Ever Brite is a wireless, solar powered light which turns on at night, with a built in motion sensor to increase and decrease the light based on your approach and departure. The company claims to detect movement up to 12 feet away. They have construction grade adhesive which claims to mount in seconds to any exterior material including shingles, siding, and doors. There are also claims that these lights can be useful lighting up steps, above doors, in garages, on sheds, and virtually any other surface. In addition to their waterproof construction, consumers get LED bulbs which last a lifetime.
Total Cost Breakdown
- No Tools
Solar powered lights without tools or wires.
- Long Lifespan
Solar panels that last an average of 5 years.
- Led Bulbs
LED bulbs which last for up to 100,000 hours.
- Motion Activated
Motion activated lights which turn on when consumers are near.
- Peel and Stick
Peel and stick installation which makes it simple to integrate anywhere on your property.
- Easy Installation
The lights are simple to install.
There are no wires, so they can be put virtually anywhere without issue and will not cause electricity issues in inclement weather.
- Dimmer Abilities
The lights get brighter when they detect motion, which is a unique facet not offered by other LED lights.
- Light Pattern
The light pattern itself is quite thin and the length of the light provided is short, so it works well for patios, porches, and walkways, but not for long driveways like traditional floodlights can do.
These lights cost around thirteen dollars for one set, plus seven dollars for shipping. The company has the standard “second unit for free” offer but you still have to pay shipping. Due to the fact that the order is made online, there is a web service fee for the transactions which adds one dollar to each order. Comparatively, other online retailers selling the same products only charge about thirteen dollars.
- Can't go Anywhere
The company claims that the lights can be stuck on anywhere, but again, taking into consideration the fact that the LED batteries need a minimum 9 hours of sun per day, this is inaccurate. Sticking the lights above a doorway where there is a lot of shadow during the day, or under a tilted roof where the same issue occurs will result in poor lighting at night.
- Not Bright Enough
They actually need 9 hours of sunlight to fully charge adequately enough to dim and increase with motion and to produce steady light from dusk until dawn, which is not advertised. This has resulted in many dissatisfied customers whose geographic location does not afford a minimum 9 full hours of sunlight. These consumers are left with dim lights that are insufficient. That said, the majority of the complaints about the product are from people who saw a great deal of flexibility in terms of the light provided. Often they are complaining that they stopped working after a short period of time or were insufficiently bright. Again, this is a result of the location and the amount of sunlight.
- Don't Last Long
Customers have complained quite a bit that these lights all stop working after a few weeks. There is no way to tell if the failure on behalf of the lights is related to the lack of sunlight in that area. Nor is there any way to tell if it really is a product failure. So, consumers should probably only purchase these lights if they live in an open desert area with lots of sun.
How to Use (Step by Step)
Peel off the adhesive panel from the back of the light and stick the lights to whatever surface you choose.
Wait patiently during the day as the LED lights charge with the sun.
Watch as the lights provide light from dusk until dawn, where ever you put them.
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Everbrite Used on Patio
Bought 2 as seen on tv. Mounted on open patio and enjoyed how well they worked but didn't last but about4 months. When they were working well I purchased another from pch. This unit didn't work at all. So expected it to work as well as the first 2 units did when new.
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