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A smart ceiling light here, made for either the kitchen or bathroom, as it is IP54 waterproof. Compatible with Alexa and Google Home Assistant, you can just ask either one to turn the light on and off, or dim it, or even change the colour.

Yours for £33.99 including delivery.



Lepro Smart LED Ceiling Light 15W 1250lm, App or Voice Control, White and Colour Ambiance, IP54 Waterproof, Compatible with Alexa and Google Home, No Hub Required (2.4GHz WiFi, RGB 2700K - 6500K)

App or Voice Control: "Lepro LampUX" or “Smart Life” app allows you to control your lights on your fingertips, whenever and wherever you are in the world. ②Works with Amazon Alexa (echo, dot and more) and Google Assistant (home, mini and more), allows you to control your light hands free with simple voice commands.

White and Colour Ambiance: Create different atmospheres with over 16 million colours, different tones of white light (2700K to 6500K), fully dimmable via app or voice.

Schedule On/Off: Set up lighting routines to suit your modern lifestyle and automate your lights - automatically turn on or off at pre-set times.

IP54 Water Resistance: Designed with IP54 rating - protects against splashing water, which is suitable for zones 1, 2 and 3. Commonly used in bathroom, kitchen, home office, bedroom, hallway and more.

Easy to Install & Setup: Just push the slide lock to install this flush ceiling light, connect it to your Wi-Fi network, and then you are ready to go. No hub required.


Specifications
  • Brand ‎Lepro
  • Manufacturer ‎LE
  • Product Dimensions ‎22 x 22 x 4.8 cm; 580 Grams
  • Item model number ‎901503-EU
  • Part Number ‎901503-EU
  • Area Lighting Classification ‎IP54
  • Assembled Diameter ‎22 centimetres
  • Number of Items ‎1
  • Style ‎Modern
  • Colour ‎Rgb + White (2700k-6500k)
  • Material ‎Plastic
  • Finish types ‎Brushed
  • Number of Lights ‎1
  • Included Components ‎✔ Smart ceiling light<br>✔ Screws, wall plugs and anti-vibration pads<br>✔ a user manual
  • Voltage ‎240 Volts
  • Specific Uses ‎▶ Bathroom<br>▶ Kitchen<br>▶ Kid's Room<br>▶ Bedroom<br>▶ Games Room<br>▶ Dinning Room<br>▶ Utility room<br>▶ Outside Porch<br>▶ Basement<br>▶ Hallway<br>▶ Balcony
  • Special features ‎Colour Changing
  • Shade Colour ‎White
  • Shade Material ‎Plastic
  • Light Direction ‎Downlight
  • Power and Plug Description: ‎Corded-electric
  • Switch Installation Type ‎Ceiling
  • Batteries included? ‎No
  • Batteries Required? ‎No
  • Type of Bulb ‎LED
  • Luminous Flux ‎1250 Lumen
  • Wattage ‎15 watts
  • Wattage ‎15 Watts
  • Incandescent Equivalent ‎100 Watts
  • Colour Temperature ‎3000 Kelvin
  • Colour Rendering Index (CRI) ‎85.00
  • Average Life ‎15000 Hours
  • Item Weight ‎580 g

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  1. Avatar
    These look great, I've got some side table lamps and I would love some colour changeable ceiling lights.
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    flaming.h24/01/2022 13:41

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B09L4P5PYB?smid=A36WZYTHW9099D&tag=pepperugc03-21&ascsubtag=2301178560 different style but brighter and cheaper ?


    I'd also say that the one you suggest would be a lot easier to fit as a replacement, in a standard UK plasterboard ceiling. With yours - you remove the shade and mount the fitting to the ceiling and wire it in place. Then replace the shade. With the clip-in ones - you have to hold the ladder with one hand, the fitting with the other depress the wiring clamps with the third and push the wires in with the fourth. The wires being flexible fly leads going back to the waygos, or whatever, on the fixed solid core wiring. It's a bit of a difficult balancing act, unless you have someone up there, giving you a hand (or two).

