I See It
I See It is an LED light that enables you to see all the buttons on your remote control clearly, even while you're sitting in the dark. The device will attach to almost any remote control, regardless of the brand or whether it is used to operate a television, DVD player, or CD player. Since it's been designed specifically for remote controls, it won't block the infrared beams that emanate from them and enable you to change channels or perform other functions. Each LED light has peel and stick backing, which makes it easy to attach to any remote, and you can detach this backing without damaging your remotes, too.
When you attach the I See It light to your remote control, you'll no longer have to guess at which buttons to push in the dark. You also won't need to annoy others in the room by turning on a bright lamp. Instead, once you press the power button, this LED light will illuminate the buttons on your remote control, making them even clearer to see than those on a backlit remote. If you don't need to use the light in the daytime, you can just keep it flipped back against the back of your remote, and unfold it again when you need some extra light.
Total Cost Breakdown
The cost of I See It is $10.00 plus $7.95 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second I See It by paying the extra shipping fee of $5.95 for a total price of $23.9.
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How It Works
Once you attach your I See It light to the back of your remote via the peel and stick backing, you’ll need to unfold it and bring it up so it’s extended over the remote’s front. Following that, you’ll just need to press the power button and the small but powerful light will illuminate all of your remote’s buttons, so you can accurately identify which is which. When you’re done using the device, you’ll need to use the power button again to turn it off, and then you can simply fold it against the back of your remote.
- Television in Bed
- Outdoor Movies
If you want to keep the television or CD player on as you go to sleep, or use it while your partner is sleeping, just use the I See It light to see the remote. When you do so, you won’t need to keep a lamp on, nor will you run the risk of pressing the wrong buttons.
It’s fun to watch movies in the dark at sleepovers, but if you want to be able to operate your DVD player properly, you’ll need a bit of light to do so. That’s where your I See It light will come in handy, as it will provide just enough light without taking away from the vibe created by darkness.
When you watch movies outdoors in the dark, such as at a campground or special event, it’s often difficult to see the remote control due to the lack of natural light. Fortunately, if you don’t want to use big spotlights or hang onto a flashlight, the Isee It light will light your remote up enough for you to use it accurately.
- Reduces Frustration
- Works With Variety of Remotes
- Won’t Damage Remote
By using the I See It light, you’ll reduce your frustration level as you use any remote control, as you won’t be constantly pressing the wrong buttons and consequently making the remote do the wrong things. Therefore, you’ll have a more positive experience as you listen to a CD or watch a television program or movie.
This LED light is compatible with most brands and types of remotes for televisions, CD players, and DVD players. Hence, you can get one for all or nearly all of the remotes within your house if you choose. You can also transfer the same light between remotes, as these lights are easily detachable.
If and when you remove your I See It light from the back of a remote control, it won’t pull any paint or plastic off the remote, or otherwise damage it.
When you’re not using it, due to its foldable nature, the Isee It light won’t take up a lot of space.
- Could Lose Stickiness
The peel and stick backing on the I See It light could potentially lose its stickiness over time, and then the light may start slipping off your remote on a regular basis.
Using the I See It light means that you won’t need to turn on larger lamps or overhead lights in order to see your remote control in the dark. This means that the amount of electricity you use will likely decrease.