Over the year tested perfect "Motion Detector LED Night Light 2 Pack" @ B&Q @ competitive price of £13 per pair
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Over the year tested perfect "Motion Detector LED Night Light 2 Pack" @ B&Q @ competitive price of £13 per pair

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Found 19th Nov 2013
Just a thought - I bought pair of these decent socket night lights in B&Q more than year ago and they work perfectly and do their job really well.
So honestly can recommend them and the price is really competitive so thought they worth sharing here as I could see lots of people looking for this type of night lights at fair price.

So hope it helps someone ;-)

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Original Poster

phillred

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Sorry, I sometimes forget how quick you guys can be here, was still editing my post, so now I hope is complete. Thanks for reminding though!

Edited by: "lenjuz" 19th Nov 2013

phillred

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5 deals in 5 years - perhaps you ought to concentrate on posting your own deals instead of poking holes in other people's oO
Edited by: "You_Can_Call_Me_Al" 19th Nov 2013

phillred

One Months membership ,Perhaps you should S.T.F.U :p(And how is it … One Months membership ,Perhaps you should S.T.F.U :p(And how is it poking holes,No price was shown dumbass)


Wow, what a rude mother fudger. oO

Heat for the deal, OP.

Banned

LOL - Seems like a good price for these thanks.

Amazon reviews which I think is same product at £17.01 amazon.co.uk/Mas…top

phillred

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Be nice.

Have got these and they are very good. Great price thank you. Hot

How much light do these give off? Like a nightlight that's just a slight glow, or enough for the kids to be able to see their way to the bathroom? Thanks!

phillred

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bit rude ?

do their job really well



Yep, when I trip over my own feet in the dark, the motion detector catches it and gets the light on before I hit the floor.

Had these for about 5 years, still working

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Life's all about how we treat one another..... SHOUTING for putting a helpful post up?????????

AGREE, BIT RUDE.



Thanks for the post OP

Is this really a good price? I would like one of these, but havent really looked around for them so not sure what a good price is. Any help would be much appreciated
Edited by: "JollyEngland" 20th Nov 2013

Thanks OP.

They are good lights, I have a couple. They give off an orange light, enough to light the corridor so you can see where you are walking.

If you don't have power sockets where you want the light, and/or prefer white light, the Mr Beams ones are excellent. These cost £25 for three at the moment on Ebay, but were cheaper in the summer. Each one takes four AA batteries, so best to get low self discharge rechargeables for about £5 a pack. Batteries last months.

ebay.co.uk/itm…f38

MarkShopper

They are good lights, I have a couple. They give off an orange light, … They are good lights, I have a couple. They give off an orange light, enough to light the corridor so you can see where you are walking.If you don't have power sockets where you want the light, and/or prefer white light, the Mr Beams ones are excellent. These cost £25 for three at the moment on Ebay, but were cheaper in the summer. Each one takes four AA batteries, so best to get low self discharge rechargeables for about £5 a pack. Batteries last months.http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/UK-Mr-Beams-MB723-Motion-Sensor-Battery-Powered-LED-Automatic-Night-Light-x3-/151145869112?pt=UK_HomeGarden_Lighting_Lamps_Lighting_SM&hash=item2330feef38



Thanks for this, I have been posting on here and asking for past few months if anyone knows decent hallway lights with AA batteries. These look excellent and AA batteries so will last much longer !

Q. Do these really work though ? If someone walks remotely close by say a few meters away even does the light come on for say 10 or 20 secs ?

I tried the philips spotlight 2 of them and both failed badly.... did not come on half the time and other half time stayed on whole night and day before batteries died (low recharge ones).

I will certainly question the seller and ask for return policy since 25 quid is a much larger amount !

Batteries? Does this not plug into the wall socket using the power?

Original Poster

panddda

How much light do these give off? Like a nightlight that's just a slight … How much light do these give off? Like a nightlight that's just a slight glow, or enough for the kids to be able to see their way to the bathroom? Thanks!



Hi, they just exactly as you describe - enough light for kids to find their way to the bathroom in the dark but still not that sharp that it keeps sibling asleep.
And the motion sensor really works perfectly for us and it's more than a year now and still great.
Have one in our bedroom for me to be able to get to the kids room w/o waking my hubby with light and no complaints from him so far :-)
Hope this helps!

Original Poster

Bigfootpete

Batteries? Does this not plug into the wall socket using the power?


Yes, these are plug in/ mains socket lights, no battery option here.
I think previous post was referring to other lights in case there is no socket nearby you need your light to be.
Hope it helps.

When these detect motion how long do they light up for?

there are some great motion sensor lights (battery operated) in Wilkinson for about £7....powerful led lights; not those useless lights for the wardrobe....heat added for this post

Master_Yoda

When these detect motion how long do they light up for?



A minute.

never heard of these before. I could use this for my son! Thanks for posting and ignore those rude commenters!

Original Poster

Master_Yoda

When these detect motion how long do they light up for?



Hi, just "tested' them and since the motion is detected and no more motion is there it lights for about 110 seconds but if you still moves around the light it will be on as long as there is any motion, than since last one 110 seconds.
Someone mentioned one minute earlier, but for mine it is 110s.
Hope it helps.

You_Can_Call_Me_Al

5 deals in 5 years - perhaps you ought to concentrate on posting your own … 5 deals in 5 years - perhaps you ought to concentrate on posting your own deals instead of poking holes in other people's oO

What difference whether he posted nil or 5 or 50 he was being helpful and the poster thanked him!

You_Can_Call_Me_Al

5 deals in 5 years - perhaps you ought to concentrate on posting your own … 5 deals in 5 years - perhaps you ought to concentrate on posting your own deals instead of poking holes in other people's oO



The amount of deals you post on here is irrelevant. His could be 5 quality deals (can't be bothered to find out), whereas someone with 500 deals could just be posting endless poundland deals or reposts of deals that have been expired or Ann Summers gear for cheap thrills/heat. The original post WAS rude though.

Purchased these a few weeks ago

They are very good motion detector lights ( no batteries that's a bonus ) give a really good light on the landing also works well in the entrance hall.
Stay on whilst moving & for 2minutes when out of range ie moving from bathroom to bedroom
I would rate them as 100% +
Have bought another set for an elderly friend

Forgot to say thank you
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