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Home Protector I-Spot Floodlight 10w - £5.99 / £8.94 delivered @ Aldi ( Online Exclusive)
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
Floodlight, see link, good buy
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Just got mine from CPC the neighbour said he was getting a tan from it (excited)


Similar to one I got from Screwfix a few weeks ago,same price if local, very bright for the price https://www.screwfix.com/p/lap-slimline-led-floodlight-10w-black-cool-white/9414v Wired it into a pir I already had, works really well.


Nope, still looking for a phone :(


(nerd) These could be wired into a normal 3 pin plug then fitted with the TP Link wifi plugs we've all bought with the Dots on Prime Day "Alexa turn on the Floodlight" (cheeky)


Bargain but no pir still good deal

Cheap, slimline 50w ip65 LED floodlight, £10.20 delivered @ CPC
Found 14th JulFound 14th Jul
Specs suggest equivalent to a 200w halogen with IP65 water resistance, A+ energy rating and expected 25,000 hours usage, what's not to like? These are a daylight colour temp so do… Read more
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Haha, on the contrary, my partner is using it and they love it


Loving the phone. Not found curved screen protector though. Just got oreo update. Guess you rid of yours and had 3 phones since!?


Bit off topic, but how's your Nokia 7 plus treating you?


Ordered, Thank You


Oh no! I can never unsee that! :p :p :p (shock) :o

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Blooma Kenoro LED Solar Floodlight With PIR - £22 @ B&Q (free C&C)
Found 21st JunFound 21st Jun
After having to recently return the Aldi PIR floodlight I purchased back in May due to the solar panel expanding like a balloon, I was on the lookout for a replacement. Stumbled … Read more
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I agree in part but if the actual retail price is really good and other similar brands cost more then it is still a good deal. Extreme example that would never happen but just for explanation purpose If Panasonic released a 50inch top of the rang TV with a retail price of £99 would that not be a deal? Even though it was its normal price, yes because its a good TV and cheaper than its competitors




The fundamental part of a 'deal' is that it provides value over and above the normal price. This isn't a deal, it's the standard price of the item. Essentially, it's a review of the aldi product. No offence obviously OP, just not the idea on which this website was born.


Good find :)


It's certainly a deal but is it a good deal, That's for the masses (including you) to decide by voting!

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Good wee security floodlight - LAP YB-G1307-b LED PIR Black 10W Daylight £8.99 @ Screwfix
Found 16th JunFound 16th Jun
I bought a couple of these last weekend and fitted one during the week. Adjustable duration of illumination and at what level of daylight you want it to come on at. Nice bright p… Read more

Aha. Yes. Its not now and the sensors hardly triggered. I have to just and wave my hand in front of the sensor to light it. Lol


Sorry I can't say. I had a look at mine when someone commented that the sensor was adjustable but mine seems to be fixed, I can't rotate it horizontally to direct it in a different direction. It is fine for me so not much of a help, sorry.


Iv got it installed but it only detects from a couple of meters away. Which direction do I need to turn the sensor to have it at its maximum range? Thanks


I'm not sure sensitivity adjustments are particularly useful on these, especially considering that at lower temperatures I think they will be more sensitive (because the difference between body and ambient temperature is greater). You need to adjust the detection area. I have prevented mine from lighting up when someone walks past by masking the upper part of the dome with tape, so that it can only "see" at quite a steep angle downwards.


No fuglier than any other PIR light - and in fact less fugly than most, because it's smaller.

Ring Floodlight Cam Wired - £179 with code @ Ring
Found 13th JunFound 13th Jun
Ring have a deal on for fathers day with 20% off certain items, just checked and the HERTSOWL discount code takes another £20 off each camera. works on the flood light cam taking … Read more

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Showing price at £249 for me. Enter code and goes to £199. How are people getting it for £149 please


HERTSOWL code only gives me £20 off £199 ? how are you getting another £10 pounds off ?


you enter the code to the right of the screen displaying customer information and shipping address , before the shipping information screen .


Sorry, but where does it give the opportunity to enter the code? It doesn't show me on the phone or the computer. Does it show after you have entered all the address and card details? Thanks.

