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OUSFOT Outdoor Lights Solar Powered 56 LED Solar Light £13.19 @ Sold by ousfot and Fulfilled by Amazon (+£4.49 non-prime)
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OUSFOT Outdoor Lights Solar Powered 56 LED Solar Light £13.19 @ Sold by ousfot and Fulfilled by Amazon (+£4.49 non-prime)

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Posted 1st Apr

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For sale at £23.99 but in the special offers bit it gives a 40% discount so got it for £13.19
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BargainDealsHunter01/04/2020 15:19

Its only 240 Lumens, So it wont be powerful enough.But it is very good for …Its only 240 Lumens, So it wont be powerful enough.But it is very good for its price and only uses 3.7V, so heat!


What would be powerful enough? Neighbours seem to think they are trying to spot incoming Luftwaffe on my house's back wall...
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Its only 240 Lumens, So it wont be powerful enough.
But it is very good for its price and only uses 3.7V, so heat!
Thanks op. Already have an MPOW solar light (which is great) but the swivel feature on this means I can place this one at the top of a N facing garage wall and be able to charge it.
BargainDealsHunter01/04/2020 15:19

Its only 240 Lumens, So it wont be powerful enough.But it is very good for …Its only 240 Lumens, So it wont be powerful enough.But it is very good for its price and only uses 3.7V, so heat!


Depends what your using it for
BargainDealsHunter01/04/2020 15:19

Its only 240 Lumens, So it wont be powerful enough.But it is very good for …Its only 240 Lumens, So it wont be powerful enough.But it is very good for its price and only uses 3.7V, so heat!


What would be powerful enough? Neighbours seem to think they are trying to spot incoming Luftwaffe on my house's back wall...
micdmaloney01/04/2020 15:24

What would be powerful enough? Neighbours seem to think they are trying to …What would be powerful enough? Neighbours seem to think they are trying to spot incoming Luftwaffe on my house's back wall...


I doubt it would brighten up a large area but a passageway or small patio should be ok I'd imagine.

I dont need stadium lights like your neighbors
micdmaloney01/04/2020 15:24

What would be powerful enough? Neighbours seem to think they are trying to …What would be powerful enough? Neighbours seem to think they are trying to spot incoming Luftwaffe on my house's back wall...


Lol my back garden side neighbours have a flood light, so powerful. I want those in the front though so when these poo people block my drive, I want them blinded.
I've got 4 of these lights and I'm really impressed. They light up my large garden really well. Some reviews say they get waterlogged but mine are fine. I've had them since November, so theyve survived the winter and the storms and still work perfectly. I think they were a bargain.
showing 23.99 for me
Bought this some time ago for £20. Great security light. Is on dim all the time at night, comes on bright when it detects motion. Very blue light, which I'm not a big fan of, but it serves its purpose well. Heat
Showing £23.99 for me
Is The light always on? Like on dim and then goes bright with movement?
maxamus00701/04/2020 16:02

Is The light always on? Like on dim and then goes bright with movement?


I think you can have the light off to come on when triggered, or dim until its triggered (which is what I have)
Edited by: "kindabored" 1st Apr
Top find *****
DanielKerry01/04/2020 15:59

Showing £23.99 for me


You need to select the offer below and copy/paste the 40% code at checkout
Showing £23.99 for me too.
Reviews say it's not waterproof
djames10801/04/2020 16:24

Guy above says it is


Make it waterproof with a bit of silicone sealant - check Bigclivedotcom on youtube he is a master of the solar light!
I always open mine and silicone seal every water entry point and no leaks so far on any of my solar gizmos!
Bassinvader01/04/2020 16:35

Make it waterproof with a bit of silicone sealant - check Bigclivedotcom …Make it waterproof with a bit of silicone sealant - check Bigclivedotcom on youtube he is a master of the solar light!I always open mine and silicone seal every water entry point and no leaks so far on any of my solar gizmos!


Yeah, shout out for the Big Clive mention.
People saying 'showing as £23.99' need to read the (20 word!) OP...it's all there.
Edited by: "POWER12345678" 1st Apr
Won't be delivered before May, but ordered anyway.
Thanks Ops.
There seems to be a second promotion offering a set of christmas tree lights under the solar light promotion.

Receive 1 photo clip light free when you purchase 1 or more solar light offered by ousfot.Receive 1 photo clip light free when you purchase 1 or more solar light offered by ousfot. Promo code TJUV4NIN is saved to your account. Here's how (terms and conditions apply)


However, I cant find a way of getting it to work -- any ideas?


Thanks
mikeoneflying01/04/2020 17:32

There seems to be a second promotion offering a set of christmas tree …There seems to be a second promotion offering a set of christmas tree lights under the solar light promotion.Receive 1 photo clip light free when you purchase 1 or more solar light offered by ousfot.Receive 1 photo clip light free when you purchase 1 or more solar light offered by ousfot. Promo code TJUV4NIN is saved to your account. Here's how (terms and conditions apply)However, I cant find a way of getting it to work -- any ideas?Thanks


I would think you can only use 1 promotion at a time
Hi

Thank you for responding -- I thought it was just me who could not get it to work!

