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The Bionic Spotlight is a solar-powered security light that's meant to be hung outside the home, either near an entrance or a secondary building (like a shed) or in a yard or garden. This light, with its black outer shell and attached solar panel, contains a smart motion detector that's stated to be able to detect motion from up to 25 feet away. Once it detects any sort of motion, it's been designed to turn on eight high-intensity LED lights in order to illuminate a surface area of more than 600 square feet.

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Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of Bionic Spotlight is $19.95 and the shipping is FREE!

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How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Install Light

    To mount one of these lights, you'll need to choose a location that gets a fair amount of sun, and one that you can add screws to. A wooden post, wall or fence may make an ideal location. Depending on the type of wood you'll be screwing your solar-powered light into, you may need to drill holes first. Regardless, you'll need to add a total of three screws to the ready-made holes in your light's base. Be sure to mount it at a fairly high height, so it can bathe as much of your property in its light as possible.

  2. Adjust Panel

    Next, tip up your light's attached solar panel so that it's resting at an angle at which it can catch the sun's rays, instead of sitting flat. Tipping it at an angle of around 45 degrees may work best for most lights. Once you've adjusted the panel to your liking (you can always move it later if it's not suitable), twist the knob on the right-hand side away from you to fully turn the device on.

  3. Charge During Day

    Your Bionic Spotlight will take about a day to soak up the sun's energy and give itself enough power to work all night if the need arises. You won't need to take any action while your light is charging.

  4. Enjoy Enhanced Security

    Once your light has charged for a day, it'll be ready to detect motion and turn on at any time of the night. You can rest easy, knowing that you'll be alerted to the presence of any potential intruders and that if you do have to leave your house, you won't have to do so in the dark.

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Features

  • Mainly Black

    Aside from the light that it gives off, each Bionic Spotlight is black, which will give it a discreet appearance in the dark. A potential intruder may not even see it there and might be shocked when it turns on, clearly showing them in bright light. Each light looks much like a professional security camera, too, which may also scare potential intruders of the human variety.

  • Eight Led Lights

    There are eight LED lights that operate at a high intensity built into each one of these spotlights. When they turn on, they'll be so bright that you won't possibly be able to miss them, and due to the fact that they're LED lights, they may last for hundreds of thousands of hours. Even if one burns out after a long period of time, you' and anyone else who approaches your spotlight will still be able to see the brilliant presence of the others.

  • Weather Resistant

    You'll be able to keep your Bionic Spotlight outdoors throughout all the seasons, in all kinds of weather, due to its durability and its resistance to weather damage. You won't have to worry about undoing screws to take it down and bring it inside during blizzards, hailstorms and the like.

  • Automatic Shut-off

    After the motion this spotlight has detected has ceased, the LED lights will turn off after a quick 30 seconds. This will help your light conserve its solar power, so it won't end up burning out partway through the night and leaving your home and family at risk. The automatic shut-off function will also help ensure that after the light has had a reason to turn on, it won't keep you up all night.

Positive Points

  • Makes Entering Home Safer

    If you hang a Bionic Spotlight near any of your home's entrances, it'll automatically make entering your home in that direction a much safer thing to do. Without a light like this, you might trip on or bump into a random object and hurt yourself, but this kind of light will enable you to clearly see any obstacles in your path. If you pull up close to your garage, this type of spotlight will even detect the motion of your vehicle and turn itself on to light your way before you get out.

  • Can be Used in Yard, Garden

    This spotlight will also make your yard or garden a safer place to be in at night, especially for kids who are playing or adults who are doing some extra physical work. You may want to install one near the door of your shed so you can safely enter it while getting a clear look at everything inside, too.

  • Detects Animals and Humans

    The Bionic Spotlight will not only detect motion from humans or vehicles, but it'll also detect motion from animals. Therefore, if the pesky neighbor's dog or a marauding raccoon decides to scavenge through your garbage cans, you'll be visually alerted almost instantly. Furthermore, if you live in a rural area, you may be happy to know that this light will detect motion from dangerous animals (such as bears) who might be hanging out near your house.

