All Lighting Discounts, Offers and Sale - August 2018
Great buy if you can find stock locally. Unfortunately none near me. Happy hunting. Stock in High Wycombe currently......
I have 2 & mine are rose gold, certainly not pink. Excellent at this price.
Indoor, the lights plug in.
are they indoor or outdoor?
Yes definitely, I agree! It's been this price for about 3 weeks and still not all sold at such a good discount so I imagine it's the colour! But will suit some people's taste/decor I'm sure :D
Great lamp in terms of build quality
Think fire flys in a jar.
I had the same issue with the single solar light bulbs from pound shop same design , i just heated up a needle at the bottom to make a small hole which you cant see to let the water out , really badly designed .
These are rubbish. One small led at the top of each bulb. Taking mine back. The B&M Bargain ones are good with several LED's per bulb. Very bright and long lasting.
i bought similar to these from Asda and both sets stopped working, the bulbs actually filled with water believe it or not.
Solar bulbs but Batteries required: 1 x AA Batteries Included?
Was going to buy one of these at full price, glad i waited thank u heat from me
Hi this is the link on amazon with size info Cute Pink and White Unicorn Nightlight Battery Operated https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07661W7ZB/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_Jy1BBb4HNY048
How big are these?
These are good quality I bought one mains operated from range and if knocked it chipped easily Was plastic. Too
We bought one of these yesterday, the only problem I found is that it doesn't dim, the switch looks like it should but it's either on or off!
Is it battery manufacturers who continue to try sell incandescent bulbs? I think an LED device would be a better option, despite how cheap this seems. I purchased 2 of these recently, they with great: http://s.aliexpress.com/AVFZF36b
did you clean it with vinegar every now and then? and use filtered water? If you're in London these devices wont last 5 min! our water is so bad!
Contact Amazon about the order, doesn't necessarily have to be in the returns section. I did this for my girlfriends cheap waxing pot that gave up the ghost after 7 months and, even though it was not supplied by amazon they still refunded me via a gift voucher that was activated once they received the returned item after sending it to them free post.
Phone them or get in contact with the manufacturer, must have at least a year warranty
To be fair, it is pictured next to a phone with an app running...
Elmoandtelly03: I would have sent it back How to go about with that? No option to anymore on Amazon.
yes, good idea ... will do, thanks
For me: ZigBee, Homekit
What's the advantage over getting WiFi enabled RGB bulbs? Like Xiaomi yeelighy
Might be worth putting the ‘buy two, get 30% off’ bit at the beginning of the description. The title is cut off before that bit, in the listing view on my phone.
that's just the way they are - may not suit everyone's application - always best to consider these things
These e14 dont seem very practical, they are 117mm long. They would protrude on every e14 lamp I have. Seem much longer than most e14 bulbs.
Well, thanks for saying... I'm a new poster here (only done three posts so far) was wondering why my posts are going cold when these amazon 30% deals offer great value... equates to paying just under £30 per bulb..
Sorry I accidentally voted cold while scrolling. I don't know enough about these to know if it is a good deal or not so I want going to vote at all (shock)
... good idea - will do, thanks for the suggestion
You might need to specify the actual cost of the deal. i.e. It's actually £118.99 for 4 bulbs. Does seem to be a good deal if you need that many.
I bought same on Amazon for ~£61 few months back
Sorry, can't say... I only look out for deals on the bulbs - I haven't posted a deal on here before and can't figure out why this one is currently -63 deg when this deals means you pay just under £30 per bulb ... that's a good deal in my books... actually I've just bought 6 more!
Was two of these and a hub for £80 a few days ago.
Mine came yesterday, very easy to clean and you get a little brush with it as well - had some jasmine in it last night just rinsed out and wiped over with a baby wipe now got hot apple pie going in it and smells good!
MIne hasn't arrived yet but in the picture it looks easy enough
How easy is it to clean? Had a similar one and was a nightmare to clean kept getting mold in spots it was fantastic for the baby but i chucked it due to it being impossible to keep clean
No it’s off the customer pictures, the one I ordered is coming on Monday - I paid for it and some oils
Is that the free one they sent you?
Imagine: a dead one of these in your bed! (shock)
Cheers op ordered for my daughter who is mad about horses and unicorns, won't be able to get her to sleep at night now with it on :D 🐎🐴🐎🐴
Cheap, badly made tat to scare children with. What's not to like?
Been after one of these ever since I just saw this deal. It's beautiful!
I set it a few PSI more as it drops once stopped on my 18" wheels, I have a decent analog pressure gauge I use after to get it spot on. My old RAC640 was more accurate but I wanted something smaller to leave in the car
I have the older digital model, apart from losing the football adaptor everything still works great, don't think this is worth double the price I paid then. Unless you are in a hurry simply wait for it to drop again.
I remember there being a lot of reports of the digi display packing up on these. So i bought the cheaper analogue RAC610 one. Had it about 8 years now and still works fine. Was well worth £8. When these are going they vibrate like hell, which is what i think kills a digi display. My advice, buy the cheaper analogue one.
I have one of these. Paid less last year. Happy with it but every now and then it doesn't seem to stop when it reaches the desired pressure. Anyone else having this issue?
I bought the older Ring RAC630 model back in 2012 for around £14 and found it very reliable. Had a slow puncture for last 3 years so gets used once every couple of weeks or so. Would've replaced the tyres but they are 255/40/R18 run flats and I cant justify the price when they still have quite a bit of tread left. It has been little to no hassle topping them up, but can't vouch that this newer RAC635 model is as reliable.
Thank you (cheeky)
lidl have something very similar to this instore now for around £8
Must be all about that dirty affiliate income Gearbest pays out.
Voted cold, sorry but they're trying to conveniently manipulate everybody here.
The problem isn't oos or old deals.. it's HUKDs weird "whitelist" for Chinese vendors on Amazon. They don't actually share the list with anyone but the amount of deals I've seen deleted because the seller is from China is crazy, considering the cheap trash you can buy from gearbest where customer service is awful yet posting a deal sold by Chinese vendor but fulfilled by Amazon(easy returns etc) isn't allowed?? Baffles me..
(highfive) <-- Couldn't leave you hanging!
It has a pink band as well.
Me to what is this ?
How to spot a hooker a twenty paces. (highfive)
Very good price. I have a few of them at home.
E14 is SES
Says e27 on top of box and in description
It is ES27 or ES14
Brilliant deal if they last anything like the claimed 15000 hours. Ordered 15 for our communal hallways & voted hot
Still at £79.99. Just purchased at £69.99, don't mind waiting longer as cheaper than the default prime price by £10 and still covered by a-z guarantee. Only 2 (now 1) left in stock though!
It’s down to £114.07 now!
I'm loving the interactivity of the hue kit so far. About to install some lightstrips and considering getting a couple of the E27 bulbs for my desk lamps. It's a big trade of on £ for standard bulbs, or the fun, adjustability and ££(£) of these hue bulbs but I think they're well worth it. I love them just for cool light during the day and warm light at night.
These worth upgrading all my standard lightbulbs? I'm quite on the fence about the price of the bulbs etc
What was the prime day price?