Various Mr Beams Wireless Lights (MB360 / MB390 / MB723) On DOTD With Prices From £13.99 Prime / £18.74 Non Prime @ Amazon
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Various Mr Beams Wireless Lights (MB360 / MB390 / MB723) On DOTD With Prices From £13.99 Prime / £18.74 Non Prime @ Amazon

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Edited by:"Norse"Found 19th Nov 2017
Some fair prices for these lights. Ideal if you need some now or don't have time to wait around for Lightning Deals that may or may not give better prices. Click through should take you to all Mr. Beams items on offer today.
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MB360
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Like the idea that they are all battery powered. Means you can place them anywhere you like. The MB390 is a best seller with 4.5 stars and over 1100 reviews.
Weird picture of it fitted over a child’s swing with fake grass and someone pushing at night... does that not just seem suspect
The MB390 is £18.99 ...I paid £27.99 for one from amazon 2 yrs ago. It’s been good in our garage that doesn’t have power. I’m yet to replace the batteries but obviously it depends how much it gets used.
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thr0tt13 m ago

Weird picture of it fitted over a child’s swing with fake grass and s …Weird picture of it fitted over a child’s swing with fake grass and someone pushing at night... does that not just seem suspect



Agreed. Maybe the Dad works funny hours and is only available in the evening.

Hang on, what the heck is he doing here?!

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These are really really good. We have one over out front door and only replace the batteries around twice a year. Watch for fakes though
Not impressed with the two I have.
These are not waterproof I have 3. Got to regularly dry out insides
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foxyuk9 m ago

These are not waterproof I have 3. Got to regularly dry out insides



Not had that problem with ours and they've been up for around 3 years. Are yours definitely Mr Beams? As there are a lot of copy lights out there.
They are not waterproof if you don't tighten them after putting the batteries in
I have had one in my yard for over three years and had no problem with rain getting in. I replaced the batteries two weeks ago, but I'm sure they would have lasted longer if the cats and spiders didn't keep turning the light on at night.
I had one only lasted just over and year and then became faulty, think it was the sensor.
I had 2 of the single lights, (paid £12.15 last year in a lightening deal) one is in the shed and is still on the same batteries that I fitted 2 years a go, it's been great. The one I bought last year I have just sent back to Amazon for a refund. It stopped working and when I undid it the thing was full with water but also one of the solder joints had broken.

I'm tempted to get another and this time wrap waterproof tape around the join or use silicone sealant. They're actually very good but not as weatherproof as they claim.
thr0tt1 h, 16 m ago

Weird picture of it fitted over a child’s swing with fake grass and s …Weird picture of it fitted over a child’s swing with fake grass and someone pushing at night... does that not just seem suspect



thr0tt1 h, 16 m ago

Weird picture of it fitted over a child’s swing with fake grass and s …Weird picture of it fitted over a child’s swing with fake grass and someone pushing at night... does that not just seem suspect


I imagine pedos also buy things online so they're probably just making sure they fully capture the market. It's all money in the bank.
Norse1 h, 8 m ago

Agreed. Maybe the Dad works funny hours and is only available in the …Agreed. Maybe the Dad works funny hours and is only available in the evening. Hang on, what the heck is he doing here?![Image]


Playing a US game called Cornhole. en.wikipedia.org/wik…ole
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smokieUK13 m ago

Playing a US game called Cornhole. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cornhole



Thanks for clearing that one up, thought it might be an American thing.
..cant beat Mr Beams...Terrific lights...have 2 of the MB390 model and they do the same job as a wired security light would do.......also the MB723 makes for excellnet night lights around the house, batteries last an age, sturdy, solid vuild quality. Highly reccommended. Hot
I've had 2 of these (admittedly the double LED version) for a few years directly from Amazon so not fake and was not that impressed with them in my setup so have just swapped them out for a propper 10 watt LED floodlight.

They were OK in the summer only having to recharge the batteries once every couple of months, but in the winter it gets to once every 2 weeks as they are very sensitive and picked up even the slightest movement of around 1 square foot of plant it could see blowing at the end of the alleyway around 10 feet away.

