Keep an eye on feed-robbing hogs and other varmints with this three-beam LED set. Flexible light arms adjust for the perfect angle. Includes green, red, blue and clear lenses. Includes mounting hardware and bracket.
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1 out of 2(50%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
I was hoping these would work as the solution to light up hogs at my feeder, but alas, this wasn't the case. The lights are housed well, but the goosenecks that let you point the lights aren't all that tight. It doesn't take much to move them and that is frustrating.
Another point of frustration is the fact that you can only set the lights to stay on 2, 4 or 6 hours. The feral pigs in my area don't pay me visits until the deep night around 3 or 4 am which makes my investment moot since the lights are turning off at midnight. Maybe this summer will be better, but as it stands right now, it wasn't my best decision.
I wish the instructions had guidelines on the best solar panel to use to keep the 6 volt battery charged.
On the positive side, deer didn't even flinch when the lights turned on at dusk -- I guess that's saying something, but the reason I bought this light wasn't for deer it was for hog hunting and I feel like it didn't do its job as I was hoping it would.
Would you recommend this product to a friend? No
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Review 2 for Moonshine Feeder Light
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Date:July 31, 2011
Great for hogs!
Location: North Texas
I use the Moonshine feeder lights for night hog hunting. I have probably purchased 8 over the last year and 2 failed relatively quickly. The remainder are still going and I run them in the Auto/PIR mode. With a quality 6 volt charger the batteries remain at near 100% charge. Be carefull when changing the battery as the unit must be off or circuit failure can occur. The hogs do tend to get light shy after several of their buddies were harvested in the lights. You can then re-direct the 3 beams farther out and still catch them in the lights. For the price you can't beat these lights and they provide just enough light that you can see the hog with a non reticle illuminated scope - as long as the reticle isn't a fine style reticle. Racoons tend to not set the light off asmuch as they move very slowly. I've used these enough now that when sitting at one stand within view of the others, I can tell what kind of animal is setting them off. Racoons - light will come on only a few times over an hour. Deer - lights will come on, go off, then maybe not come on for 30 secods or so. Hogs - light comes on for it's 20 second cycle, goes off, and immediatly comes on again, over and over until the hogs depart.