NETWORKED MR BEAMS TWIN PACK LIGHTS - LOWEST EVER £47.80 at AMAZON PRICE
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NETWORKED MR BEAMS TWIN PACK LIGHTS - LOWEST EVER £47.80 at AMAZON PRICE

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Found 9th JanEdited by:"cgap"
I appreciate there have been a lot of seriously cheap Mr Beams deals at Homebase recently, so this deal will most likely go ice cold.

However those deals are for the standard Mr Beams lights and these are the 'Netbright' series which you can link up to 50 lights in a network to all come on at the same time if any of the lights are triggered.

This is a fairly niche product I guess, but is the lowest price it's ever been on Amazon.

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That video is illuminating
Need something like this, but the cost will soon mount when you see how many needed. Not sure whether a big security light is all I need.
I got three 2 at the back & one at the front FANTASTIC IMO
I'd imagine there'll be more networked MrBeams out soon, seeing as Ring have bought them.
Ding Dong.. floodlights.
Nice but surely you get enough light from one zone? By the time you get close to other zone that comes on anyway? Do you really need this?
mcek4 h, 1 m ago

Ding Dong.. floodlights.


DING DONG, Landlord here, I need to borrow your lounge carpet to park my Audi on.
I'm disappointed in you HUKD. This is the eighth post, and no images of Mr Bean yet.
moonspook13 m ago

I'm disappointed in you HUKD. This is the eighth post, and no images of Mr …I'm disappointed in you HUKD. This is the eighth post, and no images of Mr Bean yet.



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6 * D batteries required, I guess 3 per unit? Expensive to run then quite possibly.
At that price would expect it to be solar powered or at least some other type of power than d cells
dissapointed by the PIR sensitivity
MynameisM54 m ago

At that price would expect it to be solar powered or at least some other …At that price would expect it to be solar powered or at least some other type of power than d cells


Solar powered lights are and unreliable. Now if they were D cell supplied with envelop type batteries and solar trickle charged then that would be different.
dc24474 h, 19 m ago

dissapointed by the PIR sensitivity


Dissapointed that they're oversensitive or undersensitive?

I find that the ones I have can be oversensitive dependant on where they are located. The one covering my kitchen door occasionally is set off by exhaust steam from the boiler flue in cold weather. And the ones covering the patio doors are sometimes set off by rats at night (we have a Canary camera that picks all this up).
cgap8 h, 44 m ago

Dissapointed that they're oversensitive or undersensitive?I find that the …Dissapointed that they're oversensitive or undersensitive?I find that the ones I have can be oversensitive dependant on where they are located. The one covering my kitchen door occasionally is set off by exhaust steam from the boiler flue in cold weather. And the ones covering the patio doors are sometimes set off by rats at night (we have a Canary camera that picks all this up).


Under.

I want the pets outside and foxes to trigger them. They often don’t.
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