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Here's something cool!
« on: May 14, 2019, 11:58:06 AM »
So one thing I don't like is that there are no outside lights (except the awning leds of course) that help to light the front door. I found this item that runs on batteries, is waterproof, is magnetic and has motion sensors so when you walk up to the door at night, the light illuminates the front door. Then turns off in 20 seconds. You can pull it off the base as it's held by magnets and use it as a handheld flashlight. The one hidden feature is it looks like a camera so it might help to scare a thief off when it lights up on him. Remember that you need to remove it before you drive off though as the magnet is not strong enough to keep it attached driving down the road. Great buy for $15.


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Re: Here's something cool!
« Reply #1 on: May 14, 2019, 03:26:34 PM »
Be careful using it outside. It's water repellent not water proof.  Indoor use only the way I read it.  The write up says:

4: WATER RESISTANT: Sensor Brite 360ís water resistant construction means you can use where it might get a little damp such as BATHROOMS, SHOWERS, and LAUNDRY rooms. You can also use outside the home in SHEDS, CARPORTS, and GARAGES.
« Last Edit: May 14, 2019, 03:28:35 PM by Rene T »
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Re: Here's something cool!
« Reply #2 on: May 14, 2019, 04:03:48 PM »
Be careful using it outside. It's water repellent not water proof.  Indoor use only the way I read it.

I wanted the same kind of thing but had trouble finding a truly waterproof one that cast light the way I wanted. I found these and mounted one using Command strips so I could remove it while driving. Been using it for about 3 months including multiple events of heavy rain and no problems. Very bright, and very sensitive. In fact it's sensitive enough that I remove it when I'm sitting out late by the fire as my movement and/or the fire will keep it illuminated. It gets very little direct sun due to overcast PA days and shade when I'm in FL, yet no problem with battery staying charged.

Doesn't look like a camera so not the same deterrent value as the OP's.

Could only find a four pack, so I've got 3 spares  ::)
« Last Edit: May 14, 2019, 04:08:04 PM by Back2PA »
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