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Amazon.com has Mr Beams 300-Lumen LED Spotlight w/ Motion Sensor (Single, MB380) on sale for $12.64. Shipping is free w/ Prime or $25+. Thanks gabe23111
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  • Ultra bright LED's with minimum power consumption, 300 Lumens. Making this one of the brightest wireless spotlights on the market (including solar)
  • Motion sensor turns LED spotlight on and off automatically, giving you bright light wherever you need it
  • Perfect outdoor lighting in any climate. This dual LED spotlight features a weatherproof design for durability and reliable function
  • Simple wireless installation in minutes, no need to hire an electrician. Mounting hardware included
  • This LED light provides 400 square feet of coverage, battery operated by four D-Cell batteries (not included)
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For those worried about them being battery powered, I usually have to replace the batteries in my Mr. Beam lights every 18-24 months.
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Quote from flickertheflame View Post : Battery powered for an outdoor sensor is horrible ... If you install it too low it could get stolen but if you install it too high then you need to get the ladder out every time the batteries need to be replaced. In a high traffic area a solar light makes more sense but this could make for a nice little light for the backyard.


I hate that you guys live in areas where criminals steal lights off of your homes, sure doesn't sound like a nice place to live!
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It's up to the community to decide whether it's a deal but I can share why I thought it was a deal... I don't remember ever seeing it priced this low and it's usually $20+ on Amazon.


If you'd be so kind as to tell me why it's not a deal I'd appreciate it as I can still cancel my order Smilie


I have the MB330 which is less than half as powerful as this and am quite happy with it.
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It's up to the community to decide whether it's a deal but I can share why I thought it was a deal... I don't remember ever seeing it priced this low and it's usually $20+ on Amazon.


If you'd be so kind as to tell me why it's not a deal I'd appreciate it as I can still cancel my order Smilie


I have the MB330 which is less than half as powerful as this and am quite happy with it.
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Why is this a deal?
Maybe because regular price at HomeDepot is $30 ?

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Mr-Be.../205299973

There it's reviewed with 4.4 / 5 stars
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Why is this a deal?
its cheaper than similar products, but they are pretty crappy products IMO. they are sort of bright.. they take d-cell batteries. so... you can spend $14 on one and constantly have to replace batteries for god knows how much(i dont even know what d cells cost these days cause it's not 1998), and deal with replacing said batteries(difficult depending on how high you have this mounted) or you can get a solar led light for $20 that will last years without any batteries.

so it's a deal on a crap product. deal, yes... but not necessarily a good buy IMO.
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I'm a big fan of mr beams lights, but an outdoor light + not solar = NO SALE
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I'm a big fan of mr beams lights, but an outdoor light + not solar = NO SALE
Can you suggest a good solar alternative?
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Battery powered for an outdoor sensor is horrible ... If you install it too low it could get stolen but if you install it too high then you need to get the ladder out every time the batteries need to be replaced. In a high traffic area a solar light makes more sense but this could make for a nice little light for the backyard.
I agree with high traffic areas. Mine is installed in my backyard, with no trees or other shrubs to set it off. Need a ladder to get to it. However, my batteries lasted 3-4 months, which was awesome.
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Good deal. I use it to illuminate stairs on the front porch as guests come and go. The area is in a position where it doesn't get much sun and I did not want to install new wiring which would cost much more.
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For those worried about them being battery powered, I usually have to replace the batteries in my Mr. Beam lights every 18-24 months.
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Quote from flickertheflame View Post : Battery powered for an outdoor sensor is horrible ... If you install it too low it could get stolen but if you install it too high then you need to get the ladder out every time the batteries need to be replaced. In a high traffic area a solar light makes more sense but this could make for a nice little light for the backyard.


I hate that you guys live in areas where criminals steal lights off of your homes, sure doesn't sound like a nice place to live!
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For those worried about them being battery powered, I usually have to replace the batteries in my Mr. Beam lights every 18-24 months.
Holy cow. I have 6 indoor Mr beam lights and the batteries lasted 2 months. I work nights so I have them set to come on when I walk in the breezeway and thru the garage. I went with rechargeable batteries on one but that one didn't last as long as the battery powered one.
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Battery powered for an outdoor sensor is horrible ... If you install it too low it could get stolen but if you install it too high then you need to get the ladder out every time the batteries need to be replaced. In a high traffic area a solar light makes more sense but this could make for a nice little light for the backyard.
Too bad you have to worry about things being stolen or ladders - I've had a few of their products and the only thing you have to worry about is pointing it a branch that moves in the wind. I've had them last over a year when just pointing at a path or sidewalk with no branches and 2-3 activations a night.

The really neat product is the MBN35x series that you can "network" together via RF (4 different channels/sets of light possible) so when you trip one, all of them come on. Great for lighting the whole perimeter anytime any part of it is entered, or an entire walkway, driveway, patio, etc. Also you want to be careful when you replace the batteries as if you do not close it properly water can get in - always check the seals.

The two-pack in brown is currently a deal at $38.32 Amazon prime.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00OYHSP9I/
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