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Monday, March 10, 2008

Emergency Night Light

I am a believer in night lights. Perhaps innate clumsiness feeds that belief but when the kids were little and I jumped up at the slightest nighttime provocation, it was reassuring to be able to see the nefarious hot wheels prior to stepping on them rather than pulling the impalement out of my foot after the fact.

This has led to a long line of plug in nightlights. One of my periodic, paranoid Christmas stocking stuffers is the nightlight that plugs in but doesn’t turn on unless you lose power. Loss of power in the burbs occurs more often than you think. Usually a tree or branch coming down on the line. Anyway my last one died and I found this one on Amazon. Surprisingly enough it is about half the cost of my last one and has a significant warranty. Interestingly enough it is only $8.99 at http://www.buyzillion.com/ and you check out through Amazon. It appears that a $25 order will get free shipping.

Technical Details
3-in-1 (3-way) emergency power failure light provides safety, security and convenience
Light automatically turns on when the power goes out
Plugs into any polarized indoor wall socket; unique receptacle for additional lamp or appliance
Can also be used as night light or rechargeable flashlight
6-year limited warranty

Amazon.com Product Description
The Intermatic three-way emergency power failure light provides safety, security and convenience. This light automatically turns on when the power goes out. It can also be used as a night light or handy rechargeable flashlight. Compatible with any polarized indoor wall socket, the light also features a unique receptacle for plugging in an additional lamp or appliance. It comes with a 6-year limited warranty.

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