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LIVARNO LUX LED Solar Spotlight £8.99 at LIDL
LIVARNO LUX LED Solar Spotlight £8.99 at LIDL

LIVARNO LUX LED Solar Spotlight £8.99 at LIDL

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Mains-free, environmentally-friendly outdoor light with 10 bright, long-life LEDs and motion detector
Solar panel with connection cable, length approx. (m): 2.5
Integrated battery provides up to 8 hours of continuous light
Motion sensor detection angle (°): 90
Max. detection range approx. (m): 12
Lighting duration in motion detection mode adjustable to (seconds): 90
3 year manufacturer's warranty

You need a clear line of sight for southern sky & sunlight absorption, plus I would recommend upgrading the batteries after purchase.
Not a bad price for the money.
Also recommend a bit more weatherproofing by means of a bit of silicone spray, just in case.

Features:
Sensor controlled area spotlight with 10 high-performance white LEDs and motion
90 ° motion detector with approximately 5-12 m sensing range
Selector switch for off, continuous light (Eco mode) or motion
Extra Bright light for about 90 seconds in the motion mode
Detection range depends on weather conditions
Up to 8 hours of continuous light (Eco mode when fully charged)
Off the line by a separate solar panel with connecting cable (2.5 m) for optimal site selection
Includes 3 replaceable NiMH rechargeable batteries (600 mAh / 1.2 V)
Luminous flux per LED 5-6 lm
Splash-proof (IP44)
- MR GUS

24 Comments

This item is not available until Thursday 2nd of July. Am interested in buying one but it cannot be reserved as Lidl do not allow you to reserve items. So heated for the information but a minus for Lidl.

mike777

This item is not available until Thursday 2nd of July. Am interested in … This item is not available until Thursday 2nd of July. Am interested in buying one but it cannot be reserved as Lidl do not allow you to reserve items. So heated for the information but a minus for Lidl.


Voted hot. Good price but not sure how bright it would be. I have THIS ONE from Amazon & it's great & really bright for a solar powered light.

Got this last year from lidl!! Not great

chrisf74

Got this last year from lidl!! Not great


I didn't think it would be. The one in my link is brilliant & i would recommended it, if a soler powered security lights what your looking for.

i have tried almost every solar light .buy this one best light guaranteed.
using 4 of these no problem in winter or summer .

amazon.co.uk/Mic…ght

johndgrat

i have tried almost every solar light .buy this one best light … i have tried almost every solar light .buy this one best light guaranteed. using 4 of these no problem in winter or summer .http://www.amazon.co.uk/MicroSolar-Digitally-Adjustable-Vertically-Horizontally/dp/B00EC8A7D6/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1435227386&sr=8-1&keywords=80+led+solar+light

At four times the price I would hope it is better. The wired versions of these are not expensive from most DIY stores and aren't difficult to install. This is worth a punt at the price as it offers easy installation. voted hot.thanks for sharing OP.

I bought this last year and i'd recommend it. Very bright even in winter

johndgrat

i have tried almost every solar light .buy this one best light … i have tried almost every solar light .buy this one best light guaranteed. using 4 of these no problem in winter or summer .http://www.amazon.co.uk/MicroSolar-Digitally-Adjustable-Vertically-Horizontally/dp/B00EC8A7D6/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1435227386&sr=8-1&keywords=80+led+solar+light




should be at that price!

Freddy5150

At four times the price I would hope it is better. The wired versions of … At four times the price I would hope it is better. The wired versions of these are not expensive from most DIY stores and aren't difficult to install. This is worth a punt at the price as it offers easy installation. voted hot.thanks for sharing OP.




