23W (£24.99) or 40W (£34.99) OSRAM NOXLITE LED Floodlight, White or Grey @ Amazon (DOTD)
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23W (£24.99) or 40W (£34.99) OSRAM NOXLITE LED Floodlight, White or Grey @ Amazon (DOTD)

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Found 19th Nov
Deal links to 40W in Grey.
RRP £99.99, Deal of the Day £34.99 & FREE Delivery in the UK.

  • Bright, efficient LED flood light - 3000 lumen
  • Pivoted light panel - outdoor LED light 140° pivotable and 9ß° tiltable
  • Duration of activation can be set (between 5 - 35 minutes) / the sensitivity of the motion sensor can be set (between 4 - 14 meters)
  • The activation level of the twilight switch can be set (between 2 - 2000 lux)
  • Suppressible sensor function, activation/deactivation via standard on/off switch
  • Bright, efficient LED flood light - 3000 lumen
  • Pivoted light panel - outdoor LED light 140° pilotable and 9ß° tillable

13 Comments

Price seems good but a lot of poor reviews on the sensor part of the light so might give this a miss

That's a nice looking light:)

From personal experience, I'd steer clear of anything that's ip44 if using in an unsheltered area outdoors., You really need ip67. Shame because osram is a decent brand.

I've had the 40w version installed on my drive for a few months now. Very pleased with it. No sensor issues, no water ingress and superb coverage. Tempted to get another.

The light looks amazing, but as others have said the reviews state that the PIR sensor is rubbish.

The IP44 rating is also a concern with our typically wet weather, as that rating is the minimum requirement for exeterior lights. Shame.

Saw the criticisms so maybe this is a better light as it's 50W and IP65 >

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Minimum duration of 5 minutes seems too long to me.

CrazyBob38 m ago

Minimum duration of 5 minutes seems too long to me.


It is, the specs are incorrect. Mines on about 2-3 mins and it goes much lower.

thanks OP - ordered the 23 watt @ £24.99
Replacing exact same thing bought from Amazon Warehouse but seems faulty as either 10 secs or 5 mins on time - nothing inbetween, so that can be returned faulty.
Sensor works fine, although it is not directional... light output perfect for our garden.

c9off21 m ago

thanks OP - ordered the 23 watt @ £24.99Replacing exact same thing bought …thanks OP - ordered the 23 watt @ £24.99Replacing exact same thing bought from Amazon Warehouse but seems faulty as either 10 secs or 5 mins on time - nothing inbetween, so that can be returned faulty.Sensor works fine, although it is not directional... light output perfect for our garden.

​Shame great idea ruined, the traditional ones let you rotate the sensor but not the light which I've always thought seems stupid now these have gone the other way.... Wish you could rotate both I want one that picks up car but so the light doesn't blind my neighbour when it's triggered.

Norse2 h, 20 m ago

The light looks amazing, but as others have said the reviews state that …The light looks amazing, but as others have said the reviews state that the PIR sensor is rubbish. The IP44 rating is also a concern with our typically wet weather, as that rating is the minimum requirement for exeterior lights. Shame.



It depends on were you place it, if that wall its fitted on gets the prevailing winds then that rating maybe liable to fail.
The front of our house is North facing and rarily gets rain on the windows and have an up down light thats ip22 no problems in 2 years.

It still amazes me how few manufacturers are making outside LED lights that are vaguely nice and also affordable. I know Phillips make a few. This seems quite nice.

Derek_Duval16 h, 58 m ago

From personal experience, I'd steer clear of anything that's ip44 if using …From personal experience, I'd steer clear of anything that's ip44 if using in an unsheltered area outdoors., You really need ip67. Shame because osram is a decent brand.


From personal and professional experience there is a massive difference in ingress protection (IP) and cost between IP44 and IP67. While IP44 might not be sufficient for all IP67 is overkill. IP68 is submersible protection so unless you are spongebob or ratty IP54/55/56 will suffice. No need to go to the expense of IP67.
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