LAP Solar Powered LED Bulkhead with PIR & Photocell Silver
LAP Solar Powered LED Bulkhead
Great little light easy to fit on wall 1 screw and the jobs done.
I bought it for the path at the side of our house
which was pitch black at night , this solves the problem , wish I had bought it sooner .
21 Nov 2014
Easy installation one screw and drop slot. Charged up quickly and provides low level lighting that illuminates our back gate, steps and part of the parking area. No cost to run and no wires to install. Two levels of lighting - two small strips on all the time and PIR sensor light. Bright enough to see and won't annoy the neighbours with intrusive brightness.
7 Nov 2014
Stylish & functional
Read the 2 existing reviews before deciding to give these a go. I bought 3 to replace 10 mains powered pillar lights that were connected to a PIR.
They are small...or rather, compact, but I see that as an advantage as they don't stick out so they don't get knocked, and they are unobtrusive.
The size of the unit actually does not compare to the light emitted. The ribbons of light that remain on when it gets dark give a welcoming glow. The radius of the PIR means it picks up movement before you need the light so you are not fumbling around in the dark. 3 of these amply cover my long driveway that previously took 10 mains powered lights to cover.
Fixing is easy - just one screw then the light hooks on. Probably my only negative is that, with just 1 screw hole, if knocked, it will not hang straight, but a simple tweak would set it straight again and they are so light weight that it wouldn't come to any harm if knocked off the wall.
Would give 5 stars but only had them a few days so can't comment on how long they will last but neighbours are already wanting to find out where they can get them!
15 Sep 2014
Solar "Wall Light"
It does seem well built (Metal) and has an accessible battery, which needs to be changed annually.
I can not give its performance or reliability a high rating as I only got it today. Watch the video I made and you decide.
As with anything solar, it depends how much sunshine the unit gets as to how long the light will last for in the dark, guess we will have to wait and see.
Oh, and yes, it is some what small in size, but very bright.
27 Jul 2014