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Patazon via Amazon offers the Mpow 8-LED Solar Powered Wireless Security Light for $13.99.
Link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00XJJV1FM 

Coupon code QMWUIRXO drops it to $10.99. Free shipping with Amazon prime. 

I have a similar model and it has been working great since April. Waterproof and nice and bright. 

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If you want to buy more than one - the four pack is cheaper at $9.99 each and no coupon needed. However, the price changes regularly.

https://www.amazon.com/Mpow-Security-Outdoor-Lighting-Fencing/dp...

A second the OP opinion of the quality of these.... I have several on my deck. Light lasts all night long.

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Seems like the light selector is in the back of the unit so does that mean you'll have to unscrew the panel to change it?

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btownsz1 said:   Seems like the light selector is in the back of the unit so does that mean you'll have to unscrew the panel to change it?
  
Yes, it must be removed from the wall to access the switch.

I just leave mine in motion sensor mode.  Never needed to access the switch.  These are great lights (I'm happy with my two) and have been very popular on fatwallet.

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IamN41 said:   
btownsz1 said:   Seems like the light selector is in the back of the unit so does that mean you'll have to unscrew the panel to change it?
  
Yes, it must be removed from the wall to access the switch.

I just leave mine in motion sensor mode.  Never needed to access the switch.  These are great lights (I'm happy with my two) and have been very popular on fatwallet.

  yes, I second that. I bought 4 of these, love it so much that bought another 4. I leave mine on dim mode so its on all night.  once motion is detected, it'll go bright for 15 seconds.

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These lights are great, I own a set and they offer a simple alternative if you live in an apt where you can't run wires or modify things. As easy as drilling 2 holes to keep the units in place and let them charge and turn on automatically !

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Mounted 3 of these down at house in Spanish Wells-worked well
Now to see how well they hold up, when back there next year

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This one is also 8 leds but cheaper $7.99. What's the difference?
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https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00S2A7BKW?ref_=ams_ad_dp_ttl

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Bought one recently, seems to work pretty well. We'll see about long-term longevity.

Note: These put out a very blueish light.

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niniss said:   This one is also 8 leds but cheaper $7.99. What's the difference?
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00S2A7BKW?ref_=ams_ad_dp_ttl

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00S2A7BKW?ref_=ams_ad_dp_ttl

 I remember reading somewhere that this is older model. the OP link is the newest model and supposedly brighter LED and also longer lasting. 

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I bought the 20 light version last time they were on sale last month. Working great so far, lets see how it is a year from now.

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Seems like a good deal...just wish we had enough "solar" power in the Pacific Northwest to power them.

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