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30W LED Floodlight with PIR £14.34 Delivered @ CPC
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Found 22nd OctFound 22nd Oct
As above. Appears to be a good price with delivery included.
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Leftfield_2k2

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 :-)

stainless77

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 :/

ripper1001

What brightness is the light? ie. colour?

oberon9

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

ssc1

tsk. hardly. its an option for others wanting 20w version (flirt)

Pir motion sensor Solar security LED light 550 lumens by Spear & Jackson Select £14.99 in-store@ Home bargain Belle Vale Liverpool
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LocalLocalFound 20th OctFound 20th Oct
HB in-store had about 8 boxes, I never purchased myself so can't review it. On the box info No wiring required. Pir sensor activates light when Motion is detected. Durable and wate… Read more
Pateo

Obviously there are lots of different versions/build's of these, I must of been lucky for mine to last 3 years and it gets lots of rain etc , quite exposed site. I did actually seal the glass window with silicone sealant when I first installed it as the inside of the glass was showing a little condensation build up, so maybe that's why it's lasted :/

ferry4u

Bought one last year lasted 3 months .garbage bins all over uk must be full of them just saying

Pateo

I've got a different brand solar powered light from Amazon, had it about three years now. It's positioned over front door area and solar panel is positioned about 6 feet away on facia boards facing in a westerly direction. It comes on about a dozen times each night usually triggered by cats. Never had a problem with it, works 12 months of the year!

sandstone1

Problem with these is , it's winter when you most need it.But as the nights get longer it wont charge enough to power.

MAURICE_BOYLAN

Sorry but these have been on sale for a long time now at this price. Being sola Light output is equivalent to 4 candles and if it comes on several times you will be down to match light 💡. Sorry

EKEN 720P HD WiFi Real-time Video Doorbell Support Two-way Audio PIR Motion Detection £22.81 @ Zapals
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Found 16th OctFound 16th Oct
Hi Saw this on Zapals and have taken a punt! Obviously not as good as the Ring or other more expensive items but could be of use to someone?
Norseg

This website makes millions and it's got no ads ;)

Oneday77

Probably won’t even look like an accident.

Norseg

Lately I've been running a little conspiracy (ninja) They're onto me, if i accidentally slip and die you know why ;)

Oneday77

I couldn’t possibly moderate on that comment :p

Norseg

Are you calling me a shill or the mod/editor team (cheeky)

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PRO ELEC 20W LED Floodlight with PIR

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

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)

CoriolisEffect

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)

stewie

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.

jasee

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

BlackCloud

Good price for a 20w LED. Recently bought the 30w in Lidl which is also good at £19.99. Find that has coverage approximately that of my older 300w light although with all these LEDs the light is a lot colder/blue

Osram 50w led flood light with PIR - £24.78 @ Amazon
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Found 10th OctFound 10th Oct
Good quality branded spotlight at a great price.
too

The one you mentioned is not driverless. It also has an embedded IR sensor - it is better to have a sensor separately installed as it is another element which can break - sorry - will break sooner than LED array.

veedubjai

Not sold anymore? https://www.screwfix.com/c/electrical-lighting/pir-floodlights/cat8370005?brand=brackenheath

too

Next time pick a driverless floodlight - usually LED driver fails while the LED array is still working fine. I am using my Brackenheath iSpot 50W from Screwfix for a couple of years now without issues but it is not sold anymore surely due to lowering their floodlight sales because of it's durability.

PACMAN123456

Yes you can...just make sure the plug has a 5amp fuse in

Fotune

I bought different once from Amazon they failed in less than a year the support from Amazon was less than help full for things like this i would go to a bricks and mortar shop that you can take back

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

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

bubblesmoney

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

Bully

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

MajesticUnicorn

Code not valid anymore? :(

rikesh_

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.

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platypus07

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.

DivideByZero

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.

duncancosgrove

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

saintsmoney

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

brightonly

and Lidl have a special for a 18w for £12 this week. Bought one and it's great.

30W LED Floodlight with PIR £15 delivered @ CPC
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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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Jukesy224

Are you returning for a full refund plus cost of postage?

scotty2

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

platypus07

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

VimesUK

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.?

VimesUK

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.

Swann DVR8-4980 8 Channel Digital Video Recorder with 4 x 5MP PRO-5MPMSB PIR Cameras @ Costco
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Found 27th AugFound 27th Aug
What's In The Box: 1 x 8 channel DVR with 2TB hard drive 4 x 5MP cameras 4 x 60ft/18m BNC cables Ethernet cable HDMI cable Power adapter and splitter Mouse Mounting scre… Read more
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JejoAma

Still in stock but using different link its on the hot buys check it out x

1ks

Did you see they were out of stock at the time of post?

Blooma Kenoro LED Solar Floodlight With PIR - £22 @ B&Q (free C&C)
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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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col11

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

texaspetey

Exactly!

deleted434948

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.

Mike626

Good find :)

col11

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

Solar Guardian LED White PIR Wall Light - 1.5W - £17.50 @ Wickes
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Found 18th JunFound 18th Jun
Sensor Type: PIR Depth: 10 mm Height: 9 mm Width: 16 mm Bulb Type: LED Bulb Supplied: Yes Wattage: 1.5 W Lumens: 180 lm Power Type: Solar IP Rating: IP44 Colour: White L… Read more
J4GG4

I have a non LED version of this from this: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Waterproof-Powered-Security-Intelligient-Driveway/dp/B01HG73VLE/ref=sr_1_29?ie=UTF8&qid=1529360299&sr=8-29&keywords=solar+light+garden Paid £10 or £12 for it.. which so far... has lasted 5 years and I haven't yet changed the batteries.

