that the radiators are full price (hence not a deal in itself) and upon purchase you get a free valve but using this logic every single buy 1 get 1 free offer would be in freebies , given that the 1 you buy is at full price and the 2nd 1 is free , no ?
I am sure you agree that would send HUKD into complete chaos , lol



​BOGOF means a 50% reduction. Do you understand that?

I could get a free android app. Should I put it in the freebies section or the deal section with the caveat that I have to buy a device at full price first?
the__cat
speric07
the__cat
This should be in the freebies section.
You have to buy the radiator though!!!!
​Yes, but the rads aren't part of the deal really. They're not marked down in price.
see comment no 1
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Security Door Chain Polished Brass effect 54p @ Screwfix

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Free C&C Was £1.99 Save £1.45 (72%) Steel construction. Easy to install. Prevents full opening of door. Screws supplied.
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I laugh at these as security devices, I always used one then my daughter aged about 4/5 came barging in the house as if it wasn't on and broke it open. If a small girl can do it by an accident at that age I just fear a grown man coming to attack you might also be able to break it.
congrevecv
Anotherone what you want is called a rottweiler or a pitbull

One solution, but high maintenance and running cost compared to mechanical devices and some risk of attacking unintended targets.

On plus side though more proactive, bigger deterrent and doubles as portable bodyguard.

Personally I think the future may be those mini CCTV systems, then you can see who is there with a closed door.
Thanks. Ordered 10 for that crazy possessive Ex of mine!

Edited By: maxrlingham on Jun 25, 2016 09:20: Changed to a capital.
red23
fishmaster
red23
VOTED HOT - anything to keep those pesky Romanians out eh?
I use mine to keep all the racists out, done a good job so far it has.
hasn't stopped them voting in the referendum though has it? "english jobs for english people........" ain't that your motto?
No my motto is right job to right people.
Anotherone what you want is called a rottweiler or a pitbull
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Not a deal more an idea Galvanised Incinerator Bin £19.99 screwfix

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After posting a reply to Habitat laundry bin thought I would post this - as title not a deal as such but rather an idea. Looking for a large laundry bin bought this incinerator - don't fit the legs a…
Pipcola Avatar3d, 9h agoFound 3 days, 9 hours ago17 Comments
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Think the clanking of the lid indoors would get on your wick pretty quickly. Though I do miss hearing that sound from old bins we had years ago
Tempted to burn the neighbour's cat which keeps taking a $h!te on the garden.
well it would work for my underpants that often spontaneously combust. Hot. Litterally.
burn the evidence
Thanks, I was looking for something like this. My neighbour just spent over £350 on a skip to get rid of stuff a lot of which would have burnt.
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fan 16inch from screw fix - £14.99

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Thought this was quite cheap for a fan
chillyyyy Avatar3d, 18h agoFound 3 days, 18 hours ago12 Comments
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Bought two of these last week, at the exact same time. Put them together and found they couldn't be more different. One is stable and sturdy. The second one has loose casing (non-user adjustable), the feet won't stay on, the screws holding the stand on won't thread properly and it looks and sounds like it's about to shake apart, even on the lowest setting!
I had to take mine back. I wasn't expecting much for the price and never had issue with the quality of screwfix products previously, but it is very poorly made and came with a damaged grill/guard. I actually felt compelled to right a review. Customer service was quality as always and got a full refund.
Bought this a few weeks ago. As you'd expect is does feel a bit cheap in places but it's plenty powerful enough.
Cold! Not ridiculously expensive like a Dyson.
What the hell do you need one of these for?
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Keter Low Maintenance Plastic Shed at Screwfix - 8X11ft. 88sq/ft £809.99 reduced from £899.99.

