Xiaomi yeelight USB Powered Small Night Light for £6.16 delivered using code @ Gearbest
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Xiaomi yeelight USB Powered Small Night Light for £6.16 delivered using code @ Gearbest

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Found 4th Dec
Decent price!

Use code 'USBLNUK' at checkout to receive discount.

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Easy to Install:

● Open the rear hook, hang it in any position you need, easy and convenient to operate

● Tear the adhesive tape in the back and paste the light in any corner you need, such as corridors, stairs, lockers, bedside, and entrance

● The product has a built-in magnet, can be adsorbed on the surface of a refrigerator or other magnetically accessible furniture

Long Running Time:

● With a built-in high-quality 750mA large-capacity lithium battery, charged by USB port once can be used up to 120 days, free you from the trouble of frequent charge

Infrared Human Body Sensor:

● 120-degree sensing angle, 5-7 meters sensing distance in front, 2-3 meters in the side. With advanced photosensitive function, the light will automatically switch on in a dark environment

Two Lighting Mode:

● Sensing mode: with photosensitive and infrared human body dual sensor, the light turn on when people close, and turn off when people have left for 15 seconds

● Constant lighting: clearly illuminate your night with no pressure to find items at night

Cosy Warm White Light:

● The use of 2700K warm light, comfortable and warm light color temperature; professional optical design, away from the glare, do not disturb the night sleep in the family

27 Comments

I've got the battery powered one. Love them.

I think this is the cheapest this version has been. I have 'plenty' of the battery-powered ones and they are absolutely brilliant so gone for this one now. Ordered and heat added.

Brilliant ordered

Fab ordered thanks!

bellboys16 m ago

I think this is the cheapest this version has been. I have 'plenty' …I think this is the cheapest this version has been. I have 'plenty' of the battery-powered ones and they are absolutely brilliant so gone for this one now. Ordered and heat added.


Do you work for Xiaomi? You seem to own every lighting product they produce. Lol

5Rivers7915 m ago

Do you work for Xiaomi? You seem to own every lighting product they …Do you work for Xiaomi? You seem to own every lighting product they produce. Lol




It's a no on both counts lol but if they launch here I will be inputting my CV for perusal that's for sure. Love their stuff and it NEEDS to be officially available in as many countries as possible imo.
Edited by: "bellboys" 4th Dec

Ordered. Nice one.

Another day, another Xiaomi thing ordered....

Good deal and this Xiaomi is probably a better light, but I opted for this from Ikea instead .. it's bright enough to do the job for me and has both a light and movement sensor
Edited by: "Tuscan915" 4th Dec

Blatant self-promotion but I've got reviews of this model up on youtube.

Got 3, will be ordering a few more at this price. They're absolutely great at night for the hallway and two bathrooms. I'm thinking I'll put one more in the hallway near the front door, one in the kitchen and one in a corner of the bedroom.

I've got two of the battery powered ones. Poundland batteries in them both and they've been going for over 3 months now. Well happy. Love Xiaomi stuff.

Tuscan91557 m ago

Good deal and this Xiaomi is probably a better light, but I opted for this …Good deal and this Xiaomi is probably a better light, but I opted for this from Ikea instead .. it's bright enough to do the job for me and has both a light and movement sensor




OK if you're visiting Ikea but they charge 7.50 P&P which is more than what you'd pay for the Xiaomi light including shipping from China! What a mad world we live in
Edited by: "bellboys" 4th Dec

I’ve just received the 2 battery powered ones ordered last time they were posted,I think they were £4 or something..love them

bellboys5 h, 48 m ago

It's a no on both counts lol but if they launch here I will be inputting …It's a no on both counts lol but if they launch here I will be inputting my CV for perusal that's for sure. Love their stuff and it NEEDS to be officially available in as many countries as possible imo.


