Christmas Projector Light, 16 Exclusive Design Slides 10W IP65 Waterproof Landscape Motion Projector Lights with Remote Control, 32ft Power Cable £22.99 - Sold by RiboEU and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Christmas Projector Light, 16 Exclusive Design Slides 10W IP65 Waterproof Landscape Motion Projector Lights with Remote Control, 32ft Power Cable £22.99 - Sold by RiboEU and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Found 10th Jan
I always look for Xmas decorations in January for the up and coming Xmas lol “don’t judge me “ always wanted the projector one but this one is better cause of the little pictures rather than dots n shapes

Might not be for all 🎅🏻
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I didn’t even see that lol
this looks exactly like the one I bought except mine has less slides (12) and has no rf remote. mine said rated ip44, but looks identical to this.

the only mention of ip65 on mine was the transformer. mine also let in water. were the slides go in there at 2 thumb screws that are to be screwed down which compress a rubber seal. however the water is able to travel under this screw cap and travel down the threads bypassing the rubber seal. it still worked fine, except it steams up on the lense. next year I'm going to try 2 thin rubber washers on this screw cap and see if it helps.

these are good for the money, but not at £20+. mine was available at £10 when I bought, and went down to £6 afterwards. so managed to get a refund of the difference.

anybody know if you can buy the slides separately anywhere?
I will warn you we bought one and sent it back it's so tacky and barley use able the projection of the pictures looks rubbish
Deedie43 m ago

this looks exactly like the one I bought except mine has less slides (12) …this looks exactly like the one I bought except mine has less slides (12) and has no rf remote. mine said rated ip44, but looks identical to this.the only mention of ip65 on mine was the transformer. mine also let in water. were the slides go in there at 2 thumb screws that are to be screwed down which compress a rubber seal. however the water is able to travel under this screw cap and travel down the threads bypassing the rubber seal. it still worked fine, except it steams up on the lense. next year I'm going to try 2 thin rubber washers on this screw cap and see if it helps.these are good for the money, but not at £20+. mine was available at £10 when I bought, and went down to £6 afterwards. so managed to get a refund of the difference.anybody know if you can buy the slides separately anywhere?


A bit of good quality tape (gorilla) over that part might stop water?
col1130 m ago

A bit of good quality tape (gorilla) over that part might stop water?



a rubber washer will sort it. tape is not as convenient for swapping out slides etc.
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