Model # 10249

Internet #204862132

Meridian 0.3-Watt Acrylic Blue Twist Automatic LED Night Light


0.3-Watt Acrylic Blue Twist Automatic LED Night Light

$3.35 /each
(limit 35 per order)

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Product Overview

Add a soft twist of light with this Blue Twist LED Night Light. It uses over 96% less electricity compared to a 7 -Watt bulb. Save energy, save money.

  • Stays cool to the touch, preventing burns
  • Built-in photo sensor allows the light to turn on automatically at dusk and off at dawn
  • Environmentally friendly with no bulb to replace and uses only 0.3-Watt max
  • ETL listed, bringing you comfort and peace of mind
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0.3-Watt Acrylic Blue Twist Automatic LED Night Light is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from wonderful! First off, I can't speak on the longevity of these because I've only had them for a few days. But so far they're great. I was skeptical of the color but I'm impressed, very pretty . I was also skeptical of the brightness,given its just a small led one. Also impressed on this. It only uses 0.3 watts, so I can fill every room and hallway with them and it'd only cost 1/30th of a 60 watt bulb. The light sensitivity detection stuff works great too. In fact, it works very smoothly and instantly. I expected there to be a bit of a delay due to some design choices, but a wave of the hand over it and it fades away, then will come back. Do recommend! Attaching a pic to show what one looks like in the dark. Camera doesn't do it justice.. It's actually lighting up my bedroom floor, and lights up the other side enough to see where things are... But not too much so it's an annoying night light.
Date published: 2015-06-07
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