|Part Number||UPN - 133484|
|Item Weight||8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||15 x 12 x 1.6 inches|
|Item model number||ENLPPAT3|
|Size||Set of 3|
|Item Package Quantity||3|
|Type of Bulb||LED bulbs, never need replacing|
|Plug Format||A- US style|
Energizer ENLPLPAT2 Design Automatic Path Light
|Price:||$9.75 ($3.25 / light) + $8.50 shipping|
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- Contemporary Design - Stylish And Functional
- Helps Provide Security And Safety For Your Home
- Great For Kitchens, Hallways, Bathrooms, Stairs, And More!
- LED Uses Low Amounts Of Energy - Never Burns Out
- Auto On/Off Sensor Turns On When Dark
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|Item Package Weight||0.5 pounds||0.3 pounds||0.2 pounds||1.1 pounds|
|Light Source||LED bulbs, never need replacing||LED||LED||LED|
|Material||Plastic||Information not provided||Plastic||PVC|
|Power Source||corded-electric||LED 110v||corded-electric||Battery-Powered|
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Top Customer Reviews
I used the third in the ceiling outlet next to my garage door opener and it's bright enough to navigate the garage with no other lights on.
-Very Bright. Ideal for pathway lighting.
-Light is directed down which keeps it out of your eyes.
-Too bright for many applications. (Way too bright for an adult to sleep next to)
-Light sometimes stays on even when there is plenty of ambient light.
-They stick out kind of far from the wall.
Regarding power consumption, the package doesn't specify, so to determine the wattage I used a Kill A Watt meter. (Great device: P3 International P4400 Kill A Watt Electricity Usage Monitor) The LED nightlight registers 0.0 on the Kill A Watt meter, which is usually quite accurate. I'd assume it consumes well less than one watt, possibly less than a tenth of a watt. I did find a site that listed power consumption for the Path Light at .42 watts, so the Kill A Watt could be inaccurate measuring such a small power draw.
These use a single LED emitter, which is characteristic of newer LED technology. The output is quite impressive considering the power consumption. It has a slightly blueish color--approaching daylight. I'd guess it was in the 5000° kelvin color temperature range. Other reviews seem to refer to another Energizer product with a warm light. The "Path Lights" are definitely a cooler color, but pleasant enough.
I bought a three pack of these on a whim for ten bucks at Sam's. I liked them so much, I went back to buy a couple more packs, but, as is typical at Sam's, they were no longer available. I assumed they were being discontinued, so I reluctantly paid $20 for one addition 3-pack from Amazon.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've tried countless nightlights and these, by far, are the best and hassle free I've ever had I bought a set of 3, 4 years ago and this is the first time I had one quit working . Read morePublished 17 days ago by MrPeabody
Stylishly steel grey and modern looking, these small lights give out tremendous light, directed downwards (or upwards if you prefer). I bought one for every room!Published 7 months ago by Woody
Have not found an LED night light that beats these guys. Which is why I suspect they are not made anymore. They were too good. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Kortoga
ULTRA Bright! Really nice design, too. I think I am up to owning 15 of these now!Published 17 months ago by Douglas Bielanski