Xiaomi Mijia LED Corridor Night Light Smart Lamp for £6.72 delivered  @ AliExpess / Xiaomi2 Dropshipping Store
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Xiaomi Mijia LED Corridor Night Light Smart Lamp for £6.72 delivered @ AliExpess / Xiaomi2 Dropshipping Store

£6.72£10.0933%AliExpress Deals
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Refreshed 9th Oct (Posted 8th Oct)Shipping from China
Perfect for roaming kids, this night light turns on automatically when it senses movement brightening any room or corridor. A great price too, delivered a bit quicker than normal from China, as it comes through the Netherlands — 15 to 35 days.

Note: Price may fluctuate due to exchange rates.

The sensor works at an angle of 120 degrees and picks up movement from around 5-7 metres, turning on for 15 seconds. There are two lighting modes, 0.7 lumens or 3.8 lumens.



Specifications
  • Type: Night Light
  • Material: ABS
  • Luminance: 0.7Lm, 3.8Lm
  • Light Colour: Warm White
  • Power Supply: Battery
  • Battery Type: 3 x AA batteries ( Not Included )
  • Input Voltage: DC 4.5V
  • Product weight: 0.1350 kg
  • Package weight: 0.1500 kg
  • Product size (L x W x H): 8.40 x 8.40 x 3.60 cm / 3.31 x 3.31 x 1.42 inches
  • Package size (L x W x H): 12.00 x 12.00 x 8.00 cm / 4.72 x 4.72 x 3.15 inches
  • Package Contents: 1 x Mijia Sensor Night Light

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These are great. The batteries last for ages, it gives off enough light to see where you are going, motion detection is excellent. We have one and I bought one for my elderly mother. She's forever singing it's praise to all her bingo gang!
r2mahara08/10/2019 11:47

They're great - wish they had a light sensor so that they don't light up …They're great - wish they had a light sensor so that they don't light up in the day..There's a xiaomi or yeelight one that's rechargeable that has that feature - but at twice the price...


They do have a light sensor and never light up during the day.
Wish I could find one that would stay on long enough to have a pee without being plunged into darkness half way through.
I got tbe Eufy ones instead from amazon prime.... currently 3 for £13.99

I got them after seeing them on here for £10 about 9 months ago. And they have worked perfectly ever since, off the original batteries....
amazon.co.uk/dp/…965
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Good little lights these. Well built and work brilliantly.
These are great. The batteries last for ages, it gives off enough light to see where you are going, motion detection is excellent. We have one and I bought one for my elderly mother. She's forever singing it's praise to all her bingo gang!
Brilliant light and brilliant price. The last one I bought was £9+. Thanks.
We have them all over the house (I counted them recently and stopped counting at 12! ) All bought at similar (or sometimes less) than this price. But highly recommended, as mentioned above the batteries last for absolutely ages (even on the bright setting. Heat added.

They look so stylish as well.
Edited by: "bellboys" 8th Oct
84mm x 36mm in case anyone was wondering about the size.
One of the best products I've found in all my years on HUKD.... simply brilliant. Highly recommended.
I also have several of these dotted around the house and highly recommend.
Edited by: "Bear.Bargains" 8th Oct
Brilliant. Thansk everyone, esp for the comments. Bought 6 for new place. Thanks again.
Thanks OP, and all commenters for helping me spend my money again! lol
I've had similar before but these seem a little better I've ordered 3 for the new house
Ordered. Thanks. Added discount coupon for first time buyer. I paid 4.50.
cheaperbythe1208/10/2019 11:30

Brilliant. Thansk everyone, esp for the comments. Bought 6 for new place. …Brilliant. Thansk everyone, esp for the comments. Bought 6 for new place. Thanks again.




I'd be very surprised if you aren't very satisfied TBH
They're great - wish they had a light sensor so that they don't light up in the day..

There's a xiaomi or yeelight one that's rechargeable that has that feature - but at twice the price...
Edited by: "r2mahara" 8th Oct
Great battery life too
Any reason why it won't accept PayPal
$3 off with new user code!!
r2mahara08/10/2019 11:47

They're great - wish they had a light sensor so that they don't light up …They're great - wish they had a light sensor so that they don't light up in the day..There's a xiaomi or yeelight one that's rechargeable that has that feature - but at twice the price...


