Nite Guard Solar

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$19.99 to $75.99

Nite Guard Solar

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Nite Guard Solar has a specially engineered flash that recreates the deep fear of being watched & repels the predator. Automatically turns on at dusk & off at daylight. Read More

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The Original Nite Guard Solar

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.

Features & Benefits of Nite Guard Solar:

  • great for keeping deer out of orchards or gardens
  • automatically turns on at dusk and off at full daylight
  • 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 Solar is solar powered and must charge in daylight before using.

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  • Brand: Nite Guard, LLC
  • Type: Predator Repellent

Reviews (14)

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  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "It Works"

    Ordered two of these guardians to protect a bluebird house after losing some babies to raccoons. The parents are trying again under the watchful eye of the predator light. So far, so good. It comes on at dusk and off at dawn.

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "easy to use insurance!"

    I do think these lights help let predators know that there is human activity around, and they couldn't be easier to use. They also help keep people from backing into my fencing at night!

  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "predator light"

    I mounted the light on television rear of my goat house that faces the woods and it works perfectly, light is bright and highly visible.

  4. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Works for me!"

    The red flashing of these lights at night certainly make me feel like there is some "guarding" going on. And I have had them going a couple of years now with no known predator problems. We have goats, donkeys, and llamas. We are also placing them to hopefully keep feral hogs from destroying our fields. We have nine of them flashing and have had absolutely no problems with them. One even continues to work after having been chewed up and stomped on by one of our goats!

  5. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Excellent Product"

    I purchased a set of four in 2011 to place around a small sheep lot behind my house. Our property is half-surrounded by Audobon land, and on any given night you will hear at least three to four groups of coyotes, not to mention there has been talk of cougars in the area killing calves and sheep. These lights work, I have never lost a single animal to predators since putting them up. They have also never quit working either, I just saw them last night while checking my late lambers. We are even thinking about using them at some of our other farms for our cow herds to help keep coyotes and cougars at bay. I would highly recommend these to anyone who loses livestock due to predators. Cheaper and easier than livestock guard animals.

  6. 1.0 out of 5 stars

    "Stopped working"

    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.

  7. 3.0 out of 5 stars

    "Stopped Working!"

    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?

  8. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Worked for Me!"

    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.

  9. 1.0 out of 5 stars

    "Doesn't work"

    I bought four and installed them at the height recommended for coyotes. I moved them around every few days as instructed. After about four weeks, I found fresh coyote scat within a few feet of one of the lights. Sixty-four days after installation (just past the guarantee period), I had coyotes take out 8 chickens in one night. My neighbor saw the coyotes, so I know what did the damage. I just can't recommend these lights.

  10. 5.0 out of 5 stars


    "I bought Nite Guards and my husband said ""they will never work""! I have had my goat herd for over a year, we have yet to see any type of predator. We certainly hear coyotes almost every night but they don't come around here. I put up 4 Nite Guards (N,S,E, & W), they are blinking as strong today as they were the day we put them up over a year ago. Great, Great for livestock protection!!!!!"

  11. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Must Have"

    "I have a Poultry Farm and varmits are a big problem for me. I purchased the Nite Guard and it has helped me control the problem. I must add it helps to move them around periodiaclly. But the ""NITE GUARD"" is a must have for any farm!!"

  12. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Great protection"

    We have these placed around our shed and horse corral, had noticed coyotes coming closer and closer until they actually entered our machine shed and tried to get our ducks! Put out our Nite Guards and have NEVER had another coyote come close. Had 3 watch me one morning, so I yelled, jumped up and down - no effect; had a brainy idea and covered up the solar charger on the Nite Guard, it blinked and those coyotes scrammed!! I swear by Nite Guard!

  13. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "great for chicken growers"

    We have theses around the barn area for chicken protection. We have many preditors that live in our area so when the door to the chicken house accidently left open I was sure that we would find some dead or missing. It turned out that they were all fine with no losses. We have noticed less activity around the out buildings with hawks and vultures since we placed some high as well as some low.

  14. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "No Batteries needed!"

    Just set it and forget it! Pretty effective way to get rid of your predators, without having to spend a ton.

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