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Nite Guard Solar NG-001 Predator Control Light, Single Pack
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- A constant flash of light to all animals that hunt or feed at night that they have been "discovered" or are being watched.
- Protects Gardens, Poultry, Livestock, Campsites, Property and much more.
- Solar powered and light sensitive turning on at dusk and turning off at full daylight.
- No switches, its all automatic just remove the black protective tape that covers the solar panel.
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Mount the lights at eye level of the animal to be stopped and face it away from the area to be protected. One to four lights will be required depending upon your application.
Top Customer Reviews
The good news is that they worked! No more dead chickens and deer have stopped eating our landscaping - However, the neighbor's landscaping is looking poor.
NOW for the Best News!
I ordered a pizza and when the delivery guy showed up (after dark) and saw the blinking red lights, he asked what kind of laser security system we had. I told him no worries I had turned it off before he drove up.
A week later my wife a ordered a pizza, different company different driver, same result. He asked about the security sensors.
3 more pizzas since then... same thing each time.
Our neighbors have even commented on the new security system we have and the menacing blinking red lights.
Best purchase we have made in a while.
Get some. They work on 4 legged and 2 legged weasels.
So I want to keep em around.
Unfortunately, our house backs up to a prarie and deep woods so everything from coyotes to deer to raccoons etc are visitors...
Although our coop is very secure, raccoons can get into most locks you wouldn't think possible, dig under the coop, and so can coyotes. And if a coyote finds your coop, you will rarely be able to EVER keep him out again. Possums can also get in very tricky ways.
So we had concerns. I just read about this in a magazine I shutter to admit I read called something like Backyard chickens. Although there is an ad for it in the mag as well, it was cheaper here. Then a worker at the feed store mentioned it. So I got it on Amazon.
So here's the test. We keep the coop purposefully by our house so the chickens are less seen, heard and smelled to the wrong predators as they would be in the very back of our yard. But one attack would be too much.
To test it? I knew raccoons had found our compost bin at the very back of our yard after I had left it open and were coming back to visit every night, with pawprints even on our deck after we grilled. So I first put this on the compost bin, knowing they'd return. They haven't touched it since and it was OPEN for the taking. Good news.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought these to discourage owls from my yard. I recently lost a small dog because of a great horned owl. Read morePublished 20 hours ago by Sandra Hickman
Excellent use in my garden to keep small animals and deer out.Published 17 days ago by Larry Dunavant
One year later and haven't seen a sign of predators around the coop.Published 21 days ago by Brad L
I can't believe it! It works to keep the large animals away. Bears at the bird feeder no more. Such a simple and effective device. Read morePublished 23 days ago by History Reader
It has been working quite well for almost a year without any effort on my part since hanging it with just one screw. Read morePublished 24 days ago by April