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you like scaring people? Do you want to be the envy of the
neighborhood? Would you like lights, motion props or scary noises to
turn on at just the right time?
Here are TWO (2) simple to use prop timers for your Halloween props. Simply plug one
end into regular household current and plug your prop (lights,
electronic motion animations, etc.) into the other side.
When the unsuspecting trick-or-treater walks by, the motion sensor will pick up their movement and trigger the prop - scaring the living daylights out of them!
Great for haunted houses as well.
How to use:
1. Adjust the amount of time you want the props to stay on (from about 6 seconds to about 10 minutes).
2. Adjust the light dial from daytime to nighttime if you only want your props to trigger at night.
Does it work on more than one prop?
you have a bunch of props that you want your trick-or-treaters to
activate at once, you can just plug a regular power strip in to the
output side of the device. They will all activate at the same time. If
you want them to activate at different times, you will need to buy more
than one unit.
Does it work outside?
Yes! It is weatherproof and very durable. It should last 10-20 years.
Is it east to mount it?
Yes! It has 2 screw holes and can be attached to almost anything.
Can I get a discount?
If you want to buy more than one at a time, please see our other listings for multiple items. You will get a discount and no extra shipping charges.
Compare these to the competition selling for $60 - $75 a piece.
These now come with BLACK electrical cords. You asked, and we listened!
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