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These sheds are low maintenance and easy to put together compared to the equivalent steel shed. They might not be suitable for areas with very high wind though. They are also rust resistant. Free Deli…
barneyonion Avatar6d, 2h agoFound 6 days, 2 hours ago9 Comments
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You don't need to be a member to purchase from Costco online, but there is 5% surcharge:

Goods (ex VAT) £583.32
* Non-Member 5% Surcharge (ex VAT) £29.17
Total Order (ex VAT) £612.49
Total VAT £122.50
Total Order (inc VAT)
£734.99


Edited By: Rado16v on Jun 22, 2016 10:05: correction
no maintenance at all! got one just the same from Costco. very sturdy.
how much maintenance do these require?
I've got one of these (slightly smaller). Don't listen to the 'wind' nonsense. They screw into the ground & are solid in the wind.
VitalViper
barneyonion
Yep cheaper in costco but I don't have a costco subscription.
It's a 5% surcharge right? so... £699+34.95 = £733.95 or am I missing something?


Surely its cheaper just to join? £699+£30 ? or less if trade
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MAKITA LS1040/1 255MM COMPOUND MITRE SAW 110V Free Del* free C&C £49.92

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This looks like a cracking deal, after doing a quick search the Sam model is £180. Nice size blade and personally haven't had any problems with Makita tools having used their drills. 110v so site saf…
Dezz Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago11 Comments
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Went in store guy checked from Lands End to John O'Groats, none left, expire deal
werewhelk
is there a way to quickly check stock for the entire country, or are you asking the OP to check every postcode?
not that i know of. Not sure there was a deal here for anyone. I don't think i would post a deal that I didn't know existed at all (unless OP can confirm 1 place it does?). I certainly wouldn't refer to delivery options that don't exist either.
is there a way to quickly check stock for the entire country, or are you asking the OP to check every postcode?
again... should check for stock before posting none existent deals.
None in or around Dover.
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BZP WASHERS PACK 1000 PCS £8.99 @ Screwfix Click & Collect

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Great selection of washers to suit every occasion.
Scunnerd Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago4 Comments
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I might just nip out for this. The boxes are good.
almost worth it just for the box
Yey a Father's Day present.
Some other packs reduced also, great find.
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hive thermostat save 33% at screwfix £118.99

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Control your heating remotely via Android or iOS devices. Geolocation and text control enable you to receive heating alerts and send commands to the Hive anytime, anywhere. Functions include holiday m…
MJGM Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago65 Comments
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I expired this deal 10 hours ago... Filthy HUKD profiteering on click through for deals that don't exist!

Edit 14 hours ago.

Edited By: FREEZIN WOLF on Jun 26, 2016 00:23
Gone up by £60
R0B
Has anyone picked this up? Just got mine and it looks like only the thermostat??


Ok opened it up and it's the full kit. Phew
Has anyone picked this up? Just got mine and it looks like only the thermostat??
Had Hive installed about 2 years ago - superb system. No issues installing and no drop-outs. Allows command of your boiler using the thermostat, a webpage, a smartphone app and even by text. Great to overide your programmed schedule if you're going to be home late or early, or even just adjust the temperature half a degree and not have to get off the sofa! Additional lighting and security products can also be added to the system.
Heat.
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Titan Reciprocating Saw 240v at Screwfix £29.99 Save £30.00 @ Screwfix

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TITAN TTB533RSP RECIPROCATING SAW 240V (17639) Powerful saw for cutting wood and steel with tool-free blade change and pendulum action. Features fan-cooled motor and deadman's switch. Supplied with
Mucka Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago30 Comments
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Dunno about the saw but Irwin "Nail embedded wood" 230mm blades are brilliant and make short work of demolishing pallets, and old sheds. :phttp://i.ebayimg.com/images/a/T2eC16ZHJHwE9n8ii1UeBP9HtB60g!~~/s-l300.jpg

Thanks for this. Had a look for these blades but struggling to find this type in a long length.
There are long Irwin blades on Amazon for "demolition" - are they the same as the wood and metal ones?
If you have a product code that would be great, thanks.


​Something like this should do you:

http://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/Irwin-10504158-Sabre-Saw-Blade-956R-225mm-Nail-Embeded-Wood-Pack-of-5-/182128668062
Something else comes to mind when I see one of these...
hcc27
Wadadli_Cooler
These are handy. Not very precise, but good for renovation and demolition for joists and pipes etc where access is limited. Found some HILTE blades on eBay which are excellent. Don't use low end blades. I bought Aldi ones which blunted and bent instantly.

