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Clever Light

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Clever Light is a compact, portable light with four different, interchangeable functions. It can act as an emergency light when the power is off, a motion-activated night light, a portable flashlight, or a night light for a child's room. The light comes with a built-in lithium battery, and when you plug it into an electrical outlet, the battery will automatically begin charging and continue to charge as long as it remains plugged in. When it's plugged into the bottom socket, you'll still be able to use the top socket within your outlet, as the slim design of the Clever Light will prevent the device from blocking it.

The Claim

Clever Light can provide you with much-needed light in many rooms of your house, in a variety of situations. When charged, it'll automatically sense when the power is off, and come on as an emergency light so you'll be able to see. If you need to travel around the house while you lack power, you can simply unplug the charged light and use it as a portable flashlight as you do so. The light will also come in handy in places like the hallway, the kitchen, and the stairs, when you want to head to the bathroom or the fridge in the night without bumping into things.

Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of Clever Light is $14.95 plus $5.95 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Clever Light by paying the extra shipping fee of $5.95 for a total price of $26.85.
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How It Works

As an emergency light, your plugged-in Clever Light will turn on almost immediately when the power goes out, and its four bright LED bulbs will provide enough light for you to safely move around. If you turn this light into a motion-activated night light instead, which you can do with the flip of a switch, it’ll turn on when it senses you approaching, and off as you move away. When it’s being used as a child’s night light, you can set a timer on it to make it turn on at dusk and off at dawn.


  1. Power Outage
  2. Your Clever Light, when its lithium battery has been charged, will provide illumination for hours when the power is out.

  3. Upstairs Hallway
  4. You can use your Clever Light as a motion-activated night light in your upstairs hallway, so it can give people some light as they walk from their bedroom to the bathroom.

  5. Kitchen
  6. As a motion-activated night light, Clever Light will also work well in your kitchen. If you put it near your fridge, it’ll sense when you’re approaching for a midnight snack, and light the way for you.

  7. Stairs
  8. Clever Light is helpful on any set of stairs, as a motion-activated night light, since it will reduce the risk that anyone climbing the stairs will miss a step and fall.

  9. Doorway
  10. If you or members of your household come in late at night when everyone else is sleeping, or you live alone, your Clever Light can offer you some light as you step in your doorway.


  • Flashlights
  • Standard flashlights can offer you light when the power is out, but if the outage is unexpected and the batteries are dead, you’ll be out of luck. Plus, you’ll need to hang onto a flashlight, while you can leave your Clever Light plugged in and untouched if you stay in one room.

  • Candles
  • Some people use candles during a power outage, or when they need to travel through a dark house at night, but the flames from the candles can be dangerous and cause unwanted fires.

  • Standard Night Lights
  • Standard night lights are useful, but motion-activated night lights with timers are more efficient to use, as they’ll only provide you with light exactly when you need it. Therefore, you’ll save energy.

Positive Points

  • Built in Battery
  • The lithium battery that’s built into the Clever Light will recharge again and again, so you won’t have to get and install new batteries frequently, as you would with some lights.

  • Fits in Pocket or Purse
  • The Clever Light will fit into your pocket or purse, or the glove compartment of your car, so you’ll be able to take it with you when you go anywhere. It’ll come in handy on vacation, on the road, or even at work if there’s an emergency.

Negative Points

  • Charging Uses Electricity
  • Since you need to plug your Clever Light into an electrical outlet to charge it, if you charge it continuously or even frequently, this may use up a lot of energy.

Critical Advice

If you’re using the Clever Light as a night light in a child’s room, plug it into the top socket if there’s nothing plugged into the bottom one. That way, both will be covered and your child won’t be tempted to put their fingers in the bottom socket.


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Chris - (Durham, NC)
Reviewed on: 10 Sep 2015
I Regret Buying it!


I placed an order for these lights back in January of 2015. It is now September 2015 and I received no lights and no refund.

They stole my $30 and vanished.

Reminds me of the movie Boiler Room.

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Tom Schrandt - (Lakewood, OH)
Reviewed on: 25 Aug 2015
I Regret Buying it!

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Placed order for lights earlier this year, and have heard nothing and have not received my lights. Cust. Service number is now with another company.

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Donna Teeter - (Grapevine, TX)
Reviewed on: 23 Mar 2015
I Regret Buying it!

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I ordered on 1 / 28 and it is now 3 / 23, I called customer service last week and said items were on back order. Got an email a few days later stating order was cancelled. Called back and they can not find my order! I would like to know what kind of scam they all are running!

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Susan Marty - (Stockton, CA)
Posted: 28 May 2015
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I ordered these months ago and even got ( weeks later than I anticipated ) an email stating my order was complete. I had / have never received these lights. There was a 877 phone number and I just called. It was a Canadian number / company that said they don't sell this product?

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