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"The Original" Nite Guard Solar®


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"The Original" Nite Guard Solar®

Nite Guard, LLC

Based on scientific research, repels all night predator animals. The specially engineered flash of this product recreates the deep fear of being watched and repels the predator. Losing calves, sheep, goats and poultry to night predators will end using this highly effective product.

Great for keeping deer out of orchards or gardens.

Automatically turns on at dusk and off at full daylight. It is completely weatherproof, solar powered and will last for years.

One unit will Protect 3-5 acres. Multiple units required for 360 degree protection. One cluster of lights (4 Nite Guards on a post, oriented E, S, W and N).

Nite Guard is solar powered and must charge in daylight before using.

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Item # Description Price Each Qty
NIT-N1 Nite Guard Solar®, each Each $19.95
 
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NIT-N2 Nite Guard Solar® (pack of 4 ) Each $75.95
 
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 - Monday, October 14, 2013
Stopped working
Reviewed By:  D Welton (Clermont, FL) 
Novel idea; but many stopped working just after warranty, far short of claimed lifetime. The cost is higher than feeding a livestock guardian dog when you consider replacing them so frequently.

 - Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Stopped Working!
Reviewed By:  Nancy in Napa (Napa, CA) 
I purchased 4 Nite Guards and installed them as directed for coyotes. They worked except for the fact that ALL 4 FAILED to work after 6 months of use!! Is there any inforamtion as to how long they operate?

 - Friday, March 01, 2013
Worked for Me!
Reviewed By:  D. Black (Centre, Alabama) 
I had Opossums and Raccoons getting into my chicken pens and Coyotes getting closer and closer. Purchased 4 Nite Guards, screwed them to a plastic bucket then turned the bucket upside down over a wooden stake. I now leave the pen open at night--NO Problems!! Coyotes now stay in the woods too.
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