Expired Hot Deals

[Amazon.ca] 4 Pack Solar Outdoor Lights for $20, 172 LED Motion Sensor with 3 Modes

  • Last Updated:
  • Feb 25th, 2021 10:45 am
[OP]
Deal Fanatic
User avatar
Mar 8, 2003
9741 posts
1940 upvotes
Richmond Hill

[Amazon.ca] 4 Pack Solar Outdoor Lights for $20, 172 LED Motion Sensor with 3 Modes

https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B08B4G6XRK/

you need to redeem 50% off code 7RZINDX9, also no tax
50% off with promo code 7RZINDX9.
Save 50% each on Solar Lights offered by UMSY when you purchase 1 or more. Enter code 7RZINDX9 at checkout
68 replies
Member
Oct 15, 2006
316 posts
130 upvotes
Markham
Thanks op. I'll give these a try
Jr. Member
User avatar
Jun 22, 2007
150 posts
215 upvotes
Toronto
Solid deal, thanks OP!
Jr. Member
Aug 25, 2011
167 posts
149 upvotes
MISSISSAUGA
Is it dead? I got promotion code not valid
Deal Addict
Jul 22, 2019
1273 posts
1403 upvotes
I always see these things pop up on Amazon from time to time. Anyone have long term reviews of these? I don't want to buy them and 1 year later they are dead.

Code not working for me either.
Last edited by simplypop on Feb 19th, 2021 11:17 am, edited 1 time in total.
Deal Addict
Jan 22, 2008
3996 posts
2472 upvotes
I can't seem to find the physical size of these. Am I just missing it or is it not listed? Is there any difference in quality between these style of lights that seem to get rebranded everytime the wind changes direction? I have some mpow lights and they've been solid but I don't see anything with that name anymore.
Last edited by SizzleChest on Feb 19th, 2021 11:19 am, edited 1 time in total.
[OP]
Deal Fanatic
User avatar
Mar 8, 2003
9741 posts
1940 upvotes
Richmond Hill
northernale1 wrote: I have these, they work great !!
i assume so far so good in this winter
Sr. Member
Aug 30, 2015
750 posts
474 upvotes
Kitchener, ON
bullbell wrote: Is it dead? I got promotion code not valid
just bought it, still valid
Jr. Member
Aug 25, 2011
167 posts
149 upvotes
MISSISSAUGA
Yep, I bought these two weeks ago at 50% off from $73. So far so good. For $20 if you can get them, it should be a steal
Member
Dec 26, 2017
456 posts
280 upvotes
great deal as they all go for around 35-40$ too bad i barely have any sun where i want to put them
Sr. Member
Oct 31, 2010
652 posts
447 upvotes
Edmonton
Tempting. I really only have a need for one light above my shed though.

Edit: Pulled the trigger. I don't think i'll have a problem finding a friend that is willing to give me $5 for each of the ones I don't use.
Last edited by darkstar107 on Feb 19th, 2021 11:55 am, edited 1 time in total.
Sr. Member
Aug 30, 2015
750 posts
474 upvotes
Kitchener, ON
can you charge this another source other than sun light?
Last edited by pca1987 on Feb 19th, 2021 11:28 am, edited 1 time in total.
Deal Addict
Jan 22, 2008
3996 posts
2472 upvotes
Benzat17 wrote: great deal as they all go for around 35-40$ too bad i barely have any sun where i want to put them
I have two (different brand, but same style) on the north side of my house where it is bright, but there is no direct sun. They don't see a lot of usage, but have worked perfectly for 3+ years.
Last edited by SizzleChest on Feb 19th, 2021 11:34 am, edited 2 times in total.
Newbie
Sep 12, 2019
70 posts
130 upvotes
My experience with those haven't been very good. I bought them last year for around $30, and set them to come on at dusk and go brighter when motion detected. And while most of the times they worked correctly, the problem was not staying on for more than few hours, even after full sunny days. And now in the winter, after a sunny day, they may stay on for about an hour.
I still like them though, and in the spring I'll try to hardwire them.
[OP]
Deal Fanatic
User avatar
Mar 8, 2003
9741 posts
1940 upvotes
Richmond Hill
M1sho2000 wrote: My experience with those haven't been very good. I bought them last year for around $30, and set them to come on at dusk and go brighter when motion detected. And while most of the times they worked correctly, the problem was not staying on for more than few hours, even after full sunny days. And now in the winter, after a sunny day, they may stay on for about an hour.
I still like them though, and in the spring I'll try to hardwire them.
What do you mean by hardwiring? Interested
Deal Addict
User avatar
Nov 2, 2007
1375 posts
354 upvotes
GVRD
Has anyone ever seen lights like this that use Solar and secondary regular Battery? The problem I have is that certain times of the year the angle of the sun wont charge a solar light

Top