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Blooma Weyburn Black Mains-powered Cool white Outdoor LED PIR Motion sensor Floodlight 800lm
- Tiltable head 90° up & down
- Only fixings included
- 5 years guarantee
- PIR Motion sensor
Features and benefits
This light is ideal for lighting and decorating a pathway or a driveway, and to help you to walk safely at night time.
- You can install it in a garden, along a walkway, a garage way, or recessed in a terrace.
- It can detects any movements up to 10 meters.
- The sensor is suitable with all outdoor weather variations such as rain.
- Outdoor design protects fixture from rain outward
Health and safety
Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.
|Light colour||Cool white|
|Material||Aluminium & glass|
|PIR detection angle||120°|
|PIR detection range||10m|
|Power voltage supply||220-240V|
Gcc9876 - 3 months ago
The first one of these stopped working after a few months. The second developed (or had) an electrical fault that kept tripping my RCD
With over 95% of the reviews here being one star and similar in nature, I cannot understand why B&Q continue to sell this poor quality product
Probe - 3 months ago
Connecting wire poorly designed light lasted 13 months in an area over my bins so not really over used in that time still got my receipt so will get money back and source a light with a changeable bulb.
Steve1300 - 5 months ago
2 died within 12 months. Absolute junk. Do kit buy these lamps
One bitten twice bitten
Toobusyforrubbish - 6 months ago
I bought this as a replacement for the previous one that failed after a couple of months thinking perhaps there was a fault with the first one. Sadly no it appears it is just a really poor unit as the second one failed after about the same amount of time. Really not a happy bunny.
Avoid at all costs unless you like wasting your money and time.
Cari - 8 months ago
Waste of money, with a 5 year guarantee you expect it to last 5 years: two failed in less than a year.