|Item Weight||4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4 x 1 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||4 Pack|
|Assembled Height||2 inches|
|Assembled Length||4 inches|
|Assembled Width||1 inches|
|Item Package Quantity||4|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
Megabrite LED Color Changing Night Lights with Photo Sensor, 4-Pack
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
- Includes: 4 LED Color Changing Night Lights
- 7 rotating colors or 1 fixed color with dimmable feature
- Push button sets color & brightness
- Automatic on / off when dark / light
- Cool to the touch, LED bulb never needs replacing
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Top Customer Reviews
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I like to use the blue light which isn't too bright to wake you up, nor too dim to trip onto something, it's just about right. Available colors include Blue, Light Blue, Green, Light Green, Pink/Magenta, White and Red. Some minor complaints: the color transitions are a bit slow compared to Megabrite's other night light, the photo sensor is not as quick or sensitive, and, if you lose power, settings are forgotten and you'll have to re-customize it.
* LED light - lasts a lifetime
* Stylish shell-design casts beautiful aura
* You can set it to always on or automatic on/off
* Smooth color transitions
* Choose one color, or multiple colors
* Dimming customization
* Settings are forgotten if power goes out
* Photo sensor not as quick or sensitive as Megabrite's other night light
* Slightly slow color transitions (this can be a pro depending on your taste)
Overall these are some of the best night lights out there, I highly recommend them.
EDIT (April 9, 2014): Unfortunately the product seems to have been discontinued more than a year ago and the few that are left in stock can go upwards of $99 (it used to retail for $22).
** DESIGN **
Each light is essentially a nightlight base with photo-sensor. Around the device is a plastic design to give the light a very stylish/elegant look to it. It stands out when you compare it to other night-lights which went for generic designs.
The Photo-sensor is top quality and has just the right amount of sensitivity. All four had the sensor in the same position, which shows quality control. Previous types of photo-sensor night lights I've owned would have the sensor positioned randomly for each light. The sensor itself is facing straight with a slight upward tilt. This probably is to focus it towards the light source without blinding it(making it too sensitive).
Each light has a small button on it that changes the light and pattern. If left unpressed the light will just cycle colors(as seen in the video review posted by: M D'Amico). When you press the button it will "Lock" the color in. If you wish to unlock it just press the button again and the light switches to the next color and begins to cycle again.
** LIGHT QUALITY **
As with most night-lights of various color, the RED color is the darkest. Every other color this light switches to has ample brightness. While not the brightest of the lights I've tested, the light is cleanest I think. It has a natural hue to it which really makes the design stick out more. You could say the light is "just right". Bright enough to light the room but not enough to keep you up at night. The device uses a 100,000 Hr.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
perfect for turning light off when night table is on opposite side of the bed.Published 12 months ago by sallyforth
I Bought these nite lights cause my sister had some and I thought they were cool. We have one in the kitchen, both bedrooms and the bathroom.Published 19 months ago by Barbara J.
I love these night lights! I first bought some of these lights at our local Costco. While pricey, hey were beautiful and I have never had to change them or throw them out ... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Kelly Crocker
Why did they stop manufacturing these lights? They are perfect. Just what we needed. We want more but I refuse to pay $100 for a set. Crazy unnecessarily expensive.Published 21 months ago by L. Karres
The LED lights are fantastic, never know how we got along without them, they turn on when the sun goes down, different color choices to choose from or let them cycle from one color... Read morePublished on April 6, 2014 by MICHAEL LYNN ADKINS
love this product........ wish I could find some more......... I have one that runs 24/7 and it has yet to burn out......and it has run for 2 yrs straight now........ Read morePublished on March 2, 2014 by Judy Morton