10W LED Floodlight with PIR £8.99 @ Aldi
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10W LED Floodlight with PIR £8.99 @ Aldi

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Posted 10th Oct
Protect your home by lighting up the outside with this 10W LED Floodlight with PIR. The passive infrared motion sensor detects movement to ensure your outside areas are always illuminated when necessary.


Features
  • Angled steel bracket for easy mounting
  • Easy wiring box for mains connection
  • Passive infrared motion sensor
  • Daylight sensor
  • 10-2000 lux brightness setting
  • Adjustable illumination period/time from 5 seconds to 12 minutes
  • IP44 approved
  • 900 lumens
  • PIR motion sensor detects body heat up to around 10m

Guarantee/Warranty
3 Years

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I bought one of these the last time they had them on sale, it lasted about a month before the led’s failed. Ive replaced it with one from cpc farnell and not had any problems. Aldi stuff is generally ok but I was disappointed with the quality of this light to be honest. Not voted either way, just my experience
dossdes10/10/2019 22:39

I bought one of these the last time they had them on sale, it lasted about …I bought one of these the last time they had them on sale, it lasted about a month before the led’s failed. Ive replaced it with one from cpc farnell and not had any problems. Aldi stuff is generally ok but I was disappointed with the quality of this light to be honest. Not voted either way, just my experience


Tried swapping under the 3 year warranty?

Even my top of the range Samsung phone had issues initially
10W is pretty poor. 1.21GW is minimum for a security light. If it’s not capable of melting a cat, it isn’t really security.
Bought 4 of these last year. Worked OK for a few months, with good brightness, but all then failed. Unfortunately, I didn't keep the receipt so cannot claim a refund. So buyers beware.
I brought one of these last time, the LEDs failed after a few weeks. Replaced it and that one only lasted around a month before the LEDs failed. Could be a design fault with these
unconfirmed11/10/2019 09:02

10W is pretty poor. 1.21GW is minimum for a security light. If it’s not c …10W is pretty poor. 1.21GW is minimum for a security light. If it’s not capable of melting a cat, it isn’t really security.


Great Scott!! The only power source capable of generating 1.21 gw of electricity is a bolt of lightning. Unfortunately, you never know when or where it's ever going to strike
With only an IP44 rating - expect water ingress - expect failures. For outside use go for one with an IP65 rating. IMHO
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