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30 Watt LED Flood Light With PIR £17 with Prime @ Amazon (£21.75 Non-Prime)
30 Watt LED Flood Light With PIR £17 with Prime @ Amazon (£21.75 Non-Prime)

30 Watt LED Flood Light With PIR £17 with Prime @ Amazon (£21.75 Non-Prime)

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£17 with Prime and has a 3 year warranty

Specifications:
1.Rated Voltage:AC210-230V (UK Plug)
2.Power:30W
3.Luminous flux:3000LM
4.Light Source: High Power SMD Chips
5.led chip:Top quality Bridgelux Chip
6.Certificate:CCC & CE & RoHS
7.Body Color:Grey
8.Beam Angle:120degree
9.Body Material:High quality ABS Plastic
10.Warranty: 3years
11.IP Rating:IP65 lamp ip45 sensor
12.Color:White(4500-6000K)
13.Cable Length:1M/3.28(ft)
14.Gross Weight:0.94kg

20 Comments

the cable length is a joke. at least its enough yo get through a wall and cut the plug off.

Original Poster

MRGRINGO

the cable length is a joke. at least its enough yo get through a wall and … the cable length is a joke. at least its enough yo get through a wall and cut the plug off.



The cable is more than long enough to go through a wall into the house as i needed to cut the plug off to do thatthis most lights today only have 30cm this has around 1 meter of cable and its not rocket science to put your own cable in, i also contacted the seller and he confirmed cutting the plug off wont affect the warranty. It gets me how people always find away to put a deal down, for what it is its cracking quality.
Edited by: "polly69" 14th Dec 2016

I saw for around £15 in lidl

Original Poster

sam_of_london

I saw for around £15 in lidl



You saw what? a light a goat what, i bet it wasnt this exact light a 30 watt slim sensor light with a 3 year warranty it was probably whats been posted earlier a fat 10 watt light.

https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/61Fh0fhs8%2BL._SL1500_.jpg
https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/61hme%2B0aGLL._SL1272_.jpg


Edited by: "polly69" 14th Dec 2016

Amazon is showing two 30w models, this one is made of plastic and the other aluminium. Which is better?

mudlouse

Amazon is showing two 30w models, this one is made of plastic and the … Amazon is showing two 30w models, this one is made of plastic and the other aluminium. Which is better?



​going by the dodgy wiring on the lights on amazon I wouldn't buy any but if you have to, go for plastic and check the earth is connected.

caverncity

says 2 years but have you seen this … says 2 years but have you seen this https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01M30I3VF/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awdb_R0CuybKA2R1HJ



No PIR on the Amazon one.

polly69

You saw what? a light a goat what, i bet it wasnt this exact light a 30 … You saw what? a light a goat what, i bet it wasnt this exact light a 30 watt slim sensor light with a 3 year warranty it was probably whats been posted earlier a fat 10 watt light.


Ignore Sam_of_London, most people do!

I just want to point out this is a seller on Amazon. He might be reliable but with only 6 reviews it is hard to make an informed decision also the 36m waranry would be with the seller -nanchengqu hongfulu hongfulousilou Ahao
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That is after the 30 day period when any returns are handled by Amazon themselves
Edited by: "nougat" 15th Dec 2016

MRGRINGO

the cable length is a joke. at least its enough yo get through a wall and … the cable length is a joke. at least its enough yo get through a wall and cut the plug off.



​The cable length. Best practice would be to use a junction box anyway.

nougat

I just want to point out this is a seller on Amazon. He might be reliable … I just want to point out this is a seller on Amazon. He might be reliable but with only 6 reviews it is hard to make an informed decision also the 36m waranry would be with the seller -nanchengqu hongfulu hongfulousilou Ahaodongguanguangdong523000CNThat is after the 30 day period when any returns are handled by Amazon themselves


Does a feedback of 6 fit the criteria, it shouldn't

polly69

You saw what? a light a goat what, i bet it wasnt this exact light a 30 … You saw what? a light a goat what, i bet it wasnt this exact light a 30 watt slim sensor light with a 3 year warranty it was probably whats been posted earlier a fat 10 watt light.

I saw a similar one in poundland, it was not 30 watts though. Not sure if that would make a difference

Bendown

I saw a similar one in poundland, it was not 30 watts though. Not sure … I saw a similar one in poundland, it was not 30 watts though. Not sure if that would make a difference



​Now you're being silly.

somerset

​Now you're being silly.


Yes, but I have a crap day at work coming up and it made me smile this morning, soz

polly69

You saw what? a light a goat what, i bet it wasnt this exact light a 30 … You saw what? a light a goat what, i bet it wasnt this exact light a 30 watt slim sensor light with a 3 year warranty it was probably whats been posted earlier a fat 10 watt light.


I was going to vote hot for this: it is a fairly good deal (I suppose it saves about a fiver on the £21.75 price against a similar item from Screwfix &c, so it is a good but not exceptional price), but I didn't like the OP's needlessly aggressive attitude, so I have decided not to.

Edited by: "othen" 16th Dec 2016

nougat

I just want to point out this is a seller on Amazon. He might be reliable … I just want to point out this is a seller on Amazon. He might be reliable but with only 6 reviews it is hard to make an informed decision also the 36m waranry would be with the seller -nanchengqu hongfulu hongfulousilou Ahaodongguanguangdong523000CNThat is after the 30 day period when any returns are handled by Amazon themselves


Waranry X)

balsingh458

No PIR on the Amazon one.


I know but if you read the reviews some say the PIR doesnt work too well if at all. So this plus a PIR and being able to put the light maybe further up the wall and the PIR near to a door etc might be better for some

Here is another option, twin pack, but NO mention of luminosity (LM). Can that small LED arrangement really output very bright light? The 30W figure is a measure of how power is take by the device (electronics and LEDs) to work. It is not a measure of light output.
Price £19.98 and 3% discount available.
amazon.co.uk/dp/…h=1

Edited by: "hucks_is_god" 16th Dec 2016

Anyone got one of these?
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