LAP APOLLO LED DECK LIGHT KIT POLISHED STAINLESS STEEL BLUE 0.05W 10 PACK £14.99 @ Screwfix (C&C)
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LAP APOLLO LED DECK LIGHT KIT POLISHED STAINLESS STEEL BLUE 0.05W 10 PACK £14.99 @ Screwfix (C&C)

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Found 8th Mar
Seems to be a good price for these. Next best price I can find is £24.99.

Metal and acrylic construction deck lights with polished stainless steel finish and blue LEDs.

  • IP67
  • Fixed
  • Non-Dimmable
  • Max. Wattage: 0.05W
  • Polished Stainless Steel Blue
  • Model No: 36094
  • 1 Year Guarantee
  • 10 LED Pack
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dealerxxx9 h, 0 m ago

I've always seen at houses but never thought of getting. Thanks but no …I've always seen at houses but never thought of getting. Thanks but no thanks heat added


Thanks for brilliant input.
I put them in look great


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Ordered 2 sets of the white at £20. Thanks.
What's the power supply for this?
steve_b211 h, 37 m ago

Ordered 2 sets of the white at £20. Thanks.


How did you get 2 setts for £20 ?
£ 20 each sett ?
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snappyfish22 m ago

What's the power supply for this?


Adjustable: Fixed
Brand: LAP
Cable Length: 15 m
Colour: Polished Stainless Steel Blue
Construction Material (Lighting): Stainless Steel & Plastic
Dimmable: Non-Dimmable
Fixings: Supplied
IP Rating: IP67
Lamp Type: LED
Manufacturer Guarantee: 1 Year Guarantee
Max: Wattage 0.05 W
Model Name: Apollo
Model No: 36094
Pack Size: 10
Parent Colour: Silver
Pieces in Pack/Case: 10
Power Consumption: 0.05 W
Power Output (Watts/Kw) 0.05 W
Power Voltage Supply: 240 V
Product Depth: 10 mm
Product Type: LED Deck Light Kit
Product Width: 30 mm
Total Product Weight: 1.354 kg
shug1198 h, 11 m ago

How did you get 2 setts for £20 ? £ 20 each sett ?


Yeh, was 2x£20 :-)
If decking lights are your thing, I saw this kit reduced by 70% when looking for something else.

Another kit here - not quite such a good reduction, but close.
screwfix.com/p/l…392
I've always seen at houses but never thought of getting. Thanks but no thanks heat added
I don't even have decking.
Want them but would need outdoor power and don't fancy having to pay to install it.
Just want some solar lights for garden..any deals around???
Does anyone know if you can join the two set so they work off one socket?
Does anyone know if you can join two sets together so that they work off one plug?
arronc41 m ago

Does anyone know if you can join two sets together so that they work off …Does anyone know if you can join two sets together so that they work off one plug?


Yeahhhhhhhh
dealerxxx9 h, 0 m ago

I've always seen at houses but never thought of getting. Thanks but no …I've always seen at houses but never thought of getting. Thanks but no thanks heat added


Thanks for brilliant input.
peterkay1127th Mar

Yeahhhhhhhh


Was a genuine question my understanding is there are sets that can be connected to extend the length for big gardens etc
Any idea if you could use these in your kickboards in the kitchen?
I put them in look great


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efc18881 h, 13 m ago

Any idea if you could use these in your kickboards in the kitchen?


Yes you can see my picture
Can I ask how they fix ?
Cheap! Went for a couple of packs in white. Have no idea what I will use them for, but had some PayPal burning holes in my pocket.

Thanks!
Heated for the saving versus the nearest comparable product, but surely these are going to look mega chavvy unless you have a Huf Haus or ultra modern mansion somewhere swanky?

There's a £750k house near us (that's a lot in Scotland) with similar in white and it looks great as they've landscaped the living daylights out their garden. If we put them in the garden they'd just show up the weeds!
zeekillah2 h, 9 m ago

I put them in look great [Image]


good grafting fair one
efc18883 h, 40 m ago

Any idea if you could use these in your kickboards in the kitchen?


