Outdoor Lighting

Browse our products below, or read more about this category.

Outdoor lights include those with an IP rating of IP54, IP65, or similar. The second number in an IP rating denotes the LED lights' resistance to water ingress.

We can also recommend our LED downlights with a waterproof rating of IP44. These lights can be installed in bathrooms or under the eaves outdoors.

Outdoor Garden Lights

Popular outdoor garden lights in our range include:

  • Philips LED Floodlight
  • Osram Motion Sensor Floodlight
  • Philips Solar Bollard Light
  • Verbatim PAR38 Spot Light

Waterproof Rated LED Lights

You may notice that many of the light fittings in this collection are not exclusively for outdoor usage. In reality, they can be used anywhere. 

LED battens with an outdoor rating are often favoured in car parks. Even if the carpark is indoors or underground, there's still a good chance they'll encounter at least a splash of water.

Some of our LED high bay lights also carry a full weatherproof rating. These too, are most likely to be installed indoors (inside factories, warehouses, sheds and workshops). But thanks to their IP65 outdoor rating, they have also been installed in horse arenas, tennis courts, and elsewhere.

Streetlights are a lighting category which needs to be completely waterproof. We sell a basic Philips LED Streetlight as well as a Solar Powered Street Light.

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