They do have a light sensor and never light up during the day.
Jawz3208/10/2019 12:29

They do have a light sensor and never light up during the day.


Something must be wrong with mine then... Or maybe it's because it's in a bathroom with no natural light and the artificial light isn't enough to prevent it lighting up!
Got one love it, I use rechargeables, last 3 monthsor so
Any ideas for bigger / brighter ones?
I have a cupboard with no light in it, so looking for a sensor or manual button similar light, could be mains powered as well. Saw the below at pound stretcher but didn't buy because was unclear if you need batteries and mains.
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I love these things, we have them every 4th step up on the stairs, in the wardrobe, nursery as night lights. If anyone's on the fence about these get them, start off with 2 or 3 and you'll buy more. Batteries last about 4 months on the brightest setting and 6 on the lowest.
how do they attach to the surface/wall?
this post is a perfect example of the HotUKDeals effect. I saw the deal at 12.55pm and had placed the order by 12.58pm! Oh well - have heard great reviews about this so let's see.
Thanks OP
wallstreetcrash08/10/2019 12:49

Any ideas for bigger / brighter ones? I have a cupboard with no light in …Any ideas for bigger / brighter ones? I have a cupboard with no light in it, so looking for a sensor or manual button similar light, could be mains powered as well. Saw the below at pound stretcher but didn't buy because was unclear if you need batteries and mains.[Image] [Image]


I think these would work as a cupboard light.
r2mahara08/10/2019 12:43

Something must be wrong with mine then... Or maybe it's because it's in a …Something must be wrong with mine then... Or maybe it's because it's in a bathroom with no natural light and the artificial light isn't enough to prevent it lighting up!


Yep, that will be the reason.
wallstreetcrash08/10/2019 12:49

Any ideas for bigger / brighter ones? I have a cupboard with no light in …Any ideas for bigger / brighter ones? I have a cupboard with no light in it, so looking for a sensor or manual button similar light, could be mains powered as well. Saw the below at pound stretcher but didn't buy because was unclear if you need batteries and mains.[Image] [Image]


Looks like it's either of mains or batteries, which is prety handy.
marc.safc08/10/2019 12:56

how do they attach to the surface/wall?


They have an adhesive at the back (that's how I've stuck mine on).. And the adhesive is good. You can also hang them if you choose using the accessory in the box.
Jawz3208/10/2019 13:10

Yep, that will be the reason.


Will take it out of the bathroom and test..
How are they "smart"?
wallstreetcrash08/10/2019 12:49

Any ideas for bigger / brighter ones? I have a cupboard with no light in …Any ideas for bigger / brighter ones? I have a cupboard with no light in it, so looking for a sensor or manual button similar light, could be mains powered as well. Saw the below at pound stretcher but didn't buy because was unclear if you need batteries and mains.[Image] [Image]


It says that it has a 6V DC input, you just need to buy the appropriate AC-DC adapter and get an electrician to wire into your wall.

At this point, the cost of the light is only a small part of the overall cost, and you're better off using something more flexible like a Philips Hue bulb and motion sensor. That's what I use in my cupboards and bathrooms - you can then set different rules, so for example I have it activate on a lower brightness and lower colour temperature during the evening, and higher during the day.
edanfalls08/10/2019 13:26

It says that it has a 6V DC input, you just need to buy the appropriate …It says that it has a 6V DC input, you just need to buy the appropriate AC-DC adapter and get an electrician to wire into your wall.At this point, the cost of the light is only a small part of the overall cost, and you're better off using something more flexible like a Philips Hue bulb and motion sensor. That's what I use in my cupboards and bathrooms - you can then set different rules, so for example I have it activate on a lower brightness and lower colour temperature during the evening, and higher during the day.



IMO these are plenty light enough to light a cupboard, certainly 2 would be and I'm sure the cost of 2 of these would be a lot less than a hue bulb and motion sensor lol. Plus Xiaomi also sell smart bulbs which work very similar to Philips at a much lower cost. Have them all over my house also Philips Hue are needlessly expensive IMO, especially now there is so much competition out there.

