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Outdoor Black Energy Saving Floodlight - £8.10 delivered (after applying code) at Litecraft
Outdoor Black Energy Saving Floodlight - £8.10 delivered (after applying code) at Litecraft

Outdoor Black Energy Saving Floodlight - £8.10 delivered (after applying code) at Litecraft

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I know this is already posted as a deal at Debenhams, but if you order direct from Litecraft it is free postage and a further 10% off using the code - SUMMER10. Got mine yesterday, delivered within 24 hours of ordering, and it fills my large patio with light no problem.

Bulb Type: PL-C 2 Pin
Max Bulb Wattage: 26 Watt
Colour: Black
Number of Bulbs: 2 (Included)

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Replacement lamps are around £5 be interested to know what the lifetime is for lamps when used with a PIR ?

dont all flood to buy it first

Look at the 10 watt led floods. They are a similar price and available from a variety of sources. No warm up time and cheaper to run. I prefer them.

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Generating Black Energy is a frighteningly expensive palaver, so any saving in use is welcomed.

The tubes won't appreciate being hooked up to a PIR - it'll shorten their life dramatically. Get an LED one instead. A greater energy saving and should last much longer.

89quidyoucantgowrong

Generating Black Energy is a frighteningly expensive palaver, so any … Generating Black Energy is a frighteningly expensive palaver, so any saving in use is welcomed.



sorry, what's that mean?

thegog

The tubes won't appreciate being hooked up to a PIR - it'll shorten their … The tubes won't appreciate being hooked up to a PIR - it'll shorten their life dramatically. Get an LED one instead. A greater energy saving and should last much longer.



Thats what I thought, which is strange that this comes up on the same page as a 'related product' ?

When I went to this site my ESET Nod32 anti-virus flashed up the site as "Potential Phishing Threat".

andynicol

Thats what I thought, which is strange that this comes up on the same … Thats what I thought, which is strange that this comes up on the same page as a 'related product' ?



The tubes look like PL-T. I have one in a restored streetlight and it takes a good couple of minutes to warm up to full brightness. These will give minimal light for the short time a PIR typically switches on for. LEDs are instant and are happy with short on-periods.
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