230v Defender led zone light £30 @ Homebase
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230v Defender led zone light £30 @ Homebase

£25.50£13781%Homebase Deals
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Found 27th Dec 2017
Another homebase deal, on this self for £67 buts scans and £30. The tripod is also available for this. Using the 15% off voucher can get it for £25.50.

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any chance for product code or barcode for this item in your receipt please? Thanks
Good luck on finding anything in a Homebase store, they had some LED worklight's that were reduced and not available to order online, went into Maidenhead which was showing 6 but they only had 1 and someone beat me to that one having already nabbed it in their trolley. They phoned some stores nearby that also showed stock but none of them actually had them, waste of time and trip.
Babboon4 m ago

Good luck on finding anything in a Homebase store, they had some LED …Good luck on finding anything in a Homebase store, they had some LED worklight's that were reduced and not available to order online, went into Maidenhead which was showing 6 but they only had 1 and someone beat me to that one having already nabbed it in their trolley. They phoned some stores nearby that also showed stock but none of them actually had them, waste of time and trip.


Loads of these on the shelves, looks like nobody has paid any attention to them
Oh no! Looks like another trip to Homebase for me tomorrow. The wife is gunna go skitz on me. I may have to trade it off with another trip to the Next sale afterwards
mtllbz22 m ago

any chance for product code or barcode for this item in your receipt …any chance for product code or barcode for this item in your receipt please? Thanks


The barcode is: 5055056998097
Barcode doesn't work... Do u have a direct link to item? Thanks
P1NN47 h, 0 m ago

Barcode doesn't work... Do u have a direct link to item? Thanks


No, as mentioned in the description, it's not on the homebase Web site. Hence why it won't appear when you search the bar code. You will have to ring up your local store
could please someone describe why it is so special?? no tripod and I think it is an equivalent of a 500watt halogen
bobo5337 m ago

could please someone describe why it is so special?? no tripod and I think …could please someone describe why it is so special?? no tripod and I think it is an equivalent of a 500watt halogen


LED's last on average 13 times last longer then halogens. Mainly because halogens need to burn at a high temperature, because of this, halogens may struggle to work in cooler conditions, and the heat give off produces uv radation. They have no filliment that can break. But the main thing is LED's use 75% less energy then halogens.
James.Crew1 h, 8 m ago

LED's last on average 13 times last longer then halogens. Mainly because …LED's last on average 13 times last longer then halogens. Mainly because halogens need to burn at a high temperature, because of this, halogens may struggle to work in cooler conditions, and the heat give off produces uv radation. They have no filliment that can break. But the main thing is LED's use 75% less energy then halogens.


Thanks but we already new about, my question was of a different type. Does not seem to be a bargain @ £30 for a 50w led working light, if there was a tripod maybe yes. What does make it so expensive?? looks like the RRP price is over £100. Screwfix was selling 50watts pir light for just over £11 few months ago and I must say that it is great as a work light
bobo5338 m ago

Thanks but we already new about, my question was of a different type. Does …Thanks but we already new about, my question was of a different type. Does not seem to be a bargain @ £30 for a 50w led working light, if there was a tripod maybe yes. What does make it so expensive?? looks like the RRP price is over £100. Screwfix was selling 50watts pir light for just over £11 few months ago and I must say that it is great as a work light


It's most probably because of the lifespan and the cost saving you would get from this against a halogen unit
bobo5340 m ago

Thanks but we already new about, my question was of a different type. Does …Thanks but we already new about, my question was of a different type. Does not seem to be a bargain @ £30 for a 50w led working light, if there was a tripod maybe yes. What does make it so expensive?? looks like the RRP price is over £100. Screwfix was selling 50watts pir light for just over £11 few months ago and I must say that it is great as a work light


You can get the tripod from homebase as well, think it cost £7
There’s about 15 on the shelf in robroyston
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