TRiLIGHT Motion Activated Garage Light

Oct 4, 2016

Category: Tech

While most people keep a good deal of their favorite possessions out in their garage – like cars, bikes, tools, outdoor equipment, etc. – we’ve never quite figured out why that space is so poorly illuminated. Nearly every home garage is lit up by a single crappy lightbulb in the only ceiling mounted socket. And it isn’t exactly easy or a small project to try and wire in some more. And that’s a sentiment that the folks at Striker Concepts – an innovative lighting manufacturing firm – heartily agrees with. So they decided to do something about it and created the TRiLIGHT.

Utilizing that single socket in your garage, attic, basement, etc. this handy screw-in device – which has a lifespan of 50,000 operational hours, can kick the illumination up by 3.8 times your standard 60 watt bulb. And, since it uses an LED system, the TRiLIGHT is far more energy efficient and environmentally friendly. This 3,000 lumen-outputting light comes with motion activation that can be toggled off as you so choose, and each of the TRiLIGHT’s three “arms” are individually positionable so you can aim that light exactly where you want it. Once the Kickstarter is over, the TRiLIGHT will retail for $130. [Purchase]

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