    These are arguably safer though - the LEDs can't be touched when powered up. The LEDs in yours may be at mains voltage or close to it and are exposed when the shade is removed. You can't rely on their "L" "N" marking and need to check.
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    Spare a though for what you'll see when you remove the existing fitting, to replace it with one of these. Probably just a hole in the plaster board, next to a beam, with wires coming out. You have to wire this fitting up, before you clip it into place. So, up a ladder, you will be holding the fitting, whilst trying to wire it up. Look where the wires come out on the fitting. It isn't as quick and easy as it says. A bit of a sod to do, actually. The fittings that you can screw to the ceiling before wiring them up tend to be a lot easier to manage..

    I can't remember if I have actually seen this make and model - but many in this style can't be opened to change or repair the driver module. It's often just the capacitor that fails - a few pence. Instead, the whole fitting has to be replaced. Madness.
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    Are these any good I was thinking of changing the bathroom one
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    These look like ones you have to throw the entire fitting away when the bulb goes, is that right?
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    I have 2 of these. Had them for 1.5yrs or so. No issues so far. Easy to fit over existing fitting. They are Led so should have a long life.
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    I got a very similar one for my living room, got fed up with smashing up my normal light when playing VR. Wish I had done it sooner.
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    Can recommend these had mine about 3 month once everything is linked up they are great
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    Can you turn these on with a normal light switch / pull switch as well as the app / smart devices? Or is it all done via phone / alexa etc
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    They look just like the ones in pubic lavs.
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    Edited by: "kudos1uk" 24th Jan
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    Grrrrrrrrrrr24/01/2022 14:32

    Spare a though for what you'll see when you remove the existing fitting, …Spare a though for what you'll see when you remove the existing fitting, to replace it with one of these. Probably just a hole in the plaster board, next to a beam, with wires coming out. You have to wire this fitting up, before you clip it into place. So, up a ladder, you will be holding the fitting, whilst trying to wire it up. Look where the wires come out on the fitting. It isn't as quick and easy as it says. A bit of a sod to do, actually. The fittings that you can screw to the ceiling before wiring them up tend to be a lot easier to manage..I can't remember if I have actually seen this make and model - but many in this style can't be opened to change or repair the driver module. It's often just the capacitor that fails - a few pence. Instead, the whole fitting has to be replaced. Madness.



    Yeah the old light fitting will need to come down including the junction box/rose. So the L, N, Loop & E will need to go into something like a wago usually a 3/4 way. Then just take your L, N & E for the new fitting.

    If your a DIY’er, wagos are expensive for a single use item.

    For something like this I’d always use a wago, they’re classed as a solid connection so once fitted it’s maintenance free

    I like that this can go warm white, it in your living room or bedrooms etc Cool white is too artificial. I keep it to kitchen & bathrooms really.
    Edited by: "Deadpool2" 24th Jan
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    Tempted, also a similar one for £37.99 at 2400LM if you need need a brighter one.
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    kudos1uk24/01/2022 20:26

    They look just like the ones in pubic lavs. [Image]


    Strange hobby
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    Would be nice if they had a built in speaker, set the colour and ask alexa to play your favorite album whilst in the bath.
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    Pondlife24/01/2022 17:49

    These look like ones you have to throw the entire fitting away when the …These look like ones you have to throw the entire fitting away when the bulb goes, is that right?


    The individual LED chips are typically wired in chains so, if a a single chip fails, you lose the chain. It can be possible to replace individual LED chips. It's normally easy to identify which has failed - they typically fail open circuit and at that moment get 100v+ across the micro-millimetre gap in the chip. So that arcs across and burns out - leaving a black spot in the chip. With the ones that have the shade glued/welded to the rest of the fitting (which this one may be - I don't have one to inspect) - yes, it's usually scrap the whole fitting. If you are really keen and good with your hands - you may be able to neatly cut it open.

    The LEDs are invariable surface mount - so a hot air tool is probably the easiest way to remove it. Lots of zero residue flux will help hot air soldering the replacement chip in place.