  • Doesn't Make Noise

    The alerts that this spotlight will provide are visual only. Unlike some other security devices, this light will never make noises that could disturb you or your neighbors.

Negative Points

  • Tools Required

    Some outdoor lighting can be installed without tools, but to install a Bionic Spotlight, you'll need at least a hand-held or electric screwdriver, and may also need a drill. If you have little to no experience with tools, you could find the process of installing this type of light difficult and may have to ask for help. On a related note, the fact that each spotlight needs to be screwed onto its location will interfere with its portability, since you'll need to undo its screws if you want to move it.

Save Money

This light runs by the power of the sun, so using it every night won't cause your regular electricity bills to rise, as they would if you were to use a traditionally powered security light. You also won't need to keep obtaining replacement sets of batteries, as you'd have to with a battery-operated outdoor light. Charging your Bionic Spotlight in the daytime is virtually free since the sun would be giving off the same energy anyway, regardless of the light's presence.

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Posted: 26 Nov 2020 Jamus McFadden - (Dallas, TX)

Why Did I Buy?

Why did I buy this? Every business in a buy/sell transaction needs to make a profit. I'm guessing that involves three to four different parties from the manufacturer to the retailer. At a retail cost of 19.50, that comes out to about 4.00 worth of parts assembled by Chinese slave labor. Why didn't I use my critical thinking skills and purchase a Decent quality product that works as advertised and will last longer than "four easy payments"?

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Posted: 23 Nov 2020 Janice Sayre - (Atlanta, GA)

Excellent Light

I bought mine at Walmart and I thoroughly love it. I put it out by the chickens to see if there are any prowling Critters at night. It is bright and lights up nicely.

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Posted: 01 Nov 2020 James Reece - (Phoenix, AZ)

Don't Waste Your Money

I can't believe that I have allowed myself to get sucked into yet another scam of an offering of what is displayed as the greatest thing since sliced bread, only to receive a product that is so damned low in quality, I would compare it to a completely moldy loaf of bread. These lights are so inferior in quality, I just want to hit myself for being so STUPID to have fallen for their BS. Don't waste your time or money!

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Posted: 26 Oct 2020 Karin - (Bothell, WA)

Do not understand how you can advertise on TV and my order from the beginning of November is out of stock for the Bionic Spotlight. Not a good business strategy!

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Posted: 14 Oct 2020 Hymus McCarthy - (Delaware, OH)

The Reviews Tell it All

Scam. Won't bite until I see reviews with more stars.

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Posted: 10 Oct 2020 Ralph - (Toms River, NJ)

Thank you All

Thanks you all for letting us know of the terrible way you have been treated!
This is one of the worst way I have ever seen buyers treated in my 84 years!

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Posted: 08 Sep 2020 Jimmy Stewart - (Lacey, WA)

RACIST COMMERCIAL

This message is for African Americans. And other people of color only! The commercial for this product is racist. Think twice before spending your money on a racist, ws product. In this commercial, the thug is represented by an African American man. All the other participants in this commercial are caucasian. This is the typical display of stereotyping African Americans as thugs while criminalizing and demonizing all people of color. If you are not a person of color, you won't understand the negative effect this type of advertisement displays; so you can save your ignorant, naive comments for someone who cares what you think. Again, this message is for African Americans and other people of color only!

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Posted: 10 Sep 2020 Terry E Harris

Thank you, Jimmy Stewart for the post. I will certainly be buying a similar product elsewhere.

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Posted: 11 Nov 2020 Yep

Your reply is just as racist but I’m white so I guess I wouldn’t understand. This is why racism will never die. Certain people look for it in every nook and cranny and even misconstrue things to make them “racist” how about you just live your own life maybe try to live a happy one.

