Aspectek Predator Eye Day and Night Time Solar Powered Animal Repeller - 2 Pack NOW £9.99 (Prime) / £13.98 (non Prime) Sold by Deals_Republic and Fulfilled by Amazon. - HotUKDeals
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Aspectek Predator Eye Day and Night Time Solar Powered Animal Repeller - 2 Pack NOW £9.99 (Prime) / £13.98 (non Prime) Sold by Deals_Republic and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Has good reviews and hopeyfully keeps the foxes out of the garden. Humane too ☺ £9.99 for a pack of 2 , cheapest it has been. I've had mine for a couple weeks and fingers crossed I've had no foxes … Read More
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Has good reviews and hopeyfully keeps the foxes out of the garden. Humane too ☺

£9.99 for a pack of 2 , cheapest it has been. I've had mine for a couple weeks and fingers crossed I've had no foxes in the garden at night. I know because the dog has not gone crazy and woken us up.

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The Predator Eye by Aspectek protects property, including livestock, from nighttime pests like as coyotes, raccoon, skunks, foxes, wolves, deer, cougars, and even cats. Solar-charged during the day, the battery will last for as long as 7 days on a single charge. The flashing red light and reflective icon will be seen as an "eye" to the pest. The fear of being watched or discovered will cause animals to flee or avoid the area.

Placement & Storage

The Predator Eye is sold in a pack of 2 for extra effectiveness. Mount the device at the eye level of the pest you want to repel, facing the entryways to the area you want to protect. You will need to mount it higher if facing a valley, or lower if facing a hill.

Two Predator Eyes included in the package allow for complex coverage of an area. If the area is flat, the light will travel a greater range, which means the Predator Eyes can be placed further apart. Use multiple devices to protect more sides of the perimeter.

The Predator Eye is completely waterproof
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certifiednuts
...I've had mine for a couple weeks and fingers crossed I've had no foxes in the garden at night. I know because the dog has not gone crazy and woken us up.
I have an alleged solution of a solar device with light sensor that during darkness detects movement and then strobes, but is not particularly effective. How does this device work? Is there any "detection" of animal / movement, or does it simply flash an LED during darkness or all the time, or other? Thanks.
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I worry it may distress animals
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AndyRoyd
certifiednuts
...I've had mine for a couple weeks and fingers crossed I've had no foxes in the garden at night. I know because the dog has not gone crazy and woken us up.
I have an alleged solution of a solar device with light sensor that during darkness detects movement and then strobes, but is not particularly effective. How does this device work? Is there any "detection" of animal / movement, or does it simply flash an LED during darkness or all the time, or other? Thanks.
Andrew. I can't tell if you're playing ignorant or this is a genuine question. All you had to do is read the description but let me break it down for you anyway. Quite simply, it is solar charged during the day. At night (when it's dark) it automatically turns on and a red LED light flashed constantly until it is light again. There is no mention of 'detection' as you have said. What do you expect for £10? I can tell you from experience it's particularly effective for me thus far. I didn't want to put up plastic fence spikes or use any ultrasonic devices or any other method that would cause harm to animals. Just in case you were 'alleging' this was my device or my company...it's not.
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7day
I worry it may distress animals

You're worried about a flashing led light? Why don't you read the description instead of jumping on the bandwagon of what some ignoramus has said? There is no strobe lighting and it does not attack animals. Thank you.

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