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Wickes Defender 400W Twin telescopic Floodlight work light £20 click and collect
Found 13 h, 15 m agoFound 13 h, 15 m ago
Was looking for something to let me see what I'm doing while I paint some ceilings with the lights removed, and found this which looks like a great price, i'm picking it up tomorro… Read more
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Yep. Nicely timed offer from Screwfix there for you. (y)


I've just seen the Screwfix Diall LED light offer with free tripod posted by idontflycathay which looks better than mine! I'm binning this and going for that one!!


Glad I didn't go for the 800W ones then (shock)


Or melt your hat to your head! True story...


Depending on the setup of the lamp. It should be fairly easy to use LED lamps inside these units when the halogen tube goes.

Slimline 50w Led floodlight (non pir) only £10.20 delivered at CPC Farnell
Found 8th DecFound 8th Dec
Okay so it has no pir, but I've just put three of these up on my garage wall that plug into a remote control socket to light up the length of the garden that I can turn on and off … Read more
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CPC The gearbest of the UKGreat price .... Naff company


Unfortunately I can't really help you there as we only tried it for photo's, don't get me wrong I'm not saying it won't work at all, it's just that the colours of your photo's/video's may not be accurate, if you don't mind playing around with the white balance settings on your camera and/or have access and ability to use a decent editting program you'll probably be fine, it's just that my missus needed decent quality and colour correct photo's for a professional website which is why we struggled.


Ok what about for video instead? For YouTube purposes.


I suppose so, but we have tried this before but struggled to find a decent picture quality. But please bare in mind that neither me nor my missus are anywhere near professional photographer standards and where trying to get professional standard pictures of glass (which is notoriously difficult to photograph) for her business website!


Can someone help me find just a PIR sensor to attach into a led flashlight. Thanks

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Ring Floodlight - Click & Collect - Wickes - £153.85 (£148.72 after Quidco cashback)
LocalLocalFound 27th NovFound 27th Nov
Excellent price for the Ring Floodlight. I've ordered two to cover the front and back of my house! click and collect only Use code BLACK18

Deal has expired ;(


Price has gone up to £230 now


Doorebell I would tend to agree with you as I've got a cheapo Chinese one and works OK (but TBH nowhere near as reliably as the Floodlight cam I have). But this thread is about the Floodlight Cam, which you clearly have no experience of. And i really don't mind dissenting voices at all if that person has had any experience of the product, which you clearly haven't hence your silence last night when challenged. Plus the 'alternative' you linked to was a bit of a laugh given the fact it was missing 3 key ingredients that sets the Ring apart but was the same price! :D And I LOVE information presented when it comes from someone who actually knows what they are talking about. It's sort of how you learn about things, isn't it? But not from self-appointed internet experts.with no experience of the actual product they are critiquing.....


I'm not a professional fitter so I think I can afford to wait until reputable competition forces the price down.


Yes I agree ring is a little overpriced. But what is the price for security for you and your family and home? in regards to the doorbell you can buy similar products from China for less than quarter of the price but where you will struggle is with the software.. Ring has obviously invested heavily in their software and app and they know that. But now that the Google doorbell is out things are getting a lot more interesting and I'm sure the prices will drop. China has even bought out their version of this floodlight for £80..but I know that the software will not be nowhere near as good as the ring one here is a link if anyone is interested in my opinion all the headache of fitting the product and then if it doesn't 100% do what you intended it to in my eyes defeats the purpose if somebody wants to cut corners and costs for security for their home and family that is up to them each to their own FREECAM Floodlight Security Camera, Motion-Activated, Wireless wifi Outdoor Security Camera Built-in Suspicious Intrusion Detection,White amazon.co.uk/dp/B07BVSZB4L/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_CdK.BbZQ8CT2T

Netatmo Presence - Smart Outdoor Security Camera with integrated floodlight and smart alerts - £164.98 @ Amazon
Found 23rd NovFound 23rd Nov
Been looking for some tome next best price is from Netatmo at £187.49 on sale. Normally £249.99 on Amazon.

This or the ring ?


Great product + the cheapest I have seen to date


Certainly has!


