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Amico 3-Head Motion Sensor Adjustable Outdoor LED Security Lights EXPIRED

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  • LED unit outputs 40W, 4000 Lumens, 5000K brightness (day light white), equivalent to 200W halogen light.
  • LED Security lights can turn on automatically when the motion is detected with 180 degrees swiveling angle, sensing light levels and motion up to max 75 feet
  • IP65 Waterproof: The durable and weatherproof design ensures safety for outdoor use protecting lamp from rain, sleet or snow.
  • 3 Mode Control
    • "Motion Detection" detects track ambient motion and activate lighting
    • "Dusk to Dawn D2D" functions automatically in the dark while turning off during daytimes
    • "Always-ON Mode"

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  • Price Research: These Motion Lights are Extra $10 Off (31.80% Savings) off the sale price of $31.44.
  • Amazon Return Policy: Eligible for free returns within 30-Days (details)
  • Reviews: These Lights receive 4.5 Stars out of 5 Stars based on over 8,100 Customer Reviews.
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Currently $10 off coupon which seems like a good deal for 3 Head LED Security Lights
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The Westinghouse ones from Walmart are a few dollars more and are excellent, more reliable brand as well. I use four of them around my house as security lighting and they light up the area really well.
5k all the way. I've never once noticed my neighboor's lights, why would I, I stay inside after dark and if I go outside for something I'm not starring at their lights. Unless its pointing into your house or living room, I have no idea why people are hung up on this. I'd be perfectly fine if all my neighbors lit up my cul de sac so no one snoops around.
5,000K all the way for me. These are security lights for me. I want the area as bright as possible so I can see who I need to shoot. But I live on 11 acres so anyone on my land should not be there at night.

I bought five of these but they cost more. I liked the styling more for my house style.
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I have one of these I just installed. Provides a wide area of bright light and good options to select from for timing and distance. Also has manual on off mode. Great price with $10 off.
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$10 off click and save coupon for black. $8 off for white but no coupon for brown, which is $2 cheaper than the others anyway.
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All these new led lights must be cheaper when they are 5000k+. Seems like this light would be better 2700k-3000k, with the more yellow side of spectrum. Seems like bright motion sensor at 5000k during the light is likely to annoy neighbors.
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I have one of these I just installed. Provides a wide area of bright light and good options to select from for timing and distance. Also has manual on off mode. Great price with $10 off.
Can the lights be turned where they point essentially straight down?
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Can the lights be turned where they point essentially straight down?
From the 4th image in the listing, it looks like they can be adjusted up and down. "Flexible and Wider" with the arrows on both the sides and the main light
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All these new led lights must be cheaper when they are 5000k+. Seems like this light would be better 2700k-3000k, with the more yellow side of spectrum. Seems like bright motion sensor at 5000k during the light is likely to annoy neighbors.
Speaking as someone whose neighbor has 5000k+ lights on their backyard and take their dogs out at night, they should be outlawed above 3500k
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Can these lights get dimmed down to not be at full blast when they are on?
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Thanks OP! My current light flashes like an uneven strobe every once and a while when triggered. I didn't know if it was a wiring issue, or an issue with the light itself. But for $22 it's worth replacing with this one. Thanks!
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Can the lights be turned where they point essentially straight down?
Yes, except the middle one which may run into the sensor. I have this light. Really easy to set up and plenty bright. Maybe not quite as bright as the old style dual floodlights, but illuminates more evenly. The sensor adjustment is consistent with the range settings. I also like the 3 hour timer setting so it comes on at dusk and turns off in 3 hours. Then it just motion activates after that. Good light for the price.
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Anyone know a comparable light that is 2700K? (i.e. warm white)
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All these new led lights must be cheaper when they are 5000k+. Seems like this light would be better 2700k-3000k, with the more yellow side of spectrum. Seems like bright motion sensor at 5000k during the light is likely to annoy neighbors.
Agreed. I actually prefer 4000k-5000k for interior lighting but for some reason these 5000k floods look so harsh outside at night. The guy I bought this house from bragged about how brightly it was lit up. I thought he meant the driveway accent lighting that looked really nice at night. No, he meant the bright white LED floods that only operated dusk to dawn. Completely washed out the driveway lights, looked like crap, and were blinding from the street. I added a couple cheap motion sensors to them for now but I would like to eventually replace with new 3000-4000k versions.
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The Westinghouse ones from Walmart are a few dollars more and are excellent, more reliable brand as well. I use four of them around my house as security lighting and they light up the area really well.
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