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Halogen Floodlight with Motion Sensor £5.99 @ Lidl
Halogen Floodlight with Motion Sensor   £5.99  @ Lidl

Halogen Floodlight with Motion Sensor £5.99 @ Lidl

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* Sensor detection angle: 200°
* Max. sensor range (m): 12
* 150 watt
* Rotatable motion sensor 190° horizontal, 90° vertical
* Adjustable sensor range
* Adjustable light duration: 5 secs up to 12 mins
* Weatherproof in accordance with IP44
* Includes 1 x 150 watt light bulb and mounting bracket
* Price per item

27 Comments

Original Poster

http://www.lidl.co.uk/C1256C790050C7BC/images/GB.09_33131/$file/09_33131_b.jpg

is this a current deal or is it starting next week?

Original Poster

agentjont;6257364

is this a current deal or is it starting next week?




STARTS: 14/09/2009

Starts: 14/09/2009 ^^^

brill ta!

these lights are rubbish - you need one which directs light downward....you should also check the new regulations as well as im sure you install this itll light up the neighbouhood...nice for your neighbours!
people who buy these types of light are just selfish

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royals;6257832

these are better




Maybe, but 3 x the price, 2 x the power and 'out of stock'!

royals;6257832

these lights are rubbish - you need one which directs light … these lights are rubbish - you need one which directs light downward....you should also check the new regulations as well as im sure you install this itll light up the neighbouhood...nice for your neighbours!people who buy these types of light are just selfishthese are better]http://www.diy.com/diy/jsp/bq/nav.jsp?action=detail&fh_secondid=10006668&fh_view_size=150&fh_start_index=10&fh_eds=%3f&fh_location=%2f%2fcatalog01%2fen_GB%2fcategories%3c%7b9372112%7d%2fspecificationsProductType%3dsecurity_lights&fh_search=light+downward&fh_refview=search&ts=1252593047244&isSearch=false



I may be missing something but dont these floodlights come mounted on a bracket which allows you to adjust the angle so the light is directed downwards?. Surley just a matter of setting them up correctly

royals;6257832

these lights are rubbish - you need one which directs light … these lights are rubbish - you need one which directs light downward....you should also check the new regulations as well as im sure you install this itll light up the neighbouhood...nice for your neighbours!people who buy these types of light are just selfish



I have a neighbour just like that....where can I find "light polution " regulations...ta :thumbsup:

Don't forget to have it pointing towards the house not away from it. You want to light up the villains trying to break in not your back gate!

how easy are these to wire to the electrics, dose it come with cable?

Have one or two similar to this on my house .. guess a couple more couldn't hurt ! Shouldn't be a problem for the neighbors .. as i have no neighbors ! lol

I hate these bloody things LOL. I have a property behind mine with one of these mounted half way up the side of his house shining directly into my dining room.... and a guy over the road has one, you guessed it, mounted under a bedroom window, shining directly into my living room. Both of them need to be angled down. I have asked nicely but whilst both promised to 'get round to it', they never have.


Anyway, HOT deal - good price - but if you buy one, PLEASE mount it sensibly :thumbsup:

Goopster;6260557

I hate these bloody things LOL. I have a property behind mine with one of … I hate these bloody things LOL. I have a property behind mine with one of these mounted half way up the side of his house shining directly into my dining room.... and a guy over the road has one, you guessed it, mounted under a bedroom window, shining directly into my living room. Both of them need to be angled down. I have asked nicely but whilst both promised to 'get round to it', they never have. Anyway, HOT deal - good price - but if you buy one, PLEASE mount it sensibly :thumbsup:



You need to worry about where they're pointing the telescope! :whistling: Mounted like this they're not just a nuisance they're useless from a security point of view.

Dave-T;6258945

Don't forget to have it pointing towards the house not away from it. You … Don't forget to have it pointing towards the house not away from it. You want to light up the villains trying to break in not your back gate!



And how do you mount it pointing towards your house? Stick it on a garden fence?

Stick it on the neighbours house so it lights up yours lol

Goopster;6260557

I hate these bloody things LOL. I have a property behind mine with one of … I hate these bloody things LOL. I have a property behind mine with one of these mounted half way up the side of his house shining directly into my dining room.... and a guy over the road has one, you guessed it, mounted under a bedroom window, shining directly into my living room. Both of them need to be angled down. I have asked nicely but whilst both promised to 'get round to it', they never have.



Ow .. sounds like a 24/7 disco in your house, just need a disco ball and you ready to go

If you have problems with neighbours re light pollution, complain to your council, they should have a dedicated team to sort these problems out:thumbsup:

This one thing annoyed me when peoples do not know how to fix this flood lights, when they do it by them self. Then why bother and disturbing others by pointing at other direction.

midiman;6258058

I may be missing something but dont these floodlights come mounted on a … I may be missing something but dont these floodlights come mounted on a bracket which allows you to adjust the angle so the light is directed downwards?. Surley just a matter of setting them up correctly




Indeed they can; they can also be set to beam directly into your neighbour's window. :-D

The 1 i need to replace doesn't have the sensor on it just a switch inside the house. Can you use this without the sensor or have both?

good deal heat added, just point the light down and not the neighbours,

The spec is for a 150W lamp (bulb), which is scarcely adequate for proper security illumination in most places. A 300W or 500W would be more appropriate but do not consider uprating the lamp in this Lidl product without checking the max rating it will carry, which is almost certainly 150W.

B&Q has packs of two replacement lamp bulbs in 150, 300 and 500W ratings for this type of light and I have found them as good as any. They are usually in the '£1' bins but are currently on offer at 50p - good value.

dsm2512;6261440

If you have problems with neighbours re light pollution, complain to your … If you have problems with neighbours re light pollution, complain to your council, they should have a dedicated team to sort these problems out:thumbsup:




You have to be careful when complaining about neighbours. If you move house you have to declare it which could devalue your property.

I'm sure i paid just under £15 for mine from wickes (150w). Has a really good build, PIR cap which can be used to set the trigger angle, red flashing LED and really easy to fit.

There £8.50 at homebase and also 150 watt is more than enought to light a small garden say 20-30' and it saves a hell of a lot on electricity over a 500 watter!

Gavin01;6266397

There £8.50 at homebase and also 150 watt is more than enought to light a … There £8.50 at homebase and also 150 watt is more than enought to light a small garden say 20-30' and it saves a hell of a lot on electricity over a 500 watter!



If the lamp is illuminated for only 30 secs or so (as intended if used for security, on timer), the cost of electricity is trivial regardless of wattage but the extra light and deterrent factor of a lamp of more than 150W may be significant.
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