12-LED Solar Powered PIR Motion Sensor Light Outdoor Garden Security Wall Light £5.60 Delivered w/code @ TMart
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12-LED Solar Powered PIR Motion Sensor Light Outdoor Garden Security Wall Light £5.60 Delivered w/code @ TMart

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Found 22nd Aug
Decent price! 12 LED with a life span of 50,000 hours, IP64 Waterproof, and heatproof. Fully solar powered, no batteries required!

Use code 'TmartLed' at checkout for discounted price.

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FEATURES
  • Integrated design of PIR motion sensor and night sensor
  • Powerful environmentally friendly 12 LEDs solar outdoor LED light with life span of 50,000 hours
  • Rugged construction that is waterproof (IP64), heatproof and durable enough to last for years
  • No batteries, no cables & easy to install
  • Sensitive motion sensor that triggers with 9.8 ft and at a 120 degree angle
  • Auto delay and restore in dark to save energy
  • The batteries recharge during the day to provide light at night. No wiring needed
Specifications

Solar Panel6V / 100MALi-ion Battery3.7V, 800MA, 0.44WModeOff / Dim / HighLED Source2835 SMD LEDColor Temperature6000K-6500KLumen240 LumensLED Spanlife50,000 HoursSolar Charging Time8 HoursSolar Panel SpanlifeOver 5 yearsDimensions(3.35 x 3.94 x 1.69) " / (8.5 x 10 x 4.3) cm (L x W x H)Weight5.29 oz / 150 g

Top comments

Solar powered? In the UK? Does that even work?

One of the leading causes of these lights failing is apparently ingress of water into the solar panel. If you cover the panel with clear all-weather tape (because it must be UV resistant) then it makes it much much harder for this to happen and they can last way longer than they would have otherwise.
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From China !!!!!

Only 250 lumins, a bit naff really

Worth a go, reviews seem good. Heat

Tried to order two but the code didn't work on two items changed it to one & code works.
Thanx Op Heat Added

Solar powered? In the UK? Does that even work?

rborob1 m ago

Solar powered? In the UK? Does that even work?


I have some £1 stick-in-the-ground ones i got from CPC, they are great (for the cost) when there is sun during the day but during the winter they will not light for long at all if there is no sun. I don't know what the ratio of solar-area to LED power requirement is for these but if it's better than my ones then they could be OK.

One of the leading causes of these lights failing is apparently ingress of water into the solar panel. If you cover the panel with clear all-weather tape (because it must be UV resistant) then it makes it much much harder for this to happen and they can last way longer than they would have otherwise.

Has anyone tried and tested these ? Any reviews ?
Edited by: "s4k1b85" 22nd Aug

Where do you put the code?

jeeeeeez11 m ago

I have some £1 stick-in-the-ground ones i got from CPC, they are great …I have some £1 stick-in-the-ground ones i got from CPC, they are great (for the cost) when there is sun during the day but during the winter they will not light for long at all if there is no sun. I don't know what the ratio of solar-area to LED power requirement is for these but if it's better than my ones then they could be OK.


I've got similar ones in the ground which stay on constantly when it gets dark. In the winter, they don't stay on for too long though.

Tempted to buy there, as they will only activate when motion is detected, so should hopefully last longer.

17p more on eBay but there are other options (in regards to number of LEDs) as well, if any help?

ebay.co.uk/itm…340

mixmixi6 m ago

17p more on eBay but there are other options (in regards to number of …17p more on eBay but there are other options (in regards to number of LEDs) as well, if any help?http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/282594294340

Looks like these may have a larger capacity battery.

They are rubbish. Mine worked for two weeks. If it's damp or mist the light does not work. Will buy more expensive one this year. Hopefully it will last more than two weeks

Bought similar from Amazon a 2pk. Cost around £14.50 for two, but you have got amazons returns. They work excellent first one lasted about 2years. Even through winter, wanted it for steps at the front of house. Just fitted my second one. Ready for this winter

Packs of 4 with 28 LEDs and 3.7V, 1200mAh batteries are £23 on Amazon (next day along with Amazons better CS). Work out per unit about the same price.

I thought i had one of these, but on closer inspection its not quite the same.

My unit which i paid twice this for from amazon is identical except it splits in two and you have some cable to position the solar panel away from the light - something i specifically needed when buying.

I've not installed it in its final location yet but to me it seems extremely bright - there is a (tiny)power button on the front, once on it detects when it gets dark and switches on a dimmer light, when pir directs movement it switches to bright for 30 seconds - seems to work well.

I remember big Clive on youtube saying same about using waterproof tape to stop ingress of water

shrek12 m ago

I remember big Clive on youtube saying same about using waterproof tape to …I remember big Clive on youtube saying same about using waterproof tape to stop ingress of water


Tried it. Sticks to the solar panel but not the textured surround.

These are awful. Sensors are not great and after a few motnhs the output is poor

topss18 m ago

Packs of 4 with 28 LEDs and 3.7V, 1200mAh batteries are £23 on Amazon …Packs of 4 with 28 LEDs and 3.7V, 1200mAh batteries are £23 on Amazon (next day along with Amazons better CS). Work out per unit about the same price.


Have you the link please?
topss18 m ago

Packs of 4 with 28 LEDs and 3.7V, 1200mAh batteries are £23 on Amazon …Packs of 4 with 28 LEDs and 3.7V, 1200mAh batteries are £23 on Amazon (next day along with Amazons better CS). Work out per unit about the same price.


