SnapRays Guidelight

Mar 26, 2014

Category: Tech

There are only so many dressers, bed posts, and walls one can smash their feet into before the need for a night light becomes dire. You’ve saved the whales, the manatees, and the princess—now save your toes.

The SnapRays Guidelight is a simple and stylish LED solution for illuminating your hallways, bedroom, or underground medieval torture chamber. It installs within seconds, there are no wires or batteries, and the light sensor turns on automatically at night and off in the daytime. Plus it doesn’t even cost a dime to power one up for the year. The proprietary “Power Extractors” on the back side of the device is what enables it to extract power from the receptacle without having to hardwire, plug into, or even occupy any precious outlet space. Just unscrew the faceplate over your standard electrical outlet and pop the Guidelight in its place. Expect a Thank You card from your big toe within 2-4 weeks. Watch the video below. [Purchase]

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