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Amazon has a few Mr Beams products for their deal of the day. Pretty good pricing. I have the Motion sensing ceiling light that I use for a closet light and it works perfectly.

Mr Beams MB390 300-Lumen Weatherproof Wireless Battery Powered LED Ultra Bright Spotlight with Motion Sensor, Brown, 1-Pack, 300 Lumens $12.28

https://www.amazon.com/Beams-MB39...PDKIKX0DER

Mr. Beams MB3000 High Performance Wireless Battery Powered Motion Sensing LED Dual Head Security Spotlight, 500 Lumens, Brown, 1-Pack $21.76

https://www.amazon.com/Mr-Beams-P...PDKIKX0DER

Mr. Beams MB990 UltraBright Wireless Battery Powered Motion Sensing Indoor/Outdoor LED Ceiling Light, 300 Lumens, White $20

https://www.amazon.com/Mr-Beams-M...PDKIKX0DER

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Agreed. Had a few in the backyard and I feel like everything from the wind to trees to leaves set them off.

I would probably mount this in an area that has VERY limited activity for anyone who sees our comments. No wind. No leaves. No branches. Just a quiet area. Else, you're going to be looking in your back yard trying to find the issues and running to your battery drawer. I got some of the lights that you can hang on a ceiling and that's cool for a closet with no light....I recommend those instead of any that requires motion

*Note: One also allowed water inside, corroding the battery casing.
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These are good only in areas that are not traversed often. Otherwise the batteries die often.
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These are good only in areas that are not traversed often. Otherwise the batteries die often.
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We get at least a year out of the ones over the garage using fresh duracells. With that said, I prefer the solar ones.
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These are good only in areas that are not traversed often. Otherwise the batteries die often.
Agreed. Had a few in the backyard and I feel like everything from the wind to trees to leaves set them off.

I would probably mount this in an area that has VERY limited activity for anyone who sees our comments. No wind. No leaves. No branches. Just a quiet area. Else, you're going to be looking in your back yard trying to find the issues and running to your battery drawer. I got some of the lights that you can hang on a ceiling and that's cool for a closet with no light....I recommend those instead of any that requires motion

*Note: One also allowed water inside, corroding the battery casing.
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Agreed. Had a few in the backyard and I feel like everything from the wind to trees to leaves set them off.

I would probably mount this in an area that has VERY limited activity for anyone who sees our comments. No wind. No leaves. No branches. Just a quiet area. Else, you're going to be looking in your back yard trying to find the issues and running to your battery drawer. I got some of the lights that you can hang on a ceiling and that's cool for a closet with no light....I recommend those instead of any that requires motion

*Note: One also allowed water inside, corroding the battery casing.
Can you clarify the ceiling light one? How do you turn it on and off without it being a motion sensing one?
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The biggest problem with solar ones is that they won't last the whole night, unless you put them in a place with limited activity.

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We get at least a year out of the ones over the garage using fresh duracells. With that said, I prefer the solar ones.
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I would recommend looking at more cost effective rechargeable models versus these. I had been a staunch supporter of these initially but they seem to have gotten flimsy and more prone to early death versus when they first came out.
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I can't recommend these, they eat through batteries. Maybe the solar ones are better? Also you should try to mount them so that rain can't easily get on them.
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I just ordered the Mr. Beams MB3000 on Wednesday. Hopefully amazon will adjust the price for me. I bought the 1 pack for like $37 dollars..

EDIT: Price adjusted! Getting refunded back the difference.
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I have the Beams net bright version and I get over a year on the batteries. In garage, garage door and patio area.
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I like the new ones, worth it under the right spots, like near the shed in the shade. Security and peace of mind for cheap. I recently saw some other brand or knock off on a tv commercial, "order now and we'll double your order, 2 for $19" . mount them high enough, narrow beam here.
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I like the new ones, worth it under the right spots, like near the shed in the shade. Security and peace of mind for cheap. I recently saw some other brand or knock off on a tv commercial, "order now and we'll double your order, 2 for $19" . mount them high enough, narrow beam here.
Which models are the new ones?
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Which models would everyone recommend? I could make use of most of these. I just want to know which ones are good. Also, the fakespot for some of these are C's.
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You get what you pay for, end of story. This is especially true for outdoor security lights. These plastic ones are all garbage. Buy ones made by RAB. They are over $70 a piece, but they last. You can see and feel the difference.
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