I just barely installed mine and they are AWESOME! They light up my room so brightly enough that my V3’s can see in color! Also, one word of advice I would give people is to set them up in a way where one of them will maximize the motion sensor at the entrance to stairs.
I have it so one sensor will catch people before they actually set foot on the stairs. The motion sensor actually goes pretty far and captures at a wide enough angle too. I have them pointing at the entrances to the stairways so that they trigger before a person even gets to the stairs. I am impressed how much light they put out too. I thought I would need several in my stairway, but they’re bright enough that I was able to repurpose some elsewhere. My wife was impressed how well well they worked, that they last as long as they do and are rechargeable (let alone the price). 1 more bonus point toward justifying my Wyze addiction spending! YES!
Something totally underrated about these, the magnets in them are strong! I didn’t even use the mounts they came with…I had a little tiny wall nail (the ones that are so small and skinny and almost have no head on them) on the wall, and the magnet on these things held the entire nightlight up on the almost non-existent tip of the wall nail really firmly. I was shocked how stable it was on there. I hung another on the stair overhang corner that had metal. and another on a screw head on an old phone jack that is not used anymore. I banged around them, and tried bumping it and it was shocking stable. I couldn’t believe they held on so well. I’ll use the issued mounts for some of them in special locations, but man it’s crazy how well they hold up even with a little tiny nail tip flush against the wall. There’s no way they should hold on that well, but they do!
I’m going to buy more of these now. They are even better than I expected them to be!
My cats will set them off, and my toddler will grab at them, so I set mine up higher like shoulder/head height. I even tested one around 7-8 feet up and it surprisingly easily triggers too. I just have to plan how to angle some of them in some locations where I don’t want the cats setting them off and burning the battery at night unnecessarily.