LUCECO GUARDIAN SLIMLINE LED PIR FLOODLIGHT BLACK 15W - £7.79 at Screwfix
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LUCECO GUARDIAN SLIMLINE LED PIR FLOODLIGHT BLACK 15W - £7.79 at Screwfix

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Found 29th Nov
There can't be many LED PIR Floodlights under £10. This is a Clearance item so not sure if available UK wide but worth a try.

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OOS Earth
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Not really available around London.

Got a couple of these when they were first reduced, very happy with them, just wish I bought a couple more as stock seems non existent now.

No stock near me.

Is 15 watt bright enough?

Please dont buy this, i regret it. It will switch itself on and off constantly, you can reset it and point it at a blank wall and it will still switch on. Seems to be hit and miss but others have had the same problem.

I have a sticky LED battery light that is more functional than this, glad I only paid a few quid for it.

splatsplatsplat21 m ago

Please dont buy this, i regret it. It will switch itself on and off …Please dont buy this, i regret it. It will switch itself on and off constantly, you can reset it and point it at a blank wall and it will still switch on. Seems to be hit and miss but others have had the same problem.I have a sticky LED battery light that is more functional than this, glad I only paid a few quid for it.


I've got the same problem. Mine goes off all the time too. A friend of mine suggested getting one with directional lighting and with a seperate PIR and to mount the PIR a few feet off the ground. I think mine gets set off from the steam from my combi boiler or the Ivy over my back gate. So looking for one now.
Edited by: "joeboy22" 29th Nov

splatsplatsplat20 m ago

Please dont buy this, i regret it. It will switch itself on and off …Please dont buy this, i regret it. It will switch itself on and off constantly, you can reset it and point it at a blank wall and it will still switch on. Seems to be hit and miss but others have had the same problem.I have a sticky LED battery light that is more functional than this, glad I only paid a few quid for it.


Have 2. Never had a problem. Maybe take yours back and get a new one or a refund. Just because yours does not work doesn't mean everyone else shouldn't buy one especially as it has many solid reviews!

OOS midlands

OOS Earth

Got the 10W one for £11.29 pick up tommorow

splatsplatsplat2 h, 42 m ago

Please dont buy this, i regret it. It will switch itself on and off …Please dont buy this, i regret it. It will switch itself on and off constantly, you can reset it and point it at a blank wall and it will still switch on. Seems to be hit and miss but others have had the same problem.I have a sticky LED battery light that is more functional than this, glad I only paid a few quid for it.


Yep, neighbour has one which did that all night - persuaded them to turn it off!

jamesjamesjamesjamesjames3 h, 39 m ago

Got a couple of these when they were first reduced, very happy with them, …Got a couple of these when they were first reduced, very happy with them, just wish I bought a couple more as stock seems non existent now.



+1 Likewise. Great (well made) lamps.

Jonnyx3 h, 7 m ago

Is 15 watt bright enough?


Depends what you want it for but ours illuminates an 8m distance down the side of the house with plenty of light to avoid obstacles at night. I think you'd feel uncomfortable reading a book at the full 8m distance but it'd be possible to read signs or something like that. Hope that gives an idea of the brightness.

Great lights. I bought 3 of the 10w ones last time they were on offer. Build quality looks superb and all 3 of mine work perfectly. The light is good, and lights my driveway as well as my previous 150w halogen did.

Great units, I've had mine up a few months now without any problems

I bought one as well. It kept turning on itself but mine had some dials at the bottom of the PIR and turned the sensitivity down. Not sure if it is same version or not
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