Waterproof Snowflakes LED Projector For Indoor Outdoor Christmas Decoration £25.98 Sold by podofoUK and Fulfilled by Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Waterproof Snowflakes LED Projector For Indoor Outdoor Christmas Decoration £25.98 Sold by podofoUK and Fulfilled by Amazon

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These are the in thing this Christmas. (saves you from hours of light hanging around the outside of the house. seen a few around and they are really effective. I know there are others but these seem…
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These are the in thing this Christmas. (saves you from hours of light hanging around the outside of the house.
seen a few around and they are really effective.
I know there are others but these seem a decent price and a little more less flashy than some of the others.

Not so much of a deal but i think the price seems very reasonable

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Snowflakes Spotlight Projectors, projecting the falling snow patterns moving automatically onto the wall, perfects for Christmas Halloween holiday wedding and party
Durable aluminum material, long life span Xmas LED light projectors, beautiful bright LED lights to create a magical sparkling fairy tale effect.
Waterproof IP65,can be used indoor and outdoor, even use in the rain, but can't use in the heavy rain weather.
Simple assembly and plug to play. Low power consumption, UL adaptor 12V DC, and 16.4 feet power cable with the spotlight, more flexible to use.
Guarantee safety,the light gets approvel of CE and GS certification; Christmas lights is more energy-saving and safer than other lights.
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#1
Does anyone have one of these?.... how far away do they have to be from the house?
#2
our neighbour has the one with red and green dots and it's very effective. its placed about 15ft from house. w tried to get one but they are all sold out so ordered this one
#3
watch the video in the comments section of the amazon link- will show you all you need to know
1 Like #4
No harm in giving it a go. I'm sure Amazon will take it back if its cr*p :-) Have some Heat (its cold outside) X)
#5
Good indoors, I have the coloured version. outside, don't waste your time
3 Likes #6
daveyboyuk
No harm in giving it a go. I'm sure Amazon will take it back if its cr*p :-) Have some Heat (its cold outside) X)
When do you intend returning it? January? :)
1 Like #7
Have just sent one back. Was supposed to be for up to 10 meters from house. In order for size and clarity to be good we had to place ours 2 meters from house and 1 meter off floor. Not ideal so returned for a refund. Also house front needs to be completely flat (no bay windows).
#8
DONE BUY THE ASDA ONES £25 they are so weak you need a flat white wall in TOTAL darkness and 5 feet away from the wall for them to work.
Thanks for the deal op.
#9
Very mixed reviews on these, they have some of the same on ebay.
#10
I have one I got from Asda Lincoln (£20). I have watched the video and mine seems pretty much them same.I am on a well lit road, so I think this is why mine is not very effective.
#11
mani1
I have one I got from Asda Lincoln (£20). I have watched the video and mine seems pretty much them same.I am on a well lit road, so I think this is why mine is not very effective.
If you buy something to project lights onto your house it should work with street lights, how many people live down a dark lane. The good ones work but are 3 times the price. The Asda ones don't so are not fit for purpose. Take it back like I did.
#12
andysfast
mani1
I have one I got from Asda Lincoln (£20). I have watched the video and mine seems pretty much them same.I am on a well lit road, so I think this is why mine is not very effective.
If you buy something to project lights onto your house it should work with street lights, how many people live down a dark lane. The good ones work but are 3 times the price. The Asda ones don't so are not fit for purpose. Take it back like I did.


Thanks for the advice!
#13
just bought the £52.99 one from amazon it is good indoors but just put it outside and it stopped working after 10 mins had condensation inside even with the rubber seals, it's the same one as this but with more slides, sending it back for a redund! very disappointed! lucky i got it from amazon excellent customer services
#14
sweetpea10
Very mixed reviews on these, they have some of the same on ebay.
be careful of the ebay one's daughter's just purchased one and it said UK delivery 3 to 5 days it has been over a week now so checked out tracking number and guess what hers has just left hong kong!
#15
Waterproof IP65,can be used indoor and outdoor, even use in the rain, but can't use in the heavy rain weather.

So it's ok in rain, but not in heavy rain weather?! What happens if the rain starts to get heavier once you've switched it on?


Edited By: panddda on Dec 10, 2016 23:19
#16
Our neighbour has one, can barely see it on the outside of their home and it's not overly lit from street lamps - may be best to have it indoors somewhere??
#17
panddda
Waterproof IP65,can be used indoor and outdoor, even use in the rain, but can't use in the heavy rain weather.

So it's ok in rain, but not in heavy rain weather?! What happens if the rain starts to get heavier once you've switched it on?



it fails? (_;)
#18
phoebegrace
sweetpea10
Very mixed reviews on these, they have some of the same on ebay.
be careful of the ebay one's daughter's just purchased one and it said UK delivery 3 to 5 days it has been over a week now so checked out tracking number and guess what hers has just left hong kong!


Yes, noticed that on Amazon too, delivery date on some of them 12th Jan oO
#19
May arrive after Christmas.
#20
isn't it very likely to get stolen?
#21
nicojo
isn't it very likely to get stolen?
This is what concerns I, when away from house.

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