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I'm doing my garden in me new build; well I'm paying someone to do the hard it 'landscaping' (it ain't that big).

Obviously I'm gonna do my little bit and add some lighting. When someone else has asked for lighting products, I've always said try Collingwood Lighting.

Now I always knew they were expensive, but I've just done a quick google search on one of their step lights upload_2019-3-4_9-50-14.jpeg £240 :eek:

So as in the title, can I have other cheaper alternatives? Don't say Lap stuff from Screwfix, 'cos I already been there in my previous garden, and never again.
 
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Going in a wall, so needs an anti glare thing or hood.

Like this other Collingwood one, only £150 this time;
 

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Couldn't follow that link, but had a butchers at TLC; seem a bit large for me.
 

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