Hubal

Thanks Andy! That's what I could constructive. Don't just "cold" it show a better idea.

texaspetey

Yes agree with above, dim all the time is a drain on the battery so it won’t work when you need it.

AndyRoyd

Spec indicates it auto illuminates dim during darkness and becomes brighter for brief period on motion detection, but this combination often results in flat battery so no function at all well before dawn. May be wise to consider alternatives that have option of motion-trigger only. Amazon fulfills combination options from £7, and recently were banging out a 4-pack for less than £9 http://archive.is/1HYOP

Good wee security floodlight - LAP YB-G1307-b LED PIR Black 10W Daylight £8.99 @ Screwfix
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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
montana78

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

h8ten

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.

kamz58

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

pibpob

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.

pibpob

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

LAP SLIMLINE LED PIR FLOODLIGHT BLACK 50W COOL WHITE £12.99 @ Screwfix
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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
danielhodgson85

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

Tailhook21

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.

eatmybogbrush

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.

Dodge62

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.

M-M

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.

Wickes Compact White Halogen Floodlight with PIR - 120W R7S £5 @ Wickes free C+C
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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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MakoBytes

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.

Pricebusters

cold for halogen

tomminator

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

danflorin3

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

ding

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.

Philips myGarden Dusk PIR Wall Lantern - Light Grey@ Argos £17 (£50 Amazon)
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Found 26th AprFound 26th Apr
This Philips myGarden Solar light has an integrated solar panel as part of the light. The light is free of cables and emits up to 100 lumens of light, enough to illuminate a define… Read more
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Monaco.Blue

That’s a pity. This morning I was spoilt for choice where I could reserve for May. Lots of local options and even more in Central London. The HUKD rush no doubt...

johnszi23

Yeah, I knew that... Still (poo)

summerof76

OOS

royy

No stock anywhere

CloudHeaven

Got something similar (in function but without PIR, not design) on my pergola, looks lovely on a warm summers evening all lit up. Not sure I would want them on my house though?

PIR SENSOR FIRST DOOR ALARM WITH 2 CONTROLS & MOUNTING BRACKET £6.99 @  Amazon Prime
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Ideal for protecting property against intruders. This alarm features an built-in PIR motion sensor that will activate if any movement is detected. It is simple to fix, there are no… Read more
AndyRoyd

I like the way the << Get Deal >> button retained the full descriptive Amazon URL (highfive)

l33d5

Thanks. Didn't realise there were 2 links.

AndyRoyd

Usual HUKD convention with an Amazon marketplace seller is to mention seller's name in title, although the seller's rating may not meet HUKD expectations. May be best to run with the Prime option.

l33d5

Cheers, changed offer.

mcexpertss

It's scrap, and if used in shed, is dead after 2-3 weeks.

30W Wi-Fi LED Bulkhead with PIR and HD Camera £143.99 @ CPC
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PIR Security light with HD camera , microphone and speaker, for 2 ways talking. Captures razor sharp, clear images in consistent, 720p HD picture quality Noise-cancelling microph… Read more
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veedubjai

Yeah with better resolutions with option for cloud service, just weighing out the pros & cons. Don't think this is competing against Yi as OP has no cloud service. You can't change the bulb on this as they are soldered LED chips. Not sure what LED chip brand they using. Would have been better with bulb fittings so you change out when they are faulty. This is a AIO box solution in neater profile with lower cost of ownership compare to Ring's subscription based business model. Can imagine if one component fails as these are exposed to all many of weather conditions but the app itself is pretty good judging on YT reviews. This is Lutec brand for those keen on it.

Mike_HUKD

You could buy 3 of the Yi equivalent cameras for the same price as 1 of these, and still have enough left over to buy a smart bulb. I just don't see how they justify the price.

veedubjai

Wonder if they will be releasing a 1080p model in the future. Expensive, I suppose that's what your paying for, 5 years manufacturer's guarantee.

philrrobinson

Seems quite expensive for 720p camera which I don't think is really HD.

Mike_HUKD

What's it good for? As a camera, it appears average quality with low memory limit and no cloud storage. Better cameras are available at a fraction of the price. As a light it offers nothing above the various smartbulb options available at a fraction of the price. I don't really see whats good about it. Granted I'm basing this purely on the OP, I haven't looked into it beyond that.

LAP SLIMLINE LED PIR FLOODLIGHT BLACK 50W COOL WHITE - £24.99 @ Screwfix
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This seem to be a great price as the next cheapest I can find on Amazon for £34.99. Modern slim design. Aluminium and plastic construction. IP44 Energy Efficient Tilt 100° 1… Read more
bravo2zero1

Just fitted it as I took the picture ( show the wife what I’d done without her approving ) needed settings altering on the sensor

veedubjai

Cool white is just too stark for me. Much prefer warm white or daylight white with separate pir sensors & junction boxes. Only need to replace the faulty part over term.

hooray.henry

I spray mine with wd40/gt85 seems to work.

barginfan

Have to agree. I've had several pir lights fail over the years, all were because of the sensor allowing dirt and moisture ingress.

apur32

This is even working during the day :D

LAP 2617S LED PIR WALL LIGHT BLACK 300LM 9.2W now £12.99 @ Screwfix (Free C&C)
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Was £29.99. Better than half price! (y) Up to 25,000 hours life. IP44 PIR Sensor - 8m Detection Range Die-Cast Aluminium Fixed 9.2W per Lamp Equivalent to 9.2W Non-Dim… Read more
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bearcat

Purchased one when the offer was posted. Not a lot of room in the rear fitting for the power cable, but I eventually got it wired up.

ChrisWaby

No wattage is drawn from the entire fitting until the PIR is triggered by motion which switches on the light.

Ravenelli

Thank you OP. Ordered (y)

sbirsen

How bright is this? 300lm doesn't sound very bright, I might be wrong though

rhodyate

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