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BLOOMA LICINA 42W MAINS POWERED WALL LIGHT WITH PIR £16.00 @ B&Q - free C&C
BLOOMA LICINA 42W MAINS POWERED WALL LIGHT WITH PIR £16.00 @ B&Q - free C&C

BLOOMA LICINA 42W MAINS POWERED WALL LIGHT WITH PIR £16.00 @ B&Q - free C&C

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This Licina external spot light features two lamp heads, perfect for illuminating multiple areas of your driveway or garden.

It has 180° detection angle with an operating range of 12m
Recommended for external use
Features and Benefits

Motion detection mode at dusk, can be adjusted
The adjustable motion timer allows for illumination to last between 5 seconds and 5 minutes
Dimmable courtesy light mode
IP44: Splash proof

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Ip44, only really suitable under cover, as not rainproof

I've got one similar at the front of the house' it's not covered and has been rained on' snowed on and even the birds have sh** on it and so far so good' still works a treat 2 years on.

Heat added.

42W so no LED?

I bothered to check the specs and yeah it's halogen.
Not voting either way but I'd stick to LED these days

BraddersJ

42W so no LED?


halogen

uses G9 halogens which are always blowing in my lounge light. Maybe replace with Led G9's but when you can get this IP65 50 watt LED why bother? m.ebay.co.uk/itm…460

Banned

As above, house I bought had ip44 exterior lights that were half full of water.

If you are illuminating a front or back-door to come in & out of etc then this will be fine. If your looking for a larger area or to scare away prowlers, then I wouldn't bother. Your looking at 200 lux for each light.

A 10w LED floodlight will put out 600 - 800 lux (depending on where you get it from).

Bought this many many year's ago from B&Q (prob nearing 10 years) and put on back of house. Still works fine and no water ingress problems. Paint faded a bit now. Yes halogen bulbs tended to blow occasionally during winter months. Swapped with G9 LED bulbs and now they last for years. Will get this only because mine looks a bit tired now.

Got two of these for our house renovation to light around bifolds and between a couple of sets of French doors. . They look good, and will match our grey cladding nicely.
I'm sorry but don't think they can be compared to the LED one linked above - those are so ugly and look like they belong on an industrial estate not a residential property.
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