Have you the link please.

Tried it. Sticks to the solar panel but not the textured surround.

Gawd knows what happened there!!

rborob1 h, 20 m ago

Solar powered? In the UK? Does that even work?


Well some people have solar panels put on the roof so maybe?

topss55 m ago

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Rechargeable-Waterproof-Safelight-Weatherproof-Neloodony/dp/B073TV5KW3/£22.99edit , slightly cheaper (£21.99) from a different seller, but still fulfilled by Amazon:https://www.amazon.co.uk/BAXiA-Wireless-Waterproof-Security-Driveway/dp/B071718TYG/ref=pd_sbs_60_4?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=TK2W6EGXY93QPFRY9ESB


Thank you.

amz84uk2 h, 16 m ago

...Tempted to buy there, as they will only activate when motion is …...Tempted to buy there, as they will only activate when motion is detected, so should hopefully last longer.


Nah. These are "always-on-dim mode" at night. Note the 3-function description of "Mode Off / Dim / HighLED" but only an on/off button (no selector switch) and at least one review states "...Lasted in dim mode for almost 72 hours. Every time I would walk by, both lights would come on and last about 10 - 15 seconds....". If you want the type where the "always-on-dim mode" can be bypassed, the typical design for that model will include a 3-position switch on the rear, not a simple on/off recessed button on the front, examples with 3-position switch: amazon.co.uk/dp/…VG/ and ebay.co.uk/itm…575

rborob6 h, 7 m ago

Solar powered? In the UK? Does that even work?


It must do,when you see all the roofs covered in ugly glass that all us poor sods will be paying for years.It might be ok for places like Arizona,where they actually get sunny days.

morrig4 h, 28 m ago

It must do,when you see all the roofs covered in ugly glass that all us …It must do,when you see all the roofs covered in ugly glass that all us poor sods will be paying for years.It might be ok for places like Arizona,where they actually get sunny days.

Is it just me or is it council estates where there are most solar panels.
And maybe 50% of them installed where you would have thought it was the least amount of sun / wrong side of roof etc.

MonkeysUncle49 m ago

Is it just me or is it council estates where there are most solar panels. …Is it just me or is it council estates where there are most solar panels. And maybe 50% of them installed where you would have thought it was the least amount of sun / wrong side of roof etc.


yes they have to use them as do house building companies

Had one a while ago but needs to be in direct sunlight all day to work so mine was an utter waste of money as front door never caught the sun.

check_your_bank21 h, 5 m ago

I thought i had one of these, but on closer inspection its not quite the …I thought i had one of these, but on closer inspection its not quite the same.My unit which i paid twice this for from amazon is identical except it splits in two and you have some cable to position the solar panel away from the light - something i specifically needed when buying.I've not installed it in its final location yet but to me it seems extremely bright - there is a (tiny)power button on the front, once on it detects when it gets dark and switches on a dimmer light, when pir directs movement it switches to bright for 30 seconds - seems to work well.


Could you provide a link to the one that separates the panel from the light please?

check_your_bank23 h, 47 m ago

I thought i had one of these, but on closer inspection its not quite the …I thought i had one of these, but on closer inspection its not quite the same.My unit which i paid twice this for from amazon is identical except it splits in two and you have some cable to position the solar panel away from the light - something i specifically needed when buying.I've not installed it in its final location yet but to me it seems extremely bright - there is a (tiny)power button on the front, once on it detects when it gets dark and switches on a dimmer light, when pir directs movement it switches to bright for 30 seconds - seems to work well.


That's something I need too, is there any chance you'd have a link please?

rborob22nd Aug

Solar powered? In the UK? Does that even work?

Yes. For about 3 months a year

MonkeysUncle16 h, 29 m ago

Is it just me or is it council estates where there are most solar panels. …Is it just me or is it council estates where there are most solar panels. And maybe 50% of them installed where you would have thought it was the least amount of sun / wrong side of roof etc.


Just you I think

t00223623rd Aug

Could you provide a link to the one that separates the panel from the …Could you provide a link to the one that separates the panel from the light please?



2.5metre separation £12.99 Prime amazon.co.uk/dp/…YQ/ or similar concept £9.99 Prime amazon.co.uk/dp/…M4/

AndyRoyd33 m ago

2.5metre separation £12.99 Prime https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B071JXS6YQ/ …2.5metre separation £12.99 Prime https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B071JXS6YQ/ or similar concept £9.99 Prime https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B017UAQ5M4/


Thank you!

t00223623rd Aug

Could you provide a link to the one that separates the panel from the …Could you provide a link to the one that separates the panel from the light please?



[Separable Solar Panel]Solar Powered Lights for Indoor and Outdoor, Matone Motion Sensor Security Lights 10 LED Waterproof Heatproof for Warehouse, Ga amazon.co.uk/dp/…vR4

Dustynutz23rd Aug

That's something I need too, is there any chance you'd have a link please?


[Separable Solar Panel]Solar Powered Lights for Indoor and Outdoor, Matone Motion Sensor Security Lights 10 LED Waterproof Heatproof for Warehouse, Ga amazon.co.uk/dp/…vR4

I prefer to a 28LED solar motion light

psmith195822nd Aug

From China !!!!!



Most products are made in China, is it strange?
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