LAP IQ-NALP-180-150-E-D-GR PIR Hi-Lo Floodlight Graphite 230V 120W 2250Lm £4.00 @ Screwfix Free click and collect
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LAP IQ-NALP-180-150-E-D-GR PIR Hi-Lo Floodlight Graphite 230V 120W 2250Lm £4.00 @ Screwfix Free click and collect

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Found 22nd Dec 2014
This is a bargain for pir floodlight.

Sensor controlled security floodlight. Aluminium and plastic.
IP44
Adjustable Pan & Tilt
Dimmed Courtesy Light Mode
Lux Control
Model No: IQ-NALP180-150-D-GR-D-E
Max. 120W
Automatic Switch-Off
12m Detection Range
Easy-Fit Wall Plate

Product contents:
Luminaire, 1 x 120W R7S tungsten halogen lamp, 2 x wall plugs and 2 x wall fixing screws.Specifications:
230V. W x D x H: 135 x 145 x 265mm. R7S lamp included. Viewing distance: 12m. Max. fusing: 5A. Fixings supplied. This luminaire is compatible with bulbs of the energy class: C and D. It is sold with a bulb of the energy class C.

23 Comments

I bought one of these when they did them for £8 and thought that was an absolute bargain, this is an exceptional deal and I might buy another one just because I can! Light itself is very good, compact unit and much better looking than the standard cheap security lights.

Perfect! I need a few of these... reserved for collection! Thanks tazul1988

Cheap ok but expensive to run as not low energy bulbs.

Don't know to get these or LED ones

This would need to be on for ~8 hours to consume 1kwh (1 unit). Depending on your electricity tariff, that would be around 14p. Not really expensive, and it won't be on for anywhere near that time per day

great deal ordered 2.... thanks for the heads up

Ordered 3

Thanks ordered 2

Took the punt and ordered 2 at £4 each seems a bargain

Anyone know cheapest replacement bulbs for these

Bought them Thanks

don't forget topcashback or quidco ..

Ordered - thanks

ashtad

Don't know to get these or LED ones



I'm getting 2 of these to give my Dad decent light when reversing out of his drive at night. Ever since the council installed LED street lights you can't see a thing!

Timmy01

This would need to be on for ~8 hours to consume 1kwh (1 unit). Depending … This would need to be on for ~8 hours to consume 1kwh (1 unit). Depending on your electricity tariff, that would be around 14p. Not really expensive, and it won't be on for anywhere near that time per day



its a fair amount over a year tho. even if it 5p a day it tots up over the year and when you consider the bulbs are expensive and dont last as long as the energy efficient ones this does seem such a good long term choice.

wassap

its a fair amount over a year tho. even if it 5p a day it tots up over … its a fair amount over a year tho. even if it 5p a day it tots up over the year and when you consider the bulbs are expensive and dont last as long as the energy efficient ones this does seem such a good long term choice.



But its not going to be 5p per day given it would need to be on 2.5 hours per night for that to be charged based on the 14p figure above unless you have a very busy area you are lighting. Also LED flood lights are more expensive to start with and I haven't found the traditional halogen bulbs to be that unreliable. That's before we go near whether LED lights are as good as traditional bulbs.

Cracking deal none in Belfast stores had to nip upto Lisburn, bought 3, Great Christmas pressie for me, Oh and got a couple of single plug sockets for 52p each whilst there.

gtd65

R7S could be replaced with an LED variant like this:R7S 5W 24 LEDs 5050 … R7S could be replaced with an LED variant like this:R7S 5W 24 LEDs 5050 SMD Corn Bulb Light replacement Flood Light Bulb Lamp 78mmBut I've no idea if the quality or performance would be anything like the halogen bulb.

good find might have to give one of these bulbs ago

None in stock round my way in SE Scotland...

Tried stock in Manchester none coming up at all in 7 mile radius

none available in yorkshire
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