Ring floodlight cam £149 del @ ring.com
Found 30th MayFound 30th May
Just ordered 2 of these cheapest price ever £149 del use code hertsowl

It’s back! HERTSOWL Takes an additional £20 off the reduced cost! So £149! Go go go!


Yi daytime capture


I used to love ring until there were connection issues I recommend Yi outdoor cams Excellent value and no need for a subscription


They must of changed the discount


Just missed out!

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Found 29th MayFound 29th May
I was looking for a replacement light for my back garden and found this one at a great price, it's modern with a slim design. made from aluminium and plastic, it also has an averag… Read more

The reason they are so cheap is because they want rid of them, I've taken loads back due to faults and won't use them any more, costing me too much returning to jobs


Seriously, don't waste your money on this; build quality is grim and any that work for any length of time, is just by pure chance.


Most of these are rubbish, I have a solar one from Screwfix which is brilliant, I replaced mine with the LED bulbs made by Phillips, 14W they shove out 100W equivalent light, they replaced 150W bulbs in original 500W housing and I would say just as bright, been in for a year now and cannot fault them. Bought from the LED hut 2 for £28 delivered, so much less hassle than replacing the whole unit.


I have the non-PIR version of this. Seems good quality and has been working fine outside at our club for the last 9 months or so. For waterproofing, you probably need a substantial-sized cable. If you put a thin 3-amp cable in (which should be fine for the wattage) it's unlikely to seal properly.


I buy a lot of stuff from screwfix and have never had to take anything back, but it's nice to know you get your money back if you do have problems.

Ring Floodlight Security Camera for £169.15 @ Amazon
Found 25th MayFound 25th May
Yesterday amazon had this as deal of the day @ £184.99. today, both white and black variants are £169.15! Matching the lowest it was April 1st. I had ordered it yesterday, but Am… Read more

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Mine’s already been dispatched for delivery tomorrow.


The burglars will turn up just to steal these at the prices they are🤪


I have 2 and think they are excellent - set them to people sensitivity or the alerts will drive you mad


Just don't forget about the cost of annual multi-cam subscription from Ring. (it's not bad, just so people are not surprised)

Ring Floodlight  Cam HD Security Camera  £184.99 from Amazon Deal of the Day, Black and White colours
Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
Not the cheapest its been, but definitely cheapest at the moment. Generally its around £220 at the moment so a saving to be had if in the market for it. Only on for today. Both b… Read more

It's not faulty, I think it's to do with what you point at and how dark it is. I'm pointing into a dark garden which is grass and trees and the IR doesn't usually go off when the light comes on. I'll have two tomorrow though so I might do a quick swap and check.


Sounds like yours is faulty to be honest,my driveway is open and a field opposite and the light switches the IR off. On second thoughts look here to check the firmware is upto date as the whole IR off when the lights come on thing was released on a update a few months ago....


Actually it doesn't work like this on mine, I'll take a screenshot later. It seems you pointing the camera at a big area then the light doesn't switch the IR off, as a friend of mine in London with a small garden which is paved and he doesn't have the same problem. Also I get times where the light comes on due to a cat/fox or something but there is nothing detected in the Ring app. However it's still an amazing device and I ordered another today for my front driveway.


Hot hot hot. Just ordered oneXD


Great deal. I have one of these & think it’s great.

Wickes Compact White Halogen Floodlight with PIR - 120W R7S £5 @ Wickes free C+C
Found 20th MayFound 20th May
Compact and effective 120 watt motion-activated white halogen floodlight with a 8m 180° detection range. Adjustable time-on and dusk to dawn controls. - Adjustable '5 seconds to 5… Read more
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Even if you don't mind the fact that this is terribly energy-inefficient, the EU is planning on banning halogen bulbs in a couple of years so you probably won't be able to find replacements if we're still following EU rules by then.


cold for halogen


Danflorin check this light out https://www.costco.co.uk/Electronics-Security/Security-Surveillance/Security-Lighting/Sunforce-180-LED-Motion-Sensor-Security-Light/p/1600074


Ugh..that's a fantastic idea!!! Something like this? https://www.powerbee.co.uk/outdoor-security-lights.html Never thought in this way. Thick! !!


i just fitted a length of cable an in line switch and a standard 3 pin plug ( probably 3-4 quid total in wilko ) on mine and just plugged it in in the house, it gets used every night for the last 6 years with no problems. i have one without the pir hence the inline switch but just do without the switch if you have the pir.

