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Yes, it's great that it turns on automatically when it detects motion but why oh why could Philips not gone the extra yard and made it disable itself when it's not dark??? It comes on all day long regardless of the ambient light and wastes the batteries!
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Initial post: 11 Jun 2009 20:22:10 BDT
S. Kent says:
Because it was designed to be used in places and locations where its always dark or light is restricted such as cuboards and sheds!
In reply to an earlier post on 27 Nov 2009 16:38:47 GMT
C. Cooper says:
If that is the case why in the advertising does it have it shown lighting a lady walking into a room? I think the person posting made a good point, a built in light sensor would have been a good feature.
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Posted on 18 Jan 2010 18:23:07 GMT
M. Sims says:
Agree, it was the one thing I too thought should be added. However, as it turns off after 20 seconds it should not eat too much into the battery life.
In reply to an earlier post on 20 Apr 2010 22:07:42 BDT
S. Sadiq says:
Philips launched a higher spec model that has a daylight sensor to get round this issue, called the SpotOn UltraLED SPOTON ULTRA WS
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