SnapPower Guidelight is a built in nightlight in the face plate to your electrical outlet.
The SnapPower Guidelight which is a replacement for the standard plug-in night light and the hardwired guide lights found on the market. It installs within seconds and requires no wires or batteries. It is designed to look like and replace the standard electrical outlet cover plate in the home. The Guidelight is equipped with diffused LED lighting to provide beautiful illumination by night and blend into the home by day, while keeping both outlets available for use at all times. For convenience, The SnapPower Guidelight includes a light sensor that automatically turns the LEDs on in the dark and off in the light.
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I needed a nightlight in my hallway badly. SnapPower Guidelight is the answer.
I recently did a review for the company’s SnapPower USB Charger. The SnapPower Guidelight is another product they sell.
It is easy-to-install, sleek, and energy-efficient design safely transforms your outlet coverplate into a convenient night light. It requires no wires or batteries and leaves all outlets free for use!
My apartment is small and only has one little hallway. I’m not a big fan of the dark, I prefer to have a nightlight on. My husband doesn’t mind me having a nightlight but we both agree that they can be unsightly especially since we do not have children in the home.
It is easy to install this guidelight. You just change the electrical outlet face plate. The guidelight has a sensor turns guidelight on/off based on current light conditions. I love that I don’t have to remember to turn the light LED lights cost less than 10¢ per year and last 25+ years.
This would make a great holiday gift for someone that is a fall risk and needs a nightlight at all times.
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