Sunforce 82080 80-LED Solar Motion Light

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Amazon Price: $36.69 $36.57 You save: $0.12 (%). (as of February 19, 2018 7:28 am – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

Use the power of the sun to light dark areas and add extra security with the Sunforce 80 LED Solar Motion Light. This light automatically turns on when motion is detected and comes equipped with 80 super-bright white LEDs, ensuring reliable lighting power for whenever, wherever you need it.

Customer Reviews

excellent lighting coverage

530 people found this helpful.
 on April 2, 2015
By Frank S. Gonzalez
Very bright light. Great coverage. I have one installed at the moment covering the side of my house.

Installation tip

880 people found this helpful.
 on November 10, 2014
By Mr. Robert Gordon
The instructions don’t tell you that you can remove the light from its bracket FIRST and then install the bracket by itself; Afterwards, you can re-attach the light. I’ll post some photos to illustrate what mean. Other than that, the light is bright, has an adjustable sensitivity to motion, duration time that the light is on and degree of darkness you want the light to turn on in. It works well so far. In the photos 1) that “flower-like” nut can come off completely. There are two of them. Take them both off but be careful as there is a small washer there when you take them off. 2) You will notice the washer has a rough side and a smooth side. The rough side faces the inside of the “flower-shaped” nut. The smooth side should face towards the light itself. 3) You can then attach the bracket by itself to your wall or other surface. 4) Then reattach the light after the bracket is installed.

Very bright and easy to install. Just what I wanted!

42 people found this helpful.
 on May 2, 2016
By Matt
I’ve had this light for a few days now and it has been great so far. It’s very bright and it lights up a good distance. It seems very responsive to motion. I don’t know anything about durability yet since it has only been a few days.

Bought two more, love them

4 people found this helpful.
 on October 31, 2017
By R. Custer
One of us is an electrician so we can wire lighting, but why? Our parking area is 75 feet long and 38 feet wide up in a forest. The wire would cost more than these lights. We bought one at Lowes for $80 to use on our deck. It is really nice but runs dead after an hour. This one does not have two directable panels, but it is very bright and 40% of the price. They will come on when we are coming or going. This is almost November so sunlight is at a minimum they still charge just fine. No wiring, no digging, no ground fault protection, no electric bill. How could we go wrong. It senses out about 50 feet. Almost as bright as the one wired motion sensor twin light that came with the house.

something better than nothing.

3 people found this helpful.
 on May 2, 2016
By wrenchrrr
Not hoping to be the top reviewer pro here but I’ll put in my 02c.

Bright, decent motion detection, limited sensor range.

One person found this helpful.
 on December 4, 2017
By In no sense guilty
Will not point downward less then about 45 degrees without special mounting. I had to attach this to the beam so I could light a pathway. Sensor will not swing more then perpendicular unlike my other security lights. I eventually got satisfactory results. Light my ONLY point directly outward. All my other spotlights can swivel. The light only one direction of movement which is also limited by the design since the bracket is so small for a light with this sensor placement. Cord was actually a few feet short but I will make it work. I would also have like a 5 minute option but I knew it was not a choice before buying it. Sensor never failed to trigger once you got within range unlike some that are slow or fail to trigger below freezing, 32F. I will add picture later on.

1,000 Lumens from 80 LEDs

One person found this helpful.
 on January 5, 2017
By MICHAEL T INTHAVONG
The purpose for which I purchased this light was to provide one side of my house with some light so that I can see at night when taking out the garbage. I wanted a light that was going to be bright enough to light up an area of about 15′ by 35′ but not too bright as to shine into my neighbor’s windows. I also wanted motion detector and solar features for the convenience and no hard wiring requirement. I did not think that a solar light could provide 1,000 lumens and when I found this item, and for the price of $24.98 – I thought it was too good to be true and tempered my expectations. After all, I could always return it if it did not perform satisfactorily.