CSHID-US LED Closet Light, 3 Pack
Last updated date: January 24, 2020
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In our analysis of 9 expert reviews, the CSHID-US CSHID-US LED Closet Light, 3 Pack placed 7th when we looked at the top 7 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
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From The Manufacturer
Each light bar comes with 24 LED (150LM), provides enough lights to illuminate dark places. Not only suitable for small areas, but also large place. Not only works in Dark condition, but also Daytime. Auto-on when detected human motion within 10ft , 120°and Auto-off after 20s if no motion detected. Built-in magnet on the back of light, free adsorb on any ironwork surface; Stick to anywhere you want with included 3M Adhesive Magnetic Strip. 「Multi Modes Option - MODE 1: Night Mode (BLUE indicator light flash 1 sec); MODE 2: Day Mode (RED indicator light flash 1 sec ), MODE 3: Always ON (BLUE & RED lights flicker at the same time). Ideal for the bedroom wardrobe closet cabinet workshop kitchen cupboards bookcase shed garage hallway kitchen sink stairway laundry drawers steps etc. If you encountered any problems with the product, Please send message to us. We will at your service till the problem 100% solved.
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An Overview On Indoor String Lights
If you want to draw attention to an area, nothing can do the job like a string of lights. You’re probably most familiar with them during the holiday season, when they’re used to decorate indoor trees, railings and mantels.
But string lights aren’t just for decking the halls. You’ll also see them at weddings and parties, whether outdoors or indoors. Some people use them to jazz up their patios or balconies year-round, while others have them inside their homes. In fact, some string lights come with photo clips that can be used to display your favorite pictures.
As you’re looking around for string lights, though, it’s important to keep safety in mind. If your lights fall and break, you could end up with a risky situation. The wrong lights can also be a fire hazard, so make sure you pay close attention to safety ratings. It also can’t hurt to turn the lights off when you aren’t around to keep an eye on them.
If you’re using your lights outdoors, make sure you choose a string that can withstand exposure to water. Not only will the lights themselves need to be waterproof to hold up in rain, snow, sleet and ice, but the battery pack or power cord will also need to have waterproofing.
DYWM Fun Fact
The first string of lights had little to do with decoration. In fact, they were designed in an effort to win a contract. Thomas Edison invented the first incandescent lighting by stringing up carbon filament lamps in 1879. His goal was to win the bid to provide power to all of Manhattan. In 1882, Edward H. Johnson, president of Electric Light Company, owned by Edison, used Edison’s lights on a Christmas tree and the tradition of stringing lights on trees during the holiday season was born. A small Detroit newspaper covered the innovation and soon the idea caught on. Although he was using Edison’s lights, Johnson became known as “father of the electric Christmas tree.”
The Indoor String Lights Buying Guide
- Safety is a top priority with anything electric. LED lights are the best choice for safety reasons. The bulbs are typically plastic, which means they won’t shatter if dropped. LED lights also last longer, burn brighter and use less energy.
- Consider the function of the lights you’re choosing. If you’re simply looking for a set of lights to add a little ambiance, you’ll probably find that you won’t need something particularly bright. However, if you need functionality in addition to attractiveness, check how much light your chosen set puts out.
- You aren’t limited to bulbs. Some string lights are in the shape of decorations like stars to add even more pizzazz to your décor.
- You’ll find with some lights, you get a gentle buzzing sound when they’re on.
- Whether your lights have a safety rating or not, consider shutting them off when you’re away. It’s best to ensure your lights remain supervised at all times.
- You should also refrain from using lights with exposed wires or broken bulbs.
- You aren’t limited to the brightness feature built into your string lights. Some come with remotes that allow you to dim your lights to create the exact mood you want.
- String lights also often come with multiple modes. With these lights, you can choose between modes like flashing, steady or multicolor.