Posted: 11 Sep 2020 Pastor Linda

Jimmy, I want to thank you for your insightful comment, which, by the way, shouldn't be limited to African Americans or people of color. We ALL need to hear it and be aware of it. I am not a person of color, but I do care! And now that you've made me aware of the obvious stereotyping in the commercial, I won't be buying this product. I would also ask you to consider that, by assuming comments from caucasians will be negative and that we don't want to be enlightened to issues like this, your comment was also racist. If we want to inspire change, then we need to stop responding to each other in anger and look for opportunities to dialog. Thank you, again, for enlightening us on this racist commercial. Remain blessed!

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Posted: 12 Oct 2020 Stephan G

Very well put PL! You can't respond to racism with racism. I will definitely not purchase from that company. I wasn't at first paying attention to the people but mostly to the light itself and am thankful this was brought to my attention before making a mistake. There are other alternatives: ).

Posted: 26 Sep 2020 hpoiuy

Not on the commercial I just saw and why do you think that aa aren't against criminals no matter what the race is? And why are you against aa getting jobs?

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Posted: 02 Oct 2020 jim hines

There is no skin color on this planet that could be presented that would not protect your idea. Therefore, I say be a l o n e y. Make it a white person, or a red-skinned person. Or an Asian person, etc., and I don't really care-criminality knows no color. The same idea was tried against barilla pastas, which presented it's product in a typical family advertisement, with unfamily people protesting loudly. Enough of that. Hate speech, please.

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Posted: 31 Oct 2020 Jose Herrea

Racist by definition is when you see ANYONE by their color. So who are the racist?

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Posted: 11 Nov 2020 Blah blah

Your an idiot. Quickly look for racism anywhere you can find it.

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Posted: 26 Nov 2020 Jim posey

I read your comments and looked and saw what state you were from and there’s the answer, you people are as biased as those in Oregon. Strain at a bat and swallow a camel is what this crazy generation does. With NO reasoning at all.

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Posted: 23 Aug 2020 william austin - (Stockton, CA)

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It's been over a week and I have not heard a word from you about my order. Very poor service. I will check my credit card to see if you got your money and will react accordingly. Upset but not pissed yet. I hope your product is better than your service.

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Posted: 15 Aug 2020 DORRIS - (Asheville, NC)

BIONICSPOTLIGHT

Based on negative content, I will not waste my time or $.

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Posted: 14 Aug 2020 Cathy Culp - (St Louis, MO)

Never Received

Took my money but never sent it to me. No email, no tracking #. Called talked to Fella who said mine was never sent off. Told him I want my money back. Better be back on my credit card within 3 days! NEVER AGAIN!

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Posted: 07 Aug 2020 James C Bertram - (Port Saint Lucie, FL)

CHINA!

I have ordered lights from this company before. I found out it is based in China. Do I need to say anything more!

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Posted: 18 Jul 2020 george ulrich - (Edwardsville, IL)

Don't Waste Your Money

Well I received order placed on 5/2 on 7/17. After reading their instructions I found it interesting they say to remove in winter due to frost damaging unit. I guess we don't need lite when it 's cold. Don't waste your money.

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Posted: 07 Jul 2020 Carol Williams - (Calgary, AB)

Where is my Order?

I ordered two lights on May 3, 2020, and I still have not received my order. Where is it? I phoned the number shown, but nobody answers.

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Posted: 03 Jul 2020 I got scammed - (Egg Harbor, NJ)

This is definitely a scam. They even have an "arbitration" agreement at the bottom of the site. The site was created on 8/29/2019. The registry domain I'd is 2428147567_DOMAIN_COM_VRSN. If you look up the return address: 400 Returns Rd Wallingfilord CT 06494, you will see they have multiple businesses associated with it including: trylightbar.com; nutrichopper.com; tryflexiblemirroe.com and the list goes on and on and on. Ensure you double check all the agreements on a site before purchasing and lookup return information and ensure it's not linked to others where people are not receiving products. I just have to take the loss on my $28.75. Never again. Lesson learned.

