Litom 8 LED Solar Wireless Security Light – Item of the Day — 13 Comments

  1. Since these lights use 18650’s and 14500’s lithium ion batteries, these have the Steven Harris Seal of Approval. If the batteries were no replaceable, they’d live for about 5 years and then be trash. But since the batteries can be replaced in them over and over and the 18650’s and 14500’s are the future of batteries they will be around for decades and thus so you light will continue to work. Steve

    • Thanks for your input Steve the majority of the lights that look just like these are using double As, they were all a no go for me. You might want to give these a shot if you have any need for them, they are impressive with their output.

  2. Thanks for both the reviews! I would like to use these smaller ones for predators in my chicken pen. Do you know the sensitivity of the sensors? How small of a predator would set them off?

  3. Hey Jack, I bought the 24 LED variant of this after one of the prior recommendations. I live in the Tampa Bay area and just a note that this stayed put through hurricane Irma with just the two sided 3M tape holding it in place. Have no concerns with mounting these with just the tape. It took seconds to mount and has stayed put through the storm.

  4. I’m going to be buying some of these for my driveway and by my walk out basement. We had some random asshole wandering around our backyard. After the police confronted him, he was “looking for directions”. I think I also need a “You’re not lost, you’re trespassing” sign.

    • You are NOT trespassing unless it can be shown you saw a sign that says NO Trespassing and understands what it meant. You were not staggering drunk or illiterate etc…. then when you are told you are trespassing, they must have the ability to immediately leave. When the police show up, they have to catch the person on the property. If you tell the cops, you told him to go, that he was trespassing they can arrest him for ‘defiant trespassing.’ Usually what they will do is tell the guy to again, leave, and if does not leave then they hook him up.

      • Just want to add to what SteveH said about not trespassing unless there is a sign, I don’t know about every state but that doesn’t work here in Texas.

        Now in a driveway in a suburb as described, it does.  But once you put up a fence a fence is considered a no trespass sign, even a fence that is easy to get over, around, under, etc.

        If it is fenced you stay the hell off it in Texas or you risk arrest, getting bit by a dogs, getting your ass beat or getting shot, possibly all of the above.

  5. I bought a few of these and they work very nicely. I was a bit worried about having them on the northern (shady) side of the house, so I put some of the first ones there, figuring if they couldn’t do the trick then I would relocate them to the sunnier side(s) and I wouldn’t have spent money on the wrong locations. They’ve been up a couple of weeks and they still “greet” me whenever I stroll around that side of my house at night. I’m buying more!

    • Bear in mind since the start of May we’ve been in the brightest 50 day period of the year with the most northside sun.

      Depending on your lattitude, the real test will be winter

  6. I found a listing for a single 8-led for only $5.99 each with Prime. Cheaper to buy 4 of them individually rather then the 4 pack for $46.99

  7. Another great item is the Indiegogo feature, Lightcam. It’s good for front/back/side porches. I would paste it here but it keeps getting flagged as spam 😀