V-TAC 100W LED Floodlight, 6500K, IP65 - £20.88 + Free Delivery @ CPC Farnell
Found 5th MayFound 5th May
Quality unknown but a price that can't be beaten. CPC offer free delivery on all orders over £8 (ex VAT) High power LED chips Aluminium alloy body Corrosion resistant Fascia … Read more

But I wouldn't buy such a thing from eBay - it's more than likely to be lying about the power consumption, and it's more than likely to be overdriven or have inadequate heat-sinking and not last long.


IP65 £16.92 with sensor https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/100W-LED-Floodlight-PIR-Motion-Sensor-Cool-White-6000-6500K-Outdoor-Garden-Lamp/263159547587?epid=2173679256&hash=item3d458806c3:g:DJ0AAOSw1blZmxxB

Ring floodlight cam white only £149.40 @ maplins
Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
As above not sure If these will drop in price any further that’s the gamble
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I don’t like the white one personally...I got the black one from Wickes. Won’t install it until I move into my new house, early I know but didn’t want to risk losing out on it. Ring have some more products coming this year....replacement stick up cameras which I’m very interested in.


Yes I was hoping for some lateral movement on the lights i also had ring pro doorbell fitted so gone from zero to ecosystem in one foul swoop considerably lighter in the pocket for it - but for once no buyers remorse


The camera itself is adjustable up and down & side to side,the lights adjust up and down but not side to side. It recommends fitting @ 3M but I’ve put mine slightly higher it states capture range is upto 30ft, I’m assuming you can’t put it too high because then the sensor won’t pick up movement,same as security lights.


4 in Redditch don’t exist apparently!


I wonder why they are keeping the black at full price

Ring Floodlight Cam £169.15 reduced from £249.00 - HD Security Camera with built-in floodlights, two way talk and siren alarm, black and white @ Amazon
Found 1st AprFound 1st Apr
Same price for white colour: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Ring-Floodlight-Cam-built-floodlights/dp/B074GBQ6QY/
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That's exactly how I put mine up.


That’s correct


I think maybe the junction box is more so to store the wires and waterproof the enclosure? But that is good to know. Just screw the plate on the wall, connect the wires and then screw base on?


Don’t need a junction box. It’s just brown,Blue and earth. Just installed mine that got delivered today 8)


I had a look at circular junction boxes on screw fix but they didn't seem to have ones where the backing plate from the floodlight to screw on to? Have you got a product code or link to one you bought by any chance? Though from reading some Amazon reviews we maybe don't need a junction box for the UK since what comes with the UK version is slightly different?

Ring Motion Activated Floodlight Camera @ Costco £174.99 with Code SAVE15
Found 30th MarFound 30th Mar
+5% for NON Costco Members.... Next Cheapest Amazon @ £189.99 SAVE15 Save £15 on all purchases over £100 Exp: 01/04/18 Product Details The Ring Floodlight camera is the world's … Read more

£169.15 on Wickes


Cheaper than anywhere - great product. Why sub zero?


It's Roberto from futurama.


Got one of these fitted last week,absolutely excellent (y)

Ring floodlight cam £169.15 @ wickes use code EXTRA15
Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
As above best price I can find at the mo
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Looks like amazon have price matched the black as well now


John Lewis will price match but only on the black


Cheers pal


Good deal, about to drop the cash on two of these, code wasn't working for me though, it's now changed, might be worth updating your original post - EXTRA15 is now the correct code 8)


True, although at the same time I would expect them to last for some time, unless they're going to be on a hell of a lot. I now have a couple of units and may expand to a third, in which case I would consider paying monthly for 'Protect', rather than 'Basic'. This then provides a lifetime warranty. I do realise this option isn't for everyone, but would suit me.

Ring Floodlight Cam £159.36 with code @ Maplin ebay
Found 23rd MarFound 23rd Mar
I believe this is the lowest it’s ever been available at. Use Maplins Outlet eBay store plus eBay code - PAY20LESS To get this for just £159.39,RRP £249.
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Is this a wired or wireless camera?


