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Home Depot.com has select Mr. Beams Motion Sensor LED Spotlights on sale listed below. Select free in-store pickup to save on shipping, otherwise, free shipping if permitted. Thanks rsvpd

Note, availability for in-store pickup may vary depending on location.Alternatively, Amazon.com also has Mr. Beams 80-Lumens Wireless Motion Sensing LED Spotlight (MB310) on sale for $9.72. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $25 or more.
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Mr. Beams spotlights are on sale:

Mr. Beams 400 Lumen Outdoor Brown Weatherproof Wireless Battery Powered LED Ultra Bright Spot Light with Motion Sensor (Model MB390), Brown
  • Provides 400 square feet of coverage
  • Battery Life of 1 Year (8 - 10 activations a day); Uses 4 D-Cell batteries (not included)
  • This appears to be the same model sold by Costco, as 2-pack w/ batteries for $37.99 + $3.99 shipping -- when on sale, $7 OFF
Mr. Beams Wireless LED Mini Spotlight with Motion Sensor and Photocell, Small, 80-Lumens (Model MB310), Brown:
  • Provides 350-Square Feet of light coverage
  • Outputs 80 Lumens of light. Detects motion from up to 30-feet away. 30 seconds per activation
  • Weatherproof design for durability, Mr. Beams mini LED spotlight for indoor or outdoor use
  • Battery Life of 1 Year (25 hours); Uses 3 C batteries (Not included)
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Keep in mind that these are not networked (I didn't realize that there were other Mr Beams products that did not network). I didn't think I'd care too much about the feature but it ended up being nice where one would activate at the front of the driveway and the rest would activate as well lighting a nice pathway Smilie

Depending on your use case, there are networked ones (I think the model numbers end in N). Hoping for some sales on those!
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That would have been my thinking as well. But now after 5 years of trying various solar lights, I would give these a go just because they are not solar. Two out of three solar panels seem to burn out within a year or two irrespective of the brand. Plus solar are dependent on how "uncloudy" the past couple days have been. With these there is no need to worry about where the sun is or not. For the past few months I have these Mr Beams going good rain, shine or dark and cloudy days which I think is just as important. You do not want a light that comes on only when it want to - you need a light to come on when you need it.
All that said this is not the best deal for these lights. Sept 10th they had the MB330s for a little less than $9 on Amazon and that was the best deal.
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I have the "large" version from almost 2 years ago when the three pack was on sale. Still on the same 4 D cell batteries, and just now the one unit that triggers constantly is going dim. The other is still bright.

Mounted on my back porch, where I take the dogs out every night/early AM (and it triggers every time) they are way brighter than any solar light I have ever seen. Tree line is 75+ yards away and it lights up about half way there no problem. Can see deer etc at the treeline on dark nights (not well but you can see em).
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Good deal at 13.80. I had one of these but wanted another. Home Depot in my town had 1 left for pickup.
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Well the costco 2 pack comes with 8 batteries which are worth about $9 minimum. So they are the same price
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Got the $8 one at warehouse deals. Thanks.
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Well the costco 2 pack comes with 8 batteries which are worth about $9 minimum. So they are the same price
Picked up 2 sets of 2 at costco.
Work great. Not disappointed
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Keep in mind that these are not networked (I didn't realize that there were other Mr Beams products that did not network). I didn't think I'd care too much about the feature but it ended up being nice where one would activate at the front of the driveway and the rest would activate as well lighting a nice pathway Smilie

Depending on your use case, there are networked ones (I think the model numbers end in N). Hoping for some sales on those!
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Which one is the better deal?
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If I did the math correctly, the battery lasts 16 hours.

I wonder if this would be good to use as a hair light for photography. Probably not since it's only motion activated and shuts off every 20 seconds.
Battery life will vary based on individual uses such as no. of on/off, lenghth of on time each etc. Temp. will also affect battery life as well as type of batteries used.
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These lights are pretty bad. They are very weak, and heavy (due to the batteries). You're better buying solar motion sensor LED lights if you plan to use them outdoors.
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These lights are pretty bad. They are very weak, and heavy (due to the batteries). You're better buying solar motion sensor LED lights if you plan to use them outdoors.
The amount of positive reviews seem to indicate otherwise. Being battery powered also keeps the price down and most people here are interested in getting the most bang for their buck.
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These lights are pretty bad. They are very weak, and heavy (due to the batteries). You're better buying solar motion sensor LED lights if you plan to use them outdoors.
That would have been my thinking as well. But now after 5 years of trying various solar lights, I would give these a go just because they are not solar. Two out of three solar panels seem to burn out within a year or two irrespective of the brand. Plus solar are dependent on how "uncloudy" the past couple days have been. With these there is no need to worry about where the sun is or not. For the past few months I have these Mr Beams going good rain, shine or dark and cloudy days which I think is just as important. You do not want a light that comes on only when it want to - you need a light to come on when you need it.
All that said this is not the best deal for these lights. Sept 10th they had the MB330s for a little less than $9 on Amazon and that was the best deal.
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Got one for in door use only. I am from north where in general using battery powered light won't last during the winter times. It will be dead in couple of days. When snow, it till trigger the light to on and off and it kills in one day. For in door is fine.
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The amount of positive reviews seem to indicate otherwise. Being battery powered also keeps the price down and most people here are interested in getting the most bang for their buck.
These are great but heavy and d batteries leak if not used for a while. It's perfect of shed lighting. For driveway, Solar based led from Costco for $29.99 is way to go.
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