Mr Beams MB393 300-Lumen Weatherproof Wireless Battery Powered LED Ultra Bright Spotlight with Motion Sensor - Brown (Pack of 3) £39.99 @ Amazon
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Mr Beams MB393 300-Lumen Weatherproof Wireless Battery Powered LED Ultra Bright Spotlight with Motion Sensor - Brown (Pack of 3) £39.99 @ Amazon

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Still 2ukp dearer than before, but still worth it. hotukdeals.com/dea…439

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Can use rechargeable AAs with these
amazon.co.uk/Siz…P6/

One minor problem - you cannot remotely call 300 lumens a spotlight. It's the output of a decent torch.

trevordavies1122

Can use rechargeable AAs with … Can use rechargeable AAs with thesehttp://www.amazon.co.uk/Size-Battery-Adapter-White-Case/dp/B0092XYLP6/



Or can be rewired to run off USB Mr Beams Modded

Brilliant Thanks OP been waiting for these to reduce in price again

These are really really rubbish. Cheap plastic and crap light output.
The one I got kept on switching on even when nothing was moving.
Avoid like the plague.

just kept going off and on 4 no reason

I bought one of this last year when it was around £20.

I have a few of them around my house and they give a decent light in the area I need it.
Working without any problems so far since over a year. I love them.

Ok for in a shed but you would be mad to have these as outside lights

Simon Wallace

These are really really rubbish. Cheap plastic and crap light output. The … These are really really rubbish. Cheap plastic and crap light output. The one I got kept on switching on even when nothing was moving. Avoid like the plague.


Just because you had a faulty one doesn't make them all rubbish. mine have worked flawlessly for over a year and are do their job perfectly. Don't know what you mean by "cheap" plastic, they are well constructed and sturdy enough. What did you expect at this price - stainless steel?

bazjan

just kept going off and on 4 no reason


They are sensitive to moving trees and shrubs if not carefully positioned or shielded.

whitehawk

Ok for in a shed but you would be mad to have these as outside lights



nope. I use them very happily as outside lights. And even the quality is very good for the price too.



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Simon Wallace

These are really really rubbish. Cheap plastic and crap light output. The … These are really really rubbish. Cheap plastic and crap light output. The one I got kept on switching on even when nothing was moving. Avoid like the plague.

I concur! Mine worked well for 4 months or so, now just randomly comes on and off. And yes...I have replaced the batteries (with top quality ones) my advice - avoid !

Cheers ordered for shed. All there good for.

Bought these last time round and they are not weatherproof

They are rubbish. Had 2 last time and both stop working after 3 months. They not 100% waterproof and I can tell u that.

I bought them when the last deal was posted for £37.99. Find them really good. Definitely bright enough! My only wish is that they stayed on a little longer after detecting movement (but I guess they've done that deliberately to conserve battery power).

I bought mine back in November, they are still going strong on the same set of batteries and have performed better than expected with the strength of light given off, I have fitted one down both sides of the house and one over the outside bin and they really made the dark nights easier.

If you want something to see where you are going on an occasional basis buy them, if you want to light up your local town get your self some gazzilion watt floodlights......horses for courses

Aren't these cheaper on Alibaba or DX?

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MaximusRo

Aren't these cheaper on Alibaba or DX?




Got a link?

Simon Wallace

These are really really rubbish. Cheap plastic and crap light output. The … These are really really rubbish. Cheap plastic and crap light output. The one I got kept on switching on even when nothing was moving. Avoid like the plague.

No problems with mine, works perfectly!

ordered thanks op

I ordered the twin pack MB312 for £18.99 a few days ago, not as good as this model but hopefully will do the job.

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/a/a3/Mononoke_Kodama.jpg

They look quite scared

Apparently, something called a Claymore is much more effective at dealing with intruders

These are very poor, a high percentage of people have issues with these including myself. If it was £10 it may be worth a punt but £20 + batteries is too much.

Could you attach it to a bike?
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