May I ask for the type of HILTE blade you bought please, and if possible a link/ eBay ID?


These are the ones Hilte Blades
I thought it was Screwfix's own brand.
Do they post to HM Prisons?

Have a friend who would like to do some DIY during his life sentence.

Edited By: jr007 on Jun 17, 2016 20:18
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MAKITA DLX2020SW 18V 3.0AH LI-ION LXT CORDLESS COMBI DRILL & IMPACT DRIVER £189.99 Screwfix

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Was 269.99 Now 189.99 Currenlty the cheapest Makita 18v twin pack with 2 x 3ah batteries charger and case i could find! I still have the old style Makita 18v 1.3ah drill, now 6 years old and it…
SAMGB Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago12 Comments
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After buying the LIDL drill i made the following video to show how powerfull it is. I was really impressed with the drill and its well worth £39.99. It also has 3 years warranty and you can buy extra batteries for £15.95 from grizzly tools.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P1jIKFqrREE


Edited By: SAMGB on Jun 25, 2016 22:33: spelling
heads up. Lydl are selling their impact driver from Thursday ,23/6/16. its 39.99 quid. not as good as top brands but ideal for diy,;)
Bought this for £148 at B&q last bank holiday. Probably still at that price. Check B&q b4 buying this that's my advise.
ittom
For anyone that holds a B&Q Tradepoint account, they are selling the Makita Combi-Drill 18v 2x3.0Ah batteries (think it's the same drill) for £116+VAT. Fantastic piece of kit for the price and well worth it if you have access to their Trade account.

I am not certain .. but.
I don't think the BnQ ones are the same, The batteries are different I think. and not as good.
For anyone that holds a B&Q Tradepoint account, they are selling the Makita Combi-Drill 18v 2x3.0Ah batteries (think it's the same drill) for £116+VAT. Fantastic piece of kit for the price and well worth it if you have access to their Trade account.
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Titan SDS and drill 240v with 9 accessories and hard case £49.99 @ Screwfix - free c&c

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Titan SDS Plus drill comes with 5 drill bits from 6mm to 14mm also has 2 chisels flat and pointed. The motor is very powerful at 1500W pretty much would get through any material. Fabulous price for th…
nemo399 Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago33 Comments
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This the 5kg or 3kg version? I've got the 5kg which is heavy but a very good drill for the money and I'd definitely be interested in the 3kg one as well.

Don't buy the impact driver set though. They're crap.
I have one of these and it is absolutely invaluable. It is very heavy duty and will chip or drill through concrete with ease. I bought it a couple of months ago for £50 odd and I've used it several times since. The closest you'll get to a pneumatic drill for anywhere near this price.
AppStar
Is this on promotion or is that the regular price? Just asking as I'm thinking of eventually getting one.


It's in offer at the moment. Wouldn't think it will be on for too long. I would grab it whilst it's in stock.
Is this on promotion or is that the regular price? Just asking as I'm thinking of eventually getting one.
Looked at this last night and its a heavy drill. Most likely a 2 hander, unless you are built like Arnie.
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Anchor bolts ( heavy duty fixing ) was £2.99 now 99p inc VAT at Screwfix

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SCREWFIX EASYFIX SHIELD ANCHOR STUD TYPE M8 X 70MM 5 PACK . I remember someone asking about fixing a heavy tv bracket and tv to a wall on here the other day, these would have been the solution, but th…
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They're holding up my TV. When the guys put them in the wall and attached the bracket, my test was if I was able to swing from it without problems. Passed with flying colours!
Currently holding up a 40kg+ (rather large) TV ......
40kg tv???????????? Wtf is it a billboard?
65" plasma. oO
Ahh that old tech :p

