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[Home Depot] HOT $27.99 Star Shower Laser Light - Motion

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[Home Depot] HOT $27.99 Star Shower Laser Light - Motion

Doensview home Depot has for 39.99 - 30% additional clearance. Also on clearance is their Window FX and Window FX Plus
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[OP]
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Lol. By the way I already own one any the laser is hands down better than led versions. Downsview home Depot had around 40 in stock
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Thanks OP! Will check my local Home Depot.
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krsolutionspresident wrote:
Dec 2nd, 2017 12:00 pm
its 40$ for quebec :(
Yes that's the sale price. But my home Depot had 30% off clearance price. Call into your local store and see if they have the deal or they will match the Downsview Location at Billy Bishop Way
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Just went back, Window FX is $35 reg 99 and Window FX plus is $63.99 reg 119
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MakeItCheap wrote:
Dec 2nd, 2017 11:27 am
Doensview home Depot has for 39.99 - 30% additional clearance. Also on clearance is their Window FX and Window FX Plus
Thanks OP, went to the HD in Whitby, they had them incorrectly marked at $79.99 so they checked their website got them for $29.99 thanks to SCOP.

Turns out these things are actually pretty good, I have a good size house and it covers the entire front of the house nicely! Impressed.
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Before I clicked the link I thought it was some sort of laser light show for the bathroom shower. 🤤
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These work great. I bought 2 last year after Christmas for $10 each at home Depot. Be warned though the motion won't kick in if using a timer, you have to press the motion button every time it turns on... To avoid that you would have to leave it on all night and not use a timer. Anyone know a work around or how to rewire it, let me know.
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dailce wrote:
Dec 2nd, 2017 7:17 pm
These work great. I bought 2 last year after Christmas for $10 each at home Depot. Be warned though the motion won't kick in if using a timer, you have to press the motion button every time it turns on... To avoid that you would have to leave it on all night and not use a timer. Anyone know a work around or how to rewire it, let me know.
I'm just noticing the same thing....bit of a drag, I guess we can't use a time and have to let it run dusk to dawn??
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If this thing shines through a window is it:

(A) annoying?
(B) blinding?
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FooNdaR wrote:
Dec 5th, 2017 6:08 pm
I'm just noticing the same thing....bit of a drag, I guess we can't use a time and have to let it run dusk to dawn??
I have a similar one, and it resets back to defaults, and motion is disabled when the timer turns it back on. It's sort of dumb considering what this thing is designed for.
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MakeItCheap wrote:
Dec 2nd, 2017 3:22 pm
Just went back, Window FX is $35 reg 99 and Window FX plus is $63.99 reg 119
I got the FX plus just after Halloween for under $20.. they had the usb sticks for less than $1 too.. the Halloween videos are MUCH better than the xmas ones..
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U4IA wrote:
Dec 5th, 2017 6:24 pm
I have a similar one, and it resets back to defaults, and motion is disabled when the timer turns it back on. It's sort of dumb considering what this thing is designed for.

Just the reason for my return to the store tomorrow.useless unless there's a hack to keep the motion active while connected to a timer.

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