Amazon order cancelled! Thanks OP Great bit of kit.


They are also doing it on eBay for that so you can use 20% code


£199 at Currys??

Ring floodlight cam, wifi security camera flood light combination with audio and alarm £179 @ Amazon Deal of the Day
Found 23rd MarFound 23rd Mar
Today only, 23 March, and while stocks last, don’t miss the Deal of the Day: Product Description: - Ring Floodlight Cam lets you protect your property and watch over your home fro… Read more

That information is as much use as a chocolate teapot. Well done!


https://www.hotukdeals.com/comments/permalink/33497041 Have a look for Hikvision installers near you for prices, for example one local to me is..... 4 X HD CAMERA CCTV SYSTEM WITH 500GB DVR PLAYER £330 ALL FULLY FITTED AND CONNECTED TO YOUR TV/MONITOR WITH MOBILE PHONE /TABLET VIEWING 24/7 FROM ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD


If you're just trying to help please list some alternative products with prices that are better options.


Indeed. I'm merely pointing out that as a security product, there are better options available. Just trying to help :) and cats


Thanks for the reassurance. I guess yours is for watching foxes have sex and perving on your neighbours. That must be why you have discrete cameras (flirt)

Ring floodlight £199 @ Currys
LocalLocalFound 21st MarFound 21st Mar
Ring floodlight was £250 gone down for Easter mega sale £199. Just checked amazon and they have it also for £198.99. So if yo have prime go amazon or pop into local curry’s Chea… Read more
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It would be cheaper buying one of Wembley stadium floodlights


Are the floodlights visible light or IR with a cut filter? Looked like visible light on Amazon page. Curious why night shots or in black and white.


Still relatively expensive, but these are very good. Example pic taken at night.


Great find op keep up the good work....


It's probably worth paying for a months Prime just to get it from Amazon rather than Currys, in case anything goes wrong with it.

120 watt eco halogen floodlight £1 @ Wilko - Sheffield Haymarket
LocalLocalFound 20th MarFound 20th Mar
Found also in Sheffield Haymarket. Loads in stock. Probably store specific. Hope it helps someone!

Thats why I have the 500W old school lights for, to deter intruders. For illumination purpose, I have 1000W halogen council light right outside my house, so the whole driveway is lit-up every evening (dusk to dawn) 365 days.


If you are having intruder/vandal problems an old school 500w for ~£12 is a viable option. They give out so much light that no dodgies will want to be in the light and at low price replaceable if smashed. For illumination purposes led is of course the only way.


DO save the planet ! Do your bit.. buy up as many as you can find and drive them directly to the recycling centre Voted Cold due to running too Hot


Ive got 2 old school 500w halogen flood lights in my back garden... they only switch on for less than a 1-2 mins in a month (all together)... so even if they such 500W, it dont bother me because they are not switched on all the time/everyday. I havent seen increment in my bill and ive got them for over 4-5 yrs.


Just buy some led bulbs & retro fit them. They do exist. Bought one for my work light. Will work out cheaper in long run as cheap led floodlights can be false economy as if the led chip goes, you have to replace the whole unit.

Ring Floodlight Camera £199 at Amazon
Found 25th FebFound 25th Feb
Cheapest I’ve seen it in a while! Amazon uk store, available in black and white.

Robert Dyas currently have this same light on sale for the same price...but it you have an account with lloyds then you can get a further 10-12% cashback too :-)


No problem - also have a look at the spotlight cam - it's essentially the floodlight cam but less powerful lights but comes with a reasonable length of cable terminated with a plug. The OP has posted a cracking deal though so at this price the floodlight cam would be a better option unless the spotlight cam is reduced on amazon too (y)


Thanks for taking the time to reply. Sounds like what you suggest will be the way to go for me as where I want to put it there is no existing security light (y)


No USB mate as it's designed to be wired into an existing security light supply. To be honest you could just run some twin and earth from the floodlight cam to the mains plug though if you can't wire it into your lighting ring.


For those that have this,does it come with a usb power lead so I could mount it about the garage and then feed the wire through the garage roof and plug it in inside the garage into mains?

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