Mr Beams MB360 Wireless LED Spotlight with Motion Sensor and Photocell £13.99 from £21.65 Amazon (lightning deal)
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Mr Beams MB360 Wireless LED Spotlight with Motion Sensor and Photocell £13.99 from £21.65 Amazon (lightning deal)

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Found 29th Dec 2015Made hot 29th Dec 2015
Mr Beams MB360 Wireless LED Spotlight with Motion Sensor and Photocell - Weatherproof - Battery Operated - 140 Lumens, Dark Brown

just bought another of these for our front door. had one for the bins for over a year, still going setting on first set of batteries.

pop your batteries in, put a single scree in the wall and you are away. it won't light your whole garden but will light a small area pretty brightly.

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we've had this for a year now and its very reliable. still on same set of batteries. light only triggers by ourselves not the wind blowing things etc. not the brightest but is effective for the cost. nice simple unit. easy to install. happy days.

Thanks was needing one of these.

Thanks purchased

Nice find...Hot, The reviews on Amazon are positive

Would only let me order 1... Is it a condition of Amazons lightning deals that you can only order single units?

Thanks ordered.

Got one before crimbo very good just make sure u don't position it near something that will blow in wind as will b on and off all night found out hard way lol and had to re position it

FREEZIN WOLF

Would only let me order 1... Is it a condition of Amazons lightning deals … Would only let me order 1... Is it a condition of Amazons lightning deals that you can only order single units?

Yes, stops resellers taking all the stock.

gone for this....nice one!!

Had mine a few weeks, seems to do the job well

Ordered!

Thanks just ordered in desperate need for something for front door, Christmas lights have been great over last few weeks so this should come just in time for taking them down.

FREEZIN WOLF

Would only let me order 1... Is it a condition of Amazons lightning deals … Would only let me order 1... Is it a condition of Amazons lightning deals that you can only order single units?



Only 1 per account

bought one a few months ago not the brightest, ended up buying a mains powered one..

You bought this for your front door?!

http://img1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20120523132634/memoryalpha/en/images/thumb/4/4f/Madred,_four_lights.jpg/500px-Madred,_four_lights.jpg

Thanks!
Will probably suspend it by string from existing security light that landlady won't fix - she does not like tenants putting holes in walls
Hot!

The Mr Beams MB390 is the best one to get as it is more than twice as bright as this one and has been as low as £17.99 on Amazon.

Have the twin-light version from a previous deal. Very impressed!

..... and with a bit of imagination, it doesn't have to look out of place....
https://www.flickr.com/photos/73763198@N00/

Got one of these previously. As mentioned obviously not as bright as a mains powered outdoor light but these are a great alternative to the wiring involved.

Purhcased! Good deal - heat added!
Edited by: "Notis7" 29th Dec 2015

Thx op heat added

Think they are now sold out?

maddoglewis

The Mr Beams MB390 is the best one to get as it is more than twice as … The Mr Beams MB390 is the best one to get as it is more than twice as bright as this one and has been as low as £17.99 on Amazon.



Agree but it's £29 just now and this is £14.
Edited by: "knack" 29th Dec 2015

I love the word wireless in the title that amazon did. So anything that now uses batteries makes it wireless.

garbage456

I love the word wireless in the title that amazon did. So anything that … I love the word wireless in the title that amazon did. So anything that now uses batteries makes it wireless.


Well if it has no wires then it's wireless...
If you had a battery powered gaming controller would you not call it wireless?!

youngflyer

Think they are now sold out?



Yep, 100% claimed.

I live in a Grade II listed building, would I need planning permission to put one of these up outside the entrance to the building?

maddoglewis

The Mr Beams MB390 is the best one to get as it is more than twice as … The Mr Beams MB390 is the best one to get as it is more than twice as bright as this one and has been as low as £17.99 on Amazon.


Agree - I bought the MB390 when it was on offer and it's been brilliant.

yubious

Well if it has no wires then it's wireless...If you had a battery powered … Well if it has no wires then it's wireless...If you had a battery powered gaming controller would you not call it wireless?!



Cordless. Though this light is wireless, that term is usually used to refer to the transfer of data rather than electrical power.

knack

Cordless. Though this light is wireless, that term is usually used to … Cordless. Though this light is wireless, that term is usually used to refer to the transfer of data rather than electrical power.


Oh I see http://yoursmiles.org/tsmile/emb/t1818.gif
Edited by: "yubious" 29th Dec 2015

sold out.

Damn. Missed it.

Does this need direct sunlight to charge, we dont get any sun in the garden from Oct-Mar.

splatsplatsplat

Does this need direct sunlight to charge, we dont get any sun in the … Does this need direct sunlight to charge, we dont get any sun in the garden from Oct-Mar.



No it purely uses D cell batteries (no solar).

Have the twin-light version from a previous deal. Very impressed!

..... and with a bit of imagination, it doesn't have to look out of place....
https://www.flickr.com/photos/73763198@N00/

yubious

Well if it has no wires then it's wireless...If you had a battery powered … Well if it has no wires then it's wireless...If you had a battery powered gaming controller would you not call it wireless?!



So my remote control is wireless. My radio in my bathroom is wireless. My watch is wireless. The clock on the wall is wireless. All my child's toys are all wireless. Rather than BATTERY POWERED.

Original Poster

azocarbo

I live in a Grade II listed building, would I need planning permission to … I live in a Grade II listed building, would I need planning permission to put one of these up outside the entrance to the building?



I live in a grade II listed too. I suspect that you might need permission if you asked ;-). I know I can attach it discreetly so the unit is not visible and therefore think I should be OK. This would also cause a lot less disruption to the fabric of the building than a wired solution as there is no need to drill through a wall etc.

I was lucky to get one in the end before it ran out (having joined the queue. Thanks OP as I was planning to buy one for additional security.
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