With that variant of led it won't be too long before you get uneven burn / lessened illumination, those multiples are a bugbear of mine, they aren't bin units (tested for equal output, just a hotchpotch, which makes em cheaper, & you get caught in the long run) ..which is why I go for singular emitters, or proper grouped emitters, still cheap though.
Not a knock of the product justan fyi

johndgrat

i have tried almost every solar light .buy this one best light … i have tried almost every solar light .buy this one best light guaranteed. using 4 of these no problem in winter or summer .http://www.amazon.co.uk/MicroSolar-Digitally-Adjustable-Vertically-Horizontally/dp/B00EC8A7D6/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1435227386&sr=8-1&keywords=80+led+solar+light



i live in a nice area but if someone took a fancy to this out the front of my house i would rather lose a £9 lidl one than a £40 amazon one.

The trouble with Lidll is they only get a few in each store of these special offers or the few sit in the warehouse instead of being delivered to the store on the advertised date. The idea is to attract customers into the store to hopefully buy something else. If you live near Lidl store or are passing that way then call in, other wise avoid Lidl .It is about time they woke up and offered something like ordering or click and collect as at present they just alienate potential customers..

Proveright

The trouble with Lidll is they only get a few in each store of these … The trouble with Lidll is they only get a few in each store of these special offers or the few sit in the warehouse instead of being delivered to the store on the advertised date. The idea is to attract customers into the store to hopefully buy something else. If you live near Lidl store or are passing that way then call in, other wise avoid Lidl .It is about time they woke up and offered something like ordering or click and collect as at present they just alienate potential customers..



Never had that trouble myself, but then again I shop there all the time and don't make 'special trips'. Maybe their actual customers buy their offers rather than tourists?

huggychair

Never had that trouble myself, but then again I shop there all the time … Never had that trouble myself, but then again I shop there all the time and don't make 'special trips'. Maybe their actual customers buy their offers rather than tourists?



do you queue before opening hours to get in and stack your trolley with the half price specials too?

Proveright

The trouble with Lidll is they only get a few in each store of these … The trouble with Lidll is they only get a few in each store of these special offers or the few sit in the warehouse instead of being delivered to the store on the advertised date. The idea is to attract customers into the store to hopefully buy something else. If you live near Lidl store or are passing that way then call in, other wise avoid Lidl .It is about time they woke up and offered something like ordering or click and collect as at present they just alienate potential customers..


But this very business model allows them to keep costs down and also differentiate th themselves from others - no expensive click and collect infrastructure (and staffing) to worry about (how many times does it fail to work properly at the likes of Halfords and B&Q?). The variable nature of the goods also means they only buy in stuff at a certain time when it's at a certain price point etc. Personally I've not had much trouble finding stuff in stock and rarely get there on the actual day they go on sale, unless I've left it days after.

Freddy5150

At four times the price I would hope it is better. The wired versions of … At four times the price I would hope it is better. The wired versions of these are not expensive from most DIY stores and aren't difficult to install. This is worth a punt at the price as it offers easy installation. voted hot.thanks for sharing OP.



With Lidl one you're recommended to upgrade batteries, buy silicon spray and you'll end up spending not much less for light that's still significantly worse.

Makes perfect sense.

Got this last year and is great chrisf74
Good battery life, good quality, ideal for patio, balcony, not for big area

Useless unless you live in the Atacama desert.

Ricky302

Useless unless you live in the Atacama desert.


But why would you even need a security light in the Atacama desert?

What I like about this light is that you can site the solar panel separately, e.g. put the light on a north-facing wall, and run the cable round the corner to point the panel southwards. You could splice in more cable if 2.5m isn't enough.

jrdld

But why would you even need a security light in the Atacama desert?


Ha! you wouldn't of course, it was was more to the fact that the slightest sniff of water and this will stop working.

Had 2 of these for a year. Great light in both eco and PIR mode.
Trouble is, both solar panels have failed.
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I would like to know after charging the lamp what position do I set the switch to. I have tried the eco mode and the pir mode but the lamp just seems to stay on.

How do you adjust the pir distance

i have just purchased one took the top off to see if the batteries were ok and found it was impossible to remove the battery covers to check. anyone else have this problem? may have to return if solution not found
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