Osram Nightlux & Spylux Motion Sensor LED Lights - £7.19 each at Argos.co.uk (Free Delivery) or Amazon.co.uk (Prime)
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Osram Nightlux & Spylux Motion Sensor LED Lights - £7.19 each at Argos.co.uk (Free Delivery) or Amazon.co.uk (Prime)

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Found 15th Oct 2015
UPDATE (29/10) - Back in stock at Argos and still in Amazon - both now at £7.19, so not too much more than the £6.74 they dropped to the other week. 4 for the price of three as outlined below still available at Amazon.

UPDATE 19/10 - Order 4 x Nightlux from Amazon and apply the code 'LIGHT4FOR3' to get 4 for the price of 3, e.g. £20.22 for 4 x Nightlux delivered. You can use the code for the Spylux too, but they're slightly more at the moment.

UPDATE - Spylux now out of stock for delivery at Argos.co.uk and price increase at Amazon. Nightlux still available at both stores for £6.74.

Two different Osram motion sensor LED lights, down to their lowest price ever of £6.74 each at both Argos.co.uk (ONLINE ONLY, with free delivery) or at Amazon.co.uk (obviously there you need Prime for free delivery, or hit a £20 spend (3 of these will come out at £20.22)).

I have both and personally prefer the Spylux. Great for in the garage, shed, cupboard, even over stairs and areas if you happen to be up in the night!

Both come with 3 x AAA batteries.

Spylux
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Argos.co.uk - argos.co.uk/sta…htm

Amazon - amazon.co.uk/Osr…44/

YouTube Video - youtube.com/wat…idQ

Spylux can be set to be permanently on (as a normal light) in addition to the sensor mode. It stays on for 20 seconds in the sensor 'auto' mode. Magnetic back, or options to use screws. Rotating top half to the light to allow more control over the angle.

Nightlux
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Argos.co.uk - argos.co.uk/sta…htm

Amazon - amazon.co.uk/Osr…3I/

YouTube Video - youtube.com/wat…BNA

Nightlux allows you to control how long the light stays on for when triggered, 10 seconds or 60 seconds. You can also set it to stay on permanently as a normal light. The light bar can be angled up or down horizontally. Magnetic back, or options to use screws.
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Argos.co.uk - argos.co.uk/sta…htm

Amazon - amazon.co.uk/Osr…44/


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Spylux can be set to be permanently on (as a normal light) in addition to the sensor mode. It stays on for 20 seconds in the sensor 'auto' mode. Magnetic back, or options to use screws. Rotating top half to the light to allow more control over the angle.

YouTube video - Oscar worthy performances I think you'll agree.

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Nightlux:
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Argos.co.uk - argos.co.uk/sta…htm

Amazon - amazon.co.uk/Osr…I//


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Edited by: "morgie" 16th Oct 2015
Are those AAA batteries?
Spylux bought, thanks OP.
Jonnyblock

Are those AAA batteries?



Does say includes 3 x AAA batteries.
Jonnyblock

Are those AAA batteries?



Yes, they both come with 3 x AAA. Seem to last a while (not ultra cheapy), but I've since replaced mine with some rechargeables.

I've updated the OP to mention this.

Edited by: "morgie" 16th Oct 2015
Heat for price and description
Updated OP and first reply to show these are also available at Argos.co.uk (online exclusive) for the same price of £6.74 each, but with free delivery. Expect Amazon have price matched against Argos.
I have the round Frostfire ones which are really good.
I hate putting loo light on at night but the sensor light on the landing is perfect.
veedubjai

Does say includes 3 x AAA batteries.



See reply below yours.
How to these compare to Mr Beams please?
mayzi

How to these compare to Mr Beams please?



Particular model you're looking at?
mymymy

I have the round Frostfire ones which are really good. I hate putting loo … I have the round Frostfire ones which are really good. I hate putting loo light on at night but the sensor light on the landing is perfect.



Hope that's lighting up enough from the hall for an aim (if required) in the loo!
Are these suitable as outdoor lights?
looks good. 2 on the way for my mini barn
mayzi

How to these compare to Mr Beams please?


I doubt that they're as bright as the Mr Beams MB390 outdoor lights.
blondeyforever

Are these suitable as outdoor lights?


says not waterproof.
theshabster

I doubt that they're as bright as the Mr Beams MB390 outdoor lights.



Aren't these completely different products? Mr Beams are outdoor lights and these are indoors?
bob_regis

Aren't these completely different products? Mr Beams are outdoor lights … Aren't these completely different products? Mr Beams are outdoor lights and these are indoors?


