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2-Pack Mr. Beams Solar LED Outdoor Motion-Activated Flood Light (Black) EXPIRED

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Walmart has 2-Pack Mr. Beams Solar LED Outdoor Motion-Activated Flood Light (MB22038-BLK-02, Black) for $19.99. Shipping is free w/ Walmart+ (free trial) or on orders of $35+.

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Product Features:
  • 445 lumens that cover 965 square feet
  • Motion activated from 32 feet with 120 degrees angle of detection
  • 20-Second auto shut off to help prolong battery life
  • A full solar panel charge can last up to 27 days on motion-activated mode with an average of 8 activations a night and the light will reach its fullest charge in 5-6 hours of direct sunlight
  • IP65 rated for outdoor use
  • Provides 3 lighting modes based on different lighting needs

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Walmart.com [walmart.com] has Mr. Beams 2-Pack 120-Degree 445-Lumen Solar Flood Light on sale for $19.99. Shipping is free w/ Walmart+ (30-Day Free Trial) or on orders $35+

For comparison, Lowes price is $59.99.
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Mr-Beams...5000286791
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Limited reviews on both sites. Anyone have real experience with these to share?
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Limited reviews on both sites. Anyone have real experience with these to share?
Not this exact version, but I had the Costco version of these (835 lumen- 2 pack) . Super bright and 3 different modes of operation.

However, one of them died in few months. Mr. beams support is generally good and they have replaced products in the past- however since this was a Costco purchase I returned directly to store.
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World really like to know the color temp on these, trying to avoid the bright whites on the outside of the house
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World really like to know the color temp on these, trying to avoid the bright whites on the outside of the house
The Lowes page shows them to be 5000k—daylight
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Seems to be a decent deal depending on your application. 450 lm is pretty dim though
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I bought something very similar on amazon, LITON brand, 4pk $5/ea. Very bright and white. I just lay them around the deck railing on porch. Not a lot of sun in the PNW and under the trees but I've had them for a year now and they are better than others. I can even bring them inside for power outages. for reference https://litom.com/products/litom-...gle-design
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Limited reviews on both sites. Anyone have real experience with these to share?
I am using them since 1 year no issues. I bought from Costco. Will get them again.
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World really like to know the color temp on these, trying to avoid the bright whites on the outside of the house
I have a similar problem with these bright white/daylight ones. Has anyone found a good deal on warmer/soft white color temperature versions?
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Yes, 445 lumen is too dim.
These look like a better deal to me at 2000 lumens Comes to $25 for the 4 pack after the 40% coupon
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...B2QQ&psc=1
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Seems to be a decent deal depending on your application. 450 lm is pretty dim though
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There's one at Sam's club which is $30 for 2 by Westinghouse and it has 1200 lumen. Now do I want this for $10 cheaper with only 445 lumen? I guess this one is fine if you don't want it really bright.
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No experience with these solar lights, but I've had wired Mr Beams motion sensor LED lights for a couple years and they work perfectly. Warmer color temp would be better for dim solar lights IMO, but this seems like a good deal if you don't mind pure white.
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Yes, 445 lumen is too dim.
These look like a better deal to me at 2000 lumens Comes to $25 for the 4 pack after the 40% coupon
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...B2QQ&psc=1
that looks like a better deal AC and with more user feedback. Almost pulled the trigger but I have too many already. Plenty of choices out there.
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Super bright white light. Not a fan on the outside of my house, so I ditched them long ago. Attracts way more bugs too.
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