I guess they may be ok if you have no movement of anything within 25 feet that might blow.
Edited by: "Dragon32" 19th Nov 2017
I have no idea what those complaining are talking about these are excellent, we have had two already and bought two more recently. One is above the front door, used lots and still on its first set of Duracell ultra batteries now approaching two years old. You of course have to set it so it doesn’t trigger by anything but ours comes on as soon as you go through the front gate. Have another on the garage, our light switch is at the garage door side and if you come in the side door you have to go past loads of bikes etc so put one in their makes it easier to get stuff out quickly and fill the tumble dryer which we store in the garage. Just bought the other two for the side of the house, thought it would take two but got one of the new version for £12 on a warehouse deal and that gives enough light for the whole side of the house. No need to run wires and battery life has been amazing.
Predikuesi1 h, 52 m ago

They are not waterproof if you don't tighten them after putting the …They are not waterproof if you don't tighten them after putting the batteries in I have had one in my yard for over three years and had no problem with rain getting in. I replaced the batteries two weeks ago, but I'm sure they would have lasted longer if the cats and spiders didn't keep turning the light on at night.


Regardless of how tight some are tightened they are still letting water in - even with insulation tape wrapped around as well
Just bought 3 "singles" for £56.97

If I bought the pack of 3 it's £69.95 which obviously not on promo !
Edited by: "dtcdtcdtc" 19th Nov 2017
Bought a MB390 3-pack for £30 on a deal last year. Use rechargeable batteries & been absolutely fine for the couple of months I've had them up.
Mine don't like rechargeable batteries, but last ok on good Alkaline D cell.
ianhalling2 h, 3 m ago

Regardless of how tight some are tightened they are still letting water in …Regardless of how tight some are tightened they are still letting water in - even with insulation tape wrapped around as well


You might have a faulty one we have had one on the front of the house that gets hammered with wind and rain and never had an issue.
Crossbow1 h, 38 m ago

Bought a MB390 3-pack for £30 on a deal last year. Use rechargeable …Bought a MB390 3-pack for £30 on a deal last year. Use rechargeable batteries & been absolutely fine for the couple of months I've had them up.

Now, that was a bargain!!!!
danflorin318 m ago

Now, that was a bargain!!!!


Sorry, £30.99 - but yeah, still a bargain. Then a few weeks later, I saw them being offered for £26.99, which I was a bit peeved about!

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krizw1 h, 55 m ago

Mine don't like rechargeable batteries, but last ok on good Alkaline D …Mine don't like rechargeable batteries, but last ok on good Alkaline D cell.


Do you remember the make & model of your rechargeables? I use these, which some people commented were ordinary at best, but have been great in these lights:

4x Lloytron LR20 D-cell 3000mAh Ni-MH rechargeable batteries: 4-pack lower than price of 2-pack = £6.29 delivered @ 7DayShop
The light sensor actives constantly with the lower voltage rechargeable batteries and the light whistles like a kettle. It does honest!

Also my light is a re brand / clone.

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Edited by: "krizw" 19th Nov 2017
foxyuk6 h, 36 m ago

These are not waterproof I have 3. Got to regularly dry out insides


Yup I have three and noticed the other week there was a pool of water in the sensor cover of one but it still works ok!
Thanks OP ordered two
Would be nice if they bring out new ones with switch that can stay on for 60/90/120/150/180 secs. Come on Mr Beams, time to move on with the times with new features. How about using removable lithium batteries like from mobile phones due to their thinless that you can recharge or replace end of life? Come out with a slim profile version.
Yes mine is original and it is not a substandard to the product advertised here !!!!!. The unit is tight however still water ingress It's either way waterproof/ rain proof. Or it isn't. Certainly not where mine are situated !
Edited by: "foxyuk" 19th Nov 2017
arpster19th Nov

..cant beat Mr Beams...Terrific lights...have 2 of the MB390 model and …..cant beat Mr Beams...Terrific lights...have 2 of the MB390 model and they do the same job as a wired security light would do.......also the MB723 makes for excellnet night lights around the house, batteries last an age, sturdy, solid vuild quality. Highly reccommended. Hot

How much did you pay for them?
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