This seems to have expired now and gone up in price


I agree, unsure why it is voted cold :/

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Ring outdoor floodlight camera £153.85 Wickes
Found 19th NovFound 19th Nov
R ing outdoor floodlight cam (black)click & collect only to get 15% off

No stock at JL


I happened to stumble upon this deal myself - I've been meaning to grab one for a while and this is the cheapest I've seen it anywhere. Like others in the comments, Wickes didn't have any stock within 100 miles of my location so I submitted a price match request to John Lewis. They were happy to match the discounted price of £153.85 as long as I used click and collect - which is fine by me. Picked mine up yesterday! As an added bonus, I was able to get the white version, which Wickes don't seem to stock.


Just picked up from local Wickes, well done OP.


Straight forward, turn off electrics, use a tester to check wires, make note of wires in existing light before removing (I normally take a picture) then wire into new one. However, if you're not comfortable with this, please call a local electrician.


Jl price match done for me too. Very happy but they refund difference within 28 days of order

30W LED Floodlight with PIR £14.34 Delivered @ CPC
Found 22nd OctFound 22nd Oct
As above. Appears to be a good price with delivery included.
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Sure, a PIR is simply a movement activated switch and can be used to power up anything upon detection of movement. (they normally also bolt on an adjustable countdown timer) You can also use just one PIR to supply power to dozens of LED floodlights :-)


Can I take PIR from my old halogen lamp and add it to an LED one without PIR, save me 7 quids... Just saying !!!??? (:I :/


What brightness is the light? ie. colour?


Can the pir be wired to switch on another slave light as well?


10w LED floodlight £2.28 @ CPC
Found 16th OctFound 16th Oct
As above. Appears to be a decent price Need to get over £8 ex VAT for free delivery might be worth adding in a switched extension lead if you haven’t already or just search the t… Read more
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It looks like they were overwhelmed with orders on the back of this post - as per above the deal was pulled. Sorry about that some you win some you lose :(


Thanks for your order, unfortunately the item you’ve ordered is no longer stocked, I have cancelled this order for you. Sorry for any inconvenience caused. Kind regards Charlotte


Thanks for pointing that out - don't know how I missed it! (y)



Why has this been expired? Heat for the deal - I doubt you could get similar for cheaper!

PRO ELEC 20W LED Floodlight with PIR

£10.78 delivered @ CPC
Found 14th OctFound 14th Oct
PRO ELEC PEL01012 20W LED Floodlight with PIR price delivered.

Just bought one - the box and paperwork show it as being IP65


Good price I might give one a try. How do perform over time? I've not tried this brand. A similar price to the one's sold in Home Bargains which I have found to be reliable as well as solid being state (No relay)


I recently bought & installed (in place of an old no longer working Halogen Lamp) the £11.34 priced floodlight (with IP44). It has 100mm of cable to connect to, so need to allow for a protected connection to that. It works very well & provides plenty of light. Very happy with this purchase & good price. (y)


Ordered the 10w version a few weeks ago, came with a 30cm cable attached so will also need a ip65 or better cable connector. Didn't keep mine as the light had a horrible blue/green tinge to it.


From the mains directly, they don't have an external transformer. So, what it connects to needs to be waterproof (if the connection is outside the house) Usually they come with a short length of mains flex attached (30cm) but this one says nothing

Ring Floodlight Cam - Black £169.15 using code OCT18 at  Wickes
Found 4th OctFound 4th Oct
Use code OCT18 to bring the price down to £169.15. The black version is down to £199 at the moment which is why this price can be achieved. This is the cheapest price around (Elec… Read more

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No longer available - voucher only valid between 04/10 - 08/10


Picked mine up from my local store, box looked a bit battered but assured was new and in a massive rush so brought it home.....to discover it's most definitely a customer return! No mounting plate in the box and fingerprints all over the bloody thing. Absolutely fuming, CS getting an angry call first thing. Surely it is illegal to pass off customer retiurns as new?


Ordered. Heat added.


Cash back too 😄 via Quidco!

Solar Powered LED Floodlight W/ PIR, Remote Solar Panel & 1000 Lumen Output £24.99 W/ Code RM5AUL @ Robert Dyas (Free C&C)
Found 3rd OctFound 3rd Oct
Powder coated aluminium for outdoor protection 8 Metre detection range 3 Light functions 60 LED Panel

Even though it gave option to order via German warehouse my tracking shows its coming from China :/


Bought 3 similar (not same) ones from Wickes 2y ago. Works great. My neighbor has then for last 4y and works great still. Wickes ones are pretty bright and work great even in winter. Working flawlessly


And no IP rating, if it survives the winter you will have done very well.


