Mr. Beams Motion Sensing LED Lights

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Mr. Beams Motion Sensing LED Lights
Price: $18.99 - 36.99
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Although I haven’t bought this specific Mr. Beams product, I have bought several Mr. Beams lights on Woot.

I’ve never had a problem with any of them, and they work great.

I had a question once about how to operate one set of lights. I called Customer Service and they were incredibly responsive and helpful.

If I needed some extra lighting, I wouldn’t hesitate to buy a Mr Beams product. I love them!

(No, I don’t work for the company, and I didn’t get anything in exchange for my fair and honest review. LOL)

I have these lights. I’ve installed them inside closets (not walk-in) to help light things up when the doors are opened. They work great! Word of caution, the motion sensors really work. If your kids leave the closet door open, the light will come on!

I can’t imagine 100 lumens would do much. Maybe in a small closet like you describe, but not so much as a ceiling mounted hall light (as shown)

I have some of those LED lights shaped like a light switch, and they work great, but they won’t light up any big area. And those are 200 lumens.

To sum up, I’d love to move to wireless motion sensing lights, but not unless they are at least 60-watt equivalent (800 lumens).

“4 C-Cell batteries each”
Well I’ll just hitch up the buggy and run down to the general store and fetch me some of them C-Cell batteries.
/is a bit fed up with the continuation of the life of the b***ard-child of the flashlight batteries.

I guess you really love changing batteries a whole lot more than I do.

Battery size = battery charge life. Plain and simple.