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OSRAM Nightlux Night light
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- LED light with motion sensor, for indoor and outdoor use, dustproof and splashproof in accordance with safety class IP54
- Choose between three modes - continuous operation and automatic (the light turns off 10 or 60 seconds after the last movement).
- LED light with pivotable lamp head (120°) / you can mount the LED wall light with screws, adhesive tape, or magnets.
- Perfect for use in basements, closets and utility rooms, carports, niches and in stairwells.
- Ideal orientation lighting for children and babies thanks to integrated day/night sensor and motion sensor.
- Osram Nightlux night light
- Easy to install with screws, magnets or adhesive strip
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Top Customer Reviews
Simple to affix
Turns off in the day
Could argue it's too sensitive to motion i.e. turns on when i pass the room,
but better that than not sensitive enough.
I'm just about to change the batteries so battery life was pretty good.
However for a simple design change battery could be extended.
Once triggered why can it not turn it off immediatly the ambient light goes up i.e. I turn the room light on.
At the moment once its triggered it stays on until it's timed out.
This is not a dusk till dawn type of light, but it is set to only light up in the dark, so if you put it in your bathroom and set it to 60sec (or 10 depending on your preference!) It stays off all day or when the light is on and then when you go to the bathroom in the night it comes on and goes off soon after you leave. It stays on once it has spotted you and there are no periods of darkness!
There is two options to attach it to the wall etc. Stick it on or screw it on. Perfect. It is bright enough to light bathroom enough to go to the loo, wash hands etc! but not too bright that it would disturb others if the door was open a fraction.
I bought this as I don't want to wake my baby in the next room when using the bathroom in the night and it is PERFECT!
You can also point the light section up and down to where you want it (should this matter).
Might get another one for the stairs!
The Philips gave a good light but the sensor was too directional it only really came on when you were underneath it so was a better product for static use rather than as a guiding light. This one has a raised sensor and therefore comes on as you approach so it lights where you are going before you reach it.
I had forgotten I had installed it, last night I got in quite late and as I approached it lit up the stairs just as I wanted it to do. This was the first time I had used it as I intended and it did just what I wanted it to do. What else can you ask of something?
Another reviewer wanted longer battery life but it's not too difficult to get these batteries at 50p each, which for 6 months or so of life is probably cheaper than a mains powered solution.
Aside from the fact they go through batteries quickly and are too sensitive (doesn't have to be very dark to set them off) after only a few months they have all become faulty. For the price this is far from impressive. The fault is they keep coming on themselves without any movement to set them off. They also just turn themselves off and on like flicking a light switch off and on. All gone into the bin.
I would avoid.
I installed these into the wife's smelly cupboard as well as a cupboard where we stash the odd bottle of wine and they do the job well.
Check out the photos, but bear in mind, these were taken without the flash and relied on the light from the 'OSRAM Nightlux Night Light'
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Stylish motion activated night light. Very easy to fit as designed to magnetically attach to a 4cm circular metal plate held in place by adhesive. So no need to drill holes. Read morePublished 23 hours ago by Andy
Works within range. But sticky thing don't stick.
Cant catch the bathroom but does the hallway. May need another light for bathroom to light up
I have 3 of these now. It takes 3 x AAA batteries, the LED'S can be moved up or down. I use one in the bathroom as an ambient light for night time, that shows you what your doing... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Paul
Battery lasts well and decent light. I use mine just outside of my front door to light the key hole. Saved me from having to wire in an extra light outside of the porch.Published 4 days ago by Lovejoy
Great little night light - I've been able to set it on top of a mirror frame and it lights up the stairwell perfectly when needed for trips to the loo at night when you don't want... Read morePublished 5 days ago by gingerodgers
I bought 2 of these (£5.07 each) as I found the price quite attractive with the hope that this light is better than the one from Poundland. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Freddie
Bought to eliminate grand children putting lights on whilst using the loo during the night. Only one I could find that was battery powered with built in pirPublished 1 month ago by andrew howells
Brilliant acts as a night light and really helps when I get up at night and I'm recommending it to all my friends.Published 9 months ago by Liz Abraham