|Item Weight||2.9 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.9 x 1.2 x 4.8 inches|
|Item model number||36003|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Manufacturer Part Number||DOT-it Black|
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Sylvania DOT-it Self-Adhesive Bright White LED Light, Black
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- Can stick and re-stick practically anywhere
- Small enough to fit in your pocket; sticks to a variety of surfaces, including fabric, leather, plastic, glass and fiberglass
- Feature a wireless, portable design for use at home or on the go
- Lights will last for years
- Lights include 3 replaceable AAA batteries for about 100 hours of bright, white LED light
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As wonderful as these are, they do have their limits...but I think they are pretty minor. For one thing, you have to remove the light from the wall to replace the batteries but it DOES restick (just as the package says it does).
Because of this, I would NOT use this someplace where I needed everyday task lighting. I'd be inclined to get inexpensive rope or under-cabinet lighting for areas that needed lighting for everyday cooking or meal prep.
But it is wonderful in areas that are used infrequently, perhaps once or twice a month. It would also be fine for a dark area of a closet, as long as you turned it on just long enough to get the item you needed and then turned it off. That way, you could limit the number of times you remove the light from the wall and maintain battery life for as long as possible. Think of this as similar to a "pay as you go" phone - something that is convenient when you need it but not something you want to use for hours at a time. We have one near our water heater and our furnace (so we can change the filter without holding a flashlight).Read more ›
One issue that could cause problems: to replace the batteries, you need to remove the light from whatever you've stuck it on, and then remove the 3 Phillips screws on the back. I would have been happier if there were some way to remove the light without unsticking it (like you can do with a smoke alarm). However, the lights use a special "reusable" adhesive from 3M that's supposed to stick over and over. I was skeptical, but I tried sticking it to the wall, removing it, and re-sticking it a half-dozen times, and it seems to stick as well now as it did the first time. Time will tell.
For the low price, I was surprised at the high quality of construction. Sooner or later, I imagine some competitor will come out with a knock-off model for less, but I think it will be difficult for someone to make something of this quality for a lower price.
Now I just need to figure out the best place to stick it...under the hood of my car? In the trunk? In my closet? In that deep cupboard in the kitchen? Too bad they don't sell a multi-pack.
These lights really fit the bill -- they give out just enough light in our kitchen to allow us to root around for flashlights, batteries, candles, matches, etc. I also put one in a dark corner of our garage where I can never see my tools, and I imagine they would work well in closets, storage areas, etc. For the price, they're well made and extremely handy.
One note -- some other reviewers here have noted that their lights didn't work out of the box. There is a little plastic tab (more like a piece of tape) protruding from the bottom of the light that is marked something like 'remove before using.' The tab has to be removed before the light will work; the tab appears to be a mechanism for preventing the lights from getting turned on during shipping and handling, but it's not obvious when you open the case that you have to remove the little tab.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A handy light when your in a low light pinch. While they are a bit pricey for what they are... they do come in handy, and are better than some of the other lights that are similar. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Michael Homan
Installed inside a cabinet, provides alot of light and easy to turn on and off, saving battery light. We'll see how long the batteries last!Published 5 months ago by J. A. Larsen
I applied these to clean new kitchen cabinets about 10 PM. At 2 AM I was awakened by crashes from the kitchen. Two of the three DOT-it lights have failed off. Read morePublished 5 months ago by SuZReader
The lite works great , in the little area that I need. I plan I getting more as I can see other area for them. I love itPublished 5 months ago by Douglas
I like the light however they did not attach well under my counter. Double sided tape did not hold well.Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
Love it! I hope the battery doesn't quickly drain, as I will be using this light up my fountain. So when I use my fountain at night I will have this on. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Rocquael