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Posted: 02 Jul 2020 Nelia Ross - (Orangeville, ON)

Never Received My Order

I ordered directly from the Bionic Spotlight website back on April 30th. My credit card was charged and I am yet to receive my order. The tracking states that it is currently out of stock. I can't get through on their telephone, never an answer and the website does not allow for contact via email. My emails stating my order was processed bounced back when I replied to them. Buyer beware!

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Posted: 09 Jun 2020 george ulrich - (Edwardsville, IL)

This Company Seems to be a Scam

Ordered 5/2/20 order #10321882 payment accepted says 2-3 wks delivery. Checked order today 6/9/ 20 says out of stock they do not answer phone # provided and they do not answer emails. This seems to be a scam.

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Posted: 02 Jul 2020 Nelia Ross

I am in the same boat! I ordered on April 30th and status shows that it "Is out of stock". There is no way of contacting this company! Such a scam!

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Posted: 08 Jun 2020 Randy - (Statesville, NC)

Terrble Customer Service/Delivery

Ordered in April with 2-3 weeks delivery. Still no delivery June 8! Impossible to contact customer service. I guess this is covid-19's fault too. Just ridiculous.

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Posted: 09 Jun 2020 george ulrich

The exact same for me ordered 5/2/20 says 2-3 wk. Delivery. Order receipt now says out of stock I have called tried to email no response.

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Posted: 13 Jun 2020 Joseph Troiano

The same for me also. Placed my order on 05/11/2020. Still out of stock. How can that be? The Bionic Spotlight company is out of stock for their item, this long. I will call the customer service number tonight.

Posted: 07 Jun 2020 vernor a lindsay - (Payson, UT)

Worst customer service I have ever dealt with they give no easy way to track your order. It has been over thirty days since my order and still no lights!

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Posted: 01 Jun 2020 Robert C Vaden - (Coeur d'Alene, ID)

My order # 10310326 was ordered and paid for 4/26/20 and I still have not received my order, Called the number giving for checking order status on hold for 1 hour with no response, Looks like you are a SCAM COMPANY. Let's see how long if ever I receive a response to this e-mail or 5093899402 Unhappy customers.

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Posted: 02 Jun 2020 Mario

I completely understand. I ordered a pair after seeing a commercial on the late night using the Bell Howell website. It took the full 3 weeks to process the order, then another two to actually get it in a box and out their warehouse. Finally came today. Crazy. Most of the time they won't update you on the status, unfortunately.


Order Date: 03/26
Recieved Product: 06/1.

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Posted: 26 May 2020 EVA BROWN - (Jackson, TN)

Would like to know when my order will be shipped it was placed in March we need info on these please.

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Posted: 14 May 2020 Jeff W - (Wilmington, DE)

Where Are They

Beware. Out of Stock. They don't mention they are out of stock when they state 2-3 week delivery. Been hold with them as I'm writing this, 30 minutes so far if no expected ship date is given I'm going to cancel my order. This is no way to run a business.

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Posted: 31 Oct 2020 alana

No way you could do that.

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Posted: 01 May 2020 Eva Toler - (Dayton, TX)

Bionic Spotlights-2

You ran out when I bought mine. I told you to keep the money and you said you would send them to me you we're making more. I paid $26.90 for 2. The order no was 10254555. I never received them. Paypal Mastercard. I bought them on 3-08-2020. It is now May 1st and still hasn’t received them. Please refund my money if not sending them.

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Posted: 04 May 2020 Falisa

I agree with you! I ordered my lights on April 10 and when I call customer service, it tells me the number is invalid or all circuits are busy. I just want some answers and now I wish I'd kept my money!

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Posted: 20 Apr 2020 Carla Arthur - (Oklahoma City, OK)

How Much Longer for my Order

When will I get my order?

