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Bright 4 packs 28 LED Solar Powered Motion Sensor Security Wall Lights-BAXIA Lightning Deal

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[Amazon.ca] Bright 4 packs 28 LED Solar Powered Motion Sensor Security Wall Lights-BAXIA Lightning Deal

Bright 28 LED Solar Powered Motion Sensor Security Wall Lights-BAXIA TECHNOLOGY Waterproof Wireless Motion Detected Night Light for Outdoor Gate, Door, Driveway, Garden, Patio, Yard(4 Packs)

Deal ends in 5 hours as of this posting.

Bought this before and so far working well after a year.

https://www.amazon.ca/Security-Lights-B ... 071HXX16C/
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Kind of off topic, but does anyone know of similar lights that can also be controlled with a switch or remotely?

I like the idea of motion lights around the back yard, but i’d also like to be able to turn on /off if we’re sitting back there.
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What i did is just hang them and not put a fixed screw so i can easily pick it up and turn it off manually.
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Thanks OP, I've had these sitting in my cart for a couple of months now waiting for a deal.
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I don't mean to hijack the thread but I would like something motion activated. Instead of these units has anyone had any luck with motion activated bulbs for outside fixtures?

Thanks.
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Bought a two pack last week for $24. Doh

They seem to work well so far, just worried about longevity.
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Jumped on this deal. I didn't get charged HST. Is there a reason why or was it a mistake?
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These 28 LED are bright. Brought the same type but rebranded (4 pack) for $25 two weeks ago. It was a lightning deal too and it went fast. So, this is a warm deal but not a hot deal.
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Bought one pack, thanks OP
will work great for safety, keeping an eye on my dog in the yard as well as unwanted animals.
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How's the quality. Worried about it lasting long time
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Thanks OP. Order one. I bought 2 pack for $24, 2 days ago and I will return it.
Rule No.1 here: Buy first, Think afterwards.
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raceway wrote: Bought a two pack last week for $24. Doh

They seem to work well so far, just worried about longevity.
I have one bought from amazon, works great after 1 year.
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s0n1c wrote: I have one bought from amazon, works great after 1 year.
How were they in winter? My primary use is to light a walkway to the back of our detached garage in the winter. It's our only way in to the garage in the winter and it gets quite dark
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If you're not sure, you can wait. Whether its 1, 2, or 4, there's Lighting Deals for these all the time.
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s0n1c wrote: I have one bought from amazon, works great after 1 year.
Thanks OP. Ordered. I hope I’ll get a couple of years out of those lights
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I wish they had a USB port for charging as well as the solar panel. I am in Calgary and have had the 12 LED version for about a year now. They work great and have lasted till now without problems. I did notice last winter that when the days were short, the battery did not get a good charge and was very dim after being triggered by many cars going by. If they had a USB port, I could just plug in a portable charger for a while.
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crustydragon wrote: I don't mean to hijack the thread but I would like something motion activated. Instead of these units has anyone had any luck with motion activated bulbs for outside fixtures?

Thanks.
Yes, I bought one of those motion sensor led bulbs off of eBay for a basement entry that had a switch controlled socket but is too sheltered for solar. I screwed the bulb in and just leave the switch in the 'on' position. Very sensitive to movement and is bright, stays on for a minute. Works great!
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Fakespot gives F rating, but still seems like a decent deal. Like another poster said, I'd be worried about the longevity of these.
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purchased thanks OP!
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Graham wrote: I wish they had a USB port for charging as well as the solar panel. I am in Calgary and have had the 12 LED version for about a year now. They work great and have lasted till now without problems. I did notice last winter that when the days were short, the battery did not get a good charge and was very dim after being triggered by many cars going by. If they had a USB port, I could just plug in a portable charger for a while.
Chances are that the solar panel never really charged the battery FULL even in the Summer time as the panel is fairly small and depending on the location, it might not have gotten enough light even in ideal conditions. You might want to get an Lith-ion charger (they make single Lith-ion chargers that have a USB port) and charge the battery fully in the Fall so that the solar panels just do a top-up during the shorter Winter days. You can also replace the existing battery with an higher capacity one...

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