    The learning curve when it comes to soldering/desoldering surface mount stuff is a bit steep - but, hey, it's going in the bin, otherwise. Worth a try...

    If you have several fittings all identical - say if you have a really big room to light - it's worth buying one or more spare fittings. Otherwise, you quite possibly won't be able to get an exact replacement when you need one - and end up having to change all of them, when one fails. Unless you buy a much more expensive fitting - from a reputable lighting manufacturer, which is likely to stock them for years - these cheap imports don't tend to be available for long.
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    its a plastic bowl with a led strip glued on the inside of it.
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    Anyone see one of these lights with a bit of a bigger bracket? I've got 2 ready made holes about 8.3mm apart and need a bathroom light to go over the top
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    chris8824/01/2022 20:38

    Tempted, also a similar one for £37.99 at 2400LM if you need need a …Tempted, also a similar one for £37.99 at 2400LM if you need need a brighter one.


    Looks good
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    ukmonkey24/01/2022 22:39

    Looks good


    The light I linked only has warm white on the front though while this one in the deal has different ranges of white. For anyone like myself that prefers natural/cool white.
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    Grrrrrrrrrrr24/01/2022 14:32

    Spare a though for what you'll see when you remove the existing fitting, …Spare a though for what you'll see when you remove the existing fitting, to replace it with one of these. Probably just a hole in the plaster board, next to a beam, with wires coming out. You have to wire this fitting up, before you clip it into place. So, up a ladder, you will be holding the fitting, whilst trying to wire it up. Look where the wires come out on the fitting. It isn't as quick and easy as it says. A bit of a sod to do, actually. The fittings that you can screw to the ceiling before wiring them up tend to be a lot easier to manage..I can't remember if I have actually seen this make and model - but many in this style can't be opened to change or repair the driver module. It's often just the capacitor that fails - a few pence. Instead, the whole fitting has to be replaced. Madness.


    I bought 2 of these and they're really good, super bright, thought I'd need to wire them up too but there's 2 bits, ones a bracket which you can easily put the wires into the clips and screw in, then the light itself just twists into that. Was super easy and decent quality.

    I have mine to come on bright during the day, with a real hue from the back lighting, then a warmer white in evening, then at night it comes on with just the backlighting in red at 1% brightness so doesn't hurt your eyes when up in the night. Love it
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    P-A1XAKS25/01/2022 07:35

    I bought 2 of these and they're really good, super bright, thought I'd …I bought 2 of these and they're really good, super bright, thought I'd need to wire them up too but there's 2 bits, ones a bracket which you can easily put the wires into the clips and screw in, then the light itself just twists into that. Was super easy and decent quality.I have mine to come on bright during the day, with a real hue from the back lighting, then a warmer white in evening, then at night it comes on with just the backlighting in red at 1% brightness so doesn't hurt your eyes when up in the night. Love it


    The pictures show a simple metal bracket (no connectors) to screw to the ceiling plus the fitting itself with the connector on the back. Now if the bracket has the fixed wiring connection - that makes things a lot easier. Also, if it makes it possible to actually get at the LEDS non-destructively - that's a big plus too, in my book. I might just get some. At the moment, we switch over from the ceiling lights to the wall "candle" lights in the evening. A plus side of your running the main lights at low levels is that the LEDs should last forever that way. It's temperature that tends to kill them.
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    Grrrrrrrrrrr25/01/2022 08:01

    The pictures show a simple metal bracket (no connectors) to screw to the …The pictures show a simple metal bracket (no connectors) to screw to the ceiling plus the fitting itself with the connector on the back. Now if the bracket has the fixed wiring connection - that makes things a lot easier. Also, if it makes it possible to actually get at the LEDS non-destructively - that's a big plus too, in my book. I might just get some. At the moment, we switch over from the ceiling lights to the wall "candle" lights in the evening. A plus side of your running the main lights at low levels is that the LEDs should last forever that way. It's temperature that tends to kill them.


    You can't get to LEDs easily I imagine, the unit that then screws in is all enclosed, though I suppose if you did want to get it for some reason you could and any damage should be hidden on the top of the light any way
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