Mr. Beams MB723 Wireless Battery-Powered Motion-Sensing LED Stick-Anywhere Nightlight, 3-Pack £13.99 (Prime) / £17.98 (non Prime) @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Mr. Beams MB723 Wireless Battery-Powered Motion-Sensing LED Stick-Anywhere Nightlight, 3-Pack £13.99 (Prime) / £17.98 (non Prime) @ Amazon

£13.99 @ Amazon
Set of 3 motion-sensing LED nightlights for indoor or outdoor use. These little lights are mighty bright. Sophisticated motion sensor combined with a light sensor allows light to turn on only when…
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Set of 3 motion-sensing LED nightlights for indoor or outdoor use. These little lights are mighty bright.

Sophisticated motion sensor combined with a light sensor allows light to turn on only when it is dark and only when motion is detected.
Motion sensor for auto-on up to 15 feet; auto-off after 30 seconds of no motion detected.
Super-bright LED bulbs last up to 50,000 hours; stays off during daylight hours; Simple to install--no hardwiring; requires 4 AA batteries (not included).

Each light measures 1.2-Inch long by 3.75-Inch wide by 3.25-Inch tall.

An automatic night light ideal for night time trips to the bathroom. No need to fumble around for the light switch. Also ideal for hallways, wardrobes, cupboards and all those dark areas you are unable to light. Used in the home.

Box Contains

Mr. Beams MB723 motion sensor LED stick anywhere night light (Set of 3), 3 wall mount brackets, 3 pieces of double stick adhesive strips, 6 screws, 6 anchors, user manual. Runs on 4 AA batteries (not included).

Plus £4.75 for non prime users
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1 Like #1
I have these, they are good but I think expensive.
#2
Give these a go for toilet training
#3
These are brilliant. Have two already. Purchased thanks
#4
Been waiting for these to go offer to buy a few more. £13.99 for 3 is a great price, thanks op
#5
Great lights, but remember being cheaper when I bought them.
#6
These are brilliant
#7
Ruffuz
Great lights, but remember being cheaper when I bought them.


​I'm not sure they've been cheaper than this for a 3 pack?
1 Like #8
http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B002FCGI8Y/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en
#9
Bought another 2 x 3 lights as they are really useful. The batteries have been in the for over a year now and are still working, I have them near the front door in the hall way acting as an entrance light.
3 Likes #10
niall71
Ruffuz
Great lights, but remember being cheaper when I bought them.
​I'm not sure they've been cheaper than this for a 3 pack?

you're right!
#11
Ruffuz
niall71
Ruffuz
Great lights, but remember being cheaper when I bought them.
​I'm not sure they've been cheaper than this for a 3 pack?
you're right!

No, he's wrong and you're right?! :D

As shown by the CCC image above, £12.80 in 2014! So if you have a time machine...

Edit: I have 1 of these, paid £8.99 for 1 so 3 for £13.99 is pretty damn reasonable I reckon. Works well, it lives in a wardrobe and provides ample light. Still on the original batteries too.

Edited By: hollger on Nov 25, 2016 17:01
#12
These are really good lights. I've had the same outside in the wind and rain for the past year and still works a treat!
#13
stephenr
These are really good lights. I've had the same outside in the wind and rain for the past year and still works a treat!
You sure it's this model? It says these are for inside the home
#14
I always wonder if some of this stuff is people getting on a band wagon of thinking their saving money when they might not be. Wouldn't be cheaper just to get an LED bulb and turn that on? Surely you have to factor in the cost of the batteries or can rechargeable be used? If rechargeable then how many hours to charge - say 5 hours a year - wouldn't that be more total electric than turning an LED bulb on each time needed?
#15
Motion sensor is good on these for when the kids wander through to our bed during the night. A few strategically placed in the hall provides plenty light.

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