:{

That superior (vs anything LCD based) tech you mean? :3

(Still waiting for OLED to be big enough and consistent enough .... and a bit cheaper .... before the next upgrade. For now, the VT65 stays!)
sancheez
seanmorris100
sancheez
They're holding up my TV. When the guys put them in the wall and attached the bracket, my test was if I was able to swing from it without problems. Passed with flying colours!
Currently holding up a 40kg+ (rather large) TV ......
40kg tv???????????? Wtf is it a billboard?
65" plasma. oO

Ahh that old tech :p
kieranlovesbacon
Technically this is more suited for use in concrete.
Chemical (epoxy) anchors are more suited to masonry than mechanical anchors because the fragility of masonry.
But at a £1 get two and y'all be alright.
These are perfectly suitable for use in brick, block, concrete and stone. I would suggest that if you're using these to fix something, it would be something fairly heavy and thus if fixing to something fragile, I wouldn't recommend fixing inti it at all. These work well, as you tighten the bolt it pushes down the sleeve, expanding at the back of the bolt, meaning to fail it would have to rip out bolt right from the back, which in theory shouldn't happen, if fixed correctly.
Reserved a couple of packs, always handy to have. Mega price, cheers OP.
seanmorris100
sancheez
They're holding up my TV. When the guys put them in the wall and attached the bracket, my test was if I was able to swing from it without problems. Passed with flying colours!
Currently holding up a 40kg+ (rather large) TV ......
40kg tv???????????? Wtf is it a billboard?

65" plasma. oO
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Bosch Professional Multi Tool (corded) 250W + 8 Accessories £50.00 @ Screwfix

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Found in the clearance section, so you'll have to check for stock in your area as it won't be available in some/many places. Hopefully helps some lucky punter though... Lightweight multi-cutter with
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I think it's £58 normal price b&q
the trade point catalogue gives 2 diferrnt price for this model £58 and £85
if anybody can explain appreciate it
The home diy version green version is around that price, £57, this blue 'GOP250' is the version aimed above average DIY'ers and usually sells for £100 although has been £80 at Screwfix for a while - it's £96 at B&Q at the mo
I got one and am pleased with it, it's heavy but durable and well built and better built than the green version which has a nylon gearbox (this blue one has a metal gearbox) the cable is on a ball joint so shouldn't wear out too easily.
At £50 it's a steal and if you use Saxton blades via ebay which are much cheaper than Bosch's and nearly as good you're good to go.
It is always the same! I am colour blind and can tell the difference between blue and green so why can't these other people. If B&Q/Tradepoint do sell it then go in for 10% of diff or 10% discount depending on staff member - guess they will sell (probably order it in from Screwfix...)


Maybe with Tradepoint but in my experience B&Q and Screwfix won't match each other's prices because they're both owned by the same parent company
shamoomoomoo
Been using it for a few years. Been great. Paid £100 for mine with accessories and LBoxx. Had issue with it when i lent it to an idiot mate who abused it. Bosch replaced it with a new one and even sent new accessories! 3 years warranty if you register it with Bosch.
You did well, my battery one was 13 months old and had seem some serious use, new motor and ECU fitted. It wasn't possible to turn it round any faster than they did, collected one day, fixed the next and returned the day after. Not often you get service like this so it shows you get what you pay for. I think the metal gearbox must be bomb proof.
bargainhunter666
spannerzone
aa64xyz
I think it's £58 normal price b&q
the trade point catalogue gives 2 diferrnt price for this model £58 and £85
if anybody can explain appreciate it
The home diy version green version is around that price, £57, this blue 'GOP250' is the version aimed above average DIY'ers and usually sells for £100 although has been £80 at Screwfix for a while - it's £96 at B&Q at the mo
I got one and am pleased with it, it's heavy but durable and well built and better built than the green version which has a nylon gearbox (this blue one has a metal gearbox) the cable is on a ball joint so shouldn't wear out too easily.
At £50 it's a steal and if you use Saxton blades via ebay which are much cheaper than Bosch's and nearly as good you're good to go.
It is always the same! I am colour blind and can tell the difference between blue and green so why can't these other people. If B&Q/Tradepoint do sell it then go in for 10% of diff or 10% discount depending on staff member - guess they will sell (probably order it in from Screwfix...)


