PIR Security Light - 400 Watt £6.74 - Reserve and Collect at Argos
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PIR Security Light - 400 Watt £6.74 - Reserve and Collect at Argos

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Found 1st Apr 2013
This PIR security light features quick and easy installation and a fully automatic PIR movement sensor to put your mind at rest.

12m detection range, manual override for constant illumination.
Size H23.5, W15, D18.5cm.
140 degree detection range.
Bulbs required: 1 x 400W linear halogen (included).

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They have the 120 watt version too for £5.98 argos.co.uk/sta…htm Got two reserved at my local.

heat added for your deal though
Edited by: "simplyjimbo" 1st Apr 2013

Banned

i bought this a few months back

really fiddly wiring it up and very cheap components (tin foil!)

mine is rusty all over already and now goes off all the time regardless of any pir trigger

i wouldnt recommend it

Why does anyone use halogen when LED technology dramatically cuts the running costs even if the initial cost is higher - same applies to GU10 bulbs which generate so much heat that I've always regarded them as a fire hazard

Thanks. Just reserved at my local.

This will be perfect for lighting up our back passage.

Banned

Moneyspider

Why does anyone use halogen when LED technology dramatically cuts the … Why does anyone use halogen when LED technology dramatically cuts the running costs even if the initial cost is higher - same applies to GU10 bulbs which generate so much heat that I've always regarded them as a fire hazard


1. takes too long to get bright for outdoor security lighting

2. For PIR lights on a short duration, the running cost saving wont make up for the bulb price difference

anthony69

Thanks. Just reserved at my local.This will be perfect for lighting up … Thanks. Just reserved at my local.This will be perfect for lighting up our back passage.


You must have a big bum:p

homebase are doing 15% off everything today. you can get some better deals on PIR lights if you hurry.

400 Watts are you lighting up the whole street? 120 Watt would be plenty.

csiman

1. takes too long to get bright for outdoor security lighting


You're getting confused with CFL

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SouthParkFan

400 Watts are you lighting up the whole street? 120 Watt would be plenty.

tell that to the garage owner getting sued for £50k by a police woman who fell over under 120w lighting

csiman

tell that to the garage owner getting sued for £50k by a police woman who … tell that to the garage owner getting sued for £50k by a police woman who fell over under 120w lighting



Lolz, hardly the same situation. Guessing his garage didn't have street lights, so it was his duty to keep the grounds lit?

Anywho, thanks for 120watts version. Hate when my neighbours garden light keeps turning on in the night....

I've got a big garden and 150watt is ample!

http://image.findstock.at/4327033

This is stating its £8.99???
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