OSRAM Noxlite Floodlight LED flood light with motion sensor @ Amazon.co.uk £43.99
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OSRAM Noxlite Floodlight LED flood light with motion sensor @ Amazon.co.uk £43.99

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Found 14th Aug 2017
The Daddy of all flood lights - i bought at £54.99 and installed over the weekend (cant believe it dropped again in price!!) and am delighted with it - a real quality product and i installs very easily. Very good purchase!

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Prime only?
snoopy182 m ago

Prime only?


no - open to all....
I saw it's £39.99 for the23W with free delivery on Amazon
Edited by: "KatsudonVince" 14th Aug 2017
For anyone wondering, there's no switched live on these, so you can't use home automation to over-ride the PIR.

It's a shame more of these things don't have four wire connections.
Hate this site. Ordered.
paulockenden3 h, 15 m ago

For anyone wondering, there's no switched live on these, so you can't use …For anyone wondering, there's no switched live on these, so you can't use home automation to over-ride the PIR.It's a shame more of these things don't have four wire connections.



The description seems to imply it does?

"Suppressible sensor function, activation/deactivation via standard on/off switch"
Scorchio price for a quality unit. Design of the heat sink integration looks fantastic.
Does this come with a wire to add a normal plug to? My current one is wired to my back bedroom.
paulockenden9 h, 54 m ago

For anyone wondering, there's no switched live on these, so you can't use …For anyone wondering, there's no switched live on these, so you can't use home automation to over-ride the PIR.It's a shame more of these things don't have four wire connections.


From the pictures looks like you can switch the sensor off to leave the light on constraint by switching off on combination of times. Which is a nice feature. To have if you want.you light on 24/7 for a while
PeteW20 h, 16 m ago

The description seems to imply it does?"Suppressible sensor function, …The description seems to imply it does?"Suppressible sensor function, activation/deactivation via standard on/off switch"


I think it's via a quick-flick on and off, rather than having a dedicated switched-live. I checked the installation manual and there's just three terminals, live, neutral and earth.
Price has also reduced to £29.99 for the 23w version
How good is the 23w version? is it easy to fit?
Thanks again OP. Took delivery of it today and fitting was pretty straightforward. Same fitting dimensions as my old one (are these standard?) which meant no drilling required which is nice.

Looks pretty good (much nicer than the old crappy junk) and a few settings to play around with which is nice. Brighter than I thought, on par with the old halogen. But plasticcy. Also a little worried about water proofing as the plastic casing for the wiring isn't sealed but hopefully not an issue.

I'd say 4 our of 5 stars.
Edited by moderator: "." 20th Aug 2017
31734957-5M1tt.jpgAnyone know if it would be pretty straightforward to replace with one of these?
Thanks
Edited by: "money786" 20th Aug 2017
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