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- LED power failure light; Automatically turns lights on when power fails.
- Can be used as a 24 hour guide light or handheld flashlight.
- Built-in NiMH battery that recharges when plugged into wall.
- Energy efficient and long lasting LED's.
- A necessity for blackouts, storms, natural disasters, and tripped breakers.
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Some good points about this product:
- It does NOT cover both AC outlets when plugged in to the wall.
- It can be mounted in either up or down position.
On the other hand, there are two improvements I like to see in this product:
1. It has no nightlight mode. That means you cannot leave the LEDs on when the battery is being recharged. It would be great if I can use it as a nightlight as well.
2. The internal battery pack consists of three AAA NiMH cells with capacity of just 200mAh. This is sufficient to power the unit in flashlight mode for about 5 hours only. It would be better if the manufacturer choose the standard 800mAh AAA cells, because then it can provide four times longer runtime.
(Note that the unit consumes 40mA in torchlight mode, 51mA in lantern mode)
Incidentally, Hurricane Sandy is passing by New Hampshire as of this evening. Just a short while ago my neighborhood suffered a 30-minute power outage. As luck would have it, I was in the shower when the blackout hit. Fortunately I have this unit plugged in the bathroom outlet. It came right up and provided sufficient area illumination for me. Without it, I could have broken my neck trying to get out of the bathtub in total darkness... Well, maybe not, but I'm thankful for it anyway. Added 1 star for that.
[Update on 11/16/12]
I have uploaded a picture to the 'Customer Image' section. It shows the size comparison between this product and three other emergency power failure lights I own.
Garrity LED Rechargeable Flashlight (GARKE200GST06N)
Energizer Weather Ready Compact Rechargeable LED Light
Globe Electric 8420401 3 in 1 LED Night Light, White
I unplugged it, left it on in the 'torch' (2 lights) mode. And 12 hours later it was still on! The last 2ish hours it definitely had lost some of its brightness. BUT was still bright enough in our small bathroom to see the 'throne', and the sink and reflection from the mirror helped light the room.
I discovered, hanging it up higher lit the whole bathroom. And same in other rooms I tried in it.
For under $8, and rechargeable, and comes on when the electric goes out, how can you go wrong?
I came back and ordered more. One for every room in the house and a couple of spares...
I hope they don't quit making or selling these!
I actually ended up ordering these 3 times! Now I have backups to the backups!
Yes, they are that good.
I have had these for months and months. Been through several power outages. Have not had one problem in any way whatsoever. No bulbs have burned out, the on/off switch is fine, comes on automatically when the power goes out, so I am not stumbling around, scared, in the dark. These are awesome!
Update: the power went out once, during the evening hours. My array of LED power failure lights lit up the house like a Christmas tree. I was able to navigate the whole house, including several staircases and normally dark hallways, because of these lights. They worked as I'd hoped, and although the power seems to be more reliable and not cut out as many times as it had before I bought the lights, I am confident they will continue to work as promised. I am sticking by my five star rating.
The "guide light" is simply one red LED (or possibly white LED with red lens). It doesn't light up any surrounding area, so it's not useful as a night-light. The only use I could see for the guide light is locating the unit in an otherwise completely dark room. Presumably, since the light comes on when the power goes out, this wouldn't actually come up very often. Otherwise the guide light just draws more attention to the unit which, again, is not as attractive as the picture appears. I'll probably put some white tape over the guide light.
Pictures on Amazon in the retail cardboard / plastic packaging appear to be correct and match the units I received. The marketing image of unit ones not.
The plug is not polarized, so it can be plugged in pointed up or down and it does not block access to the adjacent outlet.