You'll have competition....I've been saying the exact thing myself - Xiaomi products are great and if those guys need a Devon representative one day I'll certainly put myself forward

order 1 each on 3 accounts - thanks OP - heat added

Same as every time this gets posted, same non-xiaomi product is available on ebay for around half the price. So far I've had mine running for a few weeks on the stairs.

ebay.co.uk/itm…178

jeeeeeez7 m ago

Same as every time this gets posted, same non-xiaomi product is available …Same as every time this gets posted, same non-xiaomi product is available on ebay for around half the price. So far I've had mine running for a few weeks on the stairs.https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/UK-6LED-PIR-Wireless-Body-Motion-Sensor-Night-Light-Cabinet-Wardrobe-Wall-Lamp/292264082178


Yours takes 3 x AAA batteries (not included), this has a lithium ion one integrated. You are right though we're paying for the brand name, but given how much extra it is for some quality assurance I'll happily do it.
Edited by: "CampGareth" 5th Dec

Ah I didn't see that, just got annoyed thinking that this is the fourth time the same product has gone hot at 2x the price of the equivalent.

Li-ion has improved a lot but alkaline batteries are still the best for minimal self discharge over time.

jeeeeeez20 m ago

Ah I didn't see that, just got annoyed thinking that this is the fourth …Ah I didn't see that, just got annoyed thinking that this is the fourth time the same product has gone hot at 2x the price of the equivalent.Li-ion has improved a lot but alkaline batteries are still the best for minimal self discharge over time.


Oh sure, but the xiaomi one claims a 4 month lifespan. I do not mind recharging these things 3 times a year when an AA version would need the batteries swapping every, idk, 12 months? Maybe that's just me though, I hate AAs unless the battery is meant to last well over a year, like in a TV remote or for some reason my bathroom scales. No idea why controllers use them with a 10 hour battery life.

jeeeeeez3 h, 31 m ago

Ah I didn't see that, just got annoyed thinking that this is the fourth …Ah I didn't see that, just got annoyed thinking that this is the fourth time the same product has gone hot at 2x the price of the equivalent.Li-ion has improved a lot but alkaline batteries are still the best for minimal self discharge over time.




With respect it isn't the same product though is it? It's probably akin to saying a Bush 40 inch 4K TV is the same as a LG 4K TV and half price. They both look like TVs (though like in this case by no means identical) but they aren't the same product. Same here. Especially as pointed out this isn't the battery operated product anyway. Comparing apples with oranges but nowt stopping you posting it as a deal if you think it is one?

CampGareth18 h, 17 m ago

Yours takes 3 x AAA batteries (not included), this has a lithium ion one …Yours takes 3 x AAA batteries (not included), this has a lithium ion one integrated. You are right though we're paying for the brand name, but given how much extra it is for some quality assurance I'll happily do it.


Hmmm what kind of quality assurance? If it stops after a few months it'll be going in the bin, not back to China for replacement. Also don't lithium ion batteries degrade over time? Triple A's are readily available and the rechargeable ones only cost a quid in poundland.

Someone else stated it's like comparing a bush TV to a LG one and it's an apples and oranges comparison...not really as both do exactly the same thing.

5Rivers7952 m ago

Hmmm what kind of quality assurance? If it stops after a few months it'll …Hmmm what kind of quality assurance? If it stops after a few months it'll be going in the bin, not back to China for replacement. Also don't lithium ion batteries degrade over time? Triple A's are readily available and the rechargeable ones only cost a quid in poundland. Someone else stated it's like comparing a bush TV to a LG one and it's an apples and oranges comparison...not really as both do exactly the same thing.


Hmm... There's a reason they call xiaomi the apple of China. Do you want to buy a no-name motion activated light or an Apple one? I'd go Apple if the prices were similar, not because of warranties though they undoubtedly help. I'd do it because I'd be fairly sure it wasn't poorly designed and so wouldn't corrode in days, or smell of urine, or eat batteries like candy, or have a sensor that only works from 10cm away.

That is what I mean about quality assurance.

As for AAAs vs lithium, this is one of those times where AAAs might make sense but I still have a personal vendetta against them, as would anyone who grew up with all devices needing 4-10 AAs and eating them in hours.

