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Good Led Flood?


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The market is flooded with them!

I used to use a cheapo one with a 5 year warranty but I can find it. :(

I'm looking for one with pir and all the controls, in warm white. Preferably 20w.

Any suggestions?

Thanks :)

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Thanks canoe, looks like those mindfulness courses are paying off ;)

I had a quick look but couldn't find what I was looking for. Will try harder

I use Brakenheath from KEW just round the corner from you, Sydney Rd

Cheers slips, I do pop in there for odds n sods and chat to the old Greek boys still working to the 15th :lol: Am looking for one online as I'm tired of waiting months to get my money back!!!

BTW money is no object as this ones on the NHS. :lol:

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Luxlite are very good...may have to order them in though

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Thanks canoe, helpful as always :pmsl:

I was looking for a product recommendation as I didnt want the hassle of putting up a POS but ended up putting up a POS! well it looks good and works well just inside it's a POS. :lol:

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Thanks canoe, looks like those mindfulness courses are paying off ;)

I had a quick look but couldn't find what I was looking for. Will try harder

Cheers slips, I do pop in there for odds n sods and chat to the old Greek boys still working to the 15th :lol: Am looking for one online as I'm tired of waiting months to get my money back!!!

BTW money is no object as this ones on the NHS. :lol:

 

 

Lol, same here, and they all support Arsenal  .

 

Noticed Screwfix has a new range of LED floods in, looks quite nice.

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http://www.screwfix.com/p/lap-led-slimline-floodlight-with-pir-black-20w/3923h.

just picked up one of screwups new slimline floods. Looks very nice but I think limited on controls ( havent fitted it yet )

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Thanks slipper. :)

Have you read the reviews yet? Doesn't look good but that depends what your using it for?

In the end I went with a 20w LAP from screw****s it was a bit too much of a faff to install.

Allen bolts instead of screws!!!

getting the cable in was a right PITA as the sensor was attached to the rear of the casing meaning you have about and 2 inches of space to get the cable in and tightened down up a ladder with nowhere to put it down. Had to put in a whiska box in to make it easier.

its a shame as they look good and function well but I feel the internal design is pants!

:)

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Yup, read the reviews last night, not good. However one  mentioned there is an adjustment hidden in a  screwdriver hole. I will report back when i fit it.

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I use Brakenheath from KEW just round the corner from you, Sydney Rd

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