Nightlights Battery-Powered Motion-Sensing LED Stick - £4.99 (Prime) £8.98 (Non Prime) @ Sold by aoputek and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Nightlights Battery-Powered Motion-Sensing LED Stick - £4.99 (Prime) £8.98 (Non Prime) @ Sold by aoputek and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 15th Nov
Multipurpose Battery-Powered Motion-Sensing LED Nightlights @4.99


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The twin-pack TeckNet Amazon option at same price offers better value if the different design is acceptable amazon.co.uk/dp/…7Q/

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AndyRoyd38 m ago

The twin-pack TeckNet Amazon option at same price offers better value if …The twin-pack TeckNet Amazon option at same price offers better value if the different design is acceptable https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00YGG837Q/


Really good ones , Only thing is that I think this one has only Auto Mode , and i cant use it when I want light to be always on or off . Design wise I liked both , just depending on space availability in my home , i will prefer smaller lights.

I would recommend this light:

amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1

Bought on a lightening deal and its a brilliant light, fixed to a cupboard under the stairs, works perfectly!

Ordered, looks good

masif122 m ago

I would recommend this …I would recommend this light:https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01I565R2G/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o08_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1Bought on a lightening deal and its a brilliant light, fixed to a cupboard under the stairs, works perfectly!


Do you think these would work just under the lower cupboards in a kitchen? i.e. would my feet moving past them at a low level trigger the motion detector?

Also, how do you recharge them?

JusticeForThe9658 m ago

Do you think these would work just under the lower cupboards in a kitchen? …Do you think these would work just under the lower cupboards in a kitchen? i.e. would my feet moving past them at a low level trigger the motion detector?Also, how do you recharge them?


I think they take batteries

dossdes1 m ago

I think they take batteries


They appear to have a micro USB port, so I was guessing it would just be plug in for a little while?

For clarity, i'm referring to the ones in @masif1 post rather than the OP

JusticeForThe9610 m ago

They appear to have a micro USB port, so I was guessing it would just be …They appear to have a micro USB port, so I was guessing it would just be plug in for a little while?For clarity, i'm referring to the ones in @masif1 post rather than the OP


ah sorry, I thought you meant the OP ones. The ones you are looking at are rechargeable, I have some similar in my kitchen that are charged via mini USB. As its a high traffic area I need to recharge them once a week but I guess in cupboards/wardrobes the drain will be much less.

In answer to your first question about the triggering of them, I find them very sensitive (I have them placed under wall units in the kitchen and going anywhere near them triggers the light. I would assume if you were to place them at the bottom of the wall unit your passing feet would likely trigger them too.
Edited by: "dossdes" 15th Nov

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JusticeForThe961 h, 44 m ago

Do you think these would work just under the lower cupboards in a kitchen? …Do you think these would work just under the lower cupboards in a kitchen? i.e. would my feet moving past them at a low level trigger the motion detector?Also, how do you recharge them?


Don’t you think they will be very bright for that area 😊, my suggestion would be to put something very mild , and may be colourful if u like . I have blue coloured at home , I love them

Thanks OP, heat from me.
Lidl are selling battery powered motion sensor lights this Sunday, £5.99 for one, or £10 for two
More info here
Edited by: "pat-w" 15th Nov

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pat-w7 m ago

Thanks OP, heat from me. Lidl are selling battery powered motion sensor …Thanks OP, heat from me. Lidl are selling battery powered motion sensor lights this Sunday, £5.99 for one, or £10 for twoMore info here


My Pleasure 😊

LemonHoney16 h, 27 m ago

Don’t you think they will be very bright for that area 😊, my suggestion …Don’t you think they will be very bright for that area 😊, my suggestion would be to put something very mild , and may be colourful if u like . I have blue coloured at home , I love them


I wondered if that would be the case actually, haven't pulled the trigger yet, but I just don't fancy paying a ton of money for a spark to come in and fit them! If only I was more handy!

JusticeForThe9615th Nov

Do you think these would work just under the lower cupboards in a kitchen? …Do you think these would work just under the lower cupboards in a kitchen? i.e. would my feet moving past them at a low level trigger the motion detector?Also, how do you recharge them?


Hi, sorry for the late reply, I haven't actually had to re-charge my one yet, but it comes with a usb lead, so you can simple plug it into a phone charger for charging.
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