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Sunforce 1500 Lumen LED Triple Head Solar Motion Activated Security Light £28.78 Costco Instore price
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Sunforce 1500 Lumen LED Triple Head Solar Motion Activated Security Light £28.78 Costco Instore price

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Posted 17th FebAvailable: National

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Powered by the sun, the Sunforce LED Solar Motion Activated Security Light comes with the latest in LED technology and produces a stunning 1500 lumens for maximum lighting coverage. It is equipped with adjustable lamp heads and a dynamic motion sensor that activates within a 180 degree range and up to 30ft of detection distance. This light is the ideal choice for whenever and wherever you need it.

Features:

No plugs needed!
100 super bright LEDs
Ideal for lighting up driveways, patios, garages, backyards, sheds, and more
3 Adjustable Lamp Heads
Adjustable Motion Sensor and Settings
Amorphous solar panel technology that charges in all daylight conditions
Patent pending mounting bracket for easy installation
Fully weather-resistant light and solar panel
Brightness: 1500 Lumens
Detection Range: 180 degrees
Detection Distance: 9.1 m (30 ft)
Power Supply: Solar
Light Weight: 0.6kg
Light Dimensions: H 16 x W 32.5 x D 11.3 cm
Solar Panel Weight: 0.4kg
Solar Panel Dimensions: H 19.8 x W 19.2 x D 5 cm
Includes:

Solar Panel with 4.5m (15ft) of wire
3 x AA Rechargeable Batteries
Mounting Hardware
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16 Comments
Seen to be £5 more at Costco online.

Claim to be "fully weather resistant" but I can't find an IP rating in the specs.

They come with 3x AA niMH batteries pre-installed which appear to be user replacable which is a plus in my book.
Edited by: "Savaholic" 17th Feb
Does the UK get sun!?
I have 2 of these. Very good in my book. One to light up my patio and another for side alley way without having to mess about with mains electric. The cable between the solar panel and the actual light is 4.5 meters so you can either just coil it up behind the light, or do what i do and put the light in the area you want lit and the solar panel in an area where it gets more sun to charge it.
These seem well made and have no problem in the heavy rains.
Thanks OP, i'm tempted to get another now.
Edited by: "NewForestMonkeyBrains" 17th Feb
Savaholic17/02/2020 07:18

Seen to be £5 more at Costco online. Claim to be "fully weather resistant" …Seen to be £5 more at Costco online. Claim to be "fully weather resistant" but I can't find an IP rating in the specs.They come with 3x AA niMH batteries pre-installed which appear to be user replacable which is a plus in my book.


Had mine for a year and it withstands the UK weather fine. The batteries are user replaceable
Savaholic17/02/2020 07:18

Seen to be £5 more at Costco online. Claim to be "fully weather resistant" …Seen to be £5 more at Costco online. Claim to be "fully weather resistant" but I can't find an IP rating in the specs.They come with 3x AA niMH batteries pre-installed which appear to be user replacable which is a plus in my book.


"fully weather resistant" offers no more guarantee of water resistance than a cardboard box. Being Costco it's probably much better than that. You are right to highlight the lack of an IP rating.
1500 lumens is the approximant equivalent of a 100 watt bulb.
I believe this is a link to the manual. sunforceproducts.com/wp-…pdf
Edited by: "jdbigguy" 17th Feb
Do they get enough light in winter that they work at night?
1walkersteven17/02/2020 08:18

Do they get enough light in winter that they work at night?



just about enough but nowhere near as muc as the summer months
1walkersteven17/02/2020 08:18

Do they get enough light in winter that they work at night?


I've had 2 (not these ones) solar motion sensor lights installed to the side of my house, with the solar panels wired to the back of the house which is South facing. In summer, it was enough to lit the side of the house, but winter is literally useless, so ended up to get an electrician in to wire up a permanent light properly, worth every penny and now consistently have a very well lit side alley to push our bins out.

I guess if you don't want the fuss or the expense to get it wired properly, these are ok, but quite a false economy in my experience as during winter, when I need it most, it hardly had enough light.
Its £34.99 on the website
I had these before and they were pants. . . It was the old version however j have up on these things and have the smaller stick on version which are loads better
Is this the instore price?
The price suggested seems great, but the link takes you to a higher price. People are asking how to get it for this price and get no answer.
It will be good the description to mention this rather than posting it just like that.
It shows deal starts today, but even when added to the cart is still more expensive.

How did the OP found it at this price? Is it in store only? Do you use a voucher? Is this expired? Can't get it how the mods keep changing titles and descriptions knocking good deals and this allowed this without questioning.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 17th Feb
39930132-oiTIo.jpgThe price is correct. Here is a copy of the IN-STORE price, as advertised.
and again from my side. they are very good and provide a good amount of light. You could buy one, try it out by just holding it, where you want it to see if its okay. If not, just take it back.
sheffield78817/02/2020 11:58

The price suggested seems great, but the link takes you to a higher price. …The price suggested seems great, but the link takes you to a higher price. People are asking how to get it for this price and get no answer.It will be good the description to mention this rather than posting it just like that.It shows deal starts today, but even when added to the cart is still more expensive.How did the OP found it at this price? Is it in store only? Do you use a voucher? Is this expired? Can't get it how the mods keep changing titles and descriptions knocking good deals and this allowed this without questioning.


Sorry its been a busy day just catching up on things now.
It's the Instore offer price. no voucher needed was in the email-booklet I recieved yesterday (I think)

A good friend of mine has 3 of these installed. Oldest one has been out in the rainy northern weather for 3 years with no faults to any of them. Its why I've gone for two units and thought I'd give my fellow HUDKrs a heads - up.
Edited by: "Savaholic" 18th Feb
We have had one of these for around six months on a south facing wall, it has been working fine even in the winter months. Darling husband for some reason decided to open the bedroom curtains a couple of nights ago and I woke up every time the cat decided to go in and out. (mad). Even though we are in the South, we have been having horrible rainy weather too so impressed with these lights.
I've got the previous version, it's been up 2 winters now so will be approaching 2 years old, even in the middle of winter it still gives us a decent light and we're in North Scotland!
Planning to pick up another one to replace a wired LED security light that's failed.
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