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Plug-in Night Light £1.25 @ Lidl. Available from the 19/1/09
Plug-in Night Light £1.25 @ Lidl. Available from the 19/1/09

Plug-in Night Light £1.25 @ Lidl. Available from the 19/1/09

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* Handy little plug-in night light with sensor
* Ideal for bedrooms, hallways or cellars
* Turns on automatically at dusk
* Requires 1 x E14 7W light bulb (included)
* Price per item £1.25

22 Comments

Original Poster

http://www.lidl.co.uk/C1256C790050C7BC/images/GB.09_02046/$file/09_02046_b.jpg

Not bad. Not bad

thanx gr8 for kids rooms heat Added

:x I bought a spare bulb for about the same price - heat added

Great for the kids room.
Ideal for bedrooms, hallways or cellars
* Turns on automatically at dusk

Question:
How does it work out when it is dusk if it is locked in a cellar? technology nowadays "ha ha"

Hot price, I've been looking to pick up a couple of these for a while

Original Poster

jonnic;4106483

Great for the kids room.Ideal for bedrooms, hallways or cellars* Turns on … Great for the kids room.Ideal for bedrooms, hallways or cellars* Turns on automatically at duskQuestion: How does it work out when it is dusk if it is locked in a cellar? technology nowadays "ha ha"



Lol, presumably cellars with a window.

dusk in the cellar? hmmm some confusing s**t...

jonnic;4106483

Great for the kids room.Ideal for bedrooms, hallways or cellars* Turns on … Great for the kids room.Ideal for bedrooms, hallways or cellars* Turns on automatically at duskQuestion: How does it work out when it is dusk if it is locked in a cellar? technology nowadays "ha ha"



It receives a time signal from the National Physics Laboratory at Rugby.

Not bad, bought a few for my mother a year ago from Lidl, still working - but were only 99p then!

I might be wrong - but did the Poundshop not have these just before Christmas?

Energy Saving???????

booper;4107768

Energy Saving???????



Hardly!
Is no-one doing any LED based lights like this then?

asda do an own brand LED one for about £3

So are these cheaper to run than turning light on?

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booper;4107768

Energy Saving???????



nihcaj;4108032

Made me think... so answering my own question:3w one (less than half): … Made me think... so answering my own question:3w one (less than half): http://www.sourcingmap.com/plug-220v-mini-energy-saving-night-light-white-p-27414.html?currency=GBPhttp://www.argos.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?storeId=10001&catalogId=1500001501&productId=1500330945&langId=-1&engine=froogle&keyword=Masterplug+LED+Night+Light+Twin+Packand one at 0.4W http://www.smarterproducts.co.uk/acatalog/Lunetta-LED-Night-Light.htmlalso loads of other options, and I presume cheaper than I found!



7 watts is hardly going to end the world lol.

Original Poster

Robbie0000;4108548

So are these cheaper to run than turning light on?



They are only 7 watts, so unless your main light is less than 7 watts then yes it's cheaper to run

Looks like a hand wash dispenser to me.

Original Poster

vivafathom;4114968

Looks like a hand wash dispenser to me.



You shoulda gone ]here :lol:

solidamber;4106998

It receives a time signal from the National Physics Laboratory at Rugby.



If it did, it wouldn 't now!

Robbie0000;4108548

So are these cheaper to run than turning light on?



At 7w probably, most filament bulbs are 40W upwards... so it depends how long they are left on, although for the same power a 7w low energy bulb in an ordinary lamp would be a lot brighter, that is IF you wanted a brighter light, such as on a stairway where it wouldn't be keeping anyone awake.

The LED ones use VERY little power, and LEDs last a LONG time - so for something used 365 days a year for say 12 hours a day where a 7w one would use 30.6KwH ie. something like £4+ a year to run (depends on local electricity prices say about 13p per KwH) (and it might need bulbs more often) an LED one using 0.4w would cost about 22p for the year and not should need replacing for a long time!
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