​wasn't the colour they have similar model no I just wanted to know why difference in price
spannerzone
aa64xyz
I think it's £58 normal price b&q
the trade point catalogue gives 2 diferrnt price for this model £58 and £85
if anybody can explain appreciate it
The home diy version green version is around that price, £57, this blue 'GOP250' is the version aimed above average DIY'ers and usually sells for £100 although has been £80 at Screwfix for a while - it's £96 at B&Q at the mo

I got one and am pleased with it, it's heavy but durable and well built and better built than the green version which has a nylon gearbox (this blue one has a metal gearbox) the cable is on a ball joint so shouldn't wear out too easily.

At £50 it's a steal and if you use Saxton blades via ebay which are much cheaper than Bosch's and nearly as good you're good to go.






​thanks for that
Been using it for a few years. Been great. Paid £100 for mine with accessories and LBoxx. Had issue with it when i lent it to an idiot mate who abused it. Bosch replaced it with a new one and even sent new accessories! 3 years warranty if you register it with Bosch.
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Led floodlight with sensor was £24.99 now £11.99 inc VAT @ Screwfix - free c&c

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Fairly cheap led floodlight with a sensor. Yes it's only 10 watt, but that's ok for small back gardens and not to long driveways. It's a screwfix clearance line, so stock probably limited. There are a…
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Picked up two this morning...

Just took them out the box and both of them have been damaged - the bloody PIR's are snapped off of both of them! :(
Nomnomchoons
bazward75
I have been trying for some time to find an LED floodlight that i could use as a light source for indoor or outdoor photography. I dont know how many lumens would be needed to produce enough light as the light stands used in indoor
studiowork. The cheapness of these floodlights along with the greatly reduced heat output they have makes it worthwhile a try. If anyone has used an LED floodlight as a photography light source i would like to hear.
I have used two similar ones for photography. The ones I have are 50w each and as another poster said, they can be very direct and create strong shadows. My ones are also painful if you look directly at them so something to keep in mind if you plan to have human subjects! Recommend you set up some sort of light dispersion or reflection to evenly distribute the light.
This particular light says 4000K colour temperature so you would set your white balance accordingly. My one is 6500K which should give closer to daylight colours.
Personally I think you would be better off trying one from Amazon that does not have a motion sensor sensor and is 6500K colour temp. Have a search, there are lots to choose from under £15.

Thanks Nomm, I guess i will have to diffuse it just as they do with softboxes
AzeemB
bazward75
I have been trying for some time to find an LED floodlight that i could use as a light source for indoor or outdoor photography. I dont know how many lumens would be needed to produce enough light as the light stands used in indoor
studiowork. The cheapness of these floodlights along with the greatly reduced heat output they have makes it worthwhile a try. If anyone has used an LED floodlight as a photography light source i would like to hear.
not used it for photography, but the light is usually a cool white,which might not look good in your photos, The source is a very bright spot, so not something u could look at. You might need to use a diffuser (or not) . And it may create hard shadows. There is probably a way to over ride the sensor (usually turning the switch on and off twice) or buy one without a sensor.

Thanks Azeem, I guess i will have do it by trial and error, It would be a saving cost wise if it could be done and the manafacturers would not like it.
bazward75
I have been trying for some time to find an LED floodlight that i could use as a light source for indoor or outdoor photography. I dont know how many lumens would be needed to produce enough light as the light stands used in indoor
studiowork. The cheapness of these floodlights along with the greatly reduced heat output they have makes it worthwhile a try. If anyone has used an LED floodlight as a photography light source i would like to hear.

I have used two similar ones for photography. The ones I have are 50w each and as another poster said, they can be very direct and create strong shadows. My ones are also painful if you look directly at them so something to keep in mind if you plan to have human subjects! Recommend you set up some sort of light dispersion or reflection to evenly distribute the light.

