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Home Zone LED Motion Sensor Security Light ^^COSTCO MEMBERS ONLY DEAL^^^ $29.99 In store, shipping $3,99

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I bought this last fall on a similar sale, great light with VERY adjustable lights, really bright and the sensors are very sharp in regard to sensitivity and distance.
Replaced an older standard unit that was failing and wanted LED with adjustable sensor that worked so that when you came within the set range it worked not going on with every car passing the house 60feet away.
Wanted something with very adjustable lights so it wasn't glaring on to neighbors across the street.
In store free pickup and it seems my local stores have plenty. otherwise shipping is $3.99
Just as good as the way more expensive ones at big box stores and this is between about $15 to 30+ at other retailers.

https://www.costco.com/.product.100354462.html

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The new Home Zone Security LED Motion and Dusk to Dawn fixture utilizes the latest energy-efficient LED technology cased in low-profile, aluminum housing. With a 240 degree sensor range, this light protects your home with improved performance and area coverage. Motion sensor turns lights ON when motion is detected and OFF after a preselected time delay (5 seconds to 7 minutes). This fixture has easily positioned swivel heads and is ideal for direct replacement of traditional styles.

Features:
  • 240 degree motion detection with up to 50 ft. range
  • Easy-to-adjust light heads and sensors
  • Illumination output of 2,500 lumens and 5000K color temperature
  • Hard-wire connection

29.99 After $10 OFF

$10 manufacturer's savings** is valid 6/28/18 through 8/19/18. While supplies last. Limit 10 per member.
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Not battery operated. Hard wire. Good deal.
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I have (no joke) around 30 of these. And I love them. They're excellent. Keep in mind they are vertical mount ONLY. So they can only go on a wall surface. They cannot be mounted on a horizontal surface, such as beneath eaves.
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I have (no joke) around 30 of these. And I love them. They're excellent. Keep in mind they are vertical mount ONLY. So they can only go on a wall surface. They cannot be mounted on a horizontal surface, such as beneath eaves.
Good point, so 30? Must be one big house you have!!EEK!
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I have (no joke) around 30 of these. And I love them. They're excellent. Keep in mind they are vertical mount ONLY. So they can only go on a wall surface. They cannot be mounted on a horizontal surface, such as beneath eaves.
i have lots of lights... 15k lumens using ffled rab lights, solar lights on every single fencepost around my backyard.... landscape lights.

...but i struggle to think how or why you would have THIRTY of these

please explain and share pics, as i am super curious.
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Expires 7/29/18 per the costco site.
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just a heads up but these require flush mount junction boxes. Many reviews cited that they didn't know that when purchasing.
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What is the instore price?
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Great price, but not so great reviews https://www.amazon.com/Home-Zone-Motion-Activated-Security/dp/B06ZZHLMRH/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1532622505&sr=8-3&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_QL65&keywords=Home+Zone+Security+LED&dpPl=1&dpID=5121jGP46fL&ref=plSrch
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I have the Sun Force Solar LED security light from Costco for over a year and its been working great.
Wireless and Very Bright.
Don't see any reason to have this. I think it was $25 after the rebate.
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i have lots of lights... 15k lumens using ffled rab lights, solar lights on every single fencepost around my backyard.... landscape lights.

...but i struggle to think how or why you would have THIRTY of these

please explain and share pics, as i am super curious.
Lol. I'm a landlord. I hardwire these into my properties for added security.

We did manage to install 7 at my dad's 1300sqft oddly-shaped house, who has Alzheimer's and is scared of the dark.

But most properties get 3-5 depending on their shape, distance from street lights, and other factors. :-)

EDIT: and when I say "hard wire," I mean I install these without a switch. they go directly to a feed line so my tenants cannot turn (most of them) off. that way, they're always on whenever it's dark+motion. I typically keep the light positioned at the front door on a switch.
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Lol. I'm a landlord. I hardwire these into my properties for added security.

We did manage to install 7 at my dad's 1300sqft oddly-shaped house, who has Alzheimer's and is scared of the dark.

But most properties get 3-5 depending on their shape, distance from street lights, and other factors. :-)

EDIT: and when I say "hard wire," I mean I install these without a switch. they go directly to a feed line so my tenants cannot turn (most of them) off. that way, they're always on whenever it's dark+motion. I typically keep the light positioned at the front door on a switch.
oh ok, that makes way more sense than having 30+ on one home Smilie
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Bad quality, very leaky. If you are installing on wall under roof it's fine.
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just a heads up but these require flush mount junction boxes. Many reviews cited that they didn't know that when purchasing.
Thanks!

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What is the instore price?
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I have the Sun Force Solar LED security light from Costco for over a year and its been working great.
Wireless and Very Bright.
Don't see any reason to have this. I think it was $25 after the rebate.
$39.99 currently , thanks for pointing it out as i will be using one on an area of the house outside that wiring to would be expensive.

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Lol. I'm a landlord. I hardwire these into my properties for added security.

We did manage to install 7 at my dad's 1300sqft oddly-shaped house, who has Alzheimer's and is scared of the dark.

But most properties get 3-5 depending on their shape, distance from street lights, and other factors. :-)

EDIT: and when I say "hard wire," I mean I install these without a switch. they go directly to a feed line so my tenants cannot turn (most of them) off. that way, they're always on whenever it's dark+motion. I typically keep the light positioned at the front door on a switch.
Nice that you are taking care of your dads needs!


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Bad quality, very leaky. If you are installing on wall under roof it's fine.
I believe you are talking about installing this without putting chaulking around it where it meets the junction box.
Mine is barely covered by the house and when it snows or rains gets a lot of exposure amd because I put chaulking where it meets the junction box I havent had any problems
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One thing to keep an eye out for when purchasing motion lights that you are going to place up high is to look for a motion sensor that tilts up and down. Most of the sensors have wide to very wide fields of horizontal view but only directly along the level of the sensor. If you place this at say the peak of the roof of a garage the lights might aim down but the only thing setting of the motion sensor will be birds and tree branches. Most applications for motion lights at normal head level are fine to use "static" sensors so that is what most motion lights have. So high installation I would recommend one with a tilt-able sensor.
Note when most of these say adjustable motion sensor they are talking about sensitivity.
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