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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!

Solar Guardian LED White PIR Wall Light - 1.5W - £17.50 @ Wickes
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

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.


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


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


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
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.

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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.

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.

Philips myGarden Dusk PIR Wall Lantern - Light Grey@ Argos £17 (£50 Amazon)
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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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...


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




No stock anywhere


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?

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Found 7th AprFound 7th Apr
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

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


Thanks. Didn't realise there were 2 links.


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.


Cheers, changed offer.


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
Found 23rd FebFound 23rd Feb
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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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.


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.


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.


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


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.

Found 21st FebFound 21st Feb
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

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


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.


I spray mine with wd40/gt85 seems to work.


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


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)
Found 19th FebFound 19th Feb
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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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.


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


Thank you OP. Ordered (y)


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



50W LED Floodlight with PIR Sensor, 6000K, IP65. free delivery £18.72 @ CPC
Found 19th JanFound 19th Jan
link: http://cpc.farnell.com/unbranded/110-004/50w-ultilux-floodlight-pir-daylight/dp/LP10859 Was looking at the 30w on CPC (good co. by the way) and missed deal. Hunted down th… Read more
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Thanks. A bit pathetic that they don't tell you this important information, but then Toolstation omits it from the description of their PIR sensor too - and the comments say it doesn't!


The 30W version does, so it's likely this one does as well.


Does this latch on if you switch it on, off and on again rapidly? Thanks.


Any ideas on the detection distance, I was looking at the pro electronic one recently which is 12 m . But over 50 quid. I'm guessing this one isn't as far.


they have not mentioned at all. I got the suspicion that is not very efficient but for as bad as it can be I think no less than 3400L. Anyway, they are better than the standard 500w halogen and the very efficient one can reach over 3800. What does worry me is actually the 6000k, it is very cold

Large 54 LED Outdoor Waterproof Garden PIR Motion Sensor Solar Recharged Security 3 Mode LED Wall Light @ 7dayShop
Found 12th JanFound 12th Jan
Get 50% Off 54 x LED Outdoor Waterproof Solar Charged Security Lights Only £18.09 with code SAVELED

are these any good




Much appreacviated, can you provide the link?


Thanks, ordered, something to light the side of the house when I go to the garage..


Same on Ebay £16.99

15w LED Garden Floodlight incl PIR sensor £7.79 at Screwfix Clearance
Found 8th JanFound 8th Jan
Yet ANOTHER screwfix deal but this is mega cheap. Its more expensive than this to buy the PIR on its own, so at under £8 for the full light and PIR unit, this seems a bargain. Whi… Read more
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Interesting. I've got 2 of these (10w and 22w). They are absolutely brilliant. I was pretty impressed with the quality and how well the PIR works (hardly any false positives). I've had the 10w over a year now.


I cannot recommend these for the quality, go 3 of them last time they were on offer - put 1 up, and binned the others (pir was broke on one even before taking it out of the box) - will potentially swap out the one currently out


in store only it does include PIR and I consider it better than the 20w I bought few months ago @ screwfix for around the same price. This one sound more efficient and brighter also helped by the fact tht the angle is narrower (the yale)


Bought one of these back in august and this is the normal price they sell for. will say though they are very good and i was pleasantly surprised at how bright it is, better than the old 500w halogen it replaced. only slight grips is the PIR FOV isnt quite wide enough but its not bad


No stock in Kent waste of time

Massive Oslo Outdoor Wall Light Stainless Steel with PIR Sold by Amazon for £7.50 Prime (£11.49 non Prime)
Found 29th Dec 2017Found 29th Dec 2017
Massive Oslo Outdoor Wall Light Stainless Steel with PIR Motion Sensor AMAZON is the seller.

Doesn't matter..it will be at 25.99£


The one without PiR sensor is still available at £7.50, I'm cancelling my PiR sensor order if someone wants it


Any similar product and price. Of course I missed this deal...


I've expired it . Sold-out, at that price anyway. I ordered a couple of them. I hope some others were able to buy too.


no longer available at that price

Solar Super Bright PIR Wall Light £3.50 @ Homebase Then Take Off The 15% Voucher (Maybe!).
Found 28th Dec 2017Found 28th Dec 2017
Picked up one of these in Homebase ,Coventry store today. Marked up on the shelf as £7 scanning at £3.50. No wiring needed with this one as it's solar powered with PIR. Around 6 le… Read more
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Come on that’s so rude!!!!!! But BlOdy funny 8)


Only £2 for 2 at Superdrug geordie7 mate :p


Why not just answer the question? I was gonna ask the exact same, so, I too am an idiot, lolz. (y)


Ermmmm....Not very without any Sun = Solar 8)


The Wise Man Spoke :{ ! If we lived in Oz we would be good with all solar power (y)