Why anyone would contemplate hardwiring these is beyond me..
Edited by: "bellboys" 8th Oct
edanfalls08/10/2019 13:26

It says that it has a 6V DC input, you just need to buy the appropriate …It says that it has a 6V DC input, you just need to buy the appropriate AC-DC adapter and get an electrician to wire into your wall.At this point, the cost of the light is only a small part of the overall cost, and you're better off using something more flexible like a Philips Hue bulb and motion sensor. That's what I use in my cupboards and bathrooms - you can then set different rules, so for example I have it activate on a lower brightness and lower colour temperature during the evening, and higher during the day.


On your first point, can you not just buy a mains adapter? Or am I thinking wrong?
How can you get this to ship to Britain? It won't let me change from America.
wallstreetcrash08/10/2019 13:39

On your first point, can you not just buy a mains adapter? Or am I …On your first point, can you not just buy a mains adapter? Or am I thinking wrong?


Yes that's what I meant by an AC-DC adapter. You can get one for a few pounds online. Just make the sure it's 6V, the same connector type and has at least the same amperage as listed on the light.

If you don't mind having the cable dangling down then there's no need to hardwire of course.
Wish I could find one that would stay on long enough to have a pee without being plunged into darkness half way through.
bellboys08/10/2019 13:38

IMO these are plenty light enough to light a cupboard, certainly 2 would …IMO these are plenty light enough to light a cupboard, certainly 2 would be and I'm sure the cost of 2 of these would be a lot less than a hue bulb and motion sensor lol. Plus Xiaomi also sell smart bulbs which work very similar to Philips at a much lower cost. Have them all over my house also Philips Hue are needlessly expensive IMO, especially now there is so much competition out there.Why anyone would contemplate hardwiring these is beyond me..


It was just an example, there's no reason why it would need to be Philips. I am well aware of the Xiaomi bulbs, they're perfectly good, but it just depends whether WiFi or Zigbee is more suitable for your needs. I went for Hue because I also liked some of the Hue dedicated LED lights (i.e. not bulbs) - I have more of those than I have actual Hue bulbs.

And I don't think "much lower cost" is correct. All of my Hue bulbs have cost between £15 and £20 per bulb, for the full colour bulbs. Yeelights are similar - about £15 per bulb.

And I'm not sure what you don't understand about hardwiring. It's to keep ugly wires and plugs out of sight. Not much point having a plug permanently in place.
TeddyB08/10/2019 13:43

How can you get this to ship to Britain? It won't let me change from …How can you get this to ship to Britain? It won't let me change from America.


You need to change the bit next to the flag on the top bar.

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Dodge6208/10/2019 13:56

Wish I could find one that would stay on long enough to have a pee without …Wish I could find one that would stay on long enough to have a pee without being plunged into darkness half way through.


How long do these stay on for?
edanfalls08/10/2019 13:56

It was just an example, there's no reason why it would need to be Philips. …It was just an example, there's no reason why it would need to be Philips. I am well aware of the Xiaomi bulbs, they're perfectly good, but it just depends whether WiFi or Zigbee is more suitable for your needs. I went for Hue because I also liked some of the Hue dedicated LED lights (i.e. not bulbs) - I have more of those than I have actual Hue bulbs.And I don't think "much lower cost" is correct. All of my Hue bulbs have cost between £15 and £20 per bulb, for the full colour bulbs. Yeelights are similar - about £15 per bulb.And I'm not sure what you don't understand about hardwiring. It's to keep ugly wires and plugs out of sight. Not much point having a plug permanently in place.


These don't have wires, just batteries. Buy some rechargeable AAs and they'll last for a while.
Akira_Cat08/10/2019 13:58

These don't have wires, just batteries. Buy some rechargeable AAs and …These don't have wires, just batteries. Buy some rechargeable AAs and they'll last for a while.


I wasn't talking about the Xiaomi light from the post. I was replying to someone else who added a photo of their own light (which can be mains powered).
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