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Posted: 10 Apr 2020 Deno Lorenzo - (Uniontown, OH)

Never approved or confirmed an order. They sent one anyway and charged me $80.91. Tried to email them 3 different times with my problem, but the first two we're returned "UNDELIVERABLE"! (uble checked both addresses to make sure they we're the one's offered by Beyond Bright and they we're spelled properly. They both we're as advised by Beyond Brig) As of 10 minutes ago, the third one hasn't been returned, YET!

Called their Customer Service phone Number. Was put on hold, then DISCONNECTED!

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Posted: 08 Apr 2020 Donald Shepherd - (Bentonville, AR)

WHERE are my Lights

I ordered the six pack on 13 February and have yet to receive my order. All I get is they are on back order? Where are they?

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Posted: 13 Mar 2020 Craig MacKay - (Surrey, BC)

Motion Sensor TOO Sensitive

Light would be great if the LED did not come on with no motion present. Light keeps coming on with no motion in the area.👎👎.

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Posted: 05 Apr 2020 GK

I agree. Ours does the same thing. They both are CONSTANTLY turning on and off.

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Posted: 23 Jul 2020 HT

We've bought four units. All four do the same thing - coming on and off by itself all night.

Posted: 05 Mar 2020 donald r spurlock - (Huntington, WV)

No Shipping Time Before Order

No shipping time or ship location before order after I ordered it said it could take 6 to 8 weeks. I felt like I was tricked don't like surprises I would have never ordered taking 6 to 8 weeks.

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Posted: 05 Mar 2020 orlando - (Albuquerque, NM)

God in Control

That's how this country is it's disgraceful how one race falsely believes their above all the other races a keeps them down but like the Creators word says "those who are first will be last and those who are last will be first ", and that's eternal so be Happy that we just have to put up with this for a short time the others will be for eternity.

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Posted: 29 Jun 2020 JT

What does this have to do with the Bionic Spotlight?

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Posted: 18 Feb 2020 Jimmy Stewart - (Lacey, WA)

Bionic Spotlight Racist Commercial Version 2

This review is being resubmitted due to someone tampering with the original message. I watched the "Bionic Spotlight" commercial today for the first time. I noticed that the only appearance of a Black person was when the announcer mentioned that the Bionic Spotlight can also be used for security. After making that statement, the commercial showed a Black man wearing a hoodie while trespassing on someone's property; when the Bionic Spotlight was activated by movement, the Black man immediately made an about-face and departed the area. This scene depicted the Black man as a potential burglar. Other than this one scene, everyone else in the commercial was Caucasian. This is an insult to Black people everywhere.

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Posted: 20 Apr 2020 Nate

Jimmy Stewart makes an interesting observation and though others may disagree and want to pull the race card. However, I believe in today's world it is the advertiser's responsibility to display a neutral field. For example, I saw a Jared Commercial where they had depicted everyone in a positive light. So in the commercial, they could have not shown the race of the person or displayed two offenders one white and black. Sorry, that are world is so insensitive about things. I wish we could all get past our racial differences and embrace the differences giving others the benefit of the doubt.

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Posted: 02 May 2020 Cathie Penalagan

Wow, maybe it's because I'm from Canada but I watched the commercial and I could not tell you what race was shown where. I honestly just saw people in a commercial and that was it. No thoughts about black, white, or any hidden message or meaning. Geez, I just wanted to know if the darn lights worked so I could use them to see in my backyard when I go out. If anyone asked me what the race of the people we're I would not be able to say for sure who or where in the commercial they we're. I was only looking at how the product worked.

Posted: 30 Sep 2020 Tyrone Stewart

I agree with Cathie, I could not tell you what race was shown and I too was just wanting to see if the light would help light up my yard and I am a person of color. I believe we need to quickly make everything about race or sooner or later no one will care because we throw the race card for every little thing. Not everyone is racist. Trust me, the most racist people are people of color and this is hard for me to say but I see it mainly in my surroundings. So as a man of color we need to take the high road and stop pushing everything about race.

