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πŸ”‹ Rechargeable Wireless Activated Portable Anywhere Review

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Description of πŸ”‹ Rechargeable Wireless Activated Portable Anywhere

Working Mode:One end has a three way switch which is ON-OFF-G set it to always on or motion-sensor, or off It uses simple sticky tapes to tape the light anywhere you want it to be.and then the light itself has a magnet built into it. Super Bright & Rechargeable:Built-in rechargeable 850mAh polymer lithium battery. Motion Sensor: Automatically senses human motion within 10ft/120Β° and shuts off after about 20 seconds of no movement. Built-in Magnet to Stick on Any ironwork:Very easy to install and get setup no need drilling or extra switch. pretty compact and stylish, so you can remove the light from the magnet for charging or as a hand-held light. Various applications:It can be placed in a closet, drawer, cabinet or any other dark place.

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Revainrating 5 out of 5

Added safety when climbing stairs in the dark

I am 69 years old and live in a two story townhouse with metal railings and 15 steps to the top floor. In the evenings I often walk up and down the stairs to the upstairs bedroom, but sometimes I don't turn on the overhead light. I attached these lights to the railing posts with magnets. So when I approach the stairs, the motion-activated lights turn on and off automatically, illuminating the stair area, making the stairs safer and easier to use, and I make no mistakes. A cheap and shiny way…

Pros
  • Quality construction
Cons
  • Slightly torn

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Do not buy until you read this

I saw these lightbulbs at my daughter's house and wanted to buy them. Taped under their cabinets with commando-style foam tape and I loved the brightness it offers. I ordered them and removed the stickers from the lanterns and was left with a lot of gooey goo. The attached picture is from the 2nd set I ordered to give you an idea. I plugged it in to charge and my goosebumps were gone and I carefully removed it. I installed the light after charging and the motion sensor never worked. I was able…

Pros
  • Lots of positive emotions
Cons
  • Some difficulties

Revainrating 1 out of 5

Not as happy as I had hoped.

I really wish they liked them better. They sounded so perfect for where I needed them in our kitchen. We have an aging lamp under the closet that I wanted to replace with this pair of lamps. I have read the product information. Reading dimensions and luminous efficacy etc. I was hoping to save electricity and even get more brightness where we need light. But everything went wrong. There were problems attaching products to the bottom of the cabinets. The glue that came with it didn't work and I…

Pros
  • tools and household goods
Cons
  • I'll write later

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Works better than anything I've ever bought

These little lightbulbs are AMAZING. I installed one above my front door on April 10th while it was still snowing in Chicago and it worked perfectly in the cold. It only appears at night and only when it senses movement. Although the switch can be set to the "ON" or "OFF" position. I've never gotten my key through a door in the dark, and it gives me a lot of light when I'm in front of the door. I have side lights on either side of the door, and even though I walk past these windows at night…

Pros
  • lighting and ceiling fans
Cons
  • not reliable

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Great LED under cabinet lighting but read this.

So I bought them to light up the kitchen cabinet in my new house. I didn't want to drag cables and thought this would be a great alternative. And it was. However, if you want to use them for under-cabinet lighting, consider two things: 1: The bottom edge of the cabinet will interfere with motion detection. Usually there is a ledge under the cabinet. You have to put them under the closet, but the lip is in front of the light. This edge blocks the motion sensor, thereby reducing the motion…

Pros
  • Emergency lighting
Cons
  • New competitors appeared