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Predator Protection, Nite Guard, Predator Guard, Solar Nite Eyes, Yard Sentinel, Review Comparison

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Comparison of best solar predator protection units; This video makes a comparison between the four most popular flashing light, solar powered predator deterrent units on the market today….

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19 Comments on "Predator Protection, Nite Guard, Predator Guard, Solar Nite Eyes, Yard Sentinel, Review Comparison"

  1. Yard Sentinel is probably a Chinese knockoff. Its a disgusting fact of life that China routinely does this to American and European businesses. They can't come up with their own ideas, so they copy and ripoff the original.

  2. Do any of these have any form deep discharge protection? The ones they don't, does the manufacturer replace them under warranty if the battery fails early?

  3. burropoco says:

    Extremely well researched and thorough video. Thank you

  4. Cherie Corey says:

    We live in the ocala forest and have bears all the time. The problem is that last night, my mom who lives near me, a small bear actually climbed on the roof of her henhouse and tore it off to get into her ducks and chickens. You can see around her yard various spots where bears have been going in and out of her back yard,which is where the henhouse is. Do you suggest putting around the main yard, or around the henhouse? Thank you so much for this review!!

  5. Coupydog says:

    Okay, 4 were mounted on each side of shed & worked 4U. Where did U move them next & next, etc. as instructions say2 move these every 2 weeks?

  6. Linda Dawson says:

    Hi, Mr. Dunn, Found your video comparing products…you did a great job! I just ordered one Predator Guard. Do the instructions (that I assume come with it ) tell how many square feet (or square yards) just one device will protect? Also, how do you suggest I post it as I read (maybe in your video) that it should be at the eye level of a coyote.
    I've been told by my neighbors that there have been coyotes in my yard. It's a fenced back yard — pretty large. I'm trying to protect my dog. I also bought the wolf urine pellets Thanking you in advance for your answer. Actually anyone that sees this post can give me some advice. Thanks again.

  7. Lee says:

    What about during the day? I had a coyote come right into my yard and snag a laying hen and took off while itwas trying to get away. It jumped right over my fence and i never saw my hen again i try to free range but that is no longer an option as I keep losing hens, what now?

  8. mckTXaws101 says:

    Love the concept. But this device is loosely based on animal instinct. I mean lights flashing in a consistent frequency all night? I can imagine it looks artificial and animals aren't stupid as we've come to believe. I can imagine this working for a month at best before animals get used to it.

    Now what would be better, is a device that is motion activated, lights flash in a random pattern resembling blinking. Also could use a 3/4" translucent lenses over the LEDs to magnify the little LEDs to resemble the size of a predator's eyes. The little red LEDs look more like a small rodents eyes.

    Just saying.

  9. COMING OUT THIS WEEK! an update to this video, showing the first variable frequency flashing light unit… has a switch, replaceable AA battery, magnetic attachment, or screw on… watch for it. It's Predator Guard…

  10. R. Jan says:

    The elderly in particular use a cat-deterrent in their garden. It is a 
    small apparatus with a speaker attached to it. It produces a 
    high-pitched bleep of more than a 100 decibel. The sound is mostly 
    only audible for children, youngsters and people with ears that are 
    still good. Many cat-deterrents use the same noise as the Mosquito. 
    The sound causes pain in the ears, headache, and ringing in the ears. 

    Working Mosquito: 17KHz-20KHz 90dB 
    Working Cat Deterrent/Animal Chaser: 16KHz-23KHz 130dB 

    http://www.hse.gov.uk/research/crr_pdf/2001/crr01343.pdf 

    http://www.icben.org/2014/papers/Team4/4_16%20MariUeda_1.pdf 

    http://www.mosquito.pieptonen.nl

  11. chanel #9 says:

    Thanks so much for the time and expense you put into doing such a great review–and for updating us about the new model Predator Guard. I think I am going to make a little stand out of PVC, paint it black, and suspend the unit from it. That way I can easily move it around the area, plus it will sway a little in a breeze and look more "life like."

    Fred, regarding the Yard Sentinel, do you think the problem is just crappy batteries? Did you try replacing with battery with one of reputable quality? Or do you think it is something else? I once picked up one of those 27 LED flashlights from HF. It soon started acting up. I took it apart and found a bad solder joint on the board. I just ran a little more solder in the joint and it has worked perfectly ever since (FWIW…).

  12. Lou Buf says:

    Do you think they will work on guarding from Great Blue Heron's?
    When will the NEW Predator Guard  design come out any idea?

  13. Milton Deal says:

    I was wondering if those solar nite guards really work. I am thinking about purchasing one of them. Last night two of our lambs were attacked, most likely by our neighbor's hungry dogs. Thought our property has chain link fencing they somehow came into our yard. This has happened 3 times now. I know it wasn't coyote!
    I'm concern for the remaining herd of sheep and my chickens. I could take matters into my own hands with utilizing a firearm but there will always be dogs that attack our sheep. The animal control are slow to act on these matters. I would like more info on the night animal deterrents. The animal control officer just told me over the phone that I have every right to hunt down the culprit dogs.

  14. My bunnies thank you…

  15. arrisslee says:

    Thank you, thank you, thank you!  I have been trying to figure out which one would be the best to buy for my chicken yard. You have helped immensely and the time you took to compare them is much appreciated

  16. Thanks Fred for doing this very thorough review of predator deterrent options. It can be a confusing choice with so many products available.

  17. thank you for taking the time to do the review.  I have purchased but have not received, both Nite Guard and Predator Guard.  Do you think they will work well hanging on a shed surrounded by orange trees not fully exposed to sun? 

  18. Great review thank you

  19. Mark Fossum says:

    Thanks for the thorough review of the predator lights Fred. I've been looking for something to deter skunks, raccoon and even bears from my apiary. I don't think these are the only level of protection but they should be a worthwhile addition.  

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