Not all Mr Beams are outdoor, and the Spylux are listed as being weather resistant on the Argos website. It depends which Mr Beams product the member was referring to.
theshabster

Not all Mr Beams are outdoor, and the Spylux are listed as being weather … Not all Mr Beams are outdoor, and the Spylux are listed as being weather resistant on the Argos website. It depends which Mr Beams product the member was referring to.



Sorry, i wasn't at all clear.
Seems like these are not powerful enough for what i need.
Would make a good shed light....
Speculator

says not waterproof.



should be fine for light rain on that wall its fixed to.

Edited by: "ssc1" 16th Oct 2015
blondeyforever

Are these suitable as outdoor lights?



I have a couple of these outside the house, above the front door. Nice benefit is that the back is magnetic. Light is good, and they tend to last pretty well. Granted, mine is under a shelter but 3yrs later and it's still going strong. Hope that helps.
i have 2 of them they are good so went for 3 more thanks op
morgie

Hope that's lighting up enough from the hall for an aim (if required) in … Hope that's lighting up enough from the hall for an aim (if required) in the loo!



women have evolved further than men

Anyway, aiming is so yesterday.
mymymy

women have evolved further than men :DAnyway, aiming is so yesterday.


I think you'll find evolution has led to a more upright stance
bob_regis

Aren't these completely different products? Mr Beams are outdoor lights … Aren't these completely different products? Mr Beams are outdoor lights and these are indoors?


Mr Beams are both outdoor and indoor - I have both. Oh and both look a lot more attractive than these. Find the beams outdoor last about 6 months on D cells and the indoor ones over a year on AA's
CrispyColonel

I have a couple of these outside the house, above the front door. Nice … I have a couple of these outside the house, above the front door. Nice benefit is that the back is magnetic. Light is good, and they tend to last pretty well. Granted, mine is under a shelter but 3yrs later and it's still going strong. Hope that helps.



Yeah it does as mine would be under a porch too so now hopeful that they'll work too. Thanks again.
brookysm

Mr Beams are both outdoor and indoor - I have both. Oh and both look a … Mr Beams are both outdoor and indoor - I have both. Oh and both look a lot more attractive than these. Find the beams outdoor last about 6 months on D cells and the indoor ones over a year on AA's



Unlike our beams outdoor lights, which last around 2 months if we're lucky, as they're constantly being set off when letting the dogs out to do their business
How do you attatch it to the wall?
rickstita

How do you attatch it to the wall?



As per OP, magnet on the back on a plate that you can alternatively screw into the surface.
I bought a few Spylux from Tesco ages ago for about a quid each. They're somewhat waterproof but you probably shouldn't leave them outside unsheltered. They attach by magnets, sticky pads or screws, although the magnets tend to pop-out after a while. The glue holding them in mustn't be very good. For a quid they were great, but I wouldn't spend more than 3-4 quid on them. I'm sure there are better products out there for this price.
With almost 5* reviews on amazon? Sure there ok for the price?
HereKittyKitty

I bought a few Spylux from Tesco ages ago for about a quid each For a … I bought a few Spylux from Tesco ages ago for about a quid each For a quid they were great, but I wouldn't spend more than 3-4 quid on them. I'm sure there are better products out there for this price.



I picked up my last ones for £8.99 and was happy. I think you did extremely well to find a Spylux at ~£1 - maybe an individual store's clearance? See Amazon price history in reply, this is the lowest they've been there.
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ssc1

should be fine for light rain on that wall its fixed to.



I disagree. Without a seal the internal components will rust in the damp, rain or not.
are these water proof? Can they be used for the garden?
Stimpington

I disagree. Without a seal the internal components will rust in the damp, … I disagree. Without a seal the internal components will rust in the damp, rain or not.



It's IP rated so ok for outdoor at a certain level.
Thanks for posting. I have now just purchased the Mr Beam outdoor lights.
OOS Argos. price increase on Amazon.
vulcan903

OOS Argos. price increase on Amazon.



Thanks, for the Spylux yes, Nightlux still available at both stores for £6.74.
I ordered mine from Amazon just after midnight when I posted, so Friday morning, and they've just arrived - not bad! I'm not a Prime member, but did order just over £20 for free delivery. Hope others are arriving soon and pleased with them.

Edited by: "morgie" 17th Oct 2015
With regards to mounting outside.
Suitable for outdoor use - IP54 rated.
That's the nightlux.
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