I heard people are putting up their Christmas trees at home -- so I thought I would get in the festive mood!
Managed to purchase at the deal quoted - Code is: N66I7MA2
Edited by: "r4zi3l_r4zi3l" 1st Apr
40252385-HprdV.jpgOffer is in the circled box there is a promotional code to copy and paste at checkout
djames10801/04/2020 18:11

[Image] Offer is in the circled box there is a promotional code to copy …[Image] Offer is in the circled box there is a promotional code to copy and paste at checkout


You don't even need to copy and paste, just click on the redeem box
POWER1234567801/04/2020 18:13

You don't even need to copy and paste, just click on the redeem box


Tried that last night and it wouldnt work so today i pasted the code and it worked
Bassinvader01/04/2020 16:35

Make it waterproof with a bit of silicone sealant - check Bigclivedotcom …Make it waterproof with a bit of silicone sealant - check Bigclivedotcom on youtube he is a master of the solar light!I always open mine and silicone seal every water entry point and no leaks so far on any of my solar gizmos!


If you read down the full details you will notice it is IP65 . See below chart which explains this Ingress Protection level . Easily suitable for outside conditions in this country.
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dbaillieuk01/04/2020 20:48

If you read down the full details you will notice it is IP65 . See below …If you read down the full details you will notice it is IP65 . See below chart which explains this Ingress Protection level . Easily suitable for outside conditions in this country.[Image]


If its made in China then nah I prefer to do the job myself either way just to be 101% sure!
Made in China!
Bassinvader01/04/2020 21:08

If its made in China then nah I prefer to do the job myself either way …If its made in China then nah I prefer to do the job myself either way just to be 101% sure!Made in China!


Bottom line is though , if it’s sold as IP65 then that’s what it should be . If you feel the need to use silicone around it , then buy a more suitable product that satisfies your needs .
dbaillieuk01/04/2020 21:18

Bottom line is though , if it’s sold as IP65 then that’s what it should be …Bottom line is though , if it’s sold as IP65 then that’s what it should be . If you feel the need to use silicone around it , then buy a more suitable product that satisfies your needs .


Lol get real dude everything thats IP65 from China most likely aint!

I am an electronics engineer and my hobby is solar electronics and i silicone seal everything - try listening to people with more experience instead of arguing or how about checking the seller out on companies house or pop over to youtube and checkout Bigclivedotcom and learn something about solar electronics outdoors - water and moisture can get into IP65 you need to educate yourself before cutting and pasting and spreading false info dude, its IP67 you need to be sure moisture does not get in and corrode the battery and the copper tracks on the motherboard - its what kills most solar lights - nothing is what is advertised as these days!
Bassinvader01/04/2020 21:26

Lol get real dude everything thats IP65 from China most likely aint!I am …Lol get real dude everything thats IP65 from China most likely aint!I am an electronics engineer and my hobby is solar electronics and i silicone seal everything - try listening to people with more experience instead of arguing or how about checking the seller out on companies house or pop over to youtube and checkout Bigclivedotcom and learn something about solar electronics outdoors - water and moisture can get into IP65 you need to educate yourself before cutting and pasting and spreading false info dude, its IP67 you need to be sure moisture does not get in and corrode the battery and the copper tracks on the motherboard - its what kills most solar lights - nothing is what is advertised as these days!


Oh there goes the moral high ground right there “ im an electronics engineer “ What I pasted is a factual sheet relating to liquid and solids ingress levels used daily in the electrical world . I have as much or probably more electrical experience than you by the sounds of it as it my area of expertise.
As far as your ip67 comment is concerned, that’s for partially/ temporary submersion . I am aware of the effects of water into electrical equipment thank you . You stay trigger happy with your silicon and stop underestimating others on here !
Bassinvader01/04/2020 21:08

If its made in China then nah I prefer to do the job myself either way …If its made in China then nah I prefer to do the job myself either way just to be 101% sure!Made in China!



I'm assuming you've never looked on the back/bottom of any of the electronics currently residing with you.
POWER1234567801/04/2020 21:39

I'm assuming you've never looked on the back/bottom of any of the …I'm assuming you've never looked on the back/bottom of any of the electronics currently residing with you.


My baby monitor says ' made in Australia'
dbaillieuk01/04/2020 21:39

Oh there goes the moral high ground right there “ im an electronics e …Oh there goes the moral high ground right there “ im an electronics engineer “ What I pasted is a factual sheet relating to liquid and solids ingress levels used daily in the electrical world . I have as much or probably more electrical experience than you by the sounds of it as it my area of expertise. As far as your ip67 comment is concerned, that’s for partially/ temporary submersion . I am aware of the effects of water into electrical equipment thank you . You stay trigger happy with your silicon and stop underestimating others on here !


Nope wrong again 5 is for jetsie rain ingress its has nothing to do with condensation which is a totally different ballgame!
Just trying to help folks by giving real world experience and tips - but you want to argue the toss to see who has the bigger willy - sad!

Well if you were in electronics you would know who bigclive is and his advice on sealing all solar electronics!
Edited by: "Bassinvader" 1st Apr
POWER1234567801/04/2020 21:39

I'm assuming you've never looked on the back/bottom of any of the …I'm assuming you've never looked on the back/bottom of any of the electronics currently residing with you.


We are talking about electronics outdoors not my TV!
But keep trolling if it gets you off!
Bassinvader01/04/2020 21:44

We are talking about electronics outdoors not my TV!But keep trolling if …We are talking about electronics outdoors not my TV!But keep trolling if it gets you off!


You seem angry/stressed, you OK?

POWER1234567801/04/2020 21:46

You seem angry/stressed, you OK? [Video]


Nah just trying to give some useful and helpful advice on how to make your solar stuff outdoors last more than a year.
Just ask anyone who has bought any type of solar stake light!
But thanks nice to know some people are so caring and scaring!
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