This particular light says 4000K colour temperature so you would set your white balance accordingly. My one is 6500K which should give closer to daylight colours.

Personally I think you would be better off trying one from Amazon that does not have a motion sensor sensor and is 6500K colour temp. Have a search, there are lots to choose from under £15.
Got one - good light - front yard is over quarter acre and off course it doesn't light it up for reading the paper etc, but it is an excellent bright "I'm watching you" deterent as well as a welcome home light.
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Hive Active Heating & Hot Water Thermostat £60 off @ Screwfix. Makes its £118.99.

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Hive reduced again.............;-) Both heating and hot water control. Says offer ends on 19/06/16.
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The page shows 2 products, with and without hot water, isn't it the same product though? ie there is only 1 hive themostat, not 2 models
Heat from me too!. Thanks OP! :)
heat added
Hot, this was £124.99 a few months back and I've been waiting for it to come back down in price, and now it's even lower, thanks op
Note this will be for the kit only so you have to install it yourself. If you know what you are doing, then its hot, else you'll be in trouble!
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DeWalt DEWALT DRILL ACCESSORY ROLL MAT SET 98 PIECES 24.99 @ Screwfix

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Based on the success of my existing thread i cant believe no one has looked at these. Reduced from 39.99 to 24.99 , this deal tempted me to go next level with my drill bit artillery, i didn't in the
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glduuk
They're different
All good deals
Impact driver bits are for an impact driver...
The roll pack has other stuff than plain drills
Depends what you want/need
Horses for courses

The drill tip's to the link above are they suited for impact drill's?

thanks
They're different
All good deals
Impact driver bits are for an impact driver...
The roll pack has other stuff than plain drills
Depends what you want/need
Horses for courses
Just booked a set. I hope this helps me save money in the long run. I got the Bosch set and the screw driver bits have broken after Medium use.
I bought this rather than the 3 pack for 9.99 - this is good value, but you will need to have / buy another tool just to get into it, lots of solid packaging!
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DeWalt Drill Bits, 3 Sets - 23 PCS - £9.99 @screwfix

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Just picked this up as it was the best deal i could find for some decent drill bits. 3 separate sets of good quality DeWalt bits include 5 x wood , 5 x Masonry, 13 x Metal Usually it is £9.99 for j…
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They have loads In and around Nottingham, my 8p quidco for what it's worth tracked within hours as well
Don't forget the rewards coins via Quidco too.
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shakapooey
DigitalReaper
This set doesn't come with a 7mm masonry bit which is a tad annoying. 7mm = brown wall plugs
Yeah, why do they do that? I have the masonry set and only ever used the 6mm a few times. I had to buy a separate 7mm bit which i have used countless times.
Probably to make you buy a 7mm bit separately, or another set when you realise it's annoying to carry around a set + a spare drill bit.
Personally I think masonry sets are a bit pointless (double pun?), who's ever used a 4mm or 5mm masonry bit? I'd buy 2 x 6mm (red plugs), 2 x 7mm (brown plugs), 1 x 8mm (blue plugs) and 1 x 10mm bit (grey plug).
Grab a multi pack of Uno wall plugs that include those 4 sizes. Now you've got a plug + drill bit for every screw size. Job done.

I was wondering who needs all those drill bits that come in sets, half dont get used and cheap ones break then your left with an odd set.

I like your way of thinking, better drill bits for the jobs you need in hand and not what you might need.


I use the smaller ones for pilot holes to get a more precisely located hole. Then follow up with the sds, especially with plastered walls.
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shakapooey
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This set doesn't come with a 7mm masonry bit which is a tad annoying. 7mm = brown wall plugs
Yeah, why do they do that? I have the masonry set and only ever used the 6mm a few times. I had to buy a separate 7mm bit which i have used countless times.
Probably to make you buy a 7mm bit separately, or another set when you realise it's annoying to carry around a set + a spare drill bit.
Personally I think masonry sets are a bit pointless (double pun?), who's ever used a 4mm or 5mm masonry bit? I'd buy 2 x 6mm (red plugs), 2 x 7mm (brown plugs), 1 x 8mm (blue plugs) and 1 x 10mm bit (grey plug).
Grab a multi pack of Uno wall plugs that include those 4 sizes. Now you've got a plug + drill bit for every screw size. Job done.

