|Item Weight||7.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7 x 4.5 x 3 inches|
|Item model number||71134CC|
|Material||Power failure light with 5 LED's Emergency Light - automatically lights when power fails, Hand held flashlight, unplug and the light turns on. 24 hour guide light, LEDs are extremely energy efficient. cost pennies per year to operate, ool to the touch no bulbs to replace long lasting rechargeable battery, retractable plug. Plug this light into any standard AC outlet|
|Installation Method||Plug In|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
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Amerelle LED Power Failure Light 71134CC by Amertac - A Backup Plug-In Emergency Preparedness Flashlight - Portable/Rechargeable - 2 Pack
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- LED POWER FAILURE LIGHT - automatically turns on when the power fails; acts as a handy handheld flashlight or 24-hour guide light that is always charged; features a bright, white, long-lasting LED light
- BE PREPARED IN AN EMERGENCY - lights up automatically when the power fails, helping you to find your flashlight quickly; keep them in easy-to-reach places around your home for when your need them
- A MUST-HAVE TOOL - a necessity item for blackouts, storms, natural disasters and tripped breakers; be prepared and invest in peace of mind to protect yourself and your family
- RECHARGEABLE AND RELIABLE - the built-in NiMH battery charges when plugged into the outlet and no replacement batteries or bulbs are required; retractable AC plug fits all standard outlets
- ERGONOMIC AND PLEASING DESIGN - featuring a semi-gloss white and finish that makes a stylish addition to any home and is sure to compliment the surrounding decor; plugs into any standard outlet and does not obstruct the second outlet plug
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|Item Dimensions||7 x 4.5 x 3 in||—||2.8 x 1.1 x 5.5 in||4.33 x 2.36 x 3.54 in||2 x 4.6 x 1.1 in||—|
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|Light Source Type||LED||led||led||led||LED||led|
Be prepared during any power outage with the Amerelle Slimline LED Power Failure Light. Designed with you in mind, the device automatically lights up when the power fails and can be used as a 24 hour guide light or a handy handheld flashlight to help light the way if the lights go out. Simply unplug the device and the light goes on.
It features a retractable plug and a built-in NiMH battery recharges when plugged into the outlet, meaning you have a flashlight that is charged and at your fingertips when you need it most. Why not keep them plugged in around your home in rooms such as your bedroom, kitchen, hallways, corridors and bathrooms.
This Power Failure Light is a necessity for blackouts, storms, natural disasters and tripped breakers. Protect yourself and your family and invest in peace of mind today.
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So far (3-weeks of use) these are functioning properly and running perfectly cool.
One thing to be careful of with these units is to insure that the retractable power plug prongs are fully extended and locked into place before plugging these light into a socket. If not fully extended and locked in the "out" position, the plug may make poor contact and/or may damage the standby light unit.
Hopefully, these units have decent-quality NiMh cells that can be expected to,last for 3 to 5 years of standby use. It's probably a good idea to test these by unplugging and letting the light discharge the battery at least once a year. If the run-time drops to less then an hour or so, it's time to replace the unit
I have two complaints. First, they are too bright! The LEDs have a clear cover that does not diffuse the light, so the white bare bulbs are too jarring for my taste. I experimented with what I had on hand and ended up covering the main light with foam medical tape.
My other grumble is the red indicator light is, again, way too visually disruptive for me. I covered that with tape too.
I picked the Amertac brand over other power failure lights because I liked their style. I have to admit, though, that my liberal use of foam tape on that probably negates that a bit. I would love it if they had more diffuse covers over the lights in general.
Upon purchasing these two, I now own 5 such lights (not counting one my mom didn't want to give back to me!). We find them awfully handy.
The control switch is easy to use and intuitive. I would absolutely love different brightness options, but y'know.
Also, I don't see myself ever using these as a substitute for actual flashlights, even though they're comfy to hold as such. In flashlight mode, they're temporary flashlights meant to find the real flashlights. As it should be.
It doesn't bother me, but for those of you who like complete darkness when this is not in use - there is a red light that shines when the unit is plugged in and charging/not in use as a light. It is pretty bright. Because it doesn't bother me I did not deduct a star, but for those of you who this would bother you might want to think twice about this model.
During a power failure - the last thing I need to picture is my Dad stumbling around in the dark to find his flashlights... this eliminates that need and I was so impressed - I bought a set for my home...
They switch on automatically when the unit senses power to the outlet has been cut off. You have the option of the front lights to come on or the top light during such an event - either way it's very bright and you will have no problem locating it when it turns on.
At that point you just unplug it and use it like a regular (bright) spot beam flash light or you can switch to the mini-flood light along the length.
For comparison if you are shopping others like this... at the same time I bought the set of 2 of The American Red Cross Blackout Buddy the emergency LED flashlight, blackout alert and nightlight, (ARCBB200W-DBL) for $22.48
These (as a pair) cost $17.98
The American Red Cross Blackout Buddy was not as feature rich and not so impressive so regardless of the "Red Cross" implied endorsement - I would pass on those and stick with these Amerelle lights.