Code not valid anymore? :(


Get a new rechargeable battery from Toolstation and replace it your self. It will be up and running again with full capacity. I just done with one of my 3 years old one. Battery specifications can be found on your old battery inside black box.


Hi there, I know spared but I bought a luceco in Screwfix and it died in less then a year. Bad luck maybe


The Luceco lights are a far better build quality to the other ones listed here. I’ve fitted all types, including the LAP ones from Screwfix and in my experience Luceco are definitely worth paying that little bit more for the quality.


Actually, this would have been perfect for me. Small back garden and the 10w I have is way too bright, you can see it through thick voiles and curtains and the pre installed wire would have saved on faff.


I would think a pre-wired light would be inconvenient to swap in for an existing light.


Okay cheers for the detailed feedback (y) I'll be watching that toolstation one ready to post if goes on sale. Looks brilliant compared to this deal Your last link leads to 30W for £15 instaed of 20w for £11 though


A 500w 12 quid halogen PIR is still worth considering in some situations. They knock out about 9000 lumens compared to 7000 for 100w led. They ARE bright. For simple security deterence effect they can do the job cheaply ,even better in a vandalism situation. Ideally you do not want them to be triggered so the minimal time they are on isn't an issue. For illumination purposes ,as the item posted is, LED is the way to go. A cold deal.


Hide your IP camera in it !!! Cheap waterproof housing.


I posted a halogen site light a while back that also went cold. Now I know it applies to wall mounted home lights too, I will give up on all things halogen. Some people did talk about tinkering with these lights though, taking them apart and upgrading and so on. It's a cheap base unit with that in mind.


Halogen you say?.........


No PIR and halogen. Poor value compared to LED equivalent

30W LED Floodlight with PIR £15 delivered @ CPC
Found 27th SepFound 27th Sep
As above, appears to be a good price compared to elsewhere. 20W version is £11.35 delivered cpc.farnell.com/pro-elec/pel00936/20w-led-floodlight-with-pir/dp/LA07322 50W versio… Read more
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Are you returning for a full refund plus cost of postage?


Cool white, 6000K, if you can believe their documentation.


Can anyone who’s had one delivered tell me what colour the light is please, is it cool white or warm white?


It is too late for me to ring them now. I wonder if they'll provide a self addressed label to return them in the box they provided or just collect them.?


The box notes IP44 on the side and yet shows a large picture of the lamp on the front and the back of the box showing IP65. Both of my 30w type turned up today. One looks to be a user return, being scratched up.

Ring Floodlight Cam HD Security Camera with Built-In Floodlights - £185 @ Amazon
Found 26th SepFound 26th Sep
Black or white Requires professional installation and field of view is 270 degree See, hear and speak to people on your property from your phone or tablet Shine the lights and… Read more

Argos had a "glitch" for around £140 a few months ago from memory so hoping it goes back to that price point soon.


Sent mine back.... constant trigger alerts from my cat with the camera being on the lowest setting (People only). Rings response an animal can be defined as a human 😳. Sent it back got a nest outdoor cam and nest hello doorbell so glad I did. Much better product and ecosystem. No more false alerts from pets and foxes


Damn I knew I should f invested in Hikvision


If it's as good as the door bell it'll be great.


Good price at the moment but ring have done these just under £150 so I’m holding on. Heat none the less :D

Ring Floodlight Camera - £159.20 @ Argos
Found 26th AugFound 26th Aug
Not the cheapest it’s been but decent price Use HOME20 to get further 20% off

Yeah me too, sucks but I think it was a mistake on Argos website. Hoping they come down to this price again on Black Friday.


Nooo Was going to buy another one


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Expired unfortunately. Home20 no longer works...


Code not working for me comes up Oh dear, your order is not eligible for this deal.

Home Protector I-Spot Floodlight 10w - £5.99 / £8.94 delivered @ Aldi ( Online Exclusive)
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
Home Protector I-Spot Floodlight 10w - £5.99 / £8.94 delivered @ Aldi ( Online Exclusive)
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
Cheap, slimline 50w ip65 LED floodlight, £10.20 delivered @ CPC
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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