These are very easy to fit. Just need to drill suitable holes in what you want to mount them in and run the cables behind/underneath. I have 2 sets fitted in my decking and they work well. The individual cables than run to each light are really long so each light can be well spread out away from its neighbouring light making these easier to fit.
Might pick up a couple of white ones for my bathroom. Heat added
ghow0071 h, 59 m ago

These are very easy to fit. Just need to drill suitable holes in what you …These are very easy to fit. Just need to drill suitable holes in what you want to mount them in and run the cables behind/underneath. I have 2 sets fitted in my decking and they work well. The individual cables than run to each light are really long so each light can be well spread out away from its neighbouring light making these easier to fit.Might pick up a couple of white ones for my bathroom. Heat added


For the bathroom?
You can use them in the bathroom?
What bulbs do they use, G10s?
Edited by: "1616french" 27th Mar
How would you power these lights if your decking is the garden away form the house
Got a set in the kitchen kick boards and also in the garden in old railway sleepers. Look OK.
Looks like my Saxton set that i have in my decking , Which came with an outside transformer .

Mine is a Fused Spur inside conservatory -> Outside Photocell -> Then a Series of 2.5 ( which powers the 240v spot lights in the border ) and at the end of the series if a IP67 transformer which connects to my decking lights.
Wacky12313 h, 30 m ago

How would you power these lights if your decking is the garden away form …How would you power these lights if your decking is the garden away form the house



Armored cable at a suitable depth , i would recommend a indoor spur ( so you can turn off if needed ) and a photocell to turn them on automatically . If you dont want to use a photocell you can get a Spur with a built in timer.
mrluke4 h, 12 m ago

Armored cable at a suitable depth , i would recommend a indoor spur ( so …Armored cable at a suitable depth , i would recommend a indoor spur ( so you can turn off if needed ) and a photocell to turn them on automatically . If you dont want to use a photocell you can get a Spur with a built in timer.


Please could you post sample product links for the above recommended products...spur with timer and photocell?? Thanks
Cannot change the bulbs on these though.
Kevlar.Engineer2 h, 37 m ago

Please could you post sample product links for the above recommended …Please could you post sample product links for the above recommended products...spur with timer and photocell?? Thanks



I use the following

amazon.co.uk/LAP…LWE
1616french27th Mar

For the bathroom?You can use them in the bathroom?What bulbs do they use, …For the bathroom?You can use them in the bathroom?What bulbs do they use, G10s?


Yep you can use them in the bathroom or pretty much wherever you like. Got a feeling the transformer might be ip67 rated too, good to leave outside, although it obviously need to be plugged into a waterproof or indoor socket. They have small LED bulbs built into each light which is a sealed unit so not replaceable, but all being fine you should get many many years of use. My garden ones are still going strong.
ghow00734 m ago

Yep you can use them in the bathroom or pretty much wherever you like. Got …Yep you can use them in the bathroom or pretty much wherever you like. Got a feeling the transformer might be ip67 rated too, good to leave outside, although it obviously need to be plugged into a waterproof or indoor socket. They have small LED bulbs built into each light which is a sealed unit so not replaceable, but all being fine you should get many many years of use. My garden ones are still going strong.


Sounds good but I'd sooner buy something where I can replace bulbs if needed.
Thanks anyway
1616french21 h, 17 m ago

Sounds good but I'd sooner buy something where I can replace bulbs if …Sounds good but I'd sooner buy something where I can replace bulbs if needed.Thanks anyway



You replace the the cable with its short plug in cable with same , easy if accessible.
In last house had blue ones bought a load of in B@Q for about 10 for a £5, had them in kick-boards in kitchen ceilings in living room , hall landing bathroom and bedroom, utter bonkers but in 5 years didn't have one fail..
Just checked these out and there different in that they didn't have a connector block they just linked one to another with a final one with a blank stub and was easy to add more and stated up to 20 lights the transformer was able to power.
Edited by: "morrig" 30th Mar
shug1198th Mar

How did you get 2 setts for £20 ? £ 20 each sett ?


What’s a badger gotta do with anything?
I hope you’re posting this on every thread on this site
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