Plug in PIR night light with detachable torch, half price - £5 @ Homebase
LocalLocalFound 20th Dec 2017Found 20th Dec 2017
Plug in PIR night light with detachable torch. Switches on automatically if a power cut occurs. Brought one of these at full price earlier in the year and has been working non stop… Read more
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I bought 2 of these, they give out a good bright light, really useful. Great as a torch too. One of them just stopped working after about 4 months, but the other one is going strong after 18 months.... so mixed thoughts from me. Heat anyway for the price


Had these for around four years from Costco , still going strong no issues at all.


when they work super bright


Had them as well.....failed miserably


Also bought these from Costco a year or so ago. Loved then at first but then the PIR on both of the ones I had failed so now they're just used as torches but I don't doubt that the wireless recharging will fail sooner or later

Homebase Yale LED PIR 1200lm  £7
LocalLocalFound 19th Dec 2017Found 19th Dec 2017
The come in Black and white and there is a smaller 600lm version and larger 1800lm. on-line they say in store only at £7/£10. I was checking Yesterday and the staff member was cha… Read more
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Think I will stick a plug on them and test them for a while before mounting outside. they are replacing some old 500w that have not been used for years. The PIR seem to be the weak point on a lot of these types of lights The main unit looks the same as the non PIR version which is rated at IP65


I've tested a few of these. One failed within 5 mins the other was fine. These models use the older relay switching technology unlike the ultra slim solid state variants. But a very good price. £10 for the 22w model.


Both can be linked to work on the same power feed. If one light detects motion then only that light will turn on. In my garden both my lights are a few metres apart so the pir angle beam on both lights over laps. So when one pir gets triggered the other light turnes on as well. Sometimes there's a delay of 3 seconds but that's purely down environmental factors. If the lights are to be places in 2 different places like on opposite sides of a building then it won't work to your needs. Your better buying a separate Pir on its own and 2 standalone led flood lamps. That will work to the way you want it to.


There are quite a few Solar lights around with PIR, problem is the brightness and length of time they will work over the winter with the shorter charge time if you want to light north facing areas of the house/garage like I do then the solar panel needs a cable to get it to an area it gets any sun. The other issue price for the better ones not easy to find Solar PIR with a decent brightness cheap. under £10, you will find wired options from the usual places(sheds, screwfix, toolstation....)as stock rotates. These Yale branded look identical to the Luceco(support is by Luceco for the Yale one) that are available from places like screwfix @ £24. https://www.screwfix.com/p/luceco-guardian-led-floodlight-pir-black-15w/1633v#product_additional_details_container


Has LUX and time what is missing is PIR sensitivity.

20w PIR Sensor Flootlight £11.99 @ Home bargains
LocalLocalFound 9th Dec 2017Found 9th Dec 2017
I found these in Home Bargains at Southend On Sea.Hopefully there in all stores. I've bought this brand of their standard led bulbs before and had no failures to date. Not shown on… Read more

I did some testing on this light today. It is reasonably bright at 1600 lumens. I can confirm that construction is very good with an all metal body and glass face. It is also solid state so no relay to cause issues in the future. The 3 setting controls all worked fine with good sensitivity. The only downside is you can't hardwire from inside the light only connect to the existing piece of short flex. Don't think I could better this for the price. Hope this helps.


The PIR's of old were not great. A 500w halogen bulb switching across the contacts of a cheap mains relay often caused the issues you've stated such as sticking contacts or performing erratically. Not sure about this product but modern led PIR's are low enough current to switch via solid state circuitry eliminating the need of a relay.


I bought the £11.99 one, they seem quite good, they are already wired with a short length of flex. The PIR is fully adjustable according to the English manual. The LED is an array LEDs not a single one. Usually PIRs end up either staying on permanently or flashing on and off at irregular intervals (that's my experience anyway) but at this price it's worth just disconnecting the PIR and using it without.


Just what I am looking for, thanks OP


I also have 2 of the non PIR 10w 800 lumen floodlights at £5. They are relatively small and make great work lamps for minimal cost.

Found 29th Nov 2017Found 29th Nov 2017
There can't be many LED PIR Floodlights under £10. This is a Clearance item so not sure if available UK wide but worth a try.
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I bought one as well. It kept turning on itself but mine had some dials at the bottom of the PIR and turned the sensitivity down. Not sure if it is same version or not :/


Great units, I've had mine up a few months now without any problems


Great lights. I bought 3 of the 10w ones last time they were on offer. Build quality looks superb and all 3 of mine work perfectly. The light is good, and lights my driveway as well as my previous 150w halogen did.


Depends what you want it for but ours illuminates an 8m distance down the side of the house with plenty of light to avoid obstacles at night. I think you'd feel uncomfortable reading a book at the full 8m distance but it'd be possible to read signs or something like that. Hope that gives an idea of the brightness.


+1 Likewise. Great (well made) lamps.

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