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Outdoor LED light 24 watt with PIR £11.99 @ Lidl
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Outdoor LED light 24 watt with PIR £11.99 @ Lidl

£11.99£13.9914%LIDL Deals
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Posted 2nd Feb 2019

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Not sure how well this compares to some of the deals seen on screwfix etc.
3 year warranty.
PIR can be swivelled to suit
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These work really well but they do begin to rust quite quickly
36974816-F0zof.jpgJust had a look, it is the bracket that holds it to the wall that rusts, the rest of the unit is fine
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This seems to be twice the wattage (more powerful) for £2.50 more
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Bought two last week, very bright & arnt prewired like most led floods
skip11224 m ago

https://cpc.farnell.com/pro-elec/pel01014/50w-led-floodlight-with-pir/dp/LA07548?ost=PIR+-++PEL01014&krypto=HbnD8QbKYeJi3ifW3IbSlcvki1VGEY0bQObfoMU4bppK9M+dHP+VSa7l0HTaPIMYPfTzXRnKoAUdftkerZXymA==&ddkey=https:en-CPC/CPC_United_Kingdom/searchThis seems to be twice the wattage (more powerful) for £2.50 more


seems a good deal. PIR looks a bit small
skip112
22 m ago

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This seems to be twice the wattage (more powerful) for £2.50 more

Don't forget the VAT
I have had one of their smaller wattage LED PIR floodlights running these past 7 years in our food larder, the nipper wasn't tall enough to operate the light switch so fitted this instead for her to get her breakfast etc without having to ask, its on for 60 seconds a time, gets used 20+ times per day inside, the pir sometimes needs resetting (unplug the unit from mains for a minute) but that's about it

Will be getting a couple of these for some extension work to illuminate my door & log pile based upon the solid performance to date.
Generally these are made of aluminium cast (main body) for heat dissipation, the mounting bracket will be steel thus rust, sand it down & hammerite it if concerned.
Mr_Gus3 h, 32 m ago

I have had one of their smaller wattage LED PIR floodlights running these …I have had one of their smaller wattage LED PIR floodlights running these past 7 years in our food larder, the nipper wasn't tall enough to operate the light switch so fitted this instead for her to get her breakfast etc without having to ask, its on for 60 seconds a time, gets used 20+ times per day inside, the pir sometimes needs resetting (unplug the unit from mains for a minute) but that's about itWill be getting a couple of these for some extension work to illuminate my door & log pile based upon the solid performance to date.Generally these are made of aluminium cast (main body) for heat dissipation, the mounting bracket will be steel thus rust, sand it down & hammerite it if concerned.


2 coats of bitumen paint will do a way better job than the current hammerite, easier to apply an clean afterwards too.
Brought two, a little annoying both white and black are cool white.
My OCD likes warm white, but cool white is better for better colour rendition.
Bigchilli, you are simply grateful for more lumens when in the dark & needing light so any thinking mind can balance that one out, ..I used to HATE the warmth of halogen (but the wasted energy more) ..huzzah for cold white LED's
I have an old one installed iv put a plastic roofing so that it doesn't get wet. I know it's IP water certified but still better for longer protection.
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0148403/02/2019 14:16

I have an old one installed iv put a plastic roofing so that it doesn't …I have an old one installed iv put a plastic roofing so that it doesn't get wet. I know it's IP water certified but still better for longer protection.[Image]


That plastic roofing notches up the rating to IP99. Nuclear proof.
Edited by: "loofer" 3rd Feb 2019
loofer1 h, 7 m ago

That plastic roofing notches up the rating to IP99. Nuclear proof.


Lol
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