I was wondering who needs all those drill bits that come in sets, half dont get used and cheap ones break then your left with an odd set.

I like your way of thinking, better drill bits for the jobs you need in hand and not what you might need.
shakapooey
DigitalReaper
This set doesn't come with a 7mm masonry bit which is a tad annoying. 7mm = brown wall plugs
Yeah, why do they do that? I have the masonry set and only ever used the 6mm a few times. I had to buy a separate 7mm bit which i have used countless times.

Probably to make you buy a 7mm bit separately, or another set when you realise it's annoying to carry around a set + a spare drill bit.

Personally I think masonry sets are a bit pointless (double pun?), who's ever used a 4mm or 5mm masonry bit? I'd buy 2 x 6mm (red plugs), 2 x 7mm (brown plugs), 1 x 8mm (blue plugs) and 1 x 10mm bit (grey plug).

Grab a multi pack of Uno wall plugs that include those 4 sizes. Now you've got a plug + drill bit for every screw size. Job done.

Edited By: DigitalReaper on Jun 13, 2016 17:04
shakapooey
DigitalReaper
This set doesn't come with a 7mm masonry bit which is a tad annoying. 7mm = brown wall plugs
Yeah, why do they do that? I have the masonry set and only ever used the 6mm a few times. I had to buy a separate 7mm bit which i have used countless times.
I pretty much use the 5,6 and 8 sizes exclusively now since switching to Fischer wall plugs. Their SX range for hard masonry are really well designed, and their UX range for everything else are also very versatile. Much more expensive though!!
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DEWALT DCM561PB-GB 18v XR Cordless Strimmer (bare unit only) £99.99 @ Screwfix

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Free next day deliver or Free click & Collect (Bare unit only battery not included) DEWALT DCM561PB-GB - BARE 18V XR CORDLESS BRUSHLESS LINE TRIMMER - BARE (6580K) 2-speed fully variable trigger of…
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yes I always seem to get into trouble :p
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Makita DLX2020W 18v LXT Combi & Impact Twin Pack 2x3.0Ah Was £269.99 NOW £189.99 @ Screwfix

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1 x 18V DHP453ZW Combi Drill 1 x 18V DTD146ZW Impact Driver 2 x 18V 3.0Ah Li-Ion Batteries 1 x 60min Charger 1 x Heavy Duty Carry Case
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If you get an LXT tool the batteries can be used in a wide range of tools in the Makita range from drills to angle grinders to chainsaws - there range is vast.

Stay clear of the cheaper Makita range in B&Q et al as the batteries are not compatible with other tools.

If it's in budget the Toolstation twin kit @ £199 will not disappoint you I'm sure.
So LXT is a good thing? Plus its a rapid charge, AND the Impact Driver has a torch on...very useful! is that my best bet? Think Ill get one tomorrow
Yes, the Toolstation one is actually a better deal, even though it's £10 more, I got the model no's mixed up and wrongly thought this was better....

The reason the Toolstation hasn't got the heat this one has is because the OP on that one failed to mention they were LXT drills...?
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Here is a kit from Toolstation. https://www.toolstation.com/shop/p24994?table=no
The keyless chucks are a bit different and I can't see the case to see how bad it is. BUT the charger is 22 mins, rather than an hour from this one from Screwfix. Any thoughts??
This one looks like a better deal to me to be fair, as the combi drill is better, no?

I think it a better deal for the extra £10, the drill is much more powerful
magicmat
Here is a kit from Toolstation. https://www.toolstation.com/shop/p24994?table=no
The keyless chucks are a bit different and I can't see the case to see how bad it is. BUT the charger is 22 mins, rather than an hour from this one from Screwfix. Any thoughts??
This one looks like a better deal to me to be fair, as the combi drill is better, no?