Connect-It Pack Of 3 Remote Control LED Lights, In Store £5 @ Poundland
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Connect-It Pack Of 3 Remote Control LED Lights, In Store £5 @ Poundland

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LocalFound 27th JanEdited by:"louiselouise"
Yes, it's not £1, it's £5. Picture taken in store at the Argyle Street, Glasgow store earlier tonight.

Blurb on the packaging says:
Adhesive Included
High/Low Settings
Remote Control
Battery Operated
Super Bright

2884894.jpgNot seeing many reviews of this online to compare prices/see Feedback, but I'll keep looking
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Adhesive included has tempted me in.
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This store also has Epsom Salts 450g in Eucalyptus and Lavender varieties for £1 (already mentioned by lindus) hotukdeals.com/dea…146
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Edited by: "louiselouise" 27th Jan
Similar ones on Amazon but they are 9.99 for 3 or 12.99 for 4
shotatdawn7 m ago

Similar ones on Amazon but they are 9.99 for 3 or 12.99 for 4



Assuming they're all similar/generic and just have brands slapped on them, here's a few examples of the Amazon offerings:

£9.49 amazon.co.uk/Con…N4W
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Kingavon Wireless Remote Control LED Lights £9.95 amazon.co.uk/Kin…T68
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Edited by: "louiselouise" 27th Jan
Adhesive included has tempted me in.
Very good light sets for the price, set up 6 in my kitchen works from same remote so have a spare, similar set for 6 in b&m is £19.99
freddie_swallow33 m ago

Very good light sets for the price, set up 6 in my kitchen works from same …Very good light sets for the price, set up 6 in my kitchen works from same remote so have a spare, similar set for 6 in b&m is £19.99



Hey freddie_swallow, how long do batteries last (obviously dependent on how long they're on)? Suppose you could use them with Ni-MH rechargeables.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 28th Jan
Got the Poundland about a week ago, the same ones as Amazon. These are ok. But the remote control has to be directed towards each light when operated. Also, used one in the second bathroom, occasional use, batteries lasted a week. Good I have rechargeable.
Battery operated lights in anything but a very occassional use area (Loft, shed, etc.) are a very bad idea. Even if the batteries were free would you want to be changing them all the time? Yet more waste plastic in most cases I suspect.
i have a couple of sets for the loft and they are good... you do need direct line to switch them on, but theyre very good and well worth the £5er. take 3 x AAA per light unit.
FTOdude17053 m ago

i have a couple of sets for the loft and they are good... you do need …i have a couple of sets for the loft and they are good... you do need direct line to switch them on, but theyre very good and well worth the £5er. take 3 x AAA per light unit.


That's a shame, I'm with Aviva.
Do they turn off after a set time like other battery operated lights? If not you'll be constantly finding dead batteries in them. IKEA do some simple ones with a motion detector for on and auto switch off after a few minutes. Ideal for cupboards, lofts, sheds, etc and only a fiver or so for a pack of two (possibly with batteries included?).
pretty dope....
Stillahibby11 h, 58 m ago

That's a shame, I'm with Aviva.


Do you think they'd work with
Hastings Direct?
For a technical review from Big Clive see this link youtube.com/wat…MfQ
Jason_ODonnell12 m ago

For a technical review from Big Clive see this link …For a technical review from Big Clive see this link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PYPk-60-MfQ



Big fan of Clive, will watch it later
Got some couple of days ago for the shed great for 5 pounds
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