Posted: 16 Feb 2020 Jimmy Stewart - (Lacey, WA)

Bionic Spotlight Racist Commercial

I watched the "Bionic Spotlight" commercial today for the first time. I noticed that the only appearance of a Black person was when the announcer mentioned that the Bionic Spotlight can also be used for security. After making that statement, the commercial showed a Black man wearing a hoodie while trespassing on someone's property; when the Bionic Spotlight was activated by movement (red) the Black man immediately made an about-face and departed the area (plying that the Bionic Spotlight is a great crime deterrent) This scene depicted the Black man as a potential burglar and there were no other Black people in the commercial to off-set this depiction. Other than this one scene, everyone else in the commercial was Caucasian (red light-skinned enough to pass as a Caucasian) This is an insult to Black people everywhere.

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Posted: 04 Apr 2020 Rusty Johnson

You are the racist only a racist would watch a commercial looking to see if their 'race' was represented. I didn't see any Indians, or Asians or Hispanics in the commercial either, but you didn't whine about that. Only blacks. There will never an end to the race complaints until the name calling stops and YOU realize we are the HUMAN race.

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Posted: 15 Apr 2020 Jimmy Stewart

Advice: Read the review thoroughly before commenting. If you are unable to comprehend the message, don't comment.

Posted: 25 Apr 2020 Rusty

I saw the commercial and thought, hey that's awesome, a black got a commercial gig also, way to go!
Tired of the race card!

Posted: 27 Jun 2020 Bill Mason

Rusty,
Great reply. I also saw the commercial and can't recall what race the intruder was any more than I can tell you what color hair they had. All I gained out of this commercial is how the light functions. The bean counters constantly counting how many of this and how many of that there are doing nothing to improve race relations. In fact is distracting from other issues of substance.

Posted: 08 Sep 2020 Jimmy Stewart

Rusty and bill mason, you both responded like a typical was racist. However, my review was for African Americans and other people of color only! You don't understand being stereotyped or being able to detect hints of racism because you guys are not people of color. You have the option to ignore or excuse acts of racism because it doesn't affect you. One day the problem will be at your front door and you won't be able to ignore it. Again, this review is for African Americans and other people of color only!

Posted: 28 Apr 2020 Grow Up

Hey Mr. Thin Skin,
1. Notice the second intruder was a white kid (k pack with break in to) and
2. You are making the assumption that this dark skinned person was a burglar and black
Sitting around waiting to be offended is no way to live. Time to GROW UP!

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Posted: 23 Jul 2020 sean

You're a pussy looking for a reaction. It's a commercial and the people portrayed are actors who are getting paid so the black guy could have denied the role, but then you would have said that they were racists because there were no blacks. Get a life there is no reasoning with you people.
P.S. Gfy!

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Posted: 23 Aug 2020 RandomSanePerson

You really need to get a hobby. Virtue signaling on a review website for a spotlight. You racist fucks pointing out everyone's skin color and trying to find a reason to be outraged need to just find something productive to do. By the way, you are the racist pos here as from what I see no one else even noticed skin color. Crawl back to your safe space and cry yourself to sleep, if you're lucky you might wake up and still have a great country to live in, or your fellow racists may have burned it down. I would tell you to leave if you hate it so much but I'd feel guilty for sending you off to be another country's problem. Screw it maybe you should move to china and let them know how you feel about their treatment of minorities while you make the rest of us our spotlights that we can't cancel our orders on in some prison labor camp. Maybe you'll see that you have it better here than you could possibly imagine. #Snowflake.

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Posted: 26 Nov 2020 Millwood Jenkins

So what is your solution? Everyone has or will be discriminated against at some point. There is so little racism in this country that is has to be fabricated (think Jussie Smollett as just one example). It's ok to admit you don't like white folks. Go ahead, you'll feel better and you won't get any push back. Here's a fun fact: the word "racist" is so overused it's become virtually meaningless to whites. Realize you've been gaslighted to be a victim. The man behind the curtain pulling your strings hopes you won't notice. You can leverage your perceived victimhood or rise about it. Your choice.

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