CampGareth1 h, 49 m ago

Hmm... There's a reason they call xiaomi the apple of China. Do you want …Hmm... There's a reason they call xiaomi the apple of China. Do you want to buy a no-name motion activated light or an Apple one? I'd go Apple if the prices were similar, not because of warranties though they undoubtedly help. I'd do it because I'd be fairly sure it wasn't poorly designed and so wouldn't corrode in days, or smell of urine, or eat batteries like candy, or have a sensor that only works from 10cm away. That is what I mean about quality assurance.As for AAAs vs lithium, this is one of those times where AAAs might make sense but I still have a personal vendetta against them, as would anyone who grew up with all devices needing 4-10 AAs and eating them in hours.


Until Xiaomi officially sell in the UK or even Europe they can't be regarded anywhere close to the level of a company like Apple, Samsung or even Huawei.

Are the eBay motion lights really that bad in comparison to these? I'm sure they won't smell of urine or eat batteries in a couple of days.

The risk of ordering from China even for cheap lights like these is that they could take forever to arrive or even get lost on the way..then ordering another has just instantly made your £5 light into a £10 light.

I had a remote control Lamborghini that took around 10 AA batteries. At high speed mode they lasted less than 10 minutes! Lol.
Edited by: "5Rivers79" 6th Dec

5Rivers794 m ago

Until Xiaomi officially sell in the UK or even Europe they can't be …Until Xiaomi officially sell in the UK or even Europe they can't be regarded anywhere close to the level of a company like Apple, Samsung or even Huawei. Are the eBay motion lights really that bad in comparison to these? I'm sure they won't smell of urine or eat batteries in a couple of days.The risk of ordering from China even for cheap lights like these is that they could take forever to arrive or even get lost on the way..then ordering another has just instantly made your £5 light into a £10 light.



What's your problem if people want to order a well known brand like Xiaomi?

The ebay ones are cheap for a reason.

Stop trolling !!

5Rivers7927 m ago

Until Xiaomi officially sell in the UK or even Europe they can't be …Until Xiaomi officially sell in the UK or even Europe they can't be regarded anywhere close to the level of a company like Apple, Samsung or even Huawei. Are the eBay motion lights really that bad in comparison to these? I'm sure they won't smell of urine or eat batteries in a couple of days.The risk of ordering from China even for cheap lights like these is that they could take forever to arrive or even get lost on the way..then ordering another has just instantly made your £5 light into a £10 light.I had a remote control Lamborghini that took around 10 AA batteries. At high speed mode they lasted less than 10 minutes! Lol.


They probably aren't because they wouldn't get repeat business... unless for instance it was unbranded! Then they could just open a new ebay account and keep selling the same product, and no-one would realise! Fantastic for them and terrible for us!

Now some Ikea lights or other brand with a reputation to uphold, I can see the argument. Ikea do a motion activated light by the way though it's worse than this one, £5, takes AAAs which aren't included, sticks to the wall with double-sided tape so there's no easy way to remove it to replace the batteries. Bleh.
Edited by: "CampGareth" 6th Dec

HellriderUKDeals6933 m ago

What's your problem if people want to order a well known brand like …What's your problem if people want to order a well known brand like Xiaomi?The ebay ones are cheap for a reason.Stop trolling !!


Why is offering a alternative product or a differing opinion automatically assumed to be trolling? Besides I own the colour yeelight which is a decent light if you want to save money.

Can you explain how Xiaomi is a well known brand? They have only just started selling the Mi Mix 2 in Spain..not even the whole of Europe yet. May be well known in China but certainly not here.

How annoying went right to checkout 5 minutes ago and applied the discount. Accidentally came out of it and now the code has expired. Just my luck Adrian Mole style

Edit - I've just been able to finish payment on my order via my account so get it for the discounted price. Awesome